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The Piano Diaries

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2012
Track listing: Freckled Angels; Innocence; Daughters of the Empire; The Artists are Leaving; Benjamin and Penelope; The Winds of Fear; Wide Open Eyes; Beautiful Old Man; Witness; Mama Buy Your Baby a Piano; Trophy Wife; The Piano at the Cabaret.

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Joanna Weinberg: The Piano Diaries

Read "The Piano Diaries" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Australian vocalist Joanna Weinberg is a difficult artist to pigeonhole in one genre. A testament to her versatility, The Piano Diaries is a very personal debut stemming from her restarting piano lessons after a three-decade hiatus, and represents a musical distillation of her eponymous autobiographical one-woman show. The dozen-song set showcases her various ...

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Joanna Weinberg: The Piano Diaries

Read "The Piano Diaries" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Joanna Weinberg's The Piano Diaries is not exactly jazz, but it is also not exactly not jazz. Intended for the small stage--appropriate, given her work in several musicals and one-woman shows--the singer/composer's music lives in that overlap between cabaret and jazz. Relocating from South Africa to Sydney, Australia in 1997, the London-born Weinberg is a true ...


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