Patrice Deceuninck


9396 plays, 62 songs on radio, from France

Patrice is a French music teacher and composer of film music. Patrice works
at a music school in Lille where he teaches bass guitar and
computer-assisted music.
In one project Patrice worked with an orchestra which performed his music.
It was the Saint-Petersburg State Academic Symphonic Orchestra and it all
ended up on a CD called "The ring Bearer".
On the compilation Patrice participates with one of his songs from the score
of a short movie called Temps Mort.

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Powerdog 13 October, 2005 at 20:35 1

His music has a happy quality(elf-like?) that is very enjoyable. My favorite artist in Rivendell

Sir Daniel of Bedford 22 June, 2006 at 02:05 1

I can love it or leave it. Doesn't really matter to me. Patrice's work could be good if it weren't for the not so polished production and composition. I've heard better.

heroic665 30 December, 2006 at 04:13 1

I really don't like most of his songs. They might be more bearable if he didn't try to shoehorn them into the LOTR mythos where their generally light tone absolutely does not fit. Still compared to some others (Cough)Za Frumi(Cough), he's Mozart. If I had one suggestion, it woudl be to lay off the xylophones.

Morpheus, son of Hypnos 30 December, 2006 at 13:33 2

In my humble opinion Mr. Deceuninck would do well to look long and hard at which mood(s) his pieces convey and then look equally long and hard on the chosen title and think of the mood(s) conveyed in those passages in J.R.R. Toklien's book.

Thalin 5 April, 2007 at 16:03 2

His music just seems to grind along...