Within the first few notes of the French Neo Classical Composer Pascal Lengange’s track Quietude my heart strings were already aware of the pensive piano keying. The evocative chord progressions poured through me in the instrumental only track which required no vocal offering to aid the instant resonant catharsis. To put it lightly; there is definitely no multi-tasking to be done when you’re drinking in Pascal’s poignantly compelling melodies which I could have honestly sat and listened to all day. The contortions of the violin and piano dance around one another to provide perfectly concordant aural alchemy slick with cinematic styling in one of the most compelling Neo Classical compositions I’ve heard to date.
If you’re a fan of Nils Frahm, Phillip Glass and Phillip D Zach you’re going to adore Pascal Lengagne’s tentative approach to orchestrating pensively ethereal sound.
You can check out Pascal Lengagne’s neo classical masterpiece Quietude for yourselves on SoundCloud along with the rest of his stunning compositions.
Review by Amelia Vandergast