Sarah Lemieux | Triune (Op. 7)

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Triune (Op. 7)

by Sarah Lemieux

Lush, creative, romantic impressions, melody poems and neo-sonatas for guitar, high-strung guitar and mandolin.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Zingharese (Nomads' Larghino)
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2. Moderato in E, "In Her Youth Your Grandmother Danced Shoeless."
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3. Limerent Fool / Allegretta a Capriccia
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4. Tumble Me to Seaglass / My Heart Is Full of Water
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5. Sarabande for Drowned Hearts
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6. The Champagne's All Gone Adagio
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7. Curiosity Rondelet
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8. Barefoot (Lento) in the Kitchen [Allegro]
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9. We Can Live
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10. Hope Jangles Her Spurs
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Triune Op. 7 was a challenge I set for myself: to compose and record ten songs in ten days, that sustained a narrative, melodic, harmonic and emotional relationship to one another; to convey a story arc completely without words; to do it all in complete takes and each song in a single evening - no comping, no punch-ins, no pitch-correction, just a little mixing and reverb, and limited to using only my guitars and mandolin. (Left to my own devices, I'll compose for every existing and imaginary instrument and then mope when I can’t find an oboe player immediately).

I was inspired and informed by the glorious diverse array of the music that I love, and that nourishes me - you might hear echoes of Debussy, Rachmaninoff, and Bach, but also of the Meters, Bonnie Raitt, Stephen Stills, Pierre Bensusan and Daniel Lanois; Django, Jimi, Bessie, and everyone else in the grand heavenly orchestra.

Here's a little about me, from my website, www.sarahlemieux.com.

This is how it came about: Sarah LeMieux grew up in an exuberantly eclectic musical family. Her mother tended toward French folk, and her father played the blues - and when her little brother arrived, he kept everyone awake with the drums. After earning her BA from New York University, Sarah stayed in New York working as a session vocalist and guitarist - both in the studio, and as a hired support performer. NYC has a diverse and vibrant music scene, and it presented her with opportunities to interpret, create and absorb a broad spectrum of music.

Sarah came home to Connecticut after the birth of her first child and began producing and performing her own original material. She managed to earn an international reputation and BSMF Records in Japan began releasing her albums to radio stations world-wide. She garnered some pretty nice reviews for performances at the National Women in Blues Festival, Mamapalooza festival, and International Women Arts (SWAN) Day Festivals. Most recently, The Sarah LeMieux Quintet won "Best Jazz" at the 2014 Connecticut Music Awards.

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