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Gabriele Tranchina

About Gabriele German born vocalist Gabriele Tranchina embodies a rare combination of European charm and New York style. She wisely uses her European background and language skills, performing repertoire consisting of Jazz Standards as well as Brazilian, Spanish, French and German material. Her strong stage presence combined with her unique vocal style, a three-octave range and choice of wonderfully arranged repertoire, make her an appreciable find. Her warm and outgoing manner reach audiences of all ages and backgrounds and as Mike Cook states in his review: " she can really put a song across." Her debut album "The Old Country" consists of rarely heard Jazz Standards and Brazilian tunes

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Article: Bailey's Bundles

Five Women XII – Gabriele Trancina, Rondi Charleston, Julie Benko, Sarah Jerrom, Carol Welsman

Read "Five Women XII – Gabriele Trancina, Rondi Charleston, Julie Benko, Sarah Jerrom, Carol Welsman" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Gabriele Trancina Of Sailing Ships and the Stars in Your Eyes Rainchant Eclectic Records 2017 Polyglot would be an appropriate descriptor for a German-born, Parisian chanteuse, with Brazilian stylings, who is considered a cross between Ute Lemper and Tania Maria. This is what we have in Gabriele Trancina, whose fourth release ...

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News: Event

The September Concert: The Heart Of Jazz For 9/11- Now In Its 10th Year

The September Concert: The Heart of Jazz for 9/11- now in its 10th Year. On Thursday, September 11, 40 of NYC’s top jazz artists will meet at Somethin' Jazz Club, 212 E 52nd St. NYC from 7pm - 1am, to play their take on various facets of that wretched day & its aftermath. They’ll be playing ...

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News: Festival

Jazzheads Jazz Festival Took Place In New York City On May 4-5, 2012

Jazzheads Jazz Festival Took Place In New York City On May 4-5, 2012

This year Jazzheads celebrates its 20th anniversary as a label. The first annual Jazzheads Jazz Festival took place at the Players Club in New York City on May 4-5, 2012. The Players Club is the beautiful 18th century townhouse that belonged to Edwin Booth, the great Shakespearean actor and brother to John Wilkes. The townhouse has ...

Album

A Song of Love's Color

Label: Jazzheads
Released: 2010
Track listing: 01. Chante comme si tu devais mourir demain (Michel Fugain) - 5:08; 02. A Song of Love´s Color (Joe Vincent Tranchina) - 4:59; 03. Samba de una nota so (Jobim) - 4:00; 04. Today (Joe Vincent Tranchina) 05. Sing a Song of Children (Joe Vincent Tranchina) - 5:26; 06. Inutil paisagem (Jobim) - 4:25; 07. Asato Maa (Joe Vincent Tranchina) - 5:04; 08. Duermete nino bonito (traditional) - 5:07; 09. Voz (Joe Vincent Tranchina) - 4:32; 10. Solamente pasión (Joe Vincent Tranchina) - 3:59; 11. Siehst du mich (Joe Vincent Tranchina) - 6:18.

Article: Album Review

Gabriele Tranchina: A Song of Love's Color

Read "A Song of Love's Color" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Come in tutti i generi, anche nel pop-jazz c'è chi riesce a distinguersi, ad avere una marcia in più. Prendiamo ad esempio la cantante di origine tedesca Gabriele Tranchina, che qui è all'opera con un paio di musicisti di alto livello, come il batterista Bobby Sanabria (che agisce anche come produttore) ed un contrabbassista come Santi ...

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Article: New York Beat

Here's To The Ladies: Barbara Carroll, Gabriele Tranchina and Monica Mancini

Read "Here's To The Ladies: Barbara Carroll, Gabriele Tranchina and Monica Mancini" reviewed by Nick Catalano


I've had a chance to listen to recent CDs that have come in from various chanteuses and the music has been truly rewarding. Barbara Carroll is one of the true legends in jazz and her octogenarian years are being spent keeping an amazingly busy schedule. On Sunday afternoons she holds court at The Algonquin with Jay ...

Album

The Old Country

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2003


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