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Live At Luminous Sound

by The Dan Haerle Quartet

Jazz standards played with a strong sense of the jazz tradition. This music was performed live and all tracks are first takes!
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Fee Fi Fo Fum (Live) [feat. Brad Leali]
10:13 album only
2. Star Eyes (Live) [feat. James Driscoll]
9:16 album only
3. Tenderly (Live) [feat. Dan Haerle]
7:33 album only
4. Alone Together (Live) [feat. Ed Soph]
10:05 album only
5. Triste (Live) [feat. Dan Haerle]
8:32 album only
6. Up Jumped Spring (Live) [feat. Brad Leali]
8:57 album only
7. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes (Live) [feat. Dan Haerle]
6:14 album only
8. Stella By Starlight (Live) [feat. Ed Soph]
8:55 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
As of the summer of 2002, Dan Haerle retired from full-time teaching. He was a faculty member in the Jazz Studies Division of the College of Music at the University of North Texas for 25 years (Regents Professor for the last 10 years). He taught Jazz Piano, Jazz Fundamentals, Advanced Jazz Improvisation, Jazz MIDI, Graduate Jazz Improvisation, Rhythm Section Master Class and he supervised the jazz chamber music program. He directed the Jazz Strings and a keyboard ensemble called The Zebras. He taught the courses in basic MIDI theory, sequencing and jazz notation.

Dan was inducted into the International Association of Jazz Education "Hall of Fame" at the annual conference in Toronto on January 9, 2003. The IAJE Hall of Fame Award honors individuals whose musical contributions and dedication to jazz education over the past 25 years have created new directions and curricular innovations for jazz education worldwide.
In 2007, Dan completed his modified service at UNT and became a member of the adjunct teaching faculty. In the fall of 2007, he was named Professor Emeritus.

On January 6, 2012, the Jazz Education Network (JEN) awarded Dan (along with Jamey Aebersold, David Baker and Jerry Coker) the distinction of "LeJENd of Jazz Education" at its 3rd annual conference in Louisville, Kentucky.

Some highlights of performing experience:
• Toured the U. S. and Canada with the Stan Kenton Band during Stan's illness, the summer of 1971
• Toured the U. S. and Europe with the Clark Terry Quintet, the spring and summer of 1975
• Did extensive recording and show work in Dallas, Miami Beach and New York, from 1963 to 1975
• Has performed with Chris Connor, Mel Torme, Al Jarreau, Pat Metheny, Dave Liebman, Woody Shaw, Kai Winding, Atilla Zoller and Freddie Hubbard
• Has been active as clinician and guest artist at many colleges and universities from 1968 to the present



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