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Intersection - Jazz Meets Classical Song

CDR 90000 149 (2 discs)

24 bit digital recording
FIRST RELEASE

Playing time: 101'
Tracks: 13 + 17
Booklet pages: 32
© 2014 Cedille Records
Reviewer: Paul Sarcich
Review of Intersection - Jazz Meets Classical Song published on 13 February 2016

Listen: Patrice Michaels: Anita's Story (CD1 track 13, 0:00-0:57)

Patrice Michaels, soprano, piano (CD2 tracks 7 and 16)
Kuang-Hao Huang, piano
Zach Brock, violin
Nicholas Photinos, cello
Dedé Sampaio, percussion (CD2 track 17)

CD1

Tibor Harsanyi:
1 Vocalise (first recording)

Francis Poulenc:
2 Violon

Laurie Altman:
Two Re-Imaginings (first recordings)
3 Per la gloria d'adorarvi
4 Danza, danza, fanciulla gentile

Nikolai Kapustin:
5 Prelude in Jazz Style, Op 53 No 18

George Gershwin:
6 Liza

Duke Ellington:
7 Paris Blues

Billy Strayhorn, arranged by Labella:
Suite Strayhorn
8 Chelsea Bridge
9 A Flower is a Lovesome Thing

Nikolai Kapustin:
10 Prelude, Op 53 No 4

Lee Hoiby:
11 Insomnia

John Musto:
12 Penelope's Lament (first recording)

Patrice Michaels:
13 Anita's Story (first recording)

CD2

Randall Bauer:
Neighborhood Music (first recording)
1 Where Has He Gone
2 Rossini's Got Nothin' On Us
3 The Local Record Producer
4 When I Could Hear The Train Again

Nikolai Kapustin:
5 Prelude, Op 53 No 23

Nils Lindberg:
6 As You Are
7 Shall I Compare Thee

Chuck Israels:
8 He's Gone Away
9 Balm in Gilead
10 Frankie and Johnny

Nikolai Kapustin:
11 Prelude Op 53 No 19

Laurie Altman:
Gig Songs (first recordings)
12 I Didn't Know What Time It Was / Where Or When
13 Always
14 While We're Young
15 Come Rain or Come Shine

Andres Beeuwsaert, transcribed by Patrice Michaels:
16 Sonora

Antonio Carlos Jobim, arranged by Santos Neto:
17 Lamento No Morro

Recorded 8-11 January, 18 February and 23 March 2014 at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, University of Chicago, USA

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