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Hedvig Hanson

Chilling, colorful, unconventional. This is how you would probably portray the northern lights. It is also a quite correct description of another atmospheric phenomenon of the upper latitudes - the voice and music of Estonian jazz singer Hedvig Hanson. "You Bring Me Joy" is her fifth solo album and second international release. “There's something very "mojito" about her jazz - cool like Nordic ice, refreshing like mint, with sweet and sensual Brazilian influences in her vocals... " - Alex Kruzin (Billboard) With music and theatre running deep in her family (both her parents are celebrated performers), Hedvig took her first piano lessons at the age of 7

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You Bring Me Joy

Label: EmArcy
Released: 2005
Track listing: Tuning; Nii Orn On Oo; I'm Glad There Is You; A Little Moon; You Bring Me Joy; Dedication; Terra Incognita; When Morning Comes; Sa Tuled Taas; Bona's Lullaby; Taevas Koliseb Tahti; Somewhere.

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Article: Album Review

Hedvig Hanson and Andre Maaker: You Bring Me Joy

Read "You Bring Me Joy" reviewed by Mark F. Turner


There's some beautiful music on this new release by Estonian jazz singer Hedvig Hanson and guitarist Andre Maaker. Sultry vocals combine with warm acoustic guitar to create soothing sounds that are soulful and even therapeutic. Hanson, an acclaimed vocalist, has garnered awards and notoriety in Europe. You Bring Me Joy , her second international release, conveys ...

Album

What Colour Is Love?

Label: Rune Grammofon
Released: 2003


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