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Amber and Trinita

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€ 58,00

Product ID: KM6 42403
By Doug Beach

Kendor Music
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Jazz - Swing
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Jazz Ensemble
Level: 3

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Commissioned by noted jazz educator Dr. John Bradley, this sizzling Latin chart features an abundance of ensemble work, an open solo section (written trumpet solo provided), and a lyrical melody that will stay with listeners long after the last note is played. A solid sense of time from the rhythm section and crisp articulations from the horns are vital throughout.

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Amber and Trinita
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Doug Beach (1948-)

Doug Beach has built a career that includes performing (trumpet), teaching, adjudicating, publishing and composing. Inspired by his interest in playing, writing and teaching, in 1975 he established the publishing company which bears his name. Three years later, Doug joined the faculty of Elmhurst College in Illinois as director of jazz studies. In the years since, his college band has toured Europe often and has appeared with jazz greats Clark Terry, Diane Schuur, Nicholas Payton, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Peter Christlieb, lee Konitz, Louie Bellson, Bobby Shew and others. In great demand as a clinician and adjudicator throughout the U.S. and Canada, Doug has also been artist-in-residence on two different occasions for the Illinois Arts Council. In 1996, the Count Basie Orchestra and New York Voices recorded his arrangement of “Cottontail” on a CD that went on to win the Grammy Award for best large jazz ensemble.
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