The Constant Passage of Time

The Constant Passage of Time

On American Dreams (2010) and Songs of Shadow, Songs of Light: The Music of Joni Mitchell (2014), the Bay Area vocalist (and Chair of the Vocal Program at Berkeley’s California Jazz Conservatory) bonded with a tight, accomplished, versatile and deeply compatible cast of players, almost all of whom return here for a third inspired outing, The Constant Passage of Time.
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Continuing a probing musical conversation that has evolved over decades of artistic collaboration, Antonioli reunites with piano legend Richie Beirach to explore freshly reimagined standards, spontaneous inventions, and Beirach originals enriched by her eloquent lyrics.
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Songs of Shadow, Songs of Light: The Music of Joni Mitchell

Antonioli explores the rich layers of Joni Mitchell’s music, unearthing fresh emotional insights and submerged musical ideas while turning each song into her own revelatory tale. She leaves no doubt about her ability to put a personal stamp on Mitchell’s most soul-baring songs.
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American Dreams

Unlikely jazz fare like the cowboy lament “Dreary Black Hills” and “America the Beautiful” mingles with Antonioli’s extraordinary collaborations with Austrian pianist/composer Fritz Pauer, best known to American jazz fans as the longtime accompanist of trumpet legend Art Farmer.
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The Duo Session

This critically acclaimed recording emerged from Antonioli’s long-running partnership with Richie Beirach, one of the most important figures in modern jazz piano. They perform a mix of Miles Davis jazz standards and Beirach’s compositions, with Antonioli’s haunting lyrics.
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Foreign Affair

Recorded while Antonioli was living in Europe, Foreign Affair features a bracing blend of post-bop jazz and Balkan music created with players from Serbia, Albania, Germany, and the United States. Antonioli’s dark voice blends in sensuous interplay, creating a genre all her own.
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Soul Eyes

The warm sound of analog recording infuses Antonioloi’s duo performance with piano master George Cables. This album from 1985 features songs from Duke Ellington to Charlie Parker, as well as original tunes revealing Antonioli’s creative approach to jazz.
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