A Saturday in February: a prayer revisited

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In 2005 I wrote a piano piece titled “Saturday in March". My understanding at the time about that piece is that it was the type of music that could be played both at weddings and funerals. Unbeknownst to me, it was a prayer, and one that I see that God was working to answer. [In that season I had my first encounter with Christ in the sense that I could have a relationship with Him and that’s all that was necessary for salvation.] Even though many seasons have come and gone with that prayer remaining unanswered, the message in that piece (whatever it was) still resonated with me for a long time.

By the time I recorded this track (February 2012), the winds had changed from the season that this album chronicles. Titled as such, it is an improvisation on the piece I wrote in 2005, a searching, yearning, hoping to re-find what it was that seemed to work long ago. One thing I’ve learned since then is, life moves on whether or not you do.

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from Cairns, released January 8, 2016

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