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The Song Project celebrates Valentine's with the Web

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Mark Rapp
The Song Project, a jazz duo out of Brooklyn, NY known for their forward-thinking and out-of- the-box approaches to music and technology has released a web page optimized for the iPad and iPhone in celebration of this Valentine's weekend. 

They present a bit of dry humor with some choice quotes by Rosanne Barr to Plato and offer an original composition and a hauntingly beautiful version of My Funny Valentine. http://vday.thesongproject.net/

Their industry first product they coined as the “applum"—iPhone App + Album (where digital meets vinyl)—is innovating the way music is distributed and offers the music consumer a rich and rewarding experience. This applum, their debut CD entitled “Art of the Song, vol. 1" is presented elegantly with the iPad. It offers stunning images by an award-winning photographer (each piece complimenting the applum's tracks), the music itself, stories behind them and more, and is packaged in a freely downloadable app via the iTunes App store. The tracks themselves can also be transferred from the applum to your favored media device. 

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