Some of my best times are the nights spent alone at the piano. The silence of the night gives light to my vision of music. But I am never really alone and it is never completely silent. During those times, I am filled with the sounds of the great composers and pianists who have influenced me, and those who have tutored me. Tomaso Albinoni is one of these influences and predecessors. In Adagio, I am visited by his ghost and I present an improvisation based on a fragment of Sonata a tre in G minor, a work Albinoni was unable to complete.