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Jane Ira Bloom

Wild Lines / Improvising Emily Dickinson

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Recorded April 12, 2018 at Yamaha Piano Salon
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1 Emily & Her Atoms
2 Alone & In A Circumstance
3 Other Eyes
4 Singing The Triangle
5 Dangerous Times
6 Mind Gray River
7 One Note From One Bird
8 Cornets of Paradise
9 A Star Not Far Enough
10 Hymn: You Wish You Had Eyes in Your Pages
11 Wild Lines
12 Say More
13 Bright Wednesday
14 Big Bill
15 It's Easy to Remember
16 Wild Lines
17 Emily & Her Atoms
18 Alone & In A Circumstance
19 One Note From One Bird
20 Dangerous Times
21 A Star Not Far Enough
22 Singing The Triangle
23 Mind Gray River
24 Cornets of Paradise
25 Other Eyes
26 Say More
27 Hymn: You Wish You Had Eyes in Your Pages
28 Bright Wednesday
29 Big Bill
30 It's Easy To remember
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American original Jane Ira Bloom does it again. This time the 21st-century soprano saxophonist reimagines the poetry of 19th-century visionary Emily Dickinson in two different settings. This new 2 CD pack, has the quartet (Dawn Clement (piano), Mark Helias (bass)& Bobby Previte (drums) interpretating Dickinson's poetry both instrumentaly and in spoken word settings that feature readings by popular stage & film actor Deborah Rush. After the success of her 2016 trio album release Early Americans, Bloom shifts gears with Wild Lines / Improvising Emily Dickinson. Bloom composed Wild Lines when she was awarded a 2015 CMA/ Doris Duke New Jazz Works commission. She was inspired to musically reimagine Dickinson when she learned that the poet was a pianist and improviser herself.

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