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Chantale Gagne | Miscellany, No. 1: Etude in F Minor, Op. 10, No. 9

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Miscellany, No. 1: Etude in F Minor, Op. 10, No. 9

by Chantale Gagne

"Her music appeals to both the head and the heart" -Steve Wilson
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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This is a new project I started about a year ago when I found myself in LA for a gig. I decided to go into the studio that same weekend with my musicians, Bob Sheppard - saxophone, Corbin Jones - bass and Jason Harnell - drums. We recorded a brand new piece that I arranged and later performed in concerts, but hadn’t immortalized yet. I was very pleased with the outcome of the session and had to do something with it. Lately, I worked on finalizing the piece, mixing and mastering with drummer and producer, Quentin Baxter and it is now ready to be officially released!

Chopin's Etude in F minor, Opus 10, No. 9 is a piece I have been playing for a long time and I always thought it would make a very interesting jazz quartet arrangement. Although, I thought using a Chopin’s masterpiece would be quite humbling and even intimidating, I still wanted to give my rendition of this extraordinary classic. After several work intermissions, this arrangement came out and I was pretty delighted with the results. I was also convinced that I needed to produce this single by the positive feedback I received from the public during live performances. Hopefully, this will become the kick start to a series of pieces called “Miscellany”. Vibraphonist and graphic designer Tom Beckham was excited to participate in putting the final signature on this project with his creative and beautiful artwork. Stay tuned for more in the upcoming months and years!



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