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This is something of a character sketch, inspired by Aunt Line from Claude Chabrol's film The Flower of Evil (La fleur du mal). She's a complex character with a lot to hide in her past, yet she's extremely sympathetic.
released July 19, 2016
Marnen E. Laibow-Koser, piano
Recorded live in Williams Hall at New England Conservatory, Boston, Massachusetts, on 19 December 2014.
Gabriel Kahane is often compared to Sufjan Stevens and Rufus Wainwright (both of whom he’s collaborated with in the past). It’s a lot to live up to, but to that already high bar I’ll add Ben Folds and Randy Newman, if only for Kahane’s similar sense of musical theatre, playful storytelling and ability to set … Continue reading Album of the Week: Where are the Arms → Bandcamp Album of the Day Dec 19, 2011