Miki Hirose | A Day In New York

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A Day In New York

by Miki Hirose

The debut album of Miki Hirose, feature Xavier Perez (Tenor Sax), Rick Parker (Trombone), Toru Dodo (Piano), Aidan O'Donnell (Bass), Jerome Jennings (Drums), Yujiro Nakamura (Drums).
Genre: Jazz: Neo-Bop
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1. The Interrupter
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2. Retro Port
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3. Highway Robbery
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4. River Breeze
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5. Migraine
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6. Fly Me To the Moon
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7. 61-17
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8. Lake Champlain
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Japan has always greatly appreciated America’s so-called “classical music”, and arguably if not ironically more so than within the States. And as significant are their contributions and contributors, including an impressive line of trumpeters. To add to this tradition and ever-growing list, making waves coming across the Pacific - we now have trumpeter Miki Hirose. Welcome to New York!

Laurence Donohue - Greene
(All About Jazz - New York)

The Trumpet! There's so much to say about this great instrument. It has had many heroes, especially in the jazz idiom. If you want to play jazz on the trumpet, it’s hard to get around the many greats that have touched it. From Louis Armstrong to Dizzy Gillespie... Miles Davis to Freddie Hubbard... There's a lot of history to cover. At the same time, it's always very important to find your own voice and place in the history of the instrument. Miki Hirose is doing just that.

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