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Noa on stage in Tel Aviv performing Little Lovin’ out of her Letters to Bach album. Lyrics by Noa (Achinoam Nini) Music: Invention #4 J.S.Bach
Listen on Spotify, ITunes, Amazon , more “Letters to Bach” was born from a deep admiration for the genius of Johann Sebastian Bach. Our first encounter with Bach as songwriters was 25 years, when I wrote non-religious lyrics to the …
Noa’s Letters to Bach is fully explained in this short electronic press kit. Enjoy!
An introduction to “Letters to Bach” , from Noa’s home studio.
Some amazing artists and writers have sent their compliments for the release of “Letters to Bach”. Quincy Jones, who is the album’s executive producer Joaquin Sabina, Spanish singer, songwriter and poet David Grossman, Author Mira Awad, Singer and Artivist Dee Dee Bridgewater, American Jazz Vocalist …
In the following clips, Noa talks about “Letters to Bach”, including song-by-song discussion and the story behind her collaboration with Gil Dor and Quincy Jones.
Some of Noa’s most memorable stage performances of recent years.
“No, Baby” is the first clip from Letters to Bach. Created by: Guy Hirsch Music: J.S. Bach Lyrics: NOA Arranged by: Gil Dor
Back in 1997, Noa was on stage with Johnny Clegg and performed with him, Bob Marley’s Mega Hit: “Get up, stand up” at the “Festival de Nyon”, in Switzerland.