If I were a lake I would be still, I would be blue, I would be dark, I would be cool... Her tunes are often described as 'beautiful, gorgeous, poetic and evocative, healing our souls and our heartache with the palpable love and the poetry of the music.' 'Bluest Blue' is Patrice Haan's newest album of original songs. Suffused with lakes and the sea, half of the collection of song-paintings features harp and voice, and half showcases piano and voice. The album represents a broad spectrum of styles from meditative tone poems to jazzy blues and swing. Intuitive and poetic, 'Bluest Blue' was completed with the considerable support and talent of these musicians: Rene Worst: bass, Jeff Sanford: saxophone, Tony Marcus: guitar on Penelope & Wake Up, Jennifer Scott: piano on Edge of the Sea & Penelope, Shira Kammen (vielle), David Morris (viola da gamba) and Julian Smedley (violin) on Golden Time, Dan Reiter: cello on Thetis Lake, and Brian Rice: percussion on Edge of the Sea. David and Julian played on Altars also. 'Your singing holds the listener with the song.' Besides her intuitive and poetic harp compositions, Patrice is best known for her sultry and seductive vocal performances with Tony Marcus in the Oakland-based jazz ensemble Leftover Dreams.