HOW This Muse felt when she learned
Aoede is Nominated for COMPOSER/SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR!
(Aoede WON Best Folk-Acoustic Artist, Album of the Year 2012; Top 5 Nominee for
Singer-Songwriter and Folk-Acoustic Artist 2013!)
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|"Sniderman and her
talented troupe of singers, character voices and musicians gallantly travel through
this ambitious undertaking. Listeners will recognize when some of Sniderman’s
characters borrow traits from the greats who have gone before–Yoda, Gollum
and Dobby, for example. The Dream Sequence reminded some of the playful and witty
dialogue from Luc Besson’s The Fifth Element. We applaud the creative effort
and hope that Sniderman will work to further home her structure story and develop
her characters to carry on in future fantasy adventures."
— Parents Choice, Parents Choice-Recommended Award-Storytelling|
|"If this album were
any better it would be on Broadway.. a luscious rainbow of music, story, characters
and adventure that will mesmerize children and entertain adults… magical worlds
of music, tales, characters, excitement, concern, love and joy. Her albums are ostensibly
for children, but really, the music is so sophisticated and the artists she joins
with and directs are so talented that adults get lost in them…"
— Patrick O'Heffernan, Vents Magazine|
|"Delving back into
the Wonderhaven fantasy realm, she creates vividly inventive portraits of fairy
and goblin characters prompted by a “nyxmare” to which creative children
who spend hours in imaginative play will naturally gravitate... one could easily
imagine how this airy and fantasy-filled album would translate into a children’s
TV show or a movie... Hints of indie pop’s Feist, Lisa Loeb , Susannah Hoff
and Ingrid Michaelson influences weave in and out like Renaissance festival ribbons
on several tracks. There’s even a little reggae on “All This Mess”.
During Aoede’s excursion to the underworld to prevent the white witch from
winning, children will automatically become invested in how this story ends. For
parents who enjoyed the Narnia, Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter fantasy series,
this album falls well within this genre. Will Aoede triumph in the end? The album
will keep the audience enthralled enough until the end to find out."
— Carlita, Music Emissions|