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Wild Lines: Improvising Emily Dickinson

Wild Lines: Improvising Emily Dickinson by Jane Ira Bloom buy album

Jane Ira Bloom

Label: Outline
Released: 2017
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Track Listing

CD 1:
Emily & Her Atoms; Alone & in a Circumstance; Other Eyes; Singing the Triangle; Mind Gray River; One Note from One Bird; Cornets of Paradise; A Star Not Far Enough; Hymn: You Wish You Had Eyes in Your Pages; Wild Lines; Say More; Bright Wednesday; Big Bill; It’s Easy to Remember.
CD 2 (music & poetry): Wild Lines; Emily & Her Atoms; Alone & in a Circumstance; One Note from One Bird; Dangerous Times; A Star Not Far Enough; Singing the Triangle; Mind Gray River; Cornets of Paradise; Other Eyes; Say More; Hymn: You Wish You Had Eyes in Your Pages; Bright Wednesday; Big Bill; It’s Easy to Remember.

Personnel

Jane Ira Bloom
Jane Ira Bloom

saxophone, soprano

Additional Personnel / Information

Jane Ira Bloom: soprano saxophone; Dawn Clement: piano; Mark Helias: bass; Bobby Previte: drums; Deborah Rush: voice.


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