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by Tricia Edwards

A collection of originals and new arrangements which take inspiration from jazz, classical and latin music traditions.
Genre: Jazz: Latin Jazz
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1. Trainwreck III
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2. Bernie's Tune
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3. Aslan Speaks
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4. Spring Snow
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5. Mambo Influenciado
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6. Soledad
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7. String Theory
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8. Time After Time
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9. Intaglios
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10. Alegría
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Album Notes
Intaglios is the artistic process whereby an engraving is used to print an image. In the same way, accumulated experiences and influences over time create impressions on the heart and mind. In this recording, comprised of original songs and arrangements of favourite tunes, Tricia takes inspiration from her formative years of training and performing as a classical pianist, the more recent years exploring the traditions of jazz, and also her current joy in learning from and playing with colleagues in the world of Cuban music.

Calgary-based pianist Tricia Edwards maintains a busy and diverse schedule playing and performing regularly as solo artist, in jazz combo, as professional classical accompanist and as a member of several of Calgaryʼs most popular salsa and latin bands.

Tricia earned both Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in classical piano performance from the University of Alberta and studied in summer master class programs at both the Banff Centre and Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria. She has appeared as soloist with the Vienna Sinfonietta and University of Alberta orchestras and in frequent solo and chamber music recitals in Edmonton, Abu Dhabi, and Calgary. She has been on the piano faculty at Alberta College and currently teaches at Mount Royal University Conservatory of Music.

She was the recipient of the 2009 Richard Harold Cowie scholarship, given by the Calgary Musicianʼs Association to further her jazz studies. She released her debut jazz CD “Joyspring” in March 2009.



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