With the fantasy of a glorious universe of sentimental tenderness, the music of Yuki Murata is the excellence of a perfect and dynamic technique in action, despite the fact that the strength of her soul predominates, talking through the melodies in an ardently spontaneous, though delicate flavor; with a general serenity that sometimes flirts with melancholy, her style is completely destitute of superficial and redundant extravaganza. She goes direct to the point, but with such a graceful and fabulous splendor, that you feel the simple elegance of the harmonies floating through the endless storms of her naturally creative output. Slowly, these wonderful symphonies of serenity reveals a sincere, but majestic sonorous cohesion, that keeps fragmenting oceans of sensibilities deep down the anatomy of a mournful restless spirit.
With graceful sonatas and sentimental cantilenas that absorb, but at the same time expose a lugubrious atmosphere of intuitive delicacy, the sonorous densities that comes out of the songs converge altogether to the axis of its essentially lucid, pungent and vivacious atmospheric peripheries, to gently inspire the infinite horizon of musical possibilities that delightfully revolves around the listener to become its own allegoric universe of colorful vastness, reinstating over its elements the glorious majesty displayed by a virtuous and gracious technique.
Sidelined by a lucid perception of poetic vitality, and a proverbial grace of harmonious delicacy, Yuki Murata’s Piano Fantasia is a mellifluent cosmogony of latent splendor; a great collection of symphonies, where an abundant correlation of spectacular beauty is embraced by the conscious exuberance of a dispersive mosaic of proficient melodies, marvelously designed and arranged altogether to reinvent the universe, in a microcosm of ephemeral, but consistent delight.