Sometimes you don’t know what you’ll see or hear. The Tiger Lillies performed their song cycle based on Coleridge’s “Rime of the Ancient Mariner” at a Celebrate Brooklyn concert in 2013. The staging was dramatic—much of the performance was behind a scrim, with images projected onto it. (The trio has been described as “the forefathers of Brechtian Punk Cabaret,” which should have given me a sense of what to expect.) Martyn Jacques plays the piano accordion behind a sea of waves projected on a scrim.
Maryn Jacques of the Tiger Lillies plays the piano accordion behind a scrim at the Celebrate Brooklyn concert. The Tiger Lillies performed their song cycle based on Coleridge's "Rime of the Ancient Mariner".
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