• ccp ccp says:


  • Logan says:

    Kyle could you do a arrangement of Pavane for a dead princess?

  • Lina Vanilla says:

    This is unbelievable!!

  • Milan Murray says:

    … now do it with your feet xD

  • kairinaminemix says:

    you know your musically gifted when you can make music without even having to hear the notes… lol first example, Beethoven

  • Hans Johansson says:


  • Levi James says:

    kylelandry which of your compositions do you suggest learning for an intermediate level pianist?

  • Zuqini says:

    Do you hear how the music notes sound mentally while you play? Is it more of a technical theory to find notes that match well? Or is it a bit of both? It sounds very nice.

  • leaf says:

    Hi Kyle, I know you'll probably never see this comment, but I'd like to tell you that your talent and success has really inspired me to follow my passion and pursue a career in music. I wish you the best & never stop doing what you're doing!

  • MyReminiscence says:

    Holy crap, this is literally called "Becoming one with your piano"
    When you're so good at piano that you can actually hear what you are playing without literally hearing it
    Awesome Kyle~

  • Monika Piotrowska says:

    Kyle have you got music sheet for this piece? It's so beautiful and moving!

  • Justas FBL says:

    okay then… Phenomenal.

  • Jeremy Steimel says:

    This had an interesting effect on your timing. The first minute had an almost Chopin-like feel to it, I really enjoyed this.

    Unrelated — having gotten my hands on the Assassin's Creed Syndicate soundtrack today (legitimately), I have to say I'm looking forward to seeing you come up with a piano rendition of Top Hats and Sword Canes. 😉

  • Trevor Hatley says:

    This man is a savant. There is no other way to put it. He is spectacular. This level of skill is not something that just anyone can acquire through years of practice. This is special.

  • DefCat says:


  • Penny Write says:

    Beethoven Style. 🙂 Awesome Job!

  • xXTurtleLordXx says:

    I can tell you have been playing piano for a very long time

  • Miguel090497 says:

    The last notes… remind me Tocata and Fugue in D minor…

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  • iluvsoqr92 says:

    Wow, you are so talented! 😀

  • Sarah Kim says:


  • draunt7 says:

    was that kennen?

  • Sebastian Nielsen says:

    When is he usually streaming, i always seems to kind of miss it >_<

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  • Rober quintero aguilar says:

    genial , muy emocional

  • PurplePianoist88 says:

    The beginning and end are hauntingly beautiful! I agree, the middle sound like the rest of the songs you do, but that's how we know it's a Kyle Landry exclusive! Every artist has a sound. Kyle's allowed to have his sound.

  • JeAl8a says:

    as long as you know your music theory you don't need to listen to what you play to make beautiful compositions

  • Ciq - Gameplay, Anime and Piano! says:

    Blindfolded and without hearing… Dang… Simply amazing! I just love everything you play! Props <3

  • kyim says:

    Seriously, you are incredibly talented and this is amazing. (PS your music is great to study to during my midterms! So thanks for helping me not fail lol)

  • Shirosen says:

    Kyle goes Beethoven!

  • Joloxi says:

    I was playing this music in bed with my dog and he started crying… He must love your music a lot BibleThump

  • Jeremy Ng says:

    Oh wow, I love this. And what do you mean by 'Composing Without Hearing'? You played this with the volume at zero???

  • simmme says:

    So basically if you would go down the same road as Beethoven (God forbid!) you would still be able to compose and entertain your audience. 🙂

  • wrestler135var says:

    I hope this isn't taken the wrong way, but I think small snippets from this vid are some of your best posted works for the simple fact that some parts were controlled, had more depth than the typical variation on arpeggios and jumps, and had more focus on the structural make up behind the harmonies and shapes. The musical shapes were much more thought out. Specifically 00:00 – 00:59. Once it got to the more open arpeggios my ears kinda shut off and went to "typical Kyle" mode. I would have much rather liked hearing 00:39 (the portion where you added the polyphony for a few seconds) be expanded upon much more, and I feel as if these parts existed because you couldn't hear yourself. You had to have much more controlled and identifiable passages since you could only use theory knowledge to help rather than piano technical ability. This shows that, to me, your ability of comp. is greater than what your normal vids show, and I'd loooove to hear more without the obligatory tech. Just opinion

  • Ozgun Guney says:

    intro reminds me chopin

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