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Visual Music

Label: Deconetrecords
Released: 2016
Track listing: Solo Prelude; Pilasters; Harmonic Harlem; Isola; Spinario, Dead Reckoning; Hypocrite; Puzzle; St. Paul; Harlem Strut; Winter; Oulipo; This Is Not A Duet; Bacchanal; Moon Above; Virgin & Child; Ethereal Tree.

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Joan Jeanrenaud: Visual Music

Read "Visual Music" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Cellist Joan Jeanrenaud had been a member of the celebrated Kronos Quartet for more than twenty years when, she found herself sidelined with a serious health issue. Following an extended leave from music she embarked on a solo career, turning out the highly-regarded albums, Strange Toys (Talking House, 2008), Metamorphosis (New Albion, 2009) and--in association with ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Joan Jeanrenaud: Visual Music

Read "Visual Music" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Cellist Joan Jeanrenaud spent more than twenty years as a member of the experimental and always innovative Kronos Quartet. She left the group in 1999, and has since created an adventurous and captivating body work, including four previous CD releases, including the Grammy-nominated Strange Toys ( Talking House Records, 2008) and 2010's Pop-Pop (Deconet Records), in ...


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