035 – I’ll Get You – Glacéia Henderson & Tobias Wagner
Original version recorded July 1 1963
Ukulele Version recorded July 2012
Vocals – Glacéia Adele Henderson
Orchestration – Tobias Wagner
Ukulele – John Benthal
Arranged and Produced by Tobias Wagner and David Barratt in Berlin and New York
ABOUT THE ARTIST
GLACÉIA ADELE HENDERSON
Born in Anchorage, Alaska, Glacéia Henderson was discovered by Dalton Baldwin, accompanist for renowned opera singer Jessye Norman. Glacéia received a B.M. in Voice Performance at Westminster Choir College, Princeton, New Jersey.
Throughout her career, Glacéia has had the opportunity to work with accomplished artists from many walks of life, including Gary Haase (Chaka Kahn, Celine Dion) and Mack Hodges (Nick Cannon). Her voice has been heard in concert in Europe and various venues across the US, including New York’s Madison Square Garden. She also lent her voice to various movie soundtracks. Recently, she has appeared in her home-state as part of the Anchorage Opera’s performance of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s "South Pacific" as Bloody Mary, as well as the Opera’s joint production with Cyrano’s Theatre of "Caroline or Change" in the role of Dotty. Currently in Berlin, Glacéia performed at the Ölberg Church in Christmas and Spring recitals.
Tobias Wagner is a double Hollywood Music Awards nominated composer of contemporary classical music, film scores, as well as popular music styles and jazz. Born in Hamburg, Germany, he started to write music as soon as his fingers could reach the piano keys.
Tobias has composed for international film productions, TV shows, commercials, art exhibitions, theater productions, radio plays, video games, as well as for the concert stage. Among the artists he worked with are Whoopi Goldberg, Hans Zimmer, Anna Netrebko, and Tobias Picker, to name a few.
Currently living in Berlin, he works collaboratively on various filmscoring and song production projects.
GLACÉIA AND TOBIAS
Collaborating on songs and scores, Glacéia and Tobias enjoy fusing different styles of music from all over the world. This particular rendition of "I’ll Get You" began with the spontaneous idea to use Carmen’s Habanera as the underlying motive. The task of bending an upbeat Beatles classic into the orchestral textures of the Habanera became a worthy challenge.