New piano music release

Multi-award-winning film composer and former concert violinist, Ros Gilman, releases new single “Falling Snow” aimed for the festive season.

„Falling Snow“ is a calm and gentle piece for solo piano, with a positive and “wintery” feel, which aims to bring a moment of peacefulness in these troubled times. A little serenade during a cosy winter night by the fire, with snow quietly falling outside.

Recorded in London, „Falling Snow“ marks Gilman’s second piano release, following „Hidden City“ – a two-track single released in October – and the 7th overall release on his own record label Guiro Music Ltd.

Ros said: “This music [Falling Snow] came to me on a quiet weekend evening, while at home, and only took me a few minutes to write. The next day, it took me another couple hours to record and fully produce it. Sometimes it can take days or even weeks to write and produce a particular piece of music. However, it is often the pieces that form very quickly and easily – almost by themselves – which can turn out to be the most “natural” of compositions. Whenever that happens, the music seems to lead you on its own. All you need to do is to record it in some way – be that notes on a piece of paper or digital information in your studio software.“ ‚Falling Snow‘ is one of those little pieces of music that are particularly close to my heart.”

His previous release „Dawn of Hope“, a new recording of the soundtrack to the French TV Documentary ‘Paris Est Une Cible’ – a PAC Presse production about the November 2015 Paris attacks, has recently hit 55 thousand streams on Spotify.

About Ros Gilman: Now a multi-award-winning composer and multi-nominated songwriter, Ros Gilman began his musical journey at just five years old, as a student of the renown Gnessin Music School. A successful career as a violinist followed, which saw him perform across three continents, making multiple appearances on national TV and radio. Later, he was made second leader of the internationally esteemed European Philharmonic Orchestra.