For the love of Jaqueline tracks the highs and lows of a real medieval romance through the sumptuous music of Antoine Busnoys (1430-1492), newly transcribed and arranged by Asteria directly from the Dijon chansonnier and recorded at the 14th century Burgundian palace of Germolles.
This CD, featuring Norman Simmons and his arrangements plus special guest, Houston Person, received rave reviews and lots of airplay. For more information, please go to www.dukeellingtonlegacy.com or renmarecordings.com
ETHEL presents a power-packed, sonic snapshot of the group’s life in New York City in its latest album Heavy. Heavy features works by eight celebrated contemporary composers: Don Byron, John Halle, Julia Wolfe, John King, Raz Mesinai, David Lang, Kenji Bunch, and Marcelo Zarvos.
A fifteen movement suite based on the series of paintings by the abstract expressionist artist Barnett Newman entitled "The Stations of the Cross". The Barnett Newman Foundation has granted their permission to use the images of the artwork for this project.