Italy rarely let's me down when it comes to neoclassical music - something about the country's long lasting relationship with arts along all of it's monumental creations that gives me almost childishly naïve confidence in seeing a name like Andrea Vanzo who's recently released "Gabriella" is not only reassuring me in my prejudice, but sets my following expectations a bar higher indeed.
Romantic but not weeping the piece asks for no more than it rightfully deserves - to be acknowledged and understood. Worry not - both do come easy. While the musical prowess tingles with complexity, the delivery and arrangement signify appreciation of the listener and delivery the piece in a form as approachable as light itself.
Let it in, won't you: