David Sherr and Bel Air Jazz Ensemble | Otherworld Music

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Otherworld Music

by David Sherr and Bel Air Jazz Ensemble

Jazz and classical music and a combination of the two.
Genre: Jazz: Third Stream
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1. Ich Will Den Kreustab Gerne Tragen, Bwv 56: 3. Aria
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2. Then Have I the Eagle's Powers, Then I Soar Up From This World
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3. Le Merle Noir Pour Flute Et Piano
6:13 $0.99
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4. Au Revoir Merle Noir
9:02 $0.99
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5. Quartet for the End of Time: 3. Abîme Des Oiseaux
6:58 $0.99
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6. Medley: Quartet for the End of Time/otherworld Music
10:31 $0.99
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7. A Little Flight Music
9:22 $0.99
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8. To the Muses
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Album Notes
Early response to Otherworld Music:

Lalo Schifrin: David Sherr’s CD is extraordinary. His
playing reveals a musicality and artistry that is not common.

Robert Freedman: Thanks very much for sending \"Otherworld Music\" to me. I\'m impressed by the obvious depth of commitment and dedication to excellence of you, as writer and performer, and of all the other participants. The writing is beautifully done and much of the improvisation is startlingly good. The CD glows with musicianship and fervor.

Bill Kirchner: It\'s simply an imaginative, well-executed project of music.

Ellis Marsalis: I am listening to your CD and it is very interesting. The French speaking parts brings a change of pace that warrants close listening to connect it to the whole concept.

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