Mmhmm, that is so very nice! The Grandeur is pretty aptly named, if you ask me. Of course it takes someone talented to tickle those ivories (no, not ovaries) so well and summon up such a pretty and soulful sound.
A very inspirational piece to listen to, with an exceptional mixture of light, airy, and more delicate piano strains and the more sweeping, forceful, and resonating moments. There's a lot of personality to the music, if that makes any sense. It seems almost to breathe and have its own heartbeat, a thoroughly enjoyable experience, like meeting someone for the first time and feeling like you're already old friends.
Well, suffice to say, I obviously like this piano composition very much, which is glaringly obvious when I've listened to it at least half a dozen times already. Keep right on doing what you're doing, Lucid, and best of luck on that insane academic workload! I am truly glad that you can still make the time to sit in front of those eighty-eight keys and bring them to life.