Commissioned by the Penfield (NY) Music Commission Project, highlights in this medium-groove shuffle include written or ad lib solos for piano and alto, a unison trumpet soli accompanied by harmonized saxes and trombones, and an all-out shout that takes the chart out strong. Rhythm section parts are…
Commissioned by the Celebration Of The Arts (COTA) Festival in Delaware Water Gap, PA, this Monk-style composition at a comfortable medium swing tempo features light dynamics, subtle colors, and solos for tenor, piano and drums. Unison sax lines in several places give the ensemble sections a strong…
Contains nine complete scores currently regular fixtures in Eastman Jazz Ensemble performances and objects of study in Eastman's advanced composition and jazz arranging courses. With foreword and interview by Fred Sturm.
Fingerings by Maria Sofianska. With a thematic index, historical and performance notes, tables, and bibliography. This edition is based on the autograph manuscript and other manuscript sources. The CDs contain performances by Jeno Jando.
This edition of Bach's preludes and fugues includes information on sources, the structure of the music, ornamentation, rhythm, articulation, tempo, dynamics and more. With a thematic index. Fingering by Maria Sofianska.
With an introduction, suggested listening, and index. Black & white photos. Ratliff interviews 15 jazz greats while listening to music which they love. Includes talks with Wayne Shorter, Pat Metheny, Ornette Coleman, Maria Schneider, Branford Marsalis, and others.
Schulz presents a program of music by Brahms, Stjepan Sulek, Alexei Lebedev, Daniel Schnyder, and Jan Sandström. With Tomoko Sawano, piano; Aleksandar Ivic, violin; Maria Schneider, marimba; and Julian Sulzberger, percussion.
Maria Jette, soprano; Claudia Schneider, contralto; Hartmut Schroder, tenor; Robert Merwald, bass; Vocalensemble Ingostadt; Georgisches Kammerorchester Ingolstadt; Frank Hauk, director and harpsichord.
Edited by Christian Schneider, with figured bass realized by Siegfried Petrenz. The present work is the 5th of a set of six Sonate Da Camera a Oboe Solo col Suo Basso, whose manuscript is in the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris
…langer Sinn... --Galopp 3 - Tingel-Tangel. With program notes in German. Dedicated to Hannes Läubin. Premiered in Munich, December 2008 by Hannes Läubin, Hansjörg Profanter and Lukas Maria Kuen. This work is an hommage to Karl Valentin (1882-1948). Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 19 minutes.
In four movements: Gethsemane -- Geisselung - Ecco homo -- Golgatha -- Grablegung - Maria Magdalena. With a preface in German and English. Dedicated to Johannes Skudlik. Premiered by Johannes Skudlik in Munich, July 2009. The music contemplates the suffering of Jesus in his last hours.