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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 6, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: CD Baby
  • ASIN: B000U83ZZ4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #127,780 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

Contemporary violin music, influenced by classical and jazz, with a focus on lyricism and emotional honesty.

Customer Reviews

One should explore this CD and enjoy this musical journey!
Babs Piano
There are a few decent songs on this CD (mostly the standards), but the rest were pretty much a waste of time (and money).
Stan L. Riggin
Violinist has a beautiful and unique of expressing her talent.
A. Bonhill

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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By D. R. Brown on April 15, 2008
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I have really enjoyed "Music from a Farther Room" and so downloaded "Interlude" without noticing the negative review. I did listen to the Amazon preview and noticed a few tracks of talking I would not want to keep, but the preview failed to reveal that there was talking on some of the other tracks as well, like "Grandfather Clock." I thought these six tracks were all right: Suite Populaire, Because of Toledo, Someone to Watch Over Me, Clair de Lune, Smile, Everything Must Change. The best to my mind was Clair de Lune, but how many tracks of that do we already have?

I certainly hope Lucia will produce another album of Classical Crossover along the lines of "Farther Room", or an album of sacred music, along the lines of her two tracks in "State of Grace III," but without a vocalist.
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Alan Smith on September 21, 2008
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Hello, My name is Alan, I am a 20 years old and just downloaded the album via amazon mp3 download (saving a dollar vs itunes). So here is my review of Interlude:

I first heard Lucia when I was a Junior in High School, receiving a burned copy of Music From a Farther Room from a girl I knew, and I now have found myself enjoying the realm of classical music to this day. Taking the Violin onto the borderlines of New Age, Ambiance and Classical (Classical of course being the dominant aspect of this album); Lucia Micarelli seems to take the listener on a journey into the vast depths of the mind. I almost consider it a New Age album because of its subtle and relaxing persona, much more calming than her first album, Music From a Farther Room--which should not be expected to be found in this album! Though both albums are classified as classical, you can feel the growth of her as a person and a violinist in this album, making this album an entity of its own. There are two short conversation found within the album (The Fish and Lucia Reads from Diary), making Lucia seem more real as a person, rather than "just that person" who is a violinist--which makes a very understandable interlude that can be found in many modern, mainstream, influential albums-and this may have skewed some of the 'pure' classical viewers reviews. She also has three other songs which contain 'vocals' that are very much of an ambient genre being brought into Classical realm, these songs being Grandfather Clock; Suite Populaire Espagnole, Asturiana (which is almost an interlude, but due to it being such a short 'thought' to the intro of the song, it is very ambient); and Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (a very ambient song). I took the album for what it was and I loved it. If you're coming into this album as a conservative classical listener, Lucia might be a little to young for you, but I could be wrong. :) Enjoy the Album, it's very so much recommended.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Marie on October 7, 2009
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Lucia Micarelli is considered an American Rock Violinist (went on tour with Jethro Tull) and this album is totally in line with that. I thought the poetry tracks were great (The Fish gave me goose bumps) I think that the talking and the humor on a couple of the tracks defines who she is as a musician, and to urge someone not to buy this record simply because it wasn't what you were looking for is not a fair review of the album.

This album is for a younger generation and those who have an appreciation for the violin in what I consider an indie rock setting.

I loved it. Keep on keeping on, Lucia!
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39 of 54 people found the following review helpful By MichaelAngelo on February 17, 2008
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This CD is simply silly. Lucia and friends created a menagerie of mismatched sounds. Artistically this may have deep meaning for Lucia and those who contributed to the CD's creation but as a public offering there is little worth hearing. The compositions are basic and without flow. The CD's creators are delusional to offer this commercially. Please do not buy this CD unless you are a close personal friend of its creators. Lucia Micarelli is an amazingly talented young woman and this CD is a poor testament of her unique ability to create beautiful music.

Buy: Music From A Farther Room. You won't be disappointed.

I requested this CD as a gift after listening to Music From A Farther Room. Interlude is an unexpected disappointment. Lucia, your first CD is incredible. I have recommended Music From A Farther Room to anyone who appreciates fine music. Interlude has damaged your reputation commercially. Please forget about the progressive artistry and create another innovative, beautiful and flowing collection of music.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. J. Civello on October 22, 2011
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Quite a nice range of musical style here and Lucia always hits deep with the soul she puts into every note. There is some very happy and very sad music here. Love it all! And having seen her on stage with Groban in 2005 I picture her barefoot in her green gown every time I listen. Lucia is an emotive and powerful master of the strings.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Aletha on July 3, 2012
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Young violinists, if you want to hear violin playing that will inspire you, get this cd. Lucia Micarelli has the most amazing tone. The album is quirky, and the reading from the diary and some of the voice-overs are admittedly distractions. But her playing is phenomenal. And the musicality of this album is so stunning and joyful. It has an entirely different character than "Music from a farther room," which is also a wonderful cd.

It is young, modern, pop-cultural. For some listeners these qualities might be pluses or minuses. But for anyone who loves the violin, you will be hard-pressed to find more natural and powerful playing.

Buy it! And afterwards, learn to play these tunes yourself. This is a perfect album for Suzuki-style ear training and improvisations. The more I listen to it, the more I love it. And I'm not even young.
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