Monthly Archives: November 2013

Music in Miami Presents: Winter Solstice with The Brubeck-Neal Duo and Friends, December 15th at Trinity Cathedral Brubeck-Neal Duo 2

Be dazzled by dancers, and warmed by brass; caroled by choirs as percussion enchants; delight in Persian poems and the music of France. Winter Solstice, the longest night of the year, when people gather to celebrate a turning in the … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving, from davidbrubeck.com! “Jingle Bells” Stereogram No. 39-Reprint from The Journal of The International Trombone Association

Stereograms are published by the International Trombone Association Press and are available from Hickey’s Music and other fine retailers: http://www.hickeys.com/products/092/sku92661.htm http://www.hickeys.com/products/050/sku50091.htm c. 2013 David William Brubeck All Rights Reserved. davidbrubeck.com free bassoon music, free baritone music, free trombone music, free … Continue reading

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‘The Jazz Bass Trombone’ TM Launches with Thomas Matta’s “You’re My Everything”, arranged for Charles Vernon

The Jazz Bass Trombone Introduction by David William Brubeck Expressive outlets in jazz for the bass trombone are seemingly rare, especially in an age where the measure of one’s worth as a jazz musician is often boiled down to the … Continue reading

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Stereograms on CD and at the International Trombone Festival

Stereograms at The International Trombone Festival 2013 was a high watermark for Stereograms as three of these self-accompanied rhythmic etudes were performed in recital by James Markey at the International Trombone Festival held in Columbus, Georgia. Markey, who currently serves … Continue reading

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Seven Free Stereograms! Free Music Suitable for Bassoon, Euphonium, ‘Cello, Tenor Trombone with ‘F’-attachment, Baritone or Bass Trombone-Courtesy of davidbrubeck.com

Drawing inspiration from the cello suites of J. S. Bach and vocalist Bobby McFerrin, David William Brubeck‚Äôs Stereograms have been performed and recorded throughout the globe. Though originally composed for bass trombone, almost all of the Stereograms have optional octave … Continue reading

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‘7 Positions’ Grooves with Thomas Matta, Chicago Bass Trombonist and Arranger

Bass trombonist and arranger Thomas Matta is one of the most talented and versatile musicians of his generation. As professor of Jazz Studies at DePaul University, one of Chicago’s top freelance bass trombonists, and a gifted arranger who leads his … Continue reading

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Denson Paul Pollard, Soloist & Bass Trombonist of The Metropolitan Opera Joins ‘Seven Positions’

Denson Paul Pollard came to the attention of many with the release of his solo CDs while still a member of the Hong Kong Philharmonic-a post he accepted in in 2001. A master-recitalist and devotee of the bass trombone as … Continue reading

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‘Seven Positions’ tm Presents Solo Bass Trombonist Randall Hawes of The Detroit Symphony and The Northwestern University Faculty

Randall Hawes has been the bass trombonist in the Detroit Symphony Orchestra since 1985, after a two year stint in the Woody Herman Orchestra. He performs regularly with chamber music groups formed from members of the Detroit and Chicago Symphonies, … Continue reading

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Premiere of Thomas Sleeper’s Six Arias for Bass Trombone and Orchestra

Thomas Sleeper’s Six Arias for Bass Trombone and Orchestra is scheduled to receive its debut performance in concert with the Florida Atlantic University Symphony Orchestra on Thursday evening, November 21st of 2013 at 7:00 pm under the baton of Dr. … Continue reading

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United States Premiere of Concerto for Bass Trombone by Elizabeth Raum

Elizabeth Raum’s Concerto for Bass Trombone is set to take center stage on Saturday the 16th of November, as The Greater Miami Symphonic Band (GMSB) presents its United States premiere. The program is scheduled for 8:00 pm in Gusman Concert … Continue reading

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‘7 Positions’ Hosts Ben van Dijk, Bass Trombone Solo Artist

Ben van Dijk’s contributions to music for the bass trombone are remarkable. Multi-year soloist at the International Trombone Festival, recipient of the 2003 International Trombone Association (ITA) Award and solo artist on five solo CDS is just the beginning! Accomplished … Continue reading

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