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Jeru Concerto, Mvmt. 1 by Brian Landrus

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Album Title: Generations
By: Brian Landrus
Label: BlueLand Records
Released: 2017

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Fiona's Comments

Music to love and languish by. A honey dewed arrangement of complex layers, baritone warmth, swift strings, humble horns and completeness.

About the Album

"Jeru Concerto" opens composer/baritone saxophonist Brian Landrus's orchestral debut, "Generations." The recording features a 25-piece orchestra and eight original compositions inspired by generations of composers, genres and family.

Track Listing

Jeru Concerto, Mvt. 1; Jeru Concerto, Interlude; Jeru Concerto, Mvt. 2; Jeru Concerto, Mvt. 3; Jeru Concerto, Mvt. 4; Orchids; The Warrior; Arrow in the Night; Arise; Human Nature; Ruby; Every Time I Dream.

Personnel

Brian Landrus: baritone saxophone, bass clarinet; Jamie Baum: flute, alto flute; Tom Christensen: oboe, flute; Darryl Harper: clarinet; Michael Rabinowitz: bassoon; Alden Banta: contrabassoon; Debbie Schmidt: horn; Ralph Alessi: trumpet; Igmar Thomas: trumpet; Alan Ferber: trombone; Marcus Rojas: tuba; Brandee Younger: harp; Joe Locke: vibraphones; Billy Hart: drums; Justin Brown: drums; Mark Feldman: violin; Sara Caswell: violin; Joyce Hammann: violin; Meg Okura: violin; Lois Martin: viola; Mora Krohn: viola; Jody Redhage: cello; Maria Jeffers: cello; Jay Anderson: acoustic bass; Lonnie Plaxico: acoustic bass, electric bass; JC Sanford: conductor.

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July 29, 2017

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