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Splotch Ecology

by Bradley Kerns & Jacob Coleman

A collection of original compositions and arrangements from Brazilian composers for solo trombone and piano.
Genre: Classical: Chamber Music
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1. Estrella É Lua Nóva
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2. Adeus Êma
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3. O' Pallida Madona
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4. Nozani-Ná
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5. Cantiga Brasiliera
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6. Fantasia
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7. Andante
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8. Cançāo Do Amor
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9. Melodia Sentimental
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10. Divertimento
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11. Four Miniaturas: I. Miragem
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12. Four Miniaturas: II. Labirinto
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13. Four Miniaturas: III. Alvorada
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14. Four Miniaturas: IV. Triunfo
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15. Aquarela Do Brasil
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5:39 FREE
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Splotch Ecology is a culmination of music that I have encountered through the years while visiting friends in Brazil. In many ways, each of these brilliant Brazilian compositions represents a specific part of my time with these amazing people. God has truly blessed me with these life-long friends and colleagues, your inspiration is second to none! Thank you!

Splotch Ecology é um ápice de músicas que encontrei ao longo dos anos que visitei amigos no Brasil. De muitas maneiras, cada uma dessas composições brasileiras geniais representam uma parte específica do meu tempo com essas pessoas incríveis. Deus tem realmente me abençoado com esses amigos eternos e colegas, sua inspiração é indescritível ! Obrigado!

Bradley Kerns joined the faculty at the University of Kentucky in the fall of 2011. As a soloist, chamber musician, and educator Brad has performed and taught across the globe at events such as the American Trombone Workshop, the Brass in Autumn Festival in St. Petersburg-Russia, the DIA T Festival in Recife-Brazil, the Great American Brass Band Festival, the International Trombone Festival, the Inner Mongolia Art College, the International Women's Brass Conference, the Jazz Education Network Conference, the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic, the Moscow Brass Days, the Taller de Trombone Festival in Panama, as well as multiple Brazilian Trombone Association Conferences. 
Brad has been involved in nearly thirty recording projects under multiple recording labels and has performed for programs such as the National Broadcasting Company (NBC), National Geographic, the BBC England, and WRFL Lexington. Professor Kerns received a Bachelor of Music Education Degree from the University of Kentucky while studying with Dale Warren and a Master of Music Degree from Boston University while studying with Scott Hartman.  Brad is an Edwards Instruments and Pickett Brass Performing Artist.

Bradley Kerns integrou-se ao corpo docente da Universidade do Kentucky durante o semestre do Outono de 2011. Como músico solista, camerista e educador, Brad tem se apresentado e ensinado em eventos no mundo tais como o Workshop Americano de Trombone, Festival de Outono de Metais de São Petersburgo-Rússia, Dia T em Recife-Brasil, O Grande Festival Americano de Grupo de Metais, Festival Internacional de Trombone, Na faculdade de Artes da Universidade do Interior da Mongólia-China, Conferência Internacional Para Mulheres Instrumentistas de Metais, Na Conferência da Rede de Educação em Jazz, Professor da Conferência de Bandas e Orquestras do Centro-Oeste, No Dias para Metais de Moscou, o Festival de Trombone de Taller no Panamá, da mesma forma que em muitas edições do Festival Brasileiro de Trombonistas (ABT).
Brad tem participado em vários projetos de gravação de CDs por vários selos e tem tocado para programas de rádio tais como os da Empresa Nacional de Radiodifusão (NBC), National Geographic, para a BBC da Inglaterra, WRFL em Lexington. Professor Brad Kerns obteve seu diploma de Bacharel em Educação Musical pela Universidade do Kentucky orientado pelo professor Mestre Dale Warren e Mestrado em Música pela Universidade de Boston orientado pelo professor Scott Hartman. Brad é Artista dos Trombones Edwards e Bocais da Pickett Brass.

A native of Athens, Georgia, pianist Jacob Coleman is Assistant Professor of Piano and Collaborative Piano at the University of Kentucky School of Music. As a collaborator, Coleman has performed with artists such as Franklin Cohen, William Ludwig, Jeff Nelsen, Leone Busye, Nancy Ives, Frederick Burchinal as well as the Kenari Quartet. As a vocal coach he has held staff positions with the University of Georgia Opera Theater and the Astoria Music Festival.  He has served as the official pianist for the Mid-South Flute Fest in 2016 and 2017.
Other collaborative engagements include the North American Saxophone Alliance and International Double Reed Society conferences. 
He has served as Visiting Assistant Professor of Collaborative Piano at Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music. During the summer, he is a member of the piano staff at the Meadowmount School of Music founded by Ivan Galamian. He holds degrees from The University of Texas at Austin (DMA, Collaborative Piano), University of Oregon (MM, Collaborative Piano), and University of Georgia (BM, Piano Performance). His primary teachers were Richard Zimdars, David Riley, and Anne Epperson.

Natural de Athens, Georgia, Jacob Coleman é Professor Assistente na área de Colaboração Pianista da Escola de Música da Universidade de Kentucky. Como camerista, Coleman já se apresentou com artistas como Franklin Cohen, William Ludwig, Jeff Nelsen, Leone Busye, Nancy Ives, Frederick Burchinal e também o Quarteto Kenari. Como preparador vocal, ele ocupou cargos na equipe do University of Georgia Opera Theatre e no Astoria Music Festival. Atuou como pianista oficial do Festival de Flauta do Meio-Sul nos anos de 2016 e 2017. Outros compromissos colaborativos incluem as conferências Aliança Norte Americana de Saxofone e a Sociedade Internacional para Instrumentos de Palhetas Duplas.
Dr. Coleman atuou como professor visitante na disciplina de colaboração pianística na Escola de Música de Jacobs, da Universidade de Indiana. Durante o verão, ele é membro da equipe de pianista da Meadowmount School of Music fundada por Ivan Galamian. Ele é formado pela Universidade do Texas em Austin (Doutor em Artes Musicais DAM, Pianista Colaborador), pela Universidade de Oregon (Mestre em Música, Pianista Colaborador) e pela Universidade da Geórgia (Bacharelado em Práticas Interpretativas, em piano). Seus principais professores foram Richard Zimdars, David Riley e Anne Epperson.

Splotch Ecology
Bradley Kerns, trombone
Jacob Coleman, piano
Amanda Aparicio, soprano (track 15)
Hugo Pinheiro, trombone (track 15)
Yuri Kim-Moon, piano (track 15)
Darci Davis, pandeiro (track 15)

Recorded May 14th-16th, 2018-Memorial Hall (Lexington, KY)
Recording/Mixing-Brass Tacts Recording, JD Handshoe
Design-New Branch Records, Ben Southworth, Alexandre Ferreira
Original Art Work-Stephen Dorsett
Intellectual/Artistic Guidance-Charley Kerns, Mateo Coleman, Simon Kerns
Copyright New Branch Records 2018
Made possible by the Association of Brazilian Trombonistas, Edwards Instruments, Pickett Brass, and a University of Kentucky Faculty Research Grant.

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