|1.||Opening (Invisible Wings)|
|3.||Rush of Migration|
|4.||As a Teenager|
|10.||Starving Women (Dancing Backwards)|
|12.||It Was Raining|
|13.||End of Marriages|
|15.||Reality of California Dream|
|17.||Photographs with Captions|
|18.||Falling in Love|
|19.||Around the World with Fronsie|
|21.||Still out of Money|
|23.||Importance of Image|
|24.||FSA Worker Camps|
|25.||Grapes of Wrath|
|26.||Photos of South|
|31.||Camera Around Neck|
|32.||USAID Tour Invitation|
|33.||Monks (Hidden Sky)|
|34.||She in Fact Had Cancer|
|36.||Today is the Day|
This original film score steps further into the imaginative and evocative collaboration between Jami Sieber and Evan Schiller. The music pairs with Dorothea Lange s story and images in such a way as to enhance and support, yet is distinct in its texture and phrasing. From old Americana style writing to modern contemporary instrumental, this music is timeless and flows like a continuous river. Unique colors of instruments such as nyckelharpa, dobro, and lap steel guitar add to the sometimes etherial, sometimes gritty sound inspired by Lange's photography and her life story.
Jami Sieber: Electric cellist and vocalist Jami Sieber reaches inside the soul with compositions that are contemporary, timeless, lush, and powerfully evocative. She is a performer that makes transformation appear simple, taking a traditionally classical instrument and morphing it into the source of a multi-dimensional range of expressive works. Her music transforms from the deepest stillness to moving melodies and rhythms that light the soul on fire. Jami s musical path moved from classical to folk, to rock/pop to world and improvisation. Since launching her solo career Sieber has entered into dynamic collaborations with an extraordinary spectrum of dancers, actors, poets, visual artists, improvisers, vocalists, and instrumentalists that span the globe. Her compositions have been used for film, (Queen of the Sun, Climb Against the Odds, Jews and Buddism, Hope is the Thing with Feathers) theatre, (Orpheus, TS Crossing) and the popular video game Braid. This sometimes ethereal, sometimes hard-edged, musician has earned rave reviews throughout Europe, Asia, and North America.
Evan Schiller: Evan Schiller is a Seattle-based recording engineer, producer, musician and soundtrack composer and is owner of ZuluSound studio.
Featuring: Jami Sieber: electric cello, voice, keyboards Evan Schiller: keyboards, samplers, percussion, lap steel Orville Johnson: acoustic guitar, dobro, mandolin Sandra Wong: nyckelharpa, violin Natural Conclusion