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Toni Carroll and the Dreski Celli

by Toni Carroll

This album was conceived by Toni Carroll for voices and cellos featuring principal cellists from the NY Philharmonic. It is a delightful compilation of originals & standards featuring Toni on vocals, Bucky Pizzarelli on guitar and Dick Hyman on piano.
Genre: Jazz: Chamber Jazz
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1. Dreski Cathedral
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2. Nature's Toys
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3. Echoes of the Past
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4. William Tell
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5. On a Clear Day
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6. Global Love
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7. Send in the Clowns
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8. If I Had Forever
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9. Seasons in the Sun
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10. Love's Theme
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Toni Carroll, born in St. Louis, Missouri, came from a musical family of Italian heritage. After moving to New York City her career encompassed stage and TV acting, including an appearance on the Johnny Carson Show and becoming a Copa Girl and Latin Quarter Singer.

Conceived of by Toni, this CD uses voice with cellos designed to soothe and nourish body and soul with music.

Featuring cellists: Kermit Moore, Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy, George Ricci, Maurice Dawn, Edgardo Sodero, Seymour Barab, and Lucien A. Schmit.


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