Erica von Kleist | Alpine Clarity

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Alpine Clarity

by Erica von Kleist

A musical journey through the mountains of Montana, as told by flautist Erica von Kleist, featuring Gerald Clayton and many other special guests.
Genre: Classical: Modernist
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1. Pièce En Form De Habanera
Erica von Kleist & Gerald Clayton
4:31 album only
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2. Study No. 8
Erica von Kleist & Richie Barshay
5:04 album only
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3. Canzonetta
Erica von Kleist & Gerald Clayton
2:53 album only
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4. Study No. 6
Erica von Kleist
2:53 album only
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5. Deke
Erica von Kleist
5:54 album only
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6. Alpine Clarity
Erica von Kleist & Rebecca Nelson
4:04 album only
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7. El Choclo
Erica von Kleist & Don Caverly
4:59 album only
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8. The Winter's Willow
Erica von Kleist & Gerald Clayton
5:06 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
After living in NYC for twelve years, Erica von Kleist found peace and tranquility in the gorgeous mountains of Northwestern Montana. There she gained the clarity to produce her third album Alpine Clarity, a musical representation of the crisp, clean wilderness, and Erica's first all-flute record. Featuring Gerald Clayton (piano), Richie Barshay (cajon), Rebecca Nelson (wood flute) and Don Caverly (bass), Alpine Clarity is neither a jazz nor classical album. It is, as Erica calls it, "interpreted" music. The album features some traditional "classical" repertoire for flute and piano, but interpreted by improvisers who are influenced by jazz, Latin, and Brazilian, and modern music.

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