Clandestine by Randy Halberstadt
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Not a song about the future of Scottish tribes, "Clandestine" is an anxious little jumper, on the hop for something you'd possibly look the other way from. #DontAsk
About the Album
For pianist Randy Halberstadtʼs fifth album, he penned a set of compelling originals along with arranging several classics by Gershwin, Mancini, and even Chopin, orchestrated for an assortment of ensembles from trio to septet. Surrounding himself with some of the most respected members of the Northwest jazz scene, their long history together is apparent with their mutual admiration shining through in the music. A popular pianist, leader and sideman for decades, Halberstadt was also a key faculty member at the Cornish College of the Arts for over 40 years, a composer, author, and a featured soloist with the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra.
Clandestine; Still Her; Song For Sulieman; Nocturne In Bb Minor, Opus 9, #1; The Man I love; Open Heart; Due North; Dreamsville; Wizzy Wig.
Randy Halberstadt: piano; Chuck Deardorf: bass; Adam Kessler: drums; Ben Thomas: vibes; Jay Thomas: trumpet, flugelhorn, soprano saxophone; Mark Taylor: alto sax; David Marriott, Jr.: trombone.
- Open Heart by Paul Rauch
December 29, 2018
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