모. This is the 2004-2005 Jazz Ensemble and was recorded on April 6-10, 2005. But the liner notes include a dedication to a person who died in 2010, so the release date is sometime 2010 or later.
Swinging On The Road. John Coltrane, Conrad Herwig. Niu Jazz Ensemble 2004-2005. 8. Out Of Darkness/Into Light.
The ensemble performed at the 54th annual Midwest Music Clinic in Chicago with saxophonist Jimmy Heath as the guest artist, and at the 28th annual IAJE Conference in New York with trumpeter Wynton Marsalis. In the summer of 1996, the NIU Jazz Orchestra returned to the Montreux Jazz Festival as Quincy Jones big band with guest artists Phil Collins, Patti Austin, David Sanborn, Gerald Albright, Chaka Kahn, and James Morrison. NIU Jazz Ensemble With Special Guest Conrad Herwig - Swinging On The Road! (CD).
Lee Conrad Herwig III an American jazz trombonist from New York City. Herwig began his career in Clark Terry's band in the early 1980s and has been a featured member in the Joe Henderson Sextet, Tom Harrell's Septet and Big Band, and the Joe Lovano Nonet (featured as a soloist on Lovano's Grammy Award-winning 52nd Street Themes).
Herwig and company cook right out of the gate with a sizzling "Recorda M. Hot saxophone work, fun exchanges between Herwig and Sipiagin, winning piano work from Bill O'Connell, and over-a-vamp soloing from drummer Robby Ameen and percussionist Richie Flores all help to make this a memorable one. Next comes the Latin hard bop blues of "Mamacita," which proves to be another album highlight, followed by "Afro-Centric," which features some tight ensemble work and memorable soloing
1. Falling Out (Igor Butman) 6:18 2. King Of The Mountain (Conrad Herwig) 8:34 3. Wingspan (Conrad Herwig) 8:05 4. Reflections (Conrad Herwig) 6:27 5. Olvidame (Conrad Herwig) 8:04 6. Who Cares? (George Gershwin) 6:57 7. Samba De Igor (Igor Butman) 7:58 8. Big O's Blues (Conrad Herwig) 7:42. Conrad Herwig (trombone), Igor Butman (tenor saxophone), Alex Sipiagin (trumpet, flugelhorn), David Kikoski (piano), Kenny Davis (bass), Jeff 'Tain' Watts (drums). Criss Cross Jazz 1385 (Netherlands)
Jazz educators/guest artists are invited often to perform with the Jazz Ensembles and Combos and conduct jazz theory clinics or instrumental master classes. Past guest artists/clinicians include John Clayton, Shelly Berg, Pete Christleib, Bobby Shew, and Conrad Herwig. The Jazz Ensembles are 18-piece big bands that provide students the opportunity to perform some of the best big band literature from classic big bands like the Count Basie and Stan Kenton Orchestras to more modern writers such as Maria Schneider.
Special offers and product promotions. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). The title song "A Voice Through the Door" sets the tone for this swinging collection of songs. A memorable theme is played by the two horns over a driving rhythm section which sets up a series of skillful improvisations by Herwig, Bowen and Evans before leading us into an exciting dialogue with Edwards and his drum kit. "Traceless Moon" features an appealing horn chart and virtuoso leads played by trombone, sax, piano and bass.
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Arranged By – Marty Robinson Soloist [Uncredited], Alto Saxophone – David HartsmanSoloist [Uncredited], Drums – Rodrigo VillanuevaSoloist [Uncredited], Trumpet – Ralph DisylvestroWritten-By – Claudio Roditi
Soloist [Uncredited], Alto Saxophone – David HartsmanWritten-By – Duke Ellington
|3||Easy To Love
Arranged By – Billy MayVocals – Catherine MoodyWritten-By – Cole Porter
|4||I Didn't Know About You
Soloist [Uncredited], Alto Saxophone – David HartsmanVocals – Catherine MoodyWritten-By – Duke Ellington
Soloist [Uncredited], Baritone Saxophone – Nate HeffronSoloist [Uncredited], Bass – Josh Ramos Soloist [Uncredited], Piano – Sean Higgins Soloist [Uncredited], Trumpet – Nate DisylvestroWritten-By – Tom Davies
|6||My Funny Valentine
Arranged By – Rick Hirsch Soloist [Uncredited], Alto Saxophone – Benny Hill
|7||Syeeda's Song Flute
Trombone – Conrad HerwigWritten-By – Conrad Herwig, John Coltrane
|8||Out Of Darkness / Into Light
Arranged By – Liberace JazztetSoloist [Uncredited], Drums – Iajhi HampdenSoloist [Uncredited], Piano – Sean Higgins Soloist [Uncredited], Trombone – Conrad HerwigWritten-By – Cedar Walton
|9||Body And Soul
Arranged By – Conrad HerwigSoloist [Uncredited], Tenor Saxophone – Robert CollazoSoloist [Uncredited], Trombone – Conrad HerwigWritten-By – Heyman*, Sour*
Soloist [Uncredited], Drums – Phil BealSoloist [Uncredited], Tenor Saxophone – Robert CollazoSoloist [Uncredited], Trombone – Garrett ArrowoodWritten-By – Mike Tomaro
- Bass – Josh Ramos
- Design [Jacket] – Lorri Vera
- Drums – Iajhi Hampden, Phil Beale
- Executive-Producer, Producer – Ronald Carter
- Guitar – Dave Miller
- Piano – Sean Higgins
- Recorded By, Engineer, Mastered By – Robert Chappell
- Saxophone – Benny Hill , David Hartsman, Donnie Norton, Nate Heffron, Robert Collazo
- Trombone – Andy Strode, Brett Marcum, Garret Arrowood, Mike Schultz
- Trumpet – Adam Hicke, Albert Strong, John Moore , Max Kiesner, Ralph Disylvestro
- Vocals – Catherine Moody
NotesThis is the 2004-2005 Jazz Ensemble and was recorded on April 6-10, 2005. But the liner notes include a dedication to a person who died in 2010, so the release date is sometime 2010 or later.
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