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Kat’s Music Musings and Projects
Posted on December 12th, 2012 by Kat.
Check out the new re-issue of “Dragon Wings and Wizard Tales” by Emerald Web, on Finders Keepers Records!
This special cassette edition of Emerald Web’s Dragon Wings and Wizard Tales (1979) finally presents the debut LP by Miami based husband and wife synth enthusiasts on the choice format that came to represent the DIY new age electronic movement in the following decade. Licensed and mastered with the full co-operation from the duos own home run Stargate Records, this rare LP is the label’s only release that didn’t come out on the cassette format until now - presenting new fans with the perfect introduction to the group and genre and completing the full cassetteography for the growing number of private issue new age tape collectors currently lurking in eBay’s darkest corners.
An early seminal precursor to 1980s electronic new-age/minimal synth/relaxation music boom and a welcome feminine take on the genre (critically epitomised shortly after by the likes of Suzanne Ciani) Dragon Wings and Wizard Tales hear the multi-instrumentalist duo combine a broad range of modular synths (as found in similar formation to ambient krautrock records by Klaus Schulze) and the use of the Lyricon wind synth (as favoured by Swiss electronic pioneer Bruno Spoerri).
This LP also features seldom heard lead vocals from Kat Epple, an element in their music which later disappeared in favour of non-lingustic spiritual soundscapes and universal tantric electronics. As part of an ongoing relationship with Kat Epple, and in honour of Bob’s untimely death in 1990, this limited cassette will proceed an in-depth anthology of the duo’s extensive production work, new to Finders Keepers in the imminent future.
Posted on November 6th, 2012 by Kat.
Categories: Kat's upcoming concerts.
Date to be announced:
Kat Epple and amazing musicians in concert at the Historic Arcade Theatre in Fort Myers, FL
click here to watch a previous concert at The Historic Arcade Theatre
Are you looking for a flute player to record on your album or project?
Renowned flute player, Kat Epple, is available to record tracks on album and production tracks. Emmy and Peabody Award-winning and Grammy-nominated flutist and composer, Kat Epple, will record in her digital recording studio for your project. Instruments available: standard flute, bass flute, Native American, other native flutes, and EWI (Electronic Wind Instrument). Tracks will be delivered electronically as AIFF or WAV file format. Kat Epple is a session player for almost every style of music, and also specializes in music for film and video. Sheet music or lead sheets are not necessary. KatEpple2@comcast.net
click here for music examples
Posted on September 9th, 2012 by Kat.
“Dragon Wings and Wizard Tales” by Emerald Web (Kat Epple and Bob Stohl) re-issued on LP vinyl record July 2012
Golden era electronic music with a fantasy theme features vintage analog synthesizers, flutes, ethereal female vocals, acoustic instruments, and Lyricon. This enchanting album, Emerald Web’s first, was recorded in 1977, and has a haunting, experimental quality. Available on LP record only. Kat Epple’s online store
Posted on September 5th, 2012 by Kat.
Categories: Interviews and press.
Kat Epple specializes in creating custom music for museum exhibitions, gallery installations, educational presentations, archaeological documentaries, and historical tours. Featuring historical period music, dramatic passages, regional, interpretive, and ethnic instruments. The authentic, quality, and appropriate original music is composed to be used as background and foreground music in headset, headphone and amplified speaker systems. Interesting original music complements and enhances the voice over and helps to make the content more interesting and fun. Kat Epple music productions can work within a tight budget and time deadlines. A professional, digital, audio soundtrack can be delivered in whatever file format is required. Some of the museums and galleries featuring Ms. Epple’s music are: Metropolitan Museum of Art, Florida Natural History Museum, Randell Research Institute, Useppa Island Historical Society, Alliance for the Arts, Imaginarium Children’s Museum, Naples Holocaust Museum, Art of the Olympians, Guggenheim Museum, and The Nature Conservancy. Listen to examples here: Kat Epple on SoundCloud
Emmy Award-winning, Peabody Award-winning, and Grammy-nominated composer and flutist, Kat Epple, has performed at the Guggenheim Museum, Metropolitan Museum, United Nations, and the National Gallery. She has released 23 CDs of original music, and composes music for television, including “National Geographic”, PBS, CNN, “Nova”, and “Guiding Light”.
Listen to examples here: Kat Epple on SoundCloud
Nova - PBS
National Geographic Explorer
Carl Sagan Productions
The World I see from A to Z
“The Nazi Plan to Bomb New York City” -
Art of the Olympians Museum - PBS
Captiva Island - feature film
Domain of the Calusa - Florida Natural History Museum
Art of the Cyclades - PBS
Out of the Ashes- Holocaust Museum
Expressions - PBS
Another World -CBS
Guiding Light - CBS
Basketball Wives - MTV Reality Show
Contact at: Music@KatEpple.com
To listen to examples of Kat Epple Music Production music for fiilm, documentaries and museums, click here
Check out Kat Epple’s music on sound cloud
When: August 8, Wednesday
Where: Taste of Portugal Bistro
15 Palm Harbor Village Way,
Palm Coast, FL 32137
Time: 5:00 - 7:00 PM
Phone: Taste of Portugal - 386-447-3872 -
Price: $20 -
Space is limited so please buy your tickets in advance.
CDs:! ! CDs will be available for purchase at the concert. “Click here for article in The Palm Coast Observer about the concert
Their original music includes a variety of styles including World Jazz, blues, reggae, progressive rock, new age, Gypsy, and classical.
“Trade Routes” performs on indigenous instruments, such as Australian didgeridoo, African thumb piano, Native American flute, and Indian tabla. In addition to guitars, vocals, and loops, the band features 2 bass players! Their unusual instrumentation creates a varied and truly unique sound. www.reverbnation.com/traderoutes
Grammy-nominated, EMMY® and Peabody Award-winning, flutist and composer, Kat Epple will be playing jazz flute, EWI (an unusual Electronic Wind Instrument), and a variety of exotic flutes which she has collected in her travels throughout the world. www.katepple.com
Tickets Just $15!
Buy tickets online or at the entrance.
Seating and parking limited.
80 High Top Colony Road, Black Mountain NC
It was a great concert. Video to be posted soon.
I will be playing concerts in the Lake Lure, Asheville, and Black Mountain areas. Will post the details and dates soooon! Some events will be solo flute concert and talk (see description), plus, at other events, I will be playing with the band, “Trade Routes” (see description)
Join us for a “magic carpet ride around the world” with Kat Epple, on some of the exotic flutes she has collected from her extensive global travels. This Grammy-nominated, Emmy and Peabody Award-winning flutist and composer, will present an informal concert and conversation about the magic of the flute, how music influences us, and her musical adventures. Kat will play music from her 26 internationally-released music albums, and some of her music for television shows such as “Nova”, “National Geographic” and “Guiding Light”.
“This is definitely not a flute recital! It is fun, interesting, informative, and sometimes hilarious!”
Trade Routes is a progressive world fusion quartet whose repertoire ranges from jazz / blues and reggae to classical and world music with a dose of progressive rock blended in. The group was formed by two uniquely talented brothers, Nathan and Brandon Dyke, who inherited a deep love of music from their father, himself a prolific singer/songwriter and instrumentalist.
After years of pursuing their own musical journeys, Nathan (on drums, percussion, guitar, vocals and numerous indigenous instruments such as the Australian didgeridoo, African thumb piano, Native American flutes and Indian tabla, to name but a few) and Brandon (on guitars, loops, effects and vocals) have joined forces as their paths have once again converged. The two extraordinary players bring their own eclectic array of styles… along with a powerful bassist, Robert Nance and a superb keyboardist, Matt Foglia… into the mix that is… Trade Routes.