is an album of improvised piano music by Felicity Wilcox. It draws on many strands of experience, musical and emotional. It is not ambient music, or jazz (quite) . . . it is not classical music . . . it is a soundtrack for a film playing behind your eyelids where the weather changes gradually.
is a world of comfort and challenge. It draws from Wilcox’s decades of experience as a soundtrack composer (some 60 feature films, shorts and series). It can drift like a delicious afternoon with the sun dappling the water . . . big emotional melodies might tug at your heart strings . . . sounds from the interior of the piano can beguile and intrigue . . .
is the result of compositional vigour sublimated in the moment of inspiration; Wilcox is also a commissioned concert music composer. Threads of musical ideas weave their way through individual pieces, but also the larger structure of the album.
is for lovers of the piano, and so fans of players and composers as disparate as Chris Abrahams, Elena Kats-Chernin, Claude Debussy, Erik Satie and Keith Jarrett.
Moment is the second album Felicity has released in recent years, the other being the vocal/band set The Curling Vine in 2014.
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