Piano meets cello in a nerve-wrecking, captivating and - may I say - monumental neoclassical endeavor by Moises Daniel entitled "Defeated".
Heavy at heart from the first bar, the music doesn't compromise on neither on the emotion, nor on musicality - both fearlessly present all throughout this moving composition. Melodically lead by the cello and finely accompanied by piano, the piece makes the best of a minor scale, beautifying the evolving melody with plenty of tactful dynamics. This is neoclassical from the top shelf, no doubt about it.
An absolute stunner, let it move you: