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Incredibly original

I've owned this album on CD for years and it's one of my favorites. Two fantastic artists.... One a genius with the strings, the other a genius with only his voice. Together they make magic!

Beautiful Music

Mcferrin and Ma form a potent musical duo on this album. Oh, and Jedi Mind, Heavenly Divine steadily shine since '99!

Awe-inspiring Duo

McFerrin's voice is perfectly tuned with Ma's cello, weaving in and out, making you wonder if you're listening to a five-piece orchestra instead of two master musicians getting it done. So many fond memories of listening to this in college!

Biography

Born: October 7, 1955 in Paris, France

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Yo-Yo Ma is the cello's foremost contemporary proponent; while primarily a classical performer, he has also made a number of highly successful crossover recordings. Born October 7, 1955 to Chinese parents living in Paris, he began playing the cello at the age of four, later studying with Janos Scholz; in 1962, he also became the pupil of Leonard Rose at the Juilliard School, and was the recipient of the prestigious Avery Fisher Prize in 1978. A Harvard graduate, Ma made his initial impact performing...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Classical, Music
  • Released: 1992

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