The over-arching mood is somber and melancholic, but the variety of ways that deLise takes you there is astounding and supremely enjoyable.

Retailing Insight magazine by Bill Binkleman

Louis Anthony deLise describes his music as “Contemporary New Age and Neo-Classical,” but I think this sells his album short. Yes, those elements are present, but there’s so much more as well, e.g. traditional pop, ambient, jazz. The level of imagination, creativity, musicianship, and composition talent impressed me before the end of the first track, “Mosaic.” deLise plays piano, marimba, trap drums, tabla, glockenspiel, percussion, and amazing keyboard samples, including fantastic orchestral string. The album also features Nancy Rumbel (oboe/English horn), Jeff Oster (trumpet), Christine Hansen (flutes), and Marjam Ingolffsson (cello). The over-arching mood is somber and melancholic, but the variety of ways that deLise takes you there is astounding and supremely enjoyable.