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TMT 172: Gaya Feldheim Schorr

Talk Music Talk with boice

Release Date: 10/09/2018

Gaya Feldheim Schorr is an original artist finding herself through another original artist, Connie Converse. Originally from Tel Aviv and based in Brooklyn, Gaya has been exploring the genius of Converse in a live show entitled I Have Considered the Lillies: Gaya Sings Connie that features the songs and biography of the folk musician. Disappearing in 1974, Converse never achieved notoriety for her singular art. Gaya’s interpretations will no doubt shed a deserving light on the unsung singer-songwriter.

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Gaya Sings Connie Performances:
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Connie Converse’s How Sad, How Lovely Full Album:                                                                          *****YouTube links had to be removed in accordance with Google App rules. Please search online!


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