Marc Enfroy | Dreams of the Forest

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Dreams of the Forest

by Marc Enfroy

Enchanting. Dramatic. Cinematic. This captivating blend of gentle piano with lush orchestral arrangements will sweep you away to a timeless woodland of beauty, innocence and inspiration. A soundtrack for your dreams.
Genre: Classical: New Age
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Forest Awakens
4:12 $0.99
2. Waiting for Sunrise
4:10 $0.99
3. Miracle in the Glade
3:37 $0.99
4. Woodland Waltz
4:06 $0.99
5. Nocturne
3:19 $0.99
6. Fireflies
4:33 $0.99
7. Goodbye Summer
4:16 $0.99
8. Reaching for the Sky
4:03 $0.99
9. Pines in the Mist
4:12 $0.99
10. After the Rain
3:36 $0.99
11. In the Stil Air
2:00 $0.99
12. The Return of Spring
4:41 $0.99
13. Fawn's First Leap
5:09 $0.99
14. Postlude
3:17 $0.99
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Album Notes
Marc Enfroy introduces his fourth Cinematic Piano album, "Dreams of the Forest", a lush blend of New Age piano with Hollywood-style strings and orchestral arrangements. Of the album, Marc says, "I wanted a strong nature-based theme for this project and I think we can all relate to the allure of the forest. As a kid I remember playing and exploring in the woods with my friends for hours. When I was 13 I visited the redwood forest at Yosemite National Park and was absolutely blown away by the majesty of it all. Living in Michigan, the Fall colors are spectacular, especially in the northern part of the state where woodlands are everywhere. On top of that, I have listeners often telling me they use my music for dreaming and inspiration so the Dreams of the Forest concept was a natural way to go. I wrote the music for this album as if I was taking listeners on an imaginary trip to a pristine forest where they could feel inspired and see their dreams take flight. It’s definitely the most authentic album I’ve done to date and feels like a very natural expression of who I am. Hopefully that comes across in the music."



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Kathy Parsons

From MainlyPiano
"Dreams of the Forest" is Marc Enfroy’s fourth full-length album composed in a style he calls “cinematic piano.” I think this is by far his best work to date. Enfroy started composing music when he was given his sister’s keyboard after she died of melanoma in 2006. Composing and playing music were utilized to help him work through his grief, so it’s amazing that two years later Enfroy released his first album, "Unbounded," which went on to win awards and to gain world-wide attention. Last year’s "Unconditional" was produced by Randy and Pamela Copus of 2002 and was influenced by their very distinctive sound. This time around, Enfroy has reached his stride with a style uniquely his own. Enfroy plays keyboard and virtual instruments and is joined by Jack Chen on flute and piccolo. Mixing and mastering was done by Corin Nelsen, and the sound quality is perfect. The basic storyline of the album is that a girl or woman escapes the worry of her restless world by suddenly being transported to the most serene forest glade she could ever imagine. In the stillness, the trees begin to speak to her in soft melodies so beautiful that she cries a tear, wishing the dream would never end. The grace and splendor of the fourteen pieces create a warm and peaceful escape we can return to whenever we want or need such a place to relax and be refreshed.

"Dreams of the Forest" begins with “The Forest Awakens,” a colorful and tranquil piece that sets the gentle tone of the album with ethereal voices and sweeping strings in addition to the piano. “Waiting for Sunrise” has a magical sparkle behind the gracefully seductive flute. Who could resist following the “piper” into such a wondrous place? “Woodland Waltz” evokes images of trees gently swaying to the rhythm of a soft breeze as woodland creatures dance to the lovely melody. “Fireflies” also has a magical quality that makes it irresistible. “Goodbye Summer” is a favorite. Poignant and full of longing, the beautiful piano melody is enhanced with voices, flute, and strings. “Reaching for the Sky” is a gorgeous ode to the trees and their sweeping majesty. “Pines in the Mist” is another favorite with its simple piano melody and shimmering accompaniments (flute, strings, and voices) - so peaceful! “In the Still Air” is a lovely vignette that invites you to breathe deeply and savor the taste of the forest. “The Return of Spring” conveys the wonder of rebirth and new life - enchanting and very visual. “Postlude” is a warm and bittersweet farewell to a wondrous experience in this mythical place. Luckily for us, we can easily return again and again, always discovering something new in the music as our own dreams of the forest evolve over time.

"Dreams of the Forest" proves beyond a doubt that Marc Enfroy is a major player in the instrumental music field. This excellent album is very highly recommended!

John P. Olsen / Review Publicist

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Cinematic music made for the movie industry is in a class of its own, providing charm and realism in which ingenious music compositions become an inherent part of the film itself. With the right touch, cinematic music scores and movie soundtracks can create vibrant memories thru association, and bring the movie’s film characters to life.

New Age pianist Marc Enfroy is an award-winning artist recognized for his expertise in blending elegant instrumental piano music with moving orchestral arrangements on the same level as the most accomplished artists and best music producers of today. Marc Enfroy’s special touch as a composer is clear in his newest release entitled Dreams of The Forest.

Dreams of The Forest is an amazing cinematic piano release made for the senses. Marc Enfroy masterfully creates a dramatic mood of enchantment you’ll want to experience over and over again. Joined by esteemed artists Jack Chen on flute, and GRAMMY® Award-winning studio engineer Corin Nelsen, it’s obvious on first listen that Dreams of The Forest was expertly crafted by top music professionals.

Marc Enfroy’s fourth studio album, Dreams of The Forest is an extraordinary cinematic project given the elegant, true to life representation it conveys. Characterized by a serene nuance, Marc Enfroy has produced an imaginary and emotionally compelling musical canvas laced with the kind of passionate, authentic sensibilities found in real life drama. Dreams of the Forest could very well be Marc Enfroy’s next award-winning album! Read original review at