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The soft ensemble is a three piece musical project. It all started early 2014 when L.J.Wegrzyn and G. Bojanek made some music together for a release that never happened. The recordings were collecting dust for a couple of months when they joined up with F.Appel and decided to make some additional sessions. The final result is one long piece of music containing mainly tuning forks, field recordings, found sounds and some guitars. The soft ensemble is an open project which means the line-up could change, grow bigger or smaller or... it doesn't have to change at all. The current line-up already started working on some new recordings.
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The Prelude To is a story of beginnings.
I see the four main tracks as an introduction to each season, merging the modern classical sensitivity and the sense of expanded drones of Bartosz with the terrestrial electroacoustic glitches and organ/vocal features of Giulio to create a perfect aural osmosis.
And when it seemed too short for an album, we see three remixes that are everything but fillers, developing the story started before and completing it.
Hopefully the first of a long collection. Dotflac
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When listening to the album I keep falling into a mood of relief, acceptance and easiness. It's soft sounding, pleasing to the ear and mind and comes with an ambiance that resonates serenity. The musical and lyrical arrangements throughout the album feel like the acknowledgement and realization that one made an upright decision on uneasy things - to let go of the concerns and worriedness. Seemingly telling the listener to forget and forgive ..and in the end, to move on! Daniel von Appen