75 episodes

This podcast started in the Summer of '22 really as a way to encourage me to play through my old compositions and keep me sharp for when I perform live.
The focus of these shows has sort of shifted as I started to get feedback and seeing that people are actually listening to them and connecting with them. Now I'm taking my time a little more with each episode and focusing more on the quality of the content in hopes that we can grow something special here.
If you enjoy Piano + Sounds as much as I do in creating them, please consider supporting me in this endeavor!
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Piano + Sounds Elijah Bossenbroek

    • Music
    • 4.9 • 33 Ratings

This podcast started in the Summer of '22 really as a way to encourage me to play through my old compositions and keep me sharp for when I perform live.
The focus of these shows has sort of shifted as I started to get feedback and seeing that people are actually listening to them and connecting with them. Now I'm taking my time a little more with each episode and focusing more on the quality of the content in hopes that we can grow something special here.
If you enjoy Piano + Sounds as much as I do in creating them, please consider supporting me in this endeavor!
https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=2GT3ENXZGNVYJ

    Last Nights Ditties

    Last Nights Ditties

    I went and jammed out with Monster Planet again this weekend and we recorded 3 hours of material that I was super excited to sift through and play around with this week, only to find out that none of my audio actually got recorded. So instead of another wonderfully weird Monster Planet session, you get me and my lonely piano.

    • 19 min
    Goodnight

    Goodnight

    I was feeling in a dreamy mood today and brought out the felted piano.

    • 19 min
    Space Guitar

    Space Guitar

    A spaced out guitar patch drenched in reverb. This starts with the second recording of a lovely little tune I just stared working out. Then drifts into "Choose Your Own Adventure". Those were literally the only type of books I would read as a kid. I end this with "Please" a song I wrote for a girl in high school who passed away last year. This song has taken on a different and more powerful tone since.

    • 11 min
    When Something Lovely Happens

    When Something Lovely Happens

    I'm starting this one with one of my favorites to perform, "When Something Lovely Happens". The second song is a new one that I came up with last night. I just think this whole 19 minutes is really good! There are an awful lot of frequencies bouncing around so it's best to listen to this with speakers or headphones that can handle it. Please, if you're able to support these do so here: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=PVQQXB9N5CCMS

    • 18 min
    Simple

    Simple

    I've been trying all morning to add some strings or pads to this recording but the more I listen to it, I think it's best just left alone.

    • 22 min
    Some Good Moments

    Some Good Moments

    It starts a bit timid and at times it meanders but hey at least it's free.

    • 33 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

Klangurteil ,

Elijah enriches lives – great Podcast! Thank you.

Discovered the Podcast and feel enriched. Elijah virtuously plays: it feels really like “play”. Nothing is forced. A Song of Simplicity must be among the most beautiful, emotion-evoking pieces I have ever heard in my life.

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I am in love

The ways your sound vibrates and grows is difficult to accomplish on a piano because of the basic force typically applied to the keys. You have talent and the world needs to hear it because there is no comparison.

Idiam ,

An amazing Musician

Inspired compositions. Inspired playing. A truly unique sound.

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