Luca Longobardi - Small leaves
The Italian composer and pianist Luca Longobardi recently released the track, “Small leaves” as it showcases his unique ability at crafting, day dream induced melodies.
There’s a delicate piano melody at the core of this track, one that feels very light and airy in nature but captivating nonetheless. It flows with such ease that within seconds of listening, I quickly became transfixed on the gorgeous soundscape Longobardi had crafted within this track. Regarding the composition of the song, Longobardi said, “It was an out-of-the-scheme composing and recording session for me that flows into an similar listening experience.”
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