Not all music has to be big, bombastic, brash and bold; it is normally better when it isn’t. And when you are looking for something for those moments when you want music that is both ornate and accessible, that runs between the meditative and the melodic, Marco Wolfe is your man.

Symphony of Universe is a piano-driven piece shrouded in gentle string washes and additional tones and textures that pool and percolate in the spaces as one note fades and another is ushered in.

Quite lovely indeed.

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