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Cloud Break by Daniel Hersog

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Album Title: Night Devoid of Stars
Label: Cellar Records
Released: 2020

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About the Album

The anthemic, melody-rich "Cloud Break" is the first track from rising Canadian composer Daniel Hersog's first big-band recording "Night Devoid of Stars," out June 12, 2020 via Cellar Music. Featuring star soloists saxophonist Noah Preminger and pianist Frank Carlberg, the album showcases Hersog’s 16-piece Vancouver-based Daniel Hersog Jazz Orchestra in the leader’s richly melodic originals, plus an inventive, deep-blue arrangement of “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes.”

Track Listing

Cloud Break; Motion; Makeshift Memorial; Night Devoid of Stars; Smoke Gets in Your Eyes; Indelible; Song for Henrique.

Personnel

Michael Kim
trumpet
Brad Turner
trumpet
Derry Byrne
trumpet
Chris Startup
saxophone, alto
Michael Braverman
saxophone, alto
Noah Preminger
saxophone, tenor
Ben Henriques
saxophone, baritone
Rod Murray
trombone
Jim Hopson
trombone
Brian Harding
trombone
Sharman King
trombone
James Meger
bass, acoustic

Additional Personnel

Chris Startup: clarinet; Michael Braverman: soprano saxophone, clarinet; Tom Keenlyside: flute, piccolo, alto flute; Ben Henriques: bass clarinet; Michael Kim: flugelhorn; Brad Turner: flugelhorn; Derry Byrne: flugelhorn; Jocelyn Waugh: flugelhorn.

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October 6, 2020

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