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February 01, 2012

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mel house

I really enjoyed this interview. What an artist is Meredith! Not just her music, but her paintings as well. Tony Bennett is the only other singer that comes to mind that fits that description. And Marc, you asked all the right questions.

Mike Harris

I have long been struck by the direct, tender emotional quality of Ms. d'Ambrosio's singing---evocative for me of the late Irene Kral--- and her piano accompaniments perfectly complement this impression. At the Amazon link Marc has cited above, I have posted a brief reaction to her current release.

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