In 2009 I finished a short piece for brass quintet. The premise was an imaginary elevator length conversation between Duke Ellington and Leonard Bernstine. The piece has been preformed in the Seattle area twice. For more info about Jazzish or to obtain a copy of the piece, feel free to contact Ed Castro.
This is a cool piece and more people should know about the composer’s music. Her name is Tania Leon and we should know her music.
Audio Review: Collective Brass – In Thy Sweet Name https://www.lastrowmusic.com/audio-review-collective-brass-in-thy-sweet-name/ — Read on http://www.lastrowmusic.com/audio-review-collective-brass-in-thy-sweet-name/
Not too long ago I was swimming in a sea of modern music. After a while I found myself listening and enjoying a piece by Stefan Hakenberg written for brass quintet. Drei Stücke offers great opportunities for brass players who want to stretch out with some funky rhythmic expressions in the first movement, explore a…
There is a nice mention of Zach Lyman’s participation in a concert for Seattle Pro-Musica. https://memeteria.com/2017/05/20/stirring-season-finale-from-seattle-pro-musica/