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Carolyn Hume

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Hume has released seven albums over the last decade on 'Leo Records', five albums with long term collaborator Paul May and two solo albums with composition for cello and voice. Over the years she has played and recorded with many artists,crossing genres from prog rock to classical and free improvisation. She has performed sparingly in Europe and the UK and also provided music for short films, including work by 'Xaver Walser'(Sub Gravity Films) and 'Frank Mondeose'(Bal Erotique-Montreal). Whilst working in '4th Page' she is currently working on a new solo project.

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Last Train from Narvskaya

Label: Leo Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Winter Aviary; Red Wave Suite; Last Train from Narvskaya; The Lover-Magician; Voices of the Luna.

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Article: Album Review

Fourth Page: Live Wales - Hungary

Read "Live Wales - Hungary" reviewed by John Eyles


Live Wales--Hungary comprises in-concert recordings from gigs at Cwm Gwilym School House, Powys, Wales and Jazzaj, Lumen, Budapest, Hungary during a November 2018 tour. For the tour, Fourth Page's established core quartet of guitarist-vocalist Charlie Beresford, pianist Carolyn Hume, bassist Peter Marsh and drummer Paul May was expanded to a quintet or sextet by the addition ...

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Beresford Hammond: Each Edge of the Field

Read "Each Edge of the Field" reviewed by John Eyles


Each Edge of the Field is the third part of a very appealing trilogy of albums, following in the footsteps of The Science of Snow (The 52nd, 2015) and The Lightning Bell (The 52nd, 2016). Where the latter album added pianist Carolyn Hume and guest vocalist Judie Tzuke alongside the former's duo of guitarist & pianist ...

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Beresford Hammond Hume: The Lightning Bell

Read "The Lightning Bell" reviewed by John Eyles


The Lightning Bell is the second release on the label co-founded by Charlie Beresford and Canadian photographer Gaëna Da Sylva, The 52nd. Those familiar with Beresford's previous work will find that this album builds on it and explores new territory. The label's inaugural release, The Science of Snow, featured the duo Beresford Hammond which paired Beresford's ...

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Blind Horizons

Label: Leo Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Summon you to me; Blind horizons; Cut deep; Times like these; Melancholy orbits; Buried limb; On the waking edge.

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Light And Shade

Label: Leo Records
Released: 2011

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Fourth Page: Blind Horizons

Read "Blind Horizons" reviewed by John Eyles


Blind Horizons is the second album of 2011 from Fourth Page, the rapid follow-up to its debut, Along the Weak Rope, released on Forwind in May. Fourth Page consists of vocalist and guitarist Charlie Beresford, pianist Carolyn Hume, bassist Peter Marsh and drummer Paul May. There are long-standing links between Hume, May and Marsh. May has ...

Album

Come to Nothing

Label: Leo Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Parts 1-9 suddivise in 9 parti numerate.

Article: Album Review

Carolyn Hume - Paul May: Come to Nothing

Read "Come to Nothing" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Ancora sogni e silenziosi racconti dentro alle spire delle indefinite architetture musicali di Carolyn Hume, britannica pianista giunta al quinto episodio per casa Leo, accanto al fido Paul May, lasciato alla sua strada giusto il tempo di due interlocutori episodi solistici. Registrato nell'abbazia di Weybridge nel Surrey nella primavera dello scorso anno, Come to Nothing è ...


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