Falling is a sensation of gravity—an object of greater mass pulling a lesser toward itself, implying eventual contact, an end. The idea of falling infinitely then must be closer to that of free fall—when inertia produces a sensation of weightlessness. The audio interpretation of such certainly confirms the theory:
Tone-poet Chase Hudson composed this loop a few years back using an electric-grand piano and various synths. He decided to share it last week as part of an ongoing thread called Collections of Sound Over Time Vol. 1, Time in Motion, under the name Delhi Daydreams (a reference to the children’s book, My side of the Mountain). Chase is also one of Two People Playing Music (2PPM), who have quite the sprawling sets of their own at bandcamp.