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Idina Menzel - Live Barefoot At The Symphony (2012) Lossless

4-12-2015, 09:04
Vocal Jazz | Pop

Title: Live Barefoot At The Symphony
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Concord: CRE-33732-02
Genre: Jazz / Pop
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Total Time: 01:08:29
Total Size: 405 MB

Artist: Idina Menzel
Title Of Album: Live Barefoot At The Symphony
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Concord: CRE-33732-02
Genre: Jazz / Pop
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 01:08:29
Total Size: 405 MB


01. Life Of The Party (5:37)
02. The Professor (2:12)
03. Love For Sale / Roxanne (6:15)
04. "You Were Good" (4:55)
05. Funny Girl / Don't Rain On My Parade (6:38)
06. Asleep On The Wind (4:21)
07. Jonathan (3:29)
08. No Day But Today (3:47)
09. Poker Face (7:09)
10. Marvin's Long Lost Brother (0:49)
11. Where Or When (4:26)
12. Heaven Help My Heart (3:51)
13. Thank You (2:32)
14. For Good (3:08)
15. Defying Gravity (5:24)
16. Tomorrow (3:58)

Idina Menzel has a diverse career on the stage, in films and television, and in music. The beloved Broadway star, best known for her work in Rent, her Tony Award-winning performance as Elphaba, the green-faced Wicked Witch of the West in Wicked, and her recurring role in the hit TV series Glee, has spent much of the past two years crisscrossing the country, headlining with dozens of symphony orchestras. This past November, on the second-to-last stop on Menzel's 2011 itinerary, the star recorded her forthcoming PBS special Idina Live: Barefoot at the Symphony. On March 6th, she releases the DVD and accompanying album to the special.
The special, and the album, were captured in Toronto at Koerner Hall, a beautifully modernist, acoustically blessed, 1,100-seat space literally carved out of the city's historic Royal Conservatory of Music headquarters. Menzel performs with the 52-piece Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, one of Canada's premiere symphony orchestras, under the direction of guest conductor Marvin Hamlish (or as Menzel prefers to call him, the legendary Marvin Hamlish) and her equally accomplished music director and pianist, Rob Mounsey (who has worked with everyone from Paul Simon and Steely Dan to Madonna, Usher and Rihanna).
Though Menzel's symphony concerts have attracted sellout crowds and earned consistent critical praise, she was hesitant about the idea at first. "I've toured a lot in my life with different bands and different styles of music, but I stayed away from orchestras and symphonies for a long time, because I like to have a real intimacy with the audience, and I was afraid these big orchestras would usurp my ability to do that. But then I discovered that there's a way to work with 80 musicians and make it feel like we've all known each other for years. It was a bit of me fighting with myself, but that's what turning 40 does to you! I'm still able to explore my edgier side with songs like `Roxanne,' but do it with an orchestra, which is really thrilling."
With the PBS special and the album both completed, Menzel plans to go back on tour this summer. She also hopes to return soon to Broadway for "a brand new, original show that I'm not allowed to talk about, but really excites me." She'll also continue her exemplary work with A BroaderWay, the foundation she established with Diggs in 2010 to help inner-city girls find outlets for self-expression through arts-related programs. But, says Menzel, "my biggest project right now is trying to be a really great mom and learning how to balance family and career. I'm just trying to spend as much... (amazon)

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