Entire album at A=450hz
Solo banjo
Begins on A, ends on A.

Max's thoughts on this piece:
I wrote this tune for our next-door neighbors, the Fiori family, on the day they moved away. It was bittersweet because they had been wonderful neighbors and friends. They were originally from Italy, and for a long time I thought their name meant fire, but I later learned it means flowers. In September of 2020, they left Chicago for someplace sunnier and warmer. I couldn’t blame them, but we knew we would miss them. The tune itself is written with a ragtime sensibility. Scott Joplin was an early influence for me, and I think his style rubbed off on me in some ways. It’s one of the more upbeat tunes on the album but still has melancholic harmonies and melodies.