A collection of extracts from four of Philip LeBreton's airy concoctions, though the extracts quite easily stand on their own strengths and never end up sounding like excerpts from longer works. LeBreton likes to use slow tempos and long, relaxing musical figures that provide something of a settling energy for the listener to take in and use. LeBreton creates music that shows classical and Renaissance influences, but these are supported by the electronic artillery of the 1990s new age composer; the result is part of an ongoing thematic stream tapped into by many new age/meditational composers. Nice work.
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AllMusic Review by Steven McDonald