Jaypaul Project | Music From the Madras House

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Music From the Madras House

by Jaypaul Project

Original music from the Shaw Festival stage production of The Madras House -- a mix of classical, pop, and ambient styles featuring string quartet, keyboards and vocals.
Genre: Classical: Postmodern
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1. Halfway (His Version)
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2. Overture to the Madras House
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3. Halfway (Her Version)
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4. Halfway (Piano Solo)
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5. Halfway (Extended Version)
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Album Notes
"haunting original music..."
PULSE NIAGARA

"beautifully passionate..."
KITCHENER-WATERLOO RECORD

"elegantly haunting..."
HAMILTON SPECTATOR

music from The Madras House was written by the JAYPAUL PROJECT for the Shaw Festival stage production of The Madras House in 1999.

The JAYPAUL PROJECT is comprised of Jay Turvey and Paul Sportelli. Jay Turvey is an actor/singer based in Toronto. He has worked at the Shaw and Stratford Festivals, and has appeared in Toronto productions of Les Miserables and The Lion King. Paul Sportelli is a musical director/conductor and pianist. He is the music director of the Shaw Festival and has conducted on Broadway (Aspects of Love) and in Toronto (Beauty and the Beast).

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