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Hopeful Heart

by Leo Gosselin

This is a lovely contemplative jazz oriented original "Stick" composition by Leo Gosselin.
Genre: Easy Listening: Mood Music
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Album Notes
Léo Gosselin is a pioneer and master of a radically new technique on strings. The
Chapman Stick Touchboard, invented by Emmett Chapman in 1974, represents a
revolution in stringed instrument technology. The “Stick” is played percussively, with
both hands free to sketch melodic lines in the manner of a keyboard.
Léo has been exploring the musical possibilities of the Chapman Stick since 1977
when, at the age of 21. Léo has received a number of federal and regional arts grants
as well as other awards for his accomplishments on “Stick.” He studied at the Dick
Grove School of Music, Los Angeles, and Capilano College in North Vancouver,
completing a Diploma in Commercial Music, as well as further studies in jazz. His
appearances include TV, radio, and many live performances including Expo ’86, the
1984 Winnipeg Folk Festival, Edmonton International Street Performers Festival in 1999
and 2001, the 1999 Pan American Games in Winnipeg, and even played for the Prince
of Wales in 1996. He has performed for a wide variety of functions, including weddings,
concerts, festivals, dining rooms, corporate meetings, as well as educational
From 2001 to 2011, Leo performed live at over 200 fine arts festivals throughout the
Southwest, including the Tempe Festival of the Arts, the Tucson Museum of Art, the
Tubac Arts and Crafts Festival, the Scottsdale Fine Arts Festival, as well as Northwest
festivals in the Washington area including Edmonds, Anacortes, Coupeville, and several
others. From 2011 to 2014, Leo performed regularly at several wineries in Southern
California as well as fine arts festivals in the Palm Springs and corporate events in the
San Diego area. In mid-2014, Leo moved back to his hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba
where he performs for many private and public events throughout the city.



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