Music for mindfulness has become very popular among both those who play the music and those who listen. The style is characterized by its ”flowing” quality, inviting the mind to drift freely or, conversely, to concentrate inwardly and be present in the moment. Explore what the pieces in Mindful Piano do for you. Play them yourself or listen to the playlist of the same name on Spotify and other streaming services.
You can find more piano compositions by Lars Tidholm in Mindful Piano del 2. The music in both parts is of the same level of difficulty.
If you have played ”mindful piano music” before, you have probably already discovered that the music invites the mind to either ”drift freely” or, on the other hand, stay present in the moment. Play pieces from the booklet for yourself or for an audience and explore what the music does for you and and your listeners. A playlist with the same name as the booklets is available on streaming services such as Spotify.
You can find more of Lars’ compositions, at the same level of difficulty, in Mindful Piano del 1.