No review yet, huh? Let me change that. The beginning is piano with a great surreal backing, and it's not until much later at about 1:10 where a solid beat starts coming in. Then it gives way for a different type of piano rhythm, and it gently grows in intensity, never entirely losing its surreal feeling. Personally, I like the first 1:10- that section of the song is the reason I chose it for my game. By contrast, I think the synths later in make the song lose its classical feel a bit, but I've never been a big genre enforcer and I don't plan to start being one. Anyway, you've got something very nice here.