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Nicole Heartseeker began playing the organ as a junior student and continued her master class studies in harpsichord and piano. She placed an emphasis on the works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Max Reger, and the preservation of historical musical traditions. During her intensive study of sa-cred organ music, she developed the desire to transfer this specific art of music-making to the pi-ano. After her training as a classical musician, Nicole Heartseeker realized increasingly unusual pro-jects. With her unique blend of classical, jazz and world music, she defies the usual notions of gen-re boundaries. Nicole Heartseeker describes her idea for the album That's Amore: "They are songs that take me into another world and touch me deeply. I didn't dare to interpret them independently for a long time. Then came Mulo. An evening with friends, lots of wine, I sat down at the grand piano. He took his saxophone, played the old melodies free of shyness and dis-solved ingrained patterns through improvisation. In the weeks that followed, we set to work on this album and went into the studio." Mulo Francel is a saxophonist and globetrotter. Furthermore known as the creative whirlwind of the ensemble Quadro Nuevo. For many years, the multiple ECHO award winner has been traveling the countries of this world playing. From Bavaria to the Balkans to Bolivia and Buenos Aires. Concert tours have taken him from Hong Kong to the opera in Cairo to New York's Carnegie Hall. Over the years, he has developed his own authentic way of playing world music. His distinctive style explores the boundaries between tango, classical, jazz and improvisation. Mulo Francel gave more than 4000 concerts worldwide, received many awards like the European Impa-la, the ECHO Jazz for the best live act and the Golden Record for the Quadro Nuevo Album Mocca Flor. The magazine Kulturnews attributed to him the "currently most sensual saxophone sound in Europe".
Nicole Heartseeker began playing the organ as a junior student and continued her master class studies in harpsichord and piano. She placed an emphasis on the works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Max Reger, and the preservation of historical musical traditions. During her intensive study of sa-cred organ music, she developed the desire to transfer this specific art of music-making to the pi-ano. After her training as a classical musician, Nicole Heartseeker realized increasingly unusual pro-jects. With her unique blend of classical, jazz and world music, she defies the usual notions of gen-re boundaries. Nicole Heartseeker describes her idea for the album That's Amore: "They are songs that take me into another world and touch me deeply. I didn't dare to interpret them independently for a long time. Then came Mulo. An evening with friends, lots of wine, I sat down at the grand piano. He took his saxophone, played the old melodies free of shyness and dis-solved ingrained patterns through improvisation. In the weeks that followed, we set to work on this album and went into the studio." Mulo Francel is a saxophonist and globetrotter. Furthermore known as the creative whirlwind of the ensemble Quadro Nuevo. For many years, the multiple ECHO award winner has been traveling the countries of this world playing. From Bavaria to the Balkans to Bolivia and Buenos Aires. Concert tours have taken him from Hong Kong to the opera in Cairo to New York's Carnegie Hall. Over the years, he has developed his own authentic way of playing world music. His distinctive style explores the boundaries between tango, classical, jazz and improvisation. Mulo Francel gave more than 4000 concerts worldwide, received many awards like the European Impa-la, the ECHO Jazz for the best live act and the Golden Record for the Quadro Nuevo Album Mocca Flor. The magazine Kulturnews attributed to him the "currently most sensual saxophone sound in Europe".
4014063433824

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Format: CD
Label: FINE MUSIC
Rel. Date: 07/15/2022
UPC: 4014063433824

That's Amore
Artist: Nicole Heartseeker / Francel,Mulo
Format: CD
New: Available $9.99
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DISC: 1

1. Anema E Core
2. That'S Amore
3. Tu Si 'Na Cosa Grande
4. Musetta'S Waltz
5. Palummella
6. Luna Rossa
7. Malafemmena
8. Dimme 'Na Vota Si
9. I' Te Vurria Vasà
10. Elisir D'amore
11. With the Poet in Italia
12. Come Prima
13. Io Vivo Come Te
14. Cäsar
15. Senza Fine

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Nicole Heartseeker began playing the organ as a junior student and continued her master class studies in harpsichord and piano. She placed an emphasis on the works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Max Reger, and the preservation of historical musical traditions. During her intensive study of sa-cred organ music, she developed the desire to transfer this specific art of music-making to the pi-ano. After her training as a classical musician, Nicole Heartseeker realized increasingly unusual pro-jects. With her unique blend of classical, jazz and world music, she defies the usual notions of gen-re boundaries. Nicole Heartseeker describes her idea for the album That's Amore: "They are songs that take me into another world and touch me deeply. I didn't dare to interpret them independently for a long time. Then came Mulo. An evening with friends, lots of wine, I sat down at the grand piano. He took his saxophone, played the old melodies free of shyness and dis-solved ingrained patterns through improvisation. In the weeks that followed, we set to work on this album and went into the studio." Mulo Francel is a saxophonist and globetrotter. Furthermore known as the creative whirlwind of the ensemble Quadro Nuevo. For many years, the multiple ECHO award winner has been traveling the countries of this world playing. From Bavaria to the Balkans to Bolivia and Buenos Aires. Concert tours have taken him from Hong Kong to the opera in Cairo to New York's Carnegie Hall. Over the years, he has developed his own authentic way of playing world music. His distinctive style explores the boundaries between tango, classical, jazz and improvisation. Mulo Francel gave more than 4000 concerts worldwide, received many awards like the European Impa-la, the ECHO Jazz for the best live act and the Golden Record for the Quadro Nuevo Album Mocca Flor. The magazine Kulturnews attributed to him the "currently most sensual saxophone sound in Europe".
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