One happiness for today: I finally worked all the way through Ondine, from beginning to end, for the first time.  Man, there are a lot of notes in that piece.  The biggest difficulty for me were the two measures where every half beat changes from 7 against 5 to 6 against 7 to 5 against 6, and so forth, with complicated arpeggiations of different chords, also at every half beat.  Drives me CRAZY!  I'm a terrible sight-reader to begin with, which only added to my frustration.

But, after a long while, I can finally do it!!  Every time I hear this piece, or play any part of it, I feel so privileged to be experiencing it.  What a masterpiece!

I haven't done this for a while, but I'm gonna put two improvs today.  These were the only two I did, but there's something about each of them that I really like.  I hope I can start expanding my language, though... if not today, maybe tomorrow.

Here we go, Day 141: https://ia600804.us.archive.org/2/items/Improv1212/1_2_126_27Pm.mp3
and Day 141, Part 2: https://ia700808.us.archive.org/34/items/Improv21212/1_2_126_33Pm.mp3