Taken from Reivaj’s forthcoming EP Night Songs, this peaceful waltz was composed in the loneliness of the night, combining beauty and melancholy within its delicate piano notes.
Piano Sonata No. 8 in C Minor, Op. 13 “Pathétique”: II. Adagio cantabile
“Watching Stars” was inspired by a break one night sitting on a bench and gazing at the sky above, and all of the feelings the experience evoked. “I looked to the sky, saw 100 stars and thought about my future,” Korn explains. “Sometimes looking up above sets your mind free.”
Franco-Swiss composer Vivian Roost releases his third studio album From Home. Recorded on Vivian’s Pleyel upright piano and mastered by Zino Mikorey (Nils Frahm, Ólafur Arnalds), the concept album explores the feelings of comfort and security found in a place you can make your own.
“From Home” is beautiful, melancholy piece composed as a kind of introspection. The single features in Spotify’s coveted Peaceful Piano playlist, and is taken from Vivian’s brand new album From Home.
Echoing Timo’s inspirations such as Nils Frahm and Ólafur Arnalds, this light and gentle solo piano work perfectly captures the image of writing a diary through music. Perhaps you can hear all the different emotions pouring out, only interrupted by some short pauses for thought…
This light and gentle piece was written as a means to escape the “noise” of the world, featuring floating melodies that conjure up a fictitious trip to the stars.
Featuring flowing, emotive melodies, “Mountains” takes us on a journey to the breathtaking Scandes landscape. Speaking of his inspiration for the piece, Wilhelm said, “The moment the sun comes up over the mountains, all discomforts are forgotten as you realise the beauty of the world.”
Spanish composer Reivaj Ebol releases his new EP Emociones featuring four sentimental solo piano works. The lead single “Desenlace” currently features in Spotify’s coveted Peaceful Piano playlist.
On his new single “1944”, Schrage reflects on his grandmother’s experiences growing up in New York City during the war. This meloncholy piece perfectly captures the feelings of uncertainty she undoubtedly felt at the time.
“Pure Light” draws influence from the magic hour at the end of each day, instilling a feeling of hope within its soft, dreamy melodies.
Recorded late at night while his family slept, Blurstem’s new EP was written as an ode to the summer. “It’s easy to forget that life runs in seasons,” Blurstem said, “but even with our long, cold, dark winters here in Minnesota, summer always comes; a welcome reward for pushing through the cold.”
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