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Love Sublime: Songs for Soprano and Piano

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Interesting Music That Somehow Fails To Move

It took me a while to ‘get’ this CD. When I first picked it up I was expecting something more along the lines of Fleming’s jazz recording, Haunted Heart, as this CD was in the jazz section of the store and Brad Mehldau is a well known jazz composer/performer. This CD could be nothing further from that. The compositions are a strange fusion between classical music and jazz, lying more on the classical side. I would actually venture to call the music “jazz lieder”. The music is obviously very intelligently structured, although Mehldau hasn't yet found his signature sound yet. The songs boast some of the best lyrics of any art songs around drawing from Rainer Maria Rilke's philosophical poems. Mehldau responses to the texts are thoughtful and varied in texture. Unfortunately, much of the language gets lost in Fleming’s performance. And although I am a Fleming fan, I don’t think she was able to connect with these pieces. Her performance, although containing a polished steady sound, seemed too dignified, too cool, too detached. The songs needed a little more grit, a little more pain in them to give them life. I give Mehldau full marks for his writing but the performance itself is wanting. This CD is worth a listen if you are interested in innovative composition but you won’t walk away with the music in your head or your heart.

simply gorgeous

this is some of the most gorgeous music ive ever heard renee sing. amazingly gorgeous.

WHAT is she trying to say????

I'm sorry. I came into this thinking that this could be a great album but it seems to be a lame classical parody. For god's sake--enunciate! It does no good to project your voice if we can't understand you. I gave this one star because there is no lower mark but this tired dog needs to be put to sleep.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 23 de agosto de 1970 en Jacksonville, FL

Género: Jazz

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Brad Mehldau es probablemente el mejor y más influyente pianista de jazz surgido en la década de los noventa. Músico de formación clásica, Mehldau comenzó a interesarse por el jazz en su adolescencia. Tras integrar la banda de Jimmy Cobb y tocar con el Joshua Redman Quartet, en 1994 creó su propio trio y grabó su primer álbum para Warner Bros, Introducing Brad Mehldau. Poseedor a la vez de un estilo lírico e introspectivo y de un espíritu curioso abierto a colaboraciones con artistas tan diversos...
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