This is the fifth song from Secret Gardens album Songs From a Secret Garden, from 1995.
“This is a somewhat impressionistic piece based on major 7ths and 9ths. The spirit of Erik Satie and Claude Debussy are present. The title Papillon (French for butterfly) also leans in that direction. This piece was written during a studio recording session in Iceland in 1994, and is perhaps the music I personally like best in the collection from a composers point of view. The phrases in the descending melody line are telling a story, and should not only be played as a broken chord. The music should be simple and delicate just like a butterfly dancing from one flower to another.” -Rolf Lovland