Christian Lindquist | Solo Piano Diary III

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Solo Piano Diary III

by Christian Lindquist

Soft and Beautiful Solo Piano for Meditation, Relax and Chillout. Improvised and recorded on spot in a diary form. The calm melodies is the artists own spiritual recovery. "I play because I need it - it calms my ocean..."
Genre: New Age: Relaxation
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  Song Share Time Download
1. 2012-Nov-10 Coming Back
2:36 $0.99
2. 2012-Nov-12 Still Here
1:35 $0.99
3. 2012-Nov-18 I Need to Sleep
2:15 $0.99
4. 2012-Nov-20 You Are Safe
2:36 $0.99
5. 2012-Nov-22 I Am Ok
2:17 $0.99
6. 2012-Nov-24 No Clue
2:45 $0.99
7. 2012-Nov-25 My Gospel
2:16 $0.99
8. 2012-Nov-25 Reach Out
2:15 $0.99
9. 2012-Nov-28 Be There
3:08 $0.99
10. 2013-Feb-07 My Child
2:27 $0.99
11. 2013-Feb-28 a Good Day
2:56 $0.99
12. 2013-Mar-02 at Home
2:50 $0.99
13. 2013-Mar-13 Spring
2:38 $0.99
14. 2013-Mar-16 so Happy
3:06 $0.99
15. 2013-Mar-18 Vaermland
2:48 $0.99
16. 2013-Mar-20 Always
3:23 $0.99
17. 2013-Mar-21 Slow Down
3:37 $0.99
18. 2013-Mar-22 Fly Away
2:23 $0.99
19. 2013-Mar-24 Psalm
3:03 $0.99
20. 2013-Mar-24 Walk with Me
3:19 $0.99
21. 2013-Mar-25 Farewell
1:43 $0.99
22. 2013-Mar-26 I Am Free
2:36 $0.99
23. 2013-Mar-28 My Island
2:33 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
I play piano to get rid of my stress. It makes me feel good and I can also get in touch with my spirit. Playing piano is my way to recovery. My personal healing process. “Solo Piano Diary” is about my feelings, mood and my hunger for expression. Playing in a diary form is a quest for honesty, where suddenly the tone that was insipid yesterday is inspired today. The piano diary has become a way for me to verify my soul and to whittle truth out of my heart. The melodies are therefore a profound mix of pain and of peace. //Christian

Short comments from the audience:
罗丹 said:
Soft,comfortable.They are fit for lazy afternoon,a cup of coffee or tea,and with book.I love this scene.

david williams said:
hey this music is fantastic im truely a fan =)

Deborah said:
Your music is very lovely. Thank you!!!

Sai said:
i have no doubt in saying this is a God's gift through you. blessed!

Ahmad Balkiss said:
With no other words do describe this, I would say its purely gorgeous...

Coco said:
Merci pour ces moments de douceurs et de sérénité.

Praha K.S. said:
These tracks are soulful! Amazingly quiet but remains louder in mind. Nice work!

muneunju said:
Hi christian lindquist! your music is a very safe and comfortable to me Thank you

Aziz Firat Hanedan said:
Thank you for sharing your lovely solo piano work. I can see the nature of your heart through your melodies. That's this good :) Cheers

Katie said:
Thanks for such calming music. I always listen to it when doing homework. It just helps me relax. Never get tired of such wonderful, peaceful, soothing music. God bless you.

Ed KIssel said:
I find your beautiful music calming and restful! So hard to find quiet soft music to soothe the spirit. Thank you for the privilege of listening to your gift of music. What a blessing!

Surfer said:
Hi, I would like to say thank you, I love your music and the way you perform. Calm and smooth with a great tone!

Thomas said:
Thank you for sharing. It is quiet and peaceful, but not in any case boring. Even after many listenings. /T

J.M said:
Christian, what a wonderful place to stay, be and just listen. Peaceful, I walk to your music in my iPod. Keeps me warm. warm wishes /J

Mario Persona said:
I keep listening and never get tired. Amazing.

Mae Bowes said:
Thank you for this soft,relaxing, beautiful music.. It is such a comfort and blessing.



to write a review

Emerson Lemos

Amazing songs
I have no words to express how beautiful these melodies are, it makes me imagine so many good things, thank you so much for sharing your feelings with us Christian Lindquist.

Kathy Parsons

From MainlyPiano
"Solo Piano Diary 3" is the third volume in a series of solo piano improvisations by Swedish pianist/composer Christian Lindquist. The first two "Diaries" were released in 2008 and 2010, and, like those two gems, the twenty-three tracks on #3 appear in chronological order, starting on 11/10/12 and ending with 3/28/13. The other two albums’ tracks were titled only with the dates they were conceived, but this one actually has song titles. The series was created as a means for Lindquist to seek truth from his own heart as well as an outlet for self-expression, and these wonderful pieces are in their purest and most sincere form, unedited and in the moment. Strong classical influences can be heard as well as jazz, new age, and even a little gospel. The moods are consistent enough to provide a subtle backdrop for other quiet activities, but I highly recommend giving this album your full attention at least a few times, as it’s too beautiful to not savor in its entirety. I will reuse my own quote from the previous two "Diary" reviews and re-state that “This is music to get lost in, hoping never to be found again!” as it is just as fitting for this collection.

There are too many tracks to mention each one, but I have to say that there is no filler or fluff and all of the pieces are reflective and spare. The beginning piece, dated 11/10/12 and titled “Coming Back,” is a lovely intro, setting a quiet, peaceful tone for the album. “I Need to Sleep” has the feeling of late-night musings at the piano - minimal and soft-spoken. As would be expected from the title, “My Gospel” has a very hymn-like style which is mostly quiet with a few gospel phrases in the middle that present a pleasant surprise. “Be There” is subtle and very graceful with lots of open space, giving the music plenty of breathing room. “So Happy” conveys a deep sense of contentment rather than a giddy joy. “Always” expresses a tender passion that makes it a favorite. “Walk With Me” is warm and peaceful while “Farewell” is more conversational and bittersweet. “My Island” closes the album with a soft-spoken tribute to a special place.

If you are new to Christian Lindquist’s "Solo Piano Diary" series, this is a great place to start for soothing, relaxing piano music with substance. If you have the first two in the series, "#3" is a perfect finish to the set.
Very highly recommended!