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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


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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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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