is by far the duo’s most popular album. Including Flight of the Bumble Bee, Crazy Train, C-Jam Blues and more this album was the ticket that got the duo into Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center. Other works by Saint-Saens, Dragonetti, Mozart and Beethoven are also included.
The album features solo cello with bass accompaniment. Overall the album has a nice flow of warm laid back sounds but even more virtuoso fireworks. With everything from the Ozzy to Flight of The Bumble Bee it is a wide variety of beautiful cello sounds.
This is the fourth album of six by the Bottom Line Duo to date. Cellist Traci Hoveskeland and Bassist Spencer Hoveskeland explore a myriad of repertoire from Mozart to Ozzy Ozbourne. English dance music, Mexican folk, classical, jazz, and popular.
Pepper’s Waltz was recorded at Rainstorm studio in Seattle in 2002. It documents many of the pieces the duo was performing in the northwest and abroad at that time. It contains one original composition and other unique arrangements of popular music. Like each of the Bottom Line Duo’s CDs, Pepper’s Waltz presents a mix of the traditional repertoire for these instruments with the new.
The Bottom Line Duo is a touring and recording ensemble. They are heard on numerous movie soundtracks alone and as part of an orchestra. When not on tour they perform as soloists, duo, and larger ensembles in the Seattle area.