Speaker - Elizabeth Ziman

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Elizabeth wrote her first song at age six, banging out melodies on an old upright in a Greenwich Village laundry room. A born romantic, Elizabeth transformed the music of Debussy, molding it to the driving rhythms of the washer and dryer. With Debussy and Bach on her left and the Beatles just to her right, Elizabeth quickly developed a sound all her own. Her "Baroque" pop songs have frequently been compared to those of Rufus Wainwright, Fiona Apple and Laura Nyro. Elizabeth has performed extensively with her band, The Catapult (Dan Molad, Pete Lalish and Matt Wigton) around NYC.

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A Public Radio International Program

07.07.07 | 01:08:57 min | 1 comment