Frameworks Music – FWM83 – Bare Bones Cello
This collection of pieces for cello scales down the orchestration, but leaves all the fun. With the help of a walking bass, the voice of the cello explores a wide range of styles including the tango, a jig, old-timey jazz, classical, an Asian melody and even a fiddle tune.
About Stefanie Fife:
After spending much of her career recording film music in the cello sections of large orchestras for composers such as Michael Giacchino, Hans Zimmer and Danny Elfman, cellist/composer Stefanie Fife was thrilled to reduce the orchestration to just cello, and write her own music. Feeling a little lonesome without a hundred musicians around her, Stefanie asked long time friend Larry Tuttle to hold down the bass lines, and she created this album of up-tempo and quirky songs.
Lindsay Tomasic, owner of Frameworks Music, said, “Stefanie has been an awesome contributor to the Frameworks Catalog, from her album Americana (1650 By Turn of The Century) to Uplifting Underscore. Her expertise as a composer and player is undoubtedly of the highest caliber. Working on Bare Bones Cello with Stefanie gave me an even deeper appreciation of her talent and skills.”