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I play principal oboe on this, with the Toronto Chamber Orchestra. Nicholas McGegan conducts. Nadina Mackie Jackson is a virtuosic marvel of the bassoon, and her partner Guy Few, on trumpet, sounds divine in this recording.
MARIMOLIN. GM2023. The piece is “Bluefire Crown III”, by the amazing Les Thimmig. This was recorded on Gunther Schuller’s label, with Herr Schuller himself producing from the booth. Marimolin (Nancy Zeltsman, marimba, Sharan Leventhal, violin) play along with the composer of the piece on bass clarinet, and myself on oboe.
AINE MINOGUE: TO WARM THE WINTER’S NIGHT. Evergreen Music EM014. Aine is a Celtic harpist and singer; I collaborated with her for this Christmas album which was produced by the late Johnny Cunningham.www.minogue.com
trumpet/tenor combination? NO, it’s bassoon and oboe! www.jazzbassoonist.com
JAZZ COMPOSERS ALLIANCE: FLUX. Northeastern Records.I play baritone sax and oboe again, This record features works of Julius Hemphill and Sam Rivers, as well as the Alliance’s works. www.jazzcomposersalliance.org
JUMPIN’ IN THE FUTURE. GM 3010. This features the big band Orange Then Blue playing Gunther Schuller’s arrangements ala Birth of the Cool. Thank God Gunther thought of the oboewhen he wrote the title track in the 50s!
KEN SCHAPHORST BIG BAND: AFTER BLUE. AC 4202. Here you can hear me on baritone sax as well as oboe. Thank you Ken for thinking of me when you wrote the beatiful ballad called “Cleopatra” featuring oboe. Ken’s an amazing big band arranger and composer who is based at the New England Conservatory.
Toronto Camerata, Kevin Mallon, Conductor
Kevin Mallon, conductor.
From the hundreds of classical CDs Gramophone reviews each month, editor James Jolly selects this recording as one of his top 10 picks !
Grammophone Magazine March 2006 issue
” throughout the Canadian ensemble is among the best on disc, and with some very fine woodwind contributions the suites make a formidable rival to any recording in the catalogue, the Water Music being particularly recommended”
CD Reviewer – David’s Review Corner – January 2006