Judy Hyman & Dick Hyman | Late Last Summer

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Late Last Summer

by Judy Hyman & Dick Hyman

A father-daughter collaboration between violinist/fiddler, Judy Hyman (of the alt-trad band, The Horse Flies), and renowned pianist/composer, Dick Hyman, performing Judy’s original waltzes. File under heart-felt and emotional.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Jazz
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1. Ralph's Watch Judy Hyman & Dick Hyman
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2. Save a Thought Judy Hyman & Dick Hyman
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3. Audubon's Lucy Judy Hyman & Dick Hyman
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4. Late Last Summer Judy Hyman & Dick Hyman
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5. Invisible Judy Hyman & Dick Hyman
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6. Victor and Naomi Judy Hyman & Dick Hyman
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7. Claire's Resolve Judy Hyman & Dick Hyman
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8. Johnny's Gone Judy Hyman & Dick Hyman
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9. Julia Judy Hyman & Dick Hyman
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10. Wolf Dreams Judy Hyman & Dick Hyman
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11. Hannah Judy Hyman & Dick Hyman
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12. Breathe Judy Hyman & Dick Hyman
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13. Beth Judy Hyman & Dick Hyman
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Late last summer my father and I spent a week in a studio recording some waltzes I’ve written over the past 10 years or so. We had never recorded together before, despite his lengthy career as a jazz pianist, music director, and composer and my work as a violinist/fiddler, composer, and teacher. With his 85th and my 60th birthdays approaching, this seemed like a beautiful way for us to connect and collaborate. Musically, we entered new territory for both of us … not jazz, not fiddle music, not classical. And, because a number of the pieces were written for family members and friends, the project turned out to be a deeply emotional experience for both of us. – Judy, 2012


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Judy G.

Absolute Pleasure - "Late Last Summer"
"Late Last Summer" is a poignant, touching, memorable collection of collaborative waltzes by Dick and Judy Hyman, father daughter duet.
Pure listening joy. If you close your eyes and conjure up an image of a Bat Mitzvah, at the exact moment when there isn't a dry eye in the room as the band plays Sunrise/Sunset and father and daughter share the dance floor, then you understand the spirit of this long awaited collection.
The pieces flow effortlessly, as if piano picks up where violin leads. A tango where violin and piano intuitively know where to go without missing a beat.
I have been listening to this collaborative CD non stop, since seeing a live performance, and the feelings the compositions evoke are wonderful, rich and deeply layered. Knowing the background story for each track which is included in the CD case brings everything to a higher level of appreciation. The wedding march titled "Victor & Naomi" is especially sweet. "Audobon's Lucy" not only served as the soundtrack for a documentary on James Audobon, but stands on its own as a piece of music that will no doubt be played at intimate music jams and sharing circles wherever folk musicians gather. Judy Hyman dedicates two of the waltzes, "Julia" adn "Beth" to her mother and sister which adds relevance and tenderness.
Thank you Dick Hyman and Judy Hyman for the incredible gift you have shared with Ithaca and the larger musical community called Planet Earth.