Author Archives: David Brubeck

Take a “SEA JOURNEY” With DUO BRUBECK Featuring Mitch Farber

Chick Colrea’s expansive tome on the exploration of the new, the leaving of the safe, and the discovery of the self…Enjoy! Recorded in January 2018 from a Live Broadcast of WDNA University of Miami Frost School of Music Jazz Hour … Continue reading

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What Could POSSIBLY Be Better Than a Duke Ellington Song??? TWO!!! “I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart” AND “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore” Duo Brubeck Featuring Mitch Farber

Miami’s Own, DUO BRUBECK Becomes “Beyond Category” When They Realize That The Only Thing Better Than a Duke Ellington Composition Is TWO DUKE Ellington Compositions, Live on the Radio at WDNA-Miami, Love You Madly…. Stereograms are at the center of … Continue reading

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You Loved; You Lost; This Might Be What It Felt Like…Sad but Sweet Memories, Ain’t No Sunshine with DUO BRUBECK featuring Mitch Farber

Miami’s Own, DUO BRUBECK Realizes That There “Ain’t No Sunshine When She’s Gone” Live on the Radio at WDNA-Miami, hosted by Tim Smith for Chuck Bergeron. Broadcast in January 2018-Thank you Alberto!!! DUO BRUBECK is based upon the Stereogram concept. … Continue reading

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Jazz Guitarist Extraordinaire, Lindsey Blair wants you to let him take you down to “Strawberry Fields”

Live, from the 2017 International Trombone Festival, DUO BRUBECK! Who’s YOUR favorite Beatle? DUO BRUBECK is based upon the Stereogram concept. Purchase the original Stereograms Nos. 1-20 HERE.

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“Yes, Jesus Loves Me” as Performed by Duo Brubeck with Lindsey Blair

Just in time for Vacation Bible School, if you are so inclined, or perhaps you just want to check out the trinity of three melodies at once! It is a red letter day, live from the 2017 International Trombone Festival … Continue reading

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Nursery Rhymes Never Sounded Like This!!! Go Tell Aunt Rhody with Miami’s Own DUO BRUBECK featuring the guitar of MITCH FARBER

Once you hit Miami, almost EVERYTHING changes, even the nursery rhymes. Well, you’ll see. Check it out…and just wait for the lullabies…. DUO BRUBECK is built around the Stereogram concept….Check out how to get this arrangement from Stereograms A-M HERE

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Summertime!!! Miami’s Own, Duo Brubeck, featuring Mitch Farber

Hot time, summer in the city (Fort Lauderdale-this time), you know the rest! Join Miami’s Own DUO BRUBECK-the world’s first jazz guitar and bass trombone duo! from November 5th 2017, as part of Christ Church Ft. Lauderdale’s Concert Series. Thanks … Continue reading

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SLEEPER Bass Trombone Concerto No. 2,Live in Performance Thursday Night!

The MDC Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Alberto Bade will present a concert under the stars on Thursday March 15th, 2018 at 7:30 pm in the evening. The program includes Thomas Sleeper’s Second Bass Trombone Concerto, performed by David … Continue reading

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“Seven Positions” tm with Ed Partyka, Reveals Only Two Kinds of Music, And One Jazz Bass Trombone Player

You may have never met anyone who loves the big band more than Ed Partyka. Lives it. Breathes it. While started out out as a side man, he now stands in front, not only as leader but as composer and … Continue reading

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Paul Faulise, Pure Bass Bone Gold!

He played with the Tonight Show Band from 1962 to 1972, and performed and recorded in both New York and Los Angeles at the highest levels. From the Fania All Stars, to The Easter Seals Telethons, From JJ and Kai … Continue reading

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LA Premieres and Terry Cravens with “Seven Positions”

You might have heard Terry Cravens with the Pasadena Symphony and Los Angeles Opera, or even the LA Philharmonic at times. Perhaps it was one of two hundred nights of the Phantom of the Opera or in other musicals and … Continue reading

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Happy New Year from “1385” tm to 2017, With Mannix, Conant and Thompkins, The Tenor Trombone is in Great Hands!

Ken Thompkins Please begin watching at 15:00 minutes 2. What are two things you remember learning from each of your major teachers? Frank Crisafulli was and still is a great influence on my approach to the instrument. One major lesson … Continue reading

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