Teo Macero | The Spirit

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The Spirit

by Teo Macero

Jazz music for the New Millennium
Genre: Jazz: Big Band
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1. Close To The Edge
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2. Deep Sleep
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3. West African Blues
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4. Carnival
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5. Winter Snow
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6. April Morn
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7. My Kind Of Blues
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8. For The Buffalo
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9. Slightly Suspended
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Born and raised in Glens Falls City, Upstate New York
Graduate of Julliard School of Music with B.S. and M.S. degrees
Winner of the BMI Student Composer's Award
Recipient of two Guggenheim Fellowships for Musical Compositions in 1953 and 1954
Commissioned by and composed, conducted and performed with the following orchestras:

New York Philharmonic- Leonard Bernstein
Buffalo Symphony
Kansas City Symphony
Robert Joffrey Ballet Company
Santa Clara Symphony
Julliard School of Music and Arts
London Philharmonic
Salt Lake Symphony

TEO MACERO is an amazing man of music. Composer, arranger, player and producer, he has worked intimately with some of the greatest figures in the history of jazz-- Duke Ellington, Miles Davis, Charles Mingus and Thelonius Monk-- in the creation of some of their most enduring works.

To have Macero at the helm of his own label, with what that implies in terms of creative freedom, is indeed something to look forward to.
- Dan Morgenstern


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