A Day With You is one of my top favorites of David's slower pieces. I have performed it for many people and they always come up to me after my concerts and ask what the name of this piece is. Where words fail , music speaks and this piece has touched the souls of so many people. Its an absolute must have when shopping for slower pieces of his to add to your collection.
This piece is pristine. Gives me images of walking along a creek in the Swiss Alps.
This is one of David's more easily manageable pieces - especially if, like me, you're self-taught. This is a piece I will play if I'm visiting a stately home on holiday in the UK and they have a grand piano that you're allowed to play. It always attracts attention and everyone comments on how wonderful a piece it is. So, take that as proof that this piece can bring a crowd even if you're a self-taught amateur who can't sight-read grade 1. Just work you're way through the piece and ensure your fingerings allow you to play "Beautifully and comfortably" = and you'll never look back. I'm going to put some money aside to buy Diversion in D at some point, as I think it's going to be a good challenge, but I'll probably play some of it slower that David.