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Catrina Daimon Lee Catrina Daimon Lee

Was Domina Catrina Lee. Guitarist & Composer. Born in Singapore. Currently alive in Singapore. While local jazz musicians and the arts community pretend not to know her, Catrina quietly and faithfully goes her own way, creating new worlds of vision and music as she goes, undaunted by the ignorance and greed surrounding her life circumstances.

Catalog of current self-produced, self-released albums

1)The Book Of Worlds - second edition (2009) remastered. An aural book of musical possibilities spanning ambient, beyond jazz, fusion, avant-garde, post-minimalism, jazz-pop, and progressive rock genres.

2)On The Practice Of Stopping Time (2009) -a study in ambient/world meditation music in pure just intonation for MIDI virtual instrumentation.

3)Songs From The Breastbone Drum (2010) -well reviewed and critically acclaimed third album, the most illegally downloaded album in the catalog, so far. Music for acoustic guitar live, and MIDI ensembles.

4)Virtual Music (new)- New Music fusion of post-modernist classical with jazz rock 'through composed' quasi-improvised sections, for MIDI ensembles, including a chamber group setting, all in various Just Intonation tunings.

Virtual Music And Songs From The Breastbone Drum (remastered) in 24 bit FLAC available at http://indietorrent.org/catrinadaimonlee

(other titles available through direct contact with me here at AllAboutJazz)


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”...Catrina is not a household name. In a more just universe she would be.”-Robert Bush, AllAboutJazz.com
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Composer/conductor

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Album Songs From The Breastbone Drum by Catrina Daimon Lee

Songs From The...

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Shape Shifter Suite II- Invocation

Shape Shifter Suite II- Invocation

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Songs From The Breastbone Drum

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