"Real McBop" was nominated for a 1997 Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Composition.
It seems remarkable that Arturo Sandoval never seems to win any jazz polls, for few trumpeters can come close to equaling his technique, jazz chops, and warm sound. ...
||Jeffrey Reid Baker|
Fantastic World Of George Gershwin / Jeffrey Reid Baker (1998)
This disc is a remastered and spatialized reissue of RHAPSODY IN ELECTRIC BLUE.
Revels Celebration of Spring Summer & Fall (1998)
3 Cds Track Listing: Padstow May Song, The; To Portsmouth; Allee-Allee-O Two in a Boat, The; A-Roving; Traditional Sword Dances/Bobby Shaftoe; Mermaid, The; Our Gallant Ship; Cape Cod Girls; Pay Me My Money Down; Boney; Seamen's Hymn, The; One Thought ...
||Pasadena Rooftop Orchestra|
Clemens non Papa: Requiem; Palestrina / Cappella Palestrina (1995)
Track Listing: Who Walks in When I Walk Out?; My Melancholy Baby; How'm I Doin'? Hey, Hey!; Creole Love Call; Sahara; Skirts; Pennies from Heaven; Latin from Manhattan; Business in F; I Can't Get Started; Louisiana; Golden Wedding; I Only ...
Brother Sun, Sister Moon (1990)
This is not a movie soundtrack but a choral work from John Rutter and the Cambridge Singers, who previously recorded The Mozart Collection and Olde English Madrigals for American Gramaphone. The recording is a freely devised sequence of a cappella ...
To Russia with Love (1994)
These selections were recorded at the Grand Hall of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, St. Petersburg, Russia (April 24, 1994), and Studio 4, Chicago Recording Co., Chicago (February 1994).
||Summer Stories (1994)
Unknown Contributor Roles: Stephen Jacobs; James Patrick Dunne; Jim Bajor; Tom Barabas; Chris Brown .
Summer Stories: Solo Piano Works samples several compositions apiece from Stephen Jacob, Tom Barabas, James Patrick Dunne, Jim Bajor, and Christine Brown. The moods created range ...
Secret Harbor (1994)
Track Listing: Can't Stop The Wind; No Problem; Arroyo; I Wonder Where You Went; Morning Heart; Bittersweet; Within Every Moment; Road to Home; Eclipse; Glass Houses; Anitra's Waltz; Rivertown;
||Chris Bock / Stevan Pasero|
Zbra (2009) (Import)
ZBRA is a great example of what can happen when two multi-talented musicians come together to compose a body of music that is rhythmic, jazzy, while incorporating years of jamming techniques and touring stamina. ZBRA spotlights the melodic guitar mastery ...
An Evening To Remember (1996)
Personnel: Dennis Marcellino (saxophone); Mark Stefani (guitar).
Ballets, Opera & Masterworks (1999)
From Sugo Music president and uber-producer Stevan Pasero, Ballets Opera & Masterworks covers a number of classic pieces transcribed for the classical guitar by Pasero. While he takes some liberties with key changes here and there, the music is all ...
One of the most revered musicians in Bulgaria, clarinetist Ivo Papasov is a master of Bulgarian wedding music. The superb and largely instrumental Balkanology draws not only on Bulgarian elements, but also the music of Greece, Turkey and Romania. Listening ...
Celebration of Hoagy Carmichael (1983)
This is a perfect idea for a recording project. In a sparkling and consistently delightful solo set, Dave McKenna performs 11 of Hoagy Carmichael's finest compositions, including a medley of "Skylark" and "Georgia on My Mind." With the exception of ...
Music of 1937 (1989) Maybeck Recital Hall Series, Vol. 3
Recorded live at Maybeck Recital Hall, Berkeley, California on February 14, 1990. Includes liner notes by Philip Elwood.
Dick Hyman is such a versatile pianist that his own style has often been overshadowed by his interpretations of other pianists' work. Music ...
Washington Guitar Quintet (1992)
Romanticism, Afro-Latin voicings and classical stylings are the three primary components of Charlie Byrd's most recent release. It blends his playing with that of Carlos Barbosa-Lima, Jeffrey Meyerriecks, Myrna Sislen and Larry Snitzler, and the quintet members expertly complement and ...
Ginastera, Barrios, et al: Guitar music / Barbosa-Lima (1993)
Unknown Contributor Role: Patricia Griggs.
Personnel: Carlos Barbosa-Lima (guitar).
Overture In The French Style (2002)
Carlos Barbosa-Lima - From Yesterday to Penny Lane (1996)
Recording information: Salle Bulgaria, Sofia, Bulgaria (02/1996-03/1996).
Photographer: Dean Armstrong.
Arrangers: José Bragato; Johnny Griggs; Carlos Barbosa-Lima .
Personnel: Andrés Caruncho (guitar).
Liner Note Author: Eric Salzman.
This is a very different Randy Sandke CD. The trumpeter, best known for his exciting playing in Dixieland, swing and mainstream settings, here performs a wide variety of (mostly) originals that range from classical to unclassifiable pieces. Four numbers (two ...
||Paraiba Sinfonica / Starker / Villa-Lobos|
Brazilian Festival '88: A Brazilian Extravaganza (1992)
Recording information: Joan Pessoa, Paraíba, Brazil (08/10/1988-08/16/1988).
Personnel: Janos Starker (cello).
||Brazilian Festival '88: Masters and Winners (1992) |
Track Listing: Concerto for 2 Cellos in G minor, RV 531: 3rd mvt, Allegro; Concerto for Violin no 2 in G minor, Op. 63; Concerto for Viola, Sz 120; Variations for Cello and Orchestra on a Rococo theme, Op. 33;
Shut Yo' Mouth! (1981)
Briefly available as an LP on the PM label shortly before it went out of business, this fun date featuring two bassists best known for singing and playing bass simultaneously, Slam Stewart an octave above and Major Holley in unison ...
||New York Trumpet Ensemble|
Sound of Trumpets (1992)
Selections recorded March 15 and 16, 1979.
Night Moods (1992)
||Northwest Chamber Music / Schiff / Shifrin|
David Schiff: Gimpel the Fool; Sacred Service; Scenes from Adolescence (1992)