Piano Piano Jeremiah Fraites
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Info for Piano Piano
Piano Piano is an achingly gorgeous set of songs, emotionally direct yet profoundly revealing. Fraites’ songwriting reaches into deeply personal spaces with moving grace and stark elegance, retaining the folk-inspired melodicism so familiar from his work in The Lumineers, transported into a more classically sophisticated setting. In addition to piano, Fraites plays nearly every instrument on the album, including guitar, drums, synths, and programming. It was co-produced and engineered by David Baron (Jade Bird, Vance Joy, Shawn Mendes) and features other collaborators such as Lumineers violinist Lauren Jacobson, cellists Rubin Kodheli and Alex Waterman, and Macedonia’s 40-piece FAME’S Orchestra.
“It’s been a lifelong dream to make an instrumental album centered around a piano,” Fraites says. “I recorded everything in my home in Denver before moving to Italy — capturing as much piano as I could late at night when the house was completely still.”
“I will never forget that time,” he adds. “These recordings are priceless to me.”
"A gorgeous, well-constructed, inspired compilation, one can predict Piano Piano could have appeal as film music. Otherwise it is a jewel of a piece that sparks the imagination, taking listeners on a stirring, beguiling journey and recharging the spirit." (theupcoming.co.uk, Catherine Sedgwick)
Jeremiah Fraites, piano
Lauren Jacobson, violin
Rubin Kodheli, cello
Alex Waterman, cello
Macedonia’s FAME’S Orchestra
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