Ted Rosenthal & Bob Brookmeyer | One Night in Vermont

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One Night in Vermont

by Ted Rosenthal & Bob Brookmeyer

Piano - Trombone duets using Great American Songbook standards as a springboard for creative, interactive jazz improvisations.
Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Night and Day
Ted Rosenthal & Bob Brookmeyer
10:38 $0.99
2. Embraceable You
Ted Rosenthal & Bob Brookmeyer
8:34 $0.99
3. Yesterdays
Ted Rosenthal & Bob Brookmeyer
7:49 $0.99
4. Darn That Dream
Ted Rosenthal & Bob Brookmeyer
9:35 $0.99
5. How Deep Is the Ocean
Ted Rosenthal & Bob Brookmeyer
8:34 $0.99
6. What's New
Ted Rosenthal & Bob Brookmeyer
8:06 $0.99
7. All the Things You Are
Ted Rosenthal & Bob Brookmeyer
9:29 $0.99
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Album Notes
One Night in Vermont features Ted Rosenthal in a duo setting with legendary trombonist Bob Brookmeyer. The CD was recorded live in concert at Memorial Hall in Wilmington, Vermont. It features seven classics from the great American songbook. Both performers/composers, Rosenthal and Brookmeyer improvise creatively and thematically while never losing sight of the joyous swing associated with these songs.

“Two people. That’s all you need to create a stunning album complete with all of jazz’s beloved nuances, all the explosive vitality of a live performance and all those stirring moments that remind you why you need it in your life. Cole Porter, George and Ira Gershwin, Jerome Kern, Irving Berlin... they’re all here. Rosenthal and Brookmeyer, distinguished composers and arrangers themselves, take classic melodies from these revered songwriters, and enliven them with glistening contrapuntal streams, gracious improvisations, and playful duels. They bring a strong orchestral wisdom to the duo setting, expanding their capacity for expression and utilizing the absence of a rhythm section to their advantage.” –- Celeste Sunderland, All About Jazz

“Brookmeyer and Rosenthal spread mood, melody and warmth throughout… one of the best jazz albums of the year (2004).” -– Owen Cordle, Raleigh News and Observer

"Brookmeyer is in top latter-day form and Rosenthal -- an ideal partner harmonically and rhythmically -- is a very tasty, inventive soloist. One of the most human recordings I've heard in a long time - there are two souls up there, talking and singing." -- Larry Kart



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