"Harpsichord Music for a Thin Place" featured in Yale Alumni Magazine

Yale Alumni Magazine, Vol LXXVI, No 3, Jan/Feb 2013

"Harpsichordist Cienniwa defines a “thin place” as the “threshold between the ordinary and the spiritual.” The delicate, plucked tones of this instrument, Cienniwa’s sure but understated execution of works by Bach, Rameau, Couperin, and Bell, and the recording’s venue—the St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Massachusetts—all combine to transport the listener to that meditative and soothing locale. Listen to it by the fireside on a dark winter’s night."

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