I kind of liked the sound of these three sketches clumped together into a suite so I did just that. The musical integrity (especially of the 2nd movement) isn't as necessarily as high as I would have liked before a copyright, but I was just too excited to not. I hope you all like it.
I hear this one as more somber than the ensemble version... perhaps that's just conditioning, but this is darker to me rather than lush. Some of the vertical chords in this one compared to the other are a lot harsher and get things "over with" relatively quickly. That doesn't make it worse necessarily, it just feels more rushed than the ensemble version... probably because of the very sudden-attack timbre of the instrument. Most of the musical ideas in this one carry from my other review.
I've heard the piano solo version before. It's different. What they have in common is that nostalgic feeling. I see this theme (in both versions) as a track for a film, for example. You know in the movies the music is presented in different forms. Nice.
It's emotive and sweet. I don't see a clear structure in the piece, as it is always moving forward. Perhaps it was your intention, but I believe that, even in short pieces, a structure is good. If you plan it, you can do many more things with the same material.