Twelve For The Turning Of The Year

by Steve Kinzie

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Twelve for the Turning of the Year was self-recorded on cassette December 30 and 31, 1996 and January 7, 1997 and a decade or so later transfered to CD by Steve Biando of the University of La Verne. It was created as a gift for selected friends and not meant for wider release. The recording quality is primitive but some of the tunes, particularly settings of poems by Charles Cousley, Seamus Heaney, and Jessica Powers, have a warm place in my heart.
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released January 1, 1997

"For a Silent Poet", "Without Beauty", "The Little Nation":
Poems by Jessica Powers;
"On a Norman Crucifix": by Charles Cowsley (1632);
"The Darkling Thursh": Written at the turn of the 20th century by Thomas Hardy;
"Stravinsky": Fragments from his Petrouchka;
"Doubletake": A chorus from The Cure at Troy by Seamus Heaney.

All other words & music written and recorded by Steve Kinzie, © 1997.

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Steve Kinzie Tonasket, Washington

Steve Kinzie's poetic voice and gorgeous melodies on guitar and 5-string banjo evoke matters of justice, the eternal spirit, and peace. He lives in the Okanogan of Northern Washington.

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