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Venus: The Bringer of Peace by Jeremy Levy

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Album Title: The Planets: Reimagined
Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2020
Duration: 00:48:00

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About the Album

Los Angeles-based composer/arranger/orchestrator Jeremy Levy has co-led the Budman/Levy Orchestra since 2007, played lead trombone with the Brian Setzer Orchestra, and has been involved in the upper reaches of the film, TV and video game music industry for well over a decade. Looking to create an ambitious project for his own jazz orchestra, Levy was inspired to adapt Gustav Holst's symphonic masterpiece while attending a performance at the Hollywood Bowl in 2017. With its harmony straddling romantic and jazz languages while its massive scale lent inspiration for the largest of film orchestrations over the decades, the suite provided Levy with sweeping and dynamic materials to develop. In the hands of his elite colleagues from the LA studio and jazz scenes, Levy's innovative arrangements are broad, bold and swinging.

Track Listing

1. Mars: The Bringer of War; 2. Venus: The Bringer of Peace; 3. Mercury: The Winged Messenger; 4. Jupiter: The Bringer of Jollity; 5. Saturn: The Bringer of Old Age; 6. Uranus: The Magician; 7. Neptune: The Mystic

Personnel

Jeremy Levy
Jeremy Levy

composer/conductor

Additional Personnel

Alex Budman: Alto & Soprano Sax; Kevin Garren: Alto Sax; Jeff Driskill: Tenor Sax; Glen Berger: Tenor Sax; Tom Luer: Tenor Sax; Ken Fisher: Bari Sax & Bass Clarinet; Rob Schaer: Trumpet; Javier Gonzalez: Trumpet; Michael Stever: Trumpet; Mike Rocha: Trumpet; Alex Iles: Trombone; Francisco Torres: Trombone; Andy Martin: Trombone; Juliane Gralle: Trombone; Steve Hughes: Bass Trombone; Andrew Synowiec: Guitars; Andy Langham: Piano; David Hughes: Bass; Jamey Tate: Drums; Brian Kilgore: Percussion

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September 22, 2020

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