Relaxed | Piano Instrumental Interlude [Episode 172, August 2, 2019]

“Relaxed” – A Soothing Piano Instrumental for Relaxation, Mediation, and Prayer

Today’s interlude is called “Relaxed”. Let’s be honest. When you produce two compositions per week, it’s tough to come up with names! Many times I have an idea for the title as I’m playing. Often, the title is inspired by a Scripture or something that I’ve sensed in my personal quiet times of prayer. As I listened to today’s interlude, I just felt refreshed and relaxed.

This interlude has a bit more of a jazzy feel – not in speed but in the chord changes. It’s relaxed and enjoyable.

May times of refreshing pour over you as you listen today.

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