For those who can't get enough of Jaimie-Leigh, Chambre further explores the potential of this outstanding young Australian. Only 23 yrs old at the time of recording, Jaimie so impressed Ardillier, that Chambre was written specifically to showcase this beautiful voice. Jaimie is joined by the sublime Ms Heather Aston in a very special guest performance of Lay Me Down.
Influenced by the likes of STREISAND & NANCY LAMOTT, Ardillier has cut back here to create a more relaxed, piano bar feel. From the surreal atmos of Journey's to the sacred reverence of Ego Sum Exordium, you'll be "needing to come up for air when you leave this chamber of sound".
In Chambre, Ardillier further strips back her writing to string quartet with the occasional horn to support her piano & create the sound she calls her "utlimate of intimate". SomeOne Else's Child & Judgement Day remain purely instrumental in order to achieve the composer's goal of being a quieter album throughout, perfect for that small dinner party or special occasion.
Featuring simply the 10 core pieces, Chambre sits along side any great rendition of Autumn Leaves or Memories.