This is something quite special ... at first the music is simply delicate, fragile, childlike, and lovely enough for possessing those qualities. But the more you listen to it, the richer & more complex it becomes, like the tender, knowing smile of someone very old, someone who has experienced all that life can offer, and has come to peaceful terms with it. Yet at the same time, it sparkles with a child's wonder, curiosity & delight. There's often a certain melancholy or even faintly ominous undercurrent to this music, an awareness of sorrow & loss beneath the golden, sunlit surface of things. It's not for everyone, but if you give it a chance, you may be caught up in its softly dazzling beauty -- most highly recommended!