iday is a Russian artist who's "Baltic Sea" is a delightful piano poem we are listening to today.
Intended and simple, the piece consists of a lulling accompaniment and a twinkling melody, both delivered with feather-light hands. Beautifully composed, the music presents itself without any bravado and rather a significance threaded in the humbleness of its delivery. Whatever the story is that the pianist is here to tell us, it is without a doubt one of many turns, ups and lows, as well as - quite likely - loss.
Listen to this beautiful piano poem at this link: