Musical delights mainly from continental Europe from the around the 18th century
Marie Vassiliou (soprano), Alasdair Elliott & Harry Nicoll (tenors), Lesley Holliday (flute), james Eastaway (oboe), John Trusler & Andrew Roberts (violins), Marilyn Sansom & Nicholas Roberts (cellos), Jane Clark (harpischord).
Carol is in constant demand at music festivals throughout the world and she is now regularly compared to the all-time greats like Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan and Peggy Lee.
Attila Kovacs has proven the he is and extraordinary new age, classical composer with vision. There is a nourished antiquity and in stark contrast, a revitalised modernisation to his music.
'The review dept, Independent songwriter web-magazine, Camden, NY 13316-1004, USA.'
"The brand spankin' new Fine . . . is a very pleasant listen - well-played and featuring Krueger playing various instruments with impressive end results, thought-provoking and far from preachy. In fact, the project . . . sounds terrific. . . ." - Woodstock Times
Well worth checkin' out!
She has been obsessed by music since the age of five, when she started playing the keyboard, she composes all her own music, and performs it using the Korg X3 keyboard, she also is a talented drummer, and has performed with several bands on stage.
Since sixteen, she has pursued her career and has since gained many qualifications, hence a National Diploma and Higher National Diploma in Popular Music and Sound Recording. More recently gaining a BA(hons) Degree in Popular Music.
Many people such as Vangelis, Tangerine Dream, Jon Anderson and Sting have influenced her over the years. However she is totally obsessed with the music of Queen, and worships Freddie Mercury and Roger Taylor.
Her ambitions are to compose music for films; she admires Hans Zimmer, James Newton Howard and John Barry for their film soundtracks. She would also like to compose for TV documentaries.
Matheran relaxing music is focused around the interplay between acoustic guitar and alto / soprano (?) sax, over some wonderful Brazilian rhythms. Mark Lockheart on reeds and John Parricelli on guitars plus percussion and double bass