This is a video of me performing the piano piece "My Aivazovsky" that I composed. The piece was inspired by movement of waves. Aivazovsky (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivan_Aivazovsky) is one of my favorite painters, who is widely considered as one of the greatest sescape painters of all times.
One of the interesting parts about this piece is that it is played and should be played with sustain pedal on from the beginning of the piece until the end to reach the desired effects. From Wikipedia, "When pressed, the sustain pedal "sustains" all the damped strings on the piano by moving all the dampers away from the strings and allowing them to vibrate freely. All notes played will continue to sound until the pedal is released." The soundscape of the piece is such that the notes played in the piece do not create the "muddy", dissonant effect with the sustain pedal on, but rather create an unusual sound spectrum.