Sienna Dahlen, Dave Restivo & Amy Gamlen | Into the Beautiful, An Emily Dickinson Project

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Into the Beautiful, An Emily Dickinson Project

by Sienna Dahlen, Dave Restivo & Amy Gamlen

Emily Dickinson's poems inspired these songs performed by the long standing Canadian duo of Sienna Dahlen (voice) and Dave Restivo (piano), who give their own interpretation to these contemporary jazz art songs by Parisian based composer Amy Gamlen.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Into the Beautiful
Sienna Dahlen, Dave Restivo & Amy Gamlen
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2. Cricket
Sienna Dahlen, Dave Restivo & Amy Gamlen
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3. Spider
Sienna Dahlen, Dave Restivo & Amy Gamlen
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4. A Thought
Sienna Dahlen, Dave Restivo & Amy Gamlen
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5. Stone
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6. Yellow
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7. Wind
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Album Notes
Sienna Dahlen: "A voice filled with Molten Light!", Katie Malloch, CBC Radio Host.
Dave Restivo: "...quite simply one of the finest jazz pianists of his generation that Canada can boast of...", Roger Levesque, Edmonton Journal.
Amy Gamlen: "...une personalité forte qui ne s'arretera pas aux limites du jeu conventionnel.", Vincent Bessières, Jazzman; "...hugely talented…", Ian Carr, The Rough Guide to Jazz.


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