Danielle Freeman | Argyle

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by Danielle Freeman

Danielle Freeman’s music is based on an opera-jazz theme, a culmination and expansion of both genres. Her music is a unification of operatic classical forms with improvisation, jazz harmony and experimental musical freedom.
Genre: Jazz: Progressive Jazz
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"Argyle" is a voice and violin duet composed by Danielle Freeman. It features jazz violinist, Zach Brock, on baritone violin and Freeman on voice. Inspired by Argyle Street in Chicago and the argyle pattern, this track is an illustration of two bold shapes, or musical voices, which structurally interconnect within a canvas of sound. Both voices have their own melody which exchange between being supportive and being presented. Midway, both voice and violin break convention, musically expressing their individual emotional abandon. The 3rd section represents going back to the previous structure; however, both voices have been affected and changed. Nonetheless, each voice still seeks to find balance with each other and inevitably fall silent.

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Featuring: Zach Brock, baritone violin; Danielle Freeman, vocal and composition.
Recorded: Acoustic Studios, Michael Broby, engineer
Mastering: Olab, Scott Anderson, engineer
Produced: Ganache Productions 2012


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