As another reviewer suggested, I recommend listening to this if you're a fan of piano or ambient music. It is ambient music played on the piano: leitmotifs are used with varying amounts of focus and repetition, so that the mind is free to wander during the less focused parts, then a repetition happens, drawing the listener into a semifocused trance. It's rather beautiful for this ambient effect, because the beginning of the leitmotif recalls the comfort and peacefulness of the whole song. The music also recalls somehow memories -- perhaps due to the keying, it feels nostalgic.
The faults are that the recording sounds more muffled than it should, and the notes are too discordant and overlapping throughout, leaving one always with the feeling that the conflicting notes will clear up, leaving peace, but instead the awkward tension continues. It's however still a an interesting artwork, because the melodies stay with one, if one can get past these difficulties.
I give it four stars because I like the novelty of using classical methods to play ambient music, the compositions are interesting though of course spare, and the issues are cosmetic while the musical ideas are strong.
Is the title a reordering of the phrase "A memory in the case of accidental death?" Is it an allusion to the desire of artists to be immortalized by their music, to encode memories in their works and live on?