Autum In New York

Autum In New York
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Duration: 5:55
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German vocalist Gabriele Tranchina takes us on a musical journey without borders in Of Sailing Ships and the Stars in Your Eyes, her most recent and third musical production. Preceded by The Old Country (2004) and A Song of Love’s Color (2010), the disc was co-produced by Joe Vincent Tranchina and had the collaboration of a masterful quintet: Carlo De Rosa (bass), Renato Thoms ( percussion), Vince Cherico (drums) and Joe Vincent Tranchina (piano). Throughout the 12 tracks of the album released by Rainchant Eclectic Records, Tranchina moves with mastery through different rhythms such as Salsa (Autum In New York), Cha-Cha-Cha (Island Dreams), Ballads (Bossa Ballad and Blue) , the blues (Straphangin), Bossa Nova (O Morro Não Tem Vez)

Of the 12 titles of the recording, 6 are originals -composed by Joe V. Tranchina- and 6 are are-interpretations of classics composed by Henry Mancini, Milton Nascimento, George Biset, Vernon Duke and Carlos Jobim. Island Dreams is an outstanding cha-cha-cha performance by Vince Cherico on drums; Autum in New York, original by Vernin Duke, is a jazzy salsa with a deep development and sticky textures while the ballad Bossa Ballad And Blue presents Carlo De Rosa’s solo bass; Straphangin (Joe Vincent Tranchina) explores the blues while Je Crois Entendre Encore (George Biset) and bossa O Morro Não te Vez (Jobim) graduate Tranchina as an integral artist with the ability to change languages. Meglio Stasera, in Italian, Vera Cruz, in Portuguese or Ein alter Tibettepich, in German, are real gems. The latter is an interesting and sophisticated cut with introduction of rumba.

Gabriele Tranchina moves like a fish in the water for different rhythms, with an educated and wonderful voice, is able to walk through different moods, languages and musical genres. the one based in New York is an explorer by nature and this is printed in each of her songs.

German vocalist Gabriele Tranchina takes a musical journey without borders in “Of Sailing Ships and the Stars in Your Eyes” (RER 2017), her most recent and third musical production. Preceded by The Old Country (2004) and A Song of Love’s Color (2010), the album was co-produced by Joe Vincent Tranchina and featured a masterly quintet: Carlo De Rosa (bass), Renato Thoms (percussion), Vince Cherico ( drums) and Joe Vincent Tranchina (piano). Throughout the 12 tracks of the album released by Rainchant Eclectic Records, Tranchina moves with mastery through different rhythms such as Salsa (Autumn In New York), Cha-Cha-Cha (Island Dreams), Ballads (Bossa, Ballad and Blue), the blues (Straphangin ‘), Bossa Nova (Or Morro Não Tem Vez) Of the 12 titles of the recording, 6 are originals -composed by Joe V. Tranchina- and 6 are are interpretations of classics by Henry Mancini, Milton Nascimento, George Biset, Vernon Duke and Carlos Jobim. Island Dreams is an outstanding cha-cha-cha performance by Vince Cherico on drums; Autumn in New York, original by Vernon Duke, is a jazzy salsa with a deep development and sticky textures while the ballad Bossa, Ballad And Blue presents Carlo De Rosa’s solo bass; Straphangin ‘(Joe Vincent Tranchina) explores the blues while Je Crois Entendre Encore (George Bizet) and bossa O Morro Não Tem Vez (Jobim) graduate Tranchina as an integral artist with the ability to change languages. Meglio Stasera, in Italian, Vera Cruz, in Portuguese or Ein alter Tibettepich, in German, are real gems. The latter is interesting and sophisticated cut with introduction of rumba. Gabriele Tranchina moves like a fish in the water for different rhythms, with an educated and wonderful voice, is able to walk through different moods, languages and musical genres. The one based in New York is an explorer by nature and this is printed in each of her songs.

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