Vincent Lyn | Wingsing

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Wingsing

by Vincent Lyn

The follow- up to the highly successful Grammy Nominated Jazz Album "Heaven Bound." " WingSing" is a wonderful change to the Smooth Jazz and R&B sound. Once again Lyn shows off his stylized lyrical piano technique with some beautiful original melodies.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Red Sun (feat. Gil Hawkins, Urbano Sanchez & Curtis Long)
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2. Walk On By (feat. Michelle Bradshaw)
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3. Don't Say Goodbye (feat. Michelle Bradshaw)
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4. Cote D'azur (feat. Gil Hawkins, Urbano Sanchez & Curtis Long)
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5. See You in Rio (feat. John Gerardi & Curtis Long)
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6. That's What You Do to Me (feat. Michelle Bradshaw)
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7. Be Mine Tonight (feat. Gil Hawkins & Curtis Long)
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8. Wake Me Up (feat. Gil Hawkins, Urbano Sanchez & Curtis Long)
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9. Take Flight (feat. John Gerardi & Curtis Long)
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10. The 4 Crazies (feat. Curtis Long, Gil Hawkins & Urbano Sanchez)
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11. Cantowood (feat. Curtis Long, Gil Hawkins & Urbano Sanchez)
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12. That's What You Do to Me (Reprise)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Vincent Lyn began his music studies with his musical prodigy mother in England, and then went on to study with Marion Mack at the Royal College of Music - achieving honors for piano performance. After being accepted to the London College of Music to study piano and trombone, his family came to the U.S. Where he continued his studies with Irma Iadone at Yale University Music School. Soon after Lyn was accepted to the prestigious Boston Conservatory of Music, it was here where his piano mastery developed. He majored in piano performance and studied with Jacqueline Gourdin - herself a student of the world renowned concert pianist Alfred Cortot of the Paris Conservatoire.
Lyn expanded his musical horizons at the Manhattan School of Music where he explored jazz piano performance, arranging and composition. He has played in every musical group setting - from classical orchestras to pop, rhythm and blues, funk, fusion and beyond - but a pivotal dream came true when he opened for Dizzy Gillespie at Yale University.
Music wasn't Lyn's only goal. Pursuing his love of acting, he wound up in South China, where he appeared in nineteen of the most successful films in the Golden Era of Hong Kong cinema. While co-starring alongside Jackie Chan in the international blockbuster "Operation Condor," he also composed Canto-Pop for Polygram Records - two of which hit the Asian charts' top ten.
More recently, Lyn played to an audience of 20,000 at the opening ceremonies for the first ever Martial Arts Olympics in St. Petersburg, Russia. Lyn has since been awarded by the Board of Directors of the Music Educators National Conference, and the Tri-M Music Honor Society, for furthering the cause of music education. His most notable inspirations are Oscar Peterson, Errol Garner, Herbie Hancock, Ramsey Lewis, Eliane Elias and Hiromi.
His 2011 album release of "Heaven Bouund," is what he considers the culmination of his musical journey thus far. Suitably, the album ranges from classical interpretations, jazz, Bossa nova, and samba to Afro-Cuban and contemporary ballads - the majority of which was composed by Lyn himself.
The album was nominated for two Grammy Awards. Best Instrumental Jazz Album of the Year and Best Improvisation Jazz Solo for Oscar Peterson's Nigerian Marketplace. Also in connection with the release of "Heaven Bound" in October, 2011 Vincent Lyn gave his Carnegie Hall debut to a sold out audience.

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