Tribute Trio | Dedications, Vol. I

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Dedications, Vol. I

by Tribute Trio

The original music of this piano jazz trio pays tribute to Oscar Peterson, Lennie Trisano, McCoy Tyner, Herbie Hancock, Bud Powell and Bill Evans.
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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4. Herbie's Mood
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5. The Inventor
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The original compositions in this Tribute Trio debut CD were inspired by the melodies, styles, rhythms, and arrangements of some of the 11 composers tributed in the 2010-2011 concert series. Pianist and prolific composer John Rangel dedicates compositions to Oscar Peterson, Bud Powell, Herbie Hancock, McCoy Tyner and Bill Evans. Bassist Michael Glynn composed two pieces dedicated to Lennie Tristano. The composer notes inside the CD jacket give insight into the connection between the tributed composer and the inspired composition. The music showcases the depth of individual musicianship and extraordinary combined dynamics of the trio gained from a solid year of delving into and performing concerts of complex works by jazz pianist/composer legends.

Some background about the Tribute Trio, for new discoverers ...

In 2010, the Tribute Trio committed to keeping alive the scope of compositions by legendary jazz pianist composers. The trio musicians are pianist John Rangel, bassist Michael Glynn and drummer Cal Haines.

Over the span of a year, the trio’s reputation grew from appreciative regional audiences. The project advanced each trio musician personally and professionally. The program notes provided at the concerts reflected the musicians’ interest in educating about the history of jazz as well as sharing perspectives from the point-of-view of playing the range of each composer's works. There was extensive media interest and coverage. “Dedications” is Volume I, as the Tribute Trio moves forward with more concerts and recordings planned in the future.



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