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One of Jeremy’s early albums, a modern jazz record of mostly original tunes

Winner of the 2006 Detroit Music Award for Outstanding Jazz Recording

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The Musicians

Jeremy Kittel, violin

Dann Friedman, tenor saxophone

John Nam, piano

Andrew Kratzat, bass

Chad Hochberg, drums

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Praise for Jazz Violin

Jazz Violin goes from swinging to sentimental, all of it orchestrated expertly by a young man who’s clearly double trouble in the violin world. - Roger LeLievre, The Ann Arbor News

 

Kittel seems destined to be a world-class talent, and Jazz Violin is the ear-catching debut of a formidable jazzer. Unlike the shiny, violinistic Euro- sound of Stephane Grappelly or Mark O'Connor, and equally unlike the rough-at-the-edges stridency of Stuff Smith or Regina Carter, Kittel has almost miraculously found an original, signature sound: dark, preternaturally lean and hornlike, a perfect instrumental voice for jazz and not really like anyone else's. - Chris Rietz, Lansing State Journal


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Jazz Violin - Digital (2005)

Jeremy Kittel

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Jujette 6:25

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Give 9:15

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Blues for Herb 7:59

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Yes and No 4:44

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Night Muse 7:57

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Moment's Notice 4:00

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Sound Advice 8:01

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Oblivion 3:23

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Sweet Sentimental Song 8:05

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Let Go 5:58

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Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

One of Jeremy’s early albums, a modern jazz record of mostly original tunes

Winner of the 2006 Detroit Music Award for Outstanding Jazz Recording

-

The Musicians

Jeremy Kittel, violin

Dann Friedman, tenor saxophone

John Nam, piano

Andrew Kratzat, bass

Chad Hochberg, drums

-

Praise for Jazz Violin

Jazz Violin goes from swinging to sentimental, all of it orchestrated expertly by a young man who’s clearly double trouble in the violin world. - Roger LeLievre, The Ann Arbor News

 

Kittel seems destined to be a world-class talent, and Jazz Violin is the ear-catching debut of a formidable jazzer. Unlike the shiny, violinistic Euro- sound of Stephane Grappelly or Mark O'Connor, and equally unlike the rough-at-the-edges stridency of Stuff Smith or Regina Carter, Kittel has almost miraculously found an original, signature sound: dark, preternaturally lean and hornlike, a perfect instrumental voice for jazz and not really like anyone else's. - Chris Rietz, Lansing State Journal


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