Wednesday, January 3, 2024

Snowfall By Jacquelyn G. Kleine




Jacquelyn G. Kleine

Written by

Steve Sheppard


There is much to be said for starting the year off as you mean to go on, and this new single from flautist called Snowfall is as about as close to snow that I am ever going to see, so at least I can travel vicariously through the realms of winter with this glistening new offering from one of the finest flute performers of her day in Jacquelyn G. Kleine, and on this brand new single, the artist will draw a musical narrative that sums up her project perfectly, with a beautiful and bountiful skill set of artistic charm.

The soft pastiche of tone is gifted to us in its early stages by one of the most mesmeric instrumentations around in the Handpan, and this time its Jacquelyn’s Native American flute that cries for the nations across the footfalls of the snow filled forests and woodlands.

Snowfall is both a mournful yet inspiring new offering, one that reminds me of the early days of English based flute performer Nigel Shaw with her plea full crescendos, and the softness of her story telling style draws such a wonderful artistic description for us all as to literally bathe within.

Without doubt this is one of the most descriptive and heart felt singles that Jacquelyn G. Kleine has manifested thus far, and as such I can see a huge snowball of success rolling down the hill for this great new single entitled Snowfall for the artists, charts beware this one is bound for glory.

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