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Kitty Brazelton: Chamber Music for the Inner Ear

Read "Chamber Music for the Inner Ear" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

Kitty Brazelton wears many masks acquired from her music repertoire. Her diverse career as a composer, curator, performer, bandleader, and teacher, makes her a keen version of a modern music renaissance woman. Her commissioned pieces have included works for ensemble, orchestra, and opera. She is the founder of the group “DADADAH": a “nonet”(a nine piece group) that fuses free-jazz, art-rock and other music forms.

Her latest effort, Chamber Music for the Inner Ear contains music with a variety of backdrops. ...

ALBUM REVIEW

Kitty Brazelton's DADADAH: Love Not Love Lust Not Lust

Read "Love Not Love Lust Not Lust" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Vocalist-composer Kitty Brazelton is a high achiever who possesses a diverse and thoroughly interesting musical background! Ms Brazelton owns a doctorate degree in music composition, ....was leader of the progressive band, “Musica Orbis”, has composed numerous orchestral works, electronic pieces and teaches music at Universities.....So, how do we classify, Love Not Love Lust Not Lust ? After all and at the very least we need to place this article somewhere within the voluminous reviews of this monthly publication, which are ...


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