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Marty Ehrlich - A Trumpet In The Morning (2013)

18-11-2013, 11:29
Jazz



Marty Ehrlich - A Trumpet In The Morning (2013)

Artist: Marty Ehrlich
Title Of Album: A Trumpet In The Morning
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: New World
Genre: Jazz
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 75:03 min
Total Size: 161 MB

Tracklist:

1. Prelude: Agbekor Translations 3:28
2. A Trumpet in the Morning 23:20
3. Blues for Peace 11:06
4. Rundowns and Turnbacks 20:21
5. M Variations (Melody for Madeleine) 14:01
6. Postlude: Agbekor Translations 2:47

This is the most ambitious recording I have done to date as a composer. These compositions, written over a twenty-year period, receive wonderful performances from these A-list musicians, many of whom I have worked with for thirty years and more. Each piece approaches the jazz orchestra in different ways. The music on this recording presents the fullest range yet of my creative passions. -Marty Ehrlich

This is the first program devoted entirely to the orchestral music of Marty Ehrlich. It displays the characteristics that have marked his success as an instrumentalist, composer, and bandleader: strong melodic invention and a keen ear for instrumental color, creative curiosity embracing disciplines beyond music, extreme sensitivity to those with whom he collaborates, formal inventiveness that enhances rather than obscures expressive intent, and an unblinking yet ultimately affirmative insistence on connecting his music with realities both historic and contemporary.

While Ehrlich had written earlier pieces for larger ensembles including the New York Composers Orchestra, his most ambitious documented opus prior to the present collection was The Long View (2000). The various movements of that work were scored for between two and fourteen musicians. Here, in contrast, the canvas remains large, though again it is mutable. Most of the 24 musicians involved have extensive histories with Ehrlich, who emphasizes that such personnel choices as the use of two rhythm sections were made "to enlist their individual approaches in giving the recording an even wider palette." He also says that the recording realizes "an inner compulsion to reveal the relationships among the pieces, the majority of which were written in the past decade and are long-form and multi-sectional. They share an intention, and are really my own music."



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