It’s time to share another of William Ogmundson’s fantastic piano pieces, with Monet’s Garden being his latest one to be released.
By Jane Howkins
If you’ve been following our coverage of Ogmundson’s music, then you should know what to expect by now. Haunting piano melodies intertwine within each other, with this track being described by the artist himself as being ‘an impressionist improvisation’, created solely in the studio. There’s more of a happy feel to things here than with some of his other work, with a shift in mood coming about a third of the way into the piece – have a listen to it below and see what you think!