Heidi Siegellold

Heidi Siegellold

BandPop

The best description I can find for my songs is heartfelt jazzy bluesy new age folk. I'm also a film composer, so I delight in writing in a wide range of genres and love branching out and trying new things.

Biography

Heidi's voice has been described as "sweet, yet soulfully powerful", "light pouring through crystal." When she was age three, she took it upon herself to sign up to sing "Rise and Shine" in a talent show. Luckily the long, scary, vaudevillian hook they had back then didn't yank her off the stage, and she's been singing ever since. Over the years, she added the violin, trombone and piano to her musical arsenal. Heidi began composing music in high school, where she placed in a national contest and wrote her school song. Since then, her original compositions have appeared in narrative and documentary films, in musical theatre and on websites.

After studying classical singing and featuring in operas for several years, Heidi transitioned over to musical theatre for a stretch. She began songwriting seriously about ten years ago and has since then been performing in clubs around North America and Europe, singing her own songs as well as jazz and blues standards.

Currently, Heidi lives in New York City with her husband, composer and producer Rolando Gori, and her almost-two-year-old "percussionist" daughter, Océane.

Lyrics

Tiny Girl

Written By: Heidi Siegell

As the soft winds of autumn
Bid bold hues to unfurl
You arrive, our cherished
Tiny girl

While the storms of winter
Bring white blizzards awhirl
We will keep you cozy
Tiny girl

Gentle moonbeams shine
Over waves of stars
May your soul feel free
May your heart know love

In the springtime you'll flower
To meet dewdrops of pearl
But for now, rest
Sleepy tiny girl

[Instrumental]

Gentle moonbeams shine
Over waves of stars
May your soul feel free
May your heart know love

As the tides of summer
Crash and tickle and twirl
Know we're always with you
Tiny girl

Know we're always with you
Tiny girl

Discography

LP: Us Lonely People