Jeremy Moyer | Mangoes, Musical Shorts, Vol. 1

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Mangoes, Musical Shorts, Vol. 1

by Jeremy Moyer

From meditative gong music and erhu smooth jazz to groovy hand drumming and raw folk fiddling, this is an eclectic collection of short, original, acoustic instrumental pieces recorded in a 100-yr-old Chinese attic.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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1. Falling Snow
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2. El Chino Guapo
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3. Fishing Secrets
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4. Bedtime Stories
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5. Workers Theme Song
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6. Grasshopper Siesta
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7. Danse d'hiver
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8. Wondering About Something
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9. FPS Fanfare
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10. ZJJ 4 Seasons
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11. Origins
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Album Notes
‘MANGOES, Musical Shorts Volume 1’ is an eclectic collection of short, original, acoustic instrumental pieces showcasing Jeremy Moyer’s aptitude and spirit as a composer and performer in a wide range of folk-based and contemporary styles ranging from meditative gong music and erhu smooth jazz to groovy hand drumming and raw folk fiddling. The album was recorded in Moyer’s attic studio in a 100-year-old courtyard house in the village of Zhujiajiao, near Shanghai and it was mixed and mastered in Canada by J. Richard Hutt.

With a few exceptions, Moyer plays all the instruments on this recording. He uses 2 varieties of ‘huqin’ - the Chinese two-stringed fiddle – the erhu and the yehu. He also plays acoustic guitar, bass and a variety of Chinese and western percussion instruments.

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Wonderful World Fusion music by accomplished multi-instrumentalist
The soothing tones and inviting melodies of multi-instrumentalist Jeremy Moyer’s fine CD, "Mangoes, Musical Shorts, Vol. 1," adds up to a thoroughly enjoyable World Fusion listening experience. Making the intricate fretwork on various instruments sound effortless, Moyer’s skills are front and center, both as a musician and as a composer. The peaceful, lulling track, "Bedtime Stories," utilizes the aforementioned string instruments to their maximum potential; the melody is that of a familiar lullaby, but unique twists are added that make this rendition truly singular. "Worker's Theme Song," with its expressive percussion, adds a rhythmic element to the album, while the Brazilian feel of “El Chino Guapo” showcases yet a different side of Moyer’s musical reach. For World Music that's exciting and different, but not daunting, Jeremy Moyer’s "Mangoes, Musical Shorts, Vol. 1" is a great choice.