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Scorpion Tales

by Duo Scorpio

A stunning debut album of modern music for two harps, containing works by Bernard Andres and Caroline Lizotte, and world premiere recordings of new works by Sebastian Currier, Robert Paterson and Stephen Andrew Taylor.
Genre: Classical: Chamber Music
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1. Le Jardin Des Paons
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2. Scorpion Tales: I. Trinidad Scorpion
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3. Scorpion Tales: II. Promenade À Deux
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4. Scorpion Tales: III. The Tale of Orion
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5. Raga
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6. Crossfade
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7. Unfurl
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8. Parvis
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Album Notes
Scorpion Tales is Duo Scorpio's debut release. It contains a unique selection of modern masterpieces and new works for harp duo, including Le Jardin Des Paons and Parvis by Bernard Andres, Raga by Caroline Lizotte, and world premiere recordings of Crossfade by Sebastian Currier, Scorpion Tales by Robert Paterson (commissioned by Duo Scorpio and the American Harp Society) and Unfurl by Stephen Andrew Taylor. Each work explores the rich sound world created by two harps, and the entire album was produced by Grammy winning recording engineer Adam Abeshouse.

The formation of Duo Scorpio is as fascinating as the album: harpists Kathryn Andrews and Kristi Shade were born on exactly the same day, November 5, 1982, making them both Scorpios; they both moved to New York City after undergraduate school, completed their Master's Degrees at The Manhattan School of Music and studied with harp legend Susan Jolles. Scorpios are known for their determination, hard work and love of a challenge, which is definitely exemplified in this stunning debut album.


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