Norma Winstone - Moving Pictures

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In diverse contexts – from traditional balladry to experimental electronically-infused soundscapes Norma Winstone's voice remains an incredibly potent instrument, distinguished and distinctive. Here one of the jazz world's great vocalists speaks to Stuart Nicholson about her gradual transformation from interpreter of the Great American Songbook to quintessential English jazz singer. She discusses her unique approach to her forthcoming album for ECM, Descansado: Songs for Films (release mid-February 2018) – a suite exploring the movie music of composers such as Nino Rota, Michel Legrand and Ennio Morricone – and her revered recording debut on Joe Harriott & Amancio D'Silva Quartets Hum Dono

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