Tone Poems

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For the piece of music, see Symphonic poem.
Tone Poems
Studio album by Tony Rice
Released 1994
Genre Americana, newgrass, jazz
Label Acoustic Disc
Producer David Grisman
Tony Rice chronology
Crossings
(1994)
Tone Poems
(1994)
River Suite for Two Guitars
(1995)
David Grisman chronology
Dawgwood (1993) Tone Poems
(1994)
Dawganova
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Tone Poems is an album by American musicians David Grisman and Tony Rice, released in 1994. It's a Grisman's collaboration with guitarist Tony Rice, Tone Poems. Both musicians play on different historical vintage fretted instruments on this album, creating unique sound.[2][3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. Turn of the Century
  2. The Prisoner's Waltz
  3. Sam-Bino
  4. Grandfather's Clock
  5. Good Old Mountain Dew
  6. I Am a Pilgrim
  7. Mill Valley Waltz
  8. Vintage Gintage Blues
  9. Don't Want Your Mandolins Mister
  10. Dawg After Dark
  11. Wildwood Flower
  12. Morning Sun
  13. Banks of the Ohio
  14. Swing '42
  15. Watson Blues
  16. O Solo Mio
  17. Song For Two Pamelas

Personnel[edit]

Each piece was performed on an Instrument that related to the time period of the songs writing, as to allow the listener to experience the tonal properties of the original performances.

Track 1: Martin 1-21 (1891), Gibson A-4 (1905)
Track 2: Gibson Style "0" (1923), Gibson "3-Point" F-4 (1909)
Track 3: Maurer Style 953 (c. 1915), Lyon & Healy Style A (1925)
Track 4: Stahl Style 473 (1931), Vega Style 202 Lute Mandolin (1919)
Track 5: Martin OM-18 (1931), Gibson A-2Z "Snakehead"(1924)
Track 6: Martin D-28 (1935), Gibson "Lloyd Loar" F-5 (1923)
Track 7: Martin 000-45 (1937), Gibson A-4 "Snakehead" (1924)
Track 8: Regal "Le Domino" (1930's), S.S. Stewart "Snow Queen" (1930's)
Track 9: Martin D-45 (1939), Gibson "Loar" A-5 (1923)
Track 10: Gibson J-100 (1939), Gibson "Fern" F-5 (1925)
Track 11: Gibson L-Century(1936), Martin Style 2-30 (1936)
Track 12: Gibson Advanced Jumbo (1937), Gibson F-12 (1934)
Track 13: Martin 0-18 (1937), Epiphone strand (1937)
Track 14: Selmer (1950), Gibson F-10 (1934)
Track 15: Martin D-18 (1943), Gibson F-4 (1942)
Track 16: Martin D-28 (1952), Gibson Prototype A-5 (1953)
Track 17: Santa Cruz Tony Rice Model (1993), Gilchrist Model 5 (1993)

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