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Album Review

With You Are the Ocean, Schawkie Roth has achieved his signature sound of flutes and resonating zither strings. Deborah Henson-Conant's harp improvisations are perfectly matched to the tonal style and color of Roth's flutes, and easily add depth and jewel-like accents to the heavenly glissando of the zither. The pieces are split between swirling clouds of sound defined by the zither and more classically structured pieces. "Ocean Sunrise in the Far East" is an oriental charmer, with the zither simulating a Japanese koto. The entire album easily flows from one piece to the other, and nature sounds of the sea and streams add to the relaxed atmosphere. This one's a classic.

Biography

Born: 11 November 1953 in Stockton, CA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

One of the finest (and one of the very few) jazz harpists in the world, Deborah Henson-Conant combines storytelling and vocals in her entertaining show. She played piano from age ten, and started doubling on harp when she was 13. It became her main instrument while in college and, although classically trained, she also enjoyed improvising. In 1982, she began seriously playing jazz and the following year started amplifying her harp. In 1989, Henson-Conant was signed to GRP and she...
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