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9 thoughts on “ Processional - Jenny Scheinman - Crossing The Field (CD, Album)

  1. Sep 12,  · Provided to YouTube by TuneCore Processional · Tigran Hamasyan They Say Nothing Stays the Same (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ℗ SEEBEDON Records Released on: Double bass.
  2. For Jenny Scheinman, a journey into the past comes with a few complications, both geographic and emotional. material she introduced on the eponymous vocal album she released in conjunction with the lush, string-laden instrumental project Crossing the Field (both on Koch). Produced by Tony Scherr, who also contributes guitar, bass.
  3. May 06,  · Jenny Scheinman’s California Dreamin’ The jazz violinist has left Brooklyn behind for her old stomping grounds, and she seems to be thriving creatively. By .
  4. In Scheinman released two albums in tandem; her rootsy debut album as a singer/songwriter (Jenny Scheinman), and her fifth and most extravagant instrumental album (Crossing The Field) featuring a septet plus string orchestra. Since then she has been exploring smaller instrumentations.
  5. Oct 20,  · CD Review: Jenny Scheinman – Crossing the Field. A delightful, bracing cd for cool autumn nights when it just feels so good to be alive. Scheinman may be best known as a jazz player and composer, but this cd is a multistylistic smorgasbord of instrumentals with elements of classical, rock, film soundtracks and ragtime as well. The band here is is an all-star cast of like-minded envelope.
  6. Oct 14,  · The best I've heard in many years. The few symphony songs such as "Processional" are beautiful too, especially the other stringed instruments. My favorite songs on this CD are "Hard Sole Shoe" and "Song for Sidiki". My first Jenny Scheinman CD was "12 Songs", a delight what Jenny can do to reach the limits of a violin. I recommend it as well/5(4).
  7. Jenny Scheinman Biography | Tour Dates The movie collects archival footage taken between by H. Lee Waters, a North Carolina photographer who traveled across the Piedmont, taking short movies of ordinary, small town folks living through the Great Depression.
  8. This past spring, Scheinman released two recordings simultaneously on Koch, Jenny Scheinman, her first recording to feature primarily her own singing, and Crossing the Field, an instrumental.

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