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Elsie Bianchi - Fly Me To The Moon
CD Album
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Elsie Bianchi

Fly Me To The Moon

Sonorama

Released: 14th February 2011 | 12 track funk album
Elsie Bianchi Fly Me To The Moon - Unreleased Swiss Radio Jazz 1960-62. Newly found treasures from the Swiss DRS Radio Archives: 12 previously unreleased tracks by the venerated piano player and singer Elsie Bianchi, produced with different musical formations between 1960-1962 for Radio Zurich and Radio Basel. Unreleased LP following her great Sweetest Sound and Atlantis Blues albums, with fine arrangements for trio (with Siro Bianchi, Fritz Stahli or Kenny Schmidt) and even jazz orchestra on some recordings, including such greats as I Remember Clifford, But Not For Me, Fly Me To The Moon, Secret Love and Misty. Remastered from the original radio tapes at 24 bit/ 48 khz, comes in unique old photo cover with unreleased pictures from the vaults of Elsa and Siro Bianchi plus new liner notes. The musical journeys of Elsa Bianchi-Brunner: Awarded as a pianist on the first Amateur Jazz Festival Zurich in 1953, Elsie Brunner also impressed the audience there on accordion. Her brothers played trumpet, saxophone and other instruments in the musical family, but above all, collected all American jazz records they could find. As early as 1946 Elsie and her siblings were invited to an international accordion competition in Paris, where they won first prizes. In those early days there were also jam sessions in Zurich, from which Elsie should constitute her first own formation.