I originally approached this looking for quality ambient music, but these gorgeous compositions will force their way into the foreground every time you play them. I think it's my favourite music of this kind that I've ever heard and it's been one of the albums I've listened to most over the last few years. Absolutely unreservedly recommended.
Tomorrow Was the Golden Age is an album length composition by NYC minimalist ensemble Bing & Ruth. Written and conducted by pianist David Moore, Tomorrow Was the Golden Age is a halcyonic journey to a neverending place, where music waxes, wanes and drifts imperceptibly from silence to grand, glowing sound. Tomorrow Was the Golden Age achieves a canon-level quality for instrumental music inspired by the same intentions and practices that fueled works by Morton Feldman, Gavin Bryars, Steve Reich and Brian Eno.