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TangleTown Trio

Song Nouveau CD -- Available NOW!

 

Use the links at right to buy a physical CD (with all the artwork and notes!), a digital download MP3 of the whole album, or individual tracks.

 

What's the fuss all about? Here's what people are saying:

 

“…the performances are just superb. Each produces a beautiful, consistent and seamless sound - and together they blend into something much more than a trio; it is more like a single person with three simultaneous voices. They clearly all share the same artistic inclination and purpose.”

 

“I will simply say that "I Wonder How an Island Feels" is just incredible. Yes, the performance is sublime, each adding and contributing to a very satisfying whole. More so, however, is the just plain beauty of the music. It is haunting and keeps with one for a long, long time. The words are nearly Dickinsonian in their power and depth and economy.”

~Bern Herbolsheimer, BMI composer

 

 

Praise for "Rumpelstiltskin and the Falcon King":

 

"I don't like opera, but I like this!"

~Adele, age 7

 

 

 

We had a blast in our recording sessions for Song Nouveau, and we're thrilled with the finished product. Music from the album has already been featured on KING FM in Seattle, KWAX in Eugene, and CKWR FM near Toronto, Canada. Yes folks, that makes us international!

 

 

Sheet music by LarkFrost Publishing -- Coming soon!

 

 
 

About Song Nouveau

 

Why Song Nouveau?

 

Song Nouveauat its most literal means “New Song”, celebrating that this concert is comprised almost solely of new music. Most of the concert features brand new works byMark Olivieri and Sarah Mattox.

 

For the TangleTown Trio, Song Nouveau carries another meaning. The Art Nouveau movement that flourished at the turn of the 20th century began in part as a reaction to the academic art of the 19th century. Spanning architecture, sculpture, furniture and almost all visual arts, Art Nouveau usually incorporated elements of nature, and emphasized bringing art into everyday life. Song Nouveau strives to combine these same elements, programming songs of nature and life which are immediately accessible to the audience.