As our regular readers will know, I’ve been getting into my classical music of late, so it’s great to bring Ros Gilman on board!
By Jane Howkins
The British composer has created something really beautiful in Moonlit Dreams. It’s more of a neoclassical piece than anything else, consisting solely of a pretty piano melody. It’s quite subtle at times, as the piano moves quietly through the piece, although there’s still a lot of beauty to behold here. The left hand performs some lovely, rhythmic arpeggios, as the right hand plays the main motif, working well together. Check out the glorious sounds of Moonlit Dreams below: