Diana Robinson

Diana Robinson

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Pop - Easy Listening | New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 105   
Member Since: 2006
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Borrowing Memories

13 Original vocals ranging from country, rock and folk styles

Back On Track

This collection of instrumentals reflects my changing recording equipment and interests. The tunes range in style from solo piano to elaborate...

Chills

All tracks written, performed, produced, recorded and mixed by Diana Robinson.

Diana uses a Macintosh Dual G5 running Cubase SX...

Diana Robinson Plays the Music of Joe Belcastro

All tracks on this CD were produced, arranged, performed, recorded
and mixed by Diana Robinson.

Vocal tracks sung by Karen...

Diana Robinson Plays the Music of Alec Wilder

Alec Wilder (1907-1980) was born in Rochester, New York and briefly studied composition at the Eastman School of Music. Much has been written about...

Diana Robinson Plays the Music of Marian McPartland

Most people know Marian McPartland more from her many jazz recordings and her long-running Piano Jazz National Public Radio program than for her many...

Sea Dreams

All tracks written, performed, produced, recorded and mixed by Diana Robinson (except 'Vocalise' which Diana adapted from Rachmaninoff).

Diana Robinson Plays the Music of Marian McPartland

Jazz - Contemporary

Most people know Marian McPartland more from her many jazz recordings and her long-running Piano Jazz National Public Radio program than for her many compositions. Marian has collaborated with an astonishing catalog of lyricists including Loonis McGlohon, Irving Caesar, Peggy Lee and Johnny Mercer, to name a few. Her best-known tunes include "Twilight World" (lyrics by Johnny Mercer, sung by Tony Bennett) and "In the Days of Our Love" (lyrics by Peggy Lee, sung by Cleo Laine). Her composition, "Threnody," was written for pianist Mary Lou Williams. Harmonically sophisticated, yet extremely moving, Marian's tunes provide a wide range of musical material for performers and arrangers. Diana's arrangements and performances were recorded on a Macintosh G5 using Cubase SX, MOTU 896HD, Stylus RMX, Fxpansion's BFD, Miroslav Philharmonic VST, Spectrasonics Trilogy, a Kurzweil K2000R and a Yamaha P120 keyboard controller.

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