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Jocelyn Montgomery with David Lynch

Jocelyn Montgomery with David Lynch

Jocelyn Montgomery with David Lynch


Jocelyn Montgomery started playing the fiddle when she was six. Her grandfather was a Scottish fisherman and fiddle-maker. In 1991, Katharine Blake, Kelly McCusker and Jocelyn Montgomery met at England's Purcell School of Music. The trio formed the group Miranda Sex Garden. They soon caught the attention of Barry Adamson (featured on the soundtrack to Lost Highway). Adamson had them sing on his soundtrack to the 1991 film "Delusion" which led to a record deal with Mute Records. Read more on Last.fm
Jocelyn Montgomery started playing the fiddle when she was six. Her grandfather was a Scottish fisherman and fiddle-maker. In 1991, Katharine Blake, Kelly McCusker and Jocelyn Montgomery met at England's Purcell School of Music. The trio formed the group Miranda Sex Garden.

They soon caught the attention of Barry Adamson (featured on the soundtrack to Lost Highway). Adamson had them sing on his soundtrack to the 1991 film "Delusion" which led to a record deal with Mute Records. Their debut album was entitled "Madra," which was comprised of mostly acapella madrigals before taking a more ethereal and at times industrial feel with the "Iris" Ep. In the fall of 1996, Jocelyn and co-producer Heidrun Reshoeft took a trip along the Rhine river valley to explore the historical sites of Hildegard von Bingen's life: Disibodenberg, the convent Hildegard entered at the age of eight; Eibingen, the second convent she founded, where today nuns still live and work in the monastic daily routine of Hildegard's time; Rupertsberg in Bingen, where in her late 40's Hildegard founded her own convent, and lived and worked until her death in 1179. It is at the monastery after a performance of Hildegard's songs by Jocelyn that the idea of producing an album of Hildegard's music from a unique, modern perspective takes shape. Jocelyn's manager said Jocelyn's interpretation required a composer who could take you to different levels of consciousness.

So in David Lynch he saw the most ideal artist to create this musical soundscape with a great sense of spirituality guided by Hildegard's timeless, meaningful visions.. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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