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Elements – a music album featuring George Brooks on saxophone, Kala Ramnath on violin and Gwenyth Wentink on harp – is cool, calm and soothing. The album is aptly named Elements. Gwenyth Wentink enchants us with European notes from her harp that sound like lilting waters of a brook. George Brooks’ unmistakable and strident saxophone brings the distinctive fire of American Jazz, and Kala Ramnath’s violin fans those flames ever so gently with beautiful melodies from the Far East. The three musicians come together in perfect harmony of earthy tones and take you through a wonderful journey around the world. This is must-buy music that will nourish your soul.

Biography

Born: New York City, NY

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s

Saxophonist George Brooks is an eclectic and genre-crossing instrumentalist with a bent toward mixing jazz fusion and Indian classical music. Born in New York City, Brooks studied with saxophonist Frank Foster before earning his Bachelor of Music from the New England Conservatory of Music. Beginning in the 1980s, Brooks developed an interest in Indian classical music and even traveled several times to study with master Hindustani vocalist and teacher Pandit Pran Nath. This led to an association with...
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