Anna Mignon solo   ANNA MIGNON - voice, piano, effects & composition In   Anna   Mignon's   music   different   musical   levels   meet:   singer- songwriter,   jazz,   pop   and   electronic   (vocal)   effects   are   entwined creating   a   coherent   sound   construct.   Lyrical   melodic   lines   merge with     jazzy     sound     surfaces     in     minimalist     arrangements. Furthermore,   Mignon's   distinctive   voice   rises   sometimes   fragile, breathy,    in    other    times    she    is    calling,    speaking,    whispering, croaking,   or   -   in   a   moment   of   ecstasy   -   fervently   exploring   the ups   and   downs.   However,   the   focus   is   always   on   the   lyrics,   in which   the   singer   and   composer   tells   of   seemingly   insignificant observations,   but   also   of   intimate   snapshots   that   reach   inward, touching and stimulating the heart and brain. Additionally,   her   repertoire   of   texts   also   includes   lyrics   that   make one   smile;   such   as   her   musical   settings   of   selected   poems   of   the humourist Wilhelm Busch. (press release)
    worttönen     ANNA MIGNON - voice, piano, effects & composition LENA RUBEY - lyric poetry & short prose works The   singer   and   composer   Anna   Lindenberger,   alias   Anna   Mignon and   author   Lena   Rubey   make   common   cause:   In   their   project, they   combine   their   works   into   an   atmospheric   collage;   in   the emerging   word   and   sound   setting,   texts   and   songs   engage   in   a dialogue and challenge each other to create new perspectives. Mignon's   and   Rubey's   texts   describe   interpersonal   relationships, portray   snapshots   and   create   abstractions   of   the   personal.   With a   dark,   powerful   voice,   the   singer   is   able   to   bring   her   lyrics   to life   and   to   create   moments   of   intensity   from   which   the   listeners cannot    escape.    In    between,    Rubey    scatters    lyrical    bits    and fragments   of   text   making   it   intellectually   a   bit   challenging   for   the audience   here   and   there.   Rhythm   and   sound   of   the   words   are given room to linger. (press release)
Copyright: Livia Braun                                                                                                                                      Copyright: Lukas Lindenberger
    Anna Mignon & Band  
ANNA MIGNON - voice, carillon, composition
MARTIN ZAUNSCHIRM - piano
MICHAEL SCHÖNER - bass
CHRISTIAN KURZ - drums The   three   musicians,   Christian   Kurz   (dr),   Michael   Schöner   (b) and    Martin    Zaunschirm    (p),    around    the    jazz    singer    and composer   Anna   Lindenberger,   alias   Anna   Mignon,   got   to   know each   other   after   their   musical   studies   and   as   of   2010   they   began to   create   a   joint   musical   program.   Lyrical   melodies   are   tastefully combined   with   the   dazzling   world   of   jazz   resulting   in   catchy tunes.   The   collaborative   arrangements   range   from   minimalist instrumental    fragility    to    colourful,    musically    dense    climaxes: sometimes   delicate   and   fragile,   sometimes   strongly   rhythmic, the   lyrics   at   centre   stage   tell   of   moments   which   get   under   the skin;   whether   of   the   exhilarated   sense   of   security   that   can   be found   in   a   hug,   the   longing   for   a   past   love   or   the   self-discovery phase    experienced    during    adolescence.    The    songs    invite    to dream or think, but also make one smile every now and then. In   2015,   the   band   presented   their   first   CD,   an   EP   called   "Little Bird",   in   the   former   “Wiener   Ostclub”.   The   title   song   of   the   CD appeared   on   the   international   platform   BALCONY   TV   and   in   the show   "Salon   Schräg"   on   SCHAU   TV;   additionally,   the   Viennese radio   station   RADIO   ORANGE   presented   the   project   as   well   as the debut EP. (press release)
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 Anna Mignon & Band  
ANNA MIGNON - voice, carillon, composition
MARTIN ZAUNSCHIRM - piano
MICHAEL SCHÖNER - bass
CHRISTIAN KURZ - drums The   three   musicians,   Christian   Kurz   (dr),   Michael   Schöner   (b)   and Martin   Zaunschirm   (p),   around   the   jazz   singer   and   composer   Anna Lindenberger,   alias   Anna   Mignon,   got   to   know   each   other   after   their musical   studies   and   as   of   2010   they   began   to   create   a   joint   musical program.   Lyrical   melodies   are   tastefully   combined   with   the   dazzling world   of   jazz   resulting   in   catchy   tunes.   The   collaborative   arrangements range    from    minimalist    instrumental    fragility    to    colourful,    musically dense   climaxes:   sometimes   delicate   and   fragile,   sometimes   strongly rhythmic,   the   lyrics   at   centre   stage   tell   of   moments   which   get   under the   skin;   whether   of   the   exhilarated   sense   of   security   that   can   be found   in   a   hug,   the   longing   for   a   past   love   or   the   self-discovery   phase experienced   during   adolescence.   The   songs   invite   to   dream   or   think, but also make one smile every now and then. In   2015,   the   band   presented   their   first   CD,   an   EP   called   "Little   Bird",   in the   former   “Wiener   Ostclub”.   The   title   song   of   the   CD   appeared   on   the international   platform   BALCONY   TV   and   in   the   show   "Salon   Schräg"   on SCHAU   TV;   additionally,   the   Viennese   radio   station   RADIO   ORANGE presented the project as well as the debut EP. (press release)
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Copyright: Livia Braun                                                                                                    opyright: Lukas Lindenberger Copyright: Natascha Uccisic
  Anna Mignon solo   ANNA MIGNON - voice, piano, effects & composition In    Anna    Mignon's    music    different    musical    levels    meet:    singer- songwriter,    jazz,    pop    and    electronic    (vocal)    effects    are    entwined creating   a   coherent   sound   construct.   Lyrical   melodic   lines   merge   with jazzy    sound    surfaces    in    minimalist    arrangements.    Furthermore, Mignon's   distinctive   voice   rises   sometimes   fragile,   breathy,   in   other times   she   is   calling,   speaking,   whispering,   croaking,   or   -   in   a   moment of   ecstasy   -   fervently   exploring   the   ups   and   downs.   However,   the   focus is   always   on   the   lyrics,   in   which   the   singer   and   composer   tells   of seemingly   insignificant   observations,   but   also   of   intimate   snapshots that reach inward, touching and stimulating the heart and brain. Additionally,   her   repertoire   of   texts   also   includes   lyrics   that   make   one smile;   such   as   her   musical   settings   of   selected   poems   of   the   humourist Wilhelm Busch. (press release)
  worttönen   ANNA MIGNON - voice, piano, effects & composition LENA RUBEY - lyric poetry & short prose works The   singer   and   composer   Anna   Lindenberger,   alias   Anna   Mignon   and author    Lena    Rubey    make    common    cause:    In    their    project,    they combine   their   works   into   an   atmospheric   collage;   in   the   emerging   word and   sound   setting,   texts   and   songs   engage   in   a   dialogue   and   challenge each other to create new perspectives. Mignon's    and    Rubey's    texts    describe    interpersonal    relationships, portray   snapshots   and   create   abstractions   of   the   personal.   With   a   dark, powerful   voice,   the   singer   is   able   to   bring   her   lyrics   to   life   and   to create   moments   of   intensity   from   which   the   listeners   cannot   escape.   In between,   Rubey   scatters   lyrical   bits   and   fragments   of   text   making   it intellectually   a   bit   challenging   for   the   audience   here   and   there.   Rhythm and sound of the words are given room to linger. (press release)