This album was a set of delightful, buoyant, and engaging solo piano pieces. They were relaxing and could definitely be used as lullabies. I thought they were sweet and endearing with no complicated layers or overwhelming melodies. These sublime, harmonious tunes are quite an enjoyable listen.

9.5/10

Very beautiful albom this one. I enjoyed the lightness of the music. It is light, bright, at times a little blue, but still kind of optimistic. Thank you!

Very peaceful. I really enjoy the tranquility of the album. Perfect for listing to in the rain

What lovely piano pieces - calming, tender, beautiful, extraordinary. These sound like lullabies - I am enchanted!! Thank you!!

I felt the tears start to flow down my face as I started to listen to this impressive, yet gentle, touching, emotional, graceful piano music. I felt the words that it spoke where for me to hear and take on board. And I did just that, and the more I listened the more I could not control my emotions or my tears, as the flowed like a river down my face. Beauty by no other words just came flowing from this remarkable, bewitching, soundscape of an album.

Very enjoyable piano to listen as a background music while reading a Neil Gaiman novel.

10/10

It's funny how sometimes a piece of music fits in perfectly with ones' mood.

A wonderful , simple and evocative piece.

Andy W

stellar art wars

12/06/10

I think the hardest thing in music is to make a single instrument interesting enough to hold interest, well you've done it. I was moved by this beautiful presentation of piano.
Kiitos

9.5/10

Very nice piano album. I live it. Good sound :)

9.5/10

'Mournings' and 'Faun's Hut' were my favourite pieces. This is really beautiful, lyrical piano playing!

 

Very relaxing music. Thank you for your sharing

9/10

Nice and relaxing with little moments of sadness and darkness. Style is very personal, I find. My favourite track : Jubilant.

8.5/10

Hi! I like your music... only piano
Is true! Your influences: Michael Nymann... "Intimissimi" fromd de BSO in "The piano". But It's different!
I see in certain relation with compositions of Wim Mertens. Do you LIke?
And the others compossers of the first avant-garde in the s.XX
Is't very nostalgic from me. Thanks!