Bertram Turetzky

Primary Instrument: Bass, acoustic

Bertram Turetzky

Bertram Turetzky (b. February 14, 1933) is a contemporary American double bass soloist, teacher, and author of The Contemporary Contrabass (1974, 1989), a book that looked at a number of new and interesting ways of playing the double bass including featuring it as a solo performance vehicle with no other instrumental accompaniment. Turetzky has performed and recorded more than 300 pieces written by and for him. He is a composer whose music has achieved some prominence, as have his interpretations of early music and composers like Domenico Dragonetti. Music critic Michael Steinberg has praised his continuo playing. Turetzky has appeared as a featured soloist in the major music centers of the world....
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Bert Turetzky/George Lewis/Vinny Golia, Triangulation II (Kadima Collective Recordings 2010)
Bertram Turetzk/Vinny Golia, The San Diego Sessions (Kadima Collective, 2009)
Bertram Turetzky, Tributes (Nine Winds, 2005)
Nancy Turetzky/Bertram Turetzky, Music for Flute and Contrabass (Nine Winds, 2001)
Bert Turetzky/Mike Wofford, Transition and Transformation (Nine Winds, 2000)
Bert Turetzky, Suddenly It's Evening (CRI, 1999)
Barre Phillips/Bertram Turetzky/Vinny Golia, Trignition (Nine Winds, 1999)
Bert Turetzky, Logs (by Paul Chihara. CRI, 1999)
Bertram Turetzky, Tenors, Echoes, and Wolves (Nine Winds, 1998)
Ed Harkins/Vinny Golia/Bertram Turetzky, Glossarium (Nine Winds, 1998)
Bertram Turetzky, Inflections I (New World, 1998)
Wadada Leo Smith/Vinny Golia/Bert Turetzky, Prataxis (Nine Winds, 1997)
Vinny Golia/George Lewis/Bertram Turetzky, Triangulation (Nine Winds, 1996)
Bertram Turetzky/Vinny Golia, Intersection (Nine Winds, 1996)
Vinny Golia/George Lewis/Bertram Turetzky, Triangulation (Nine Winds, 1996)
Vinny Golia/Bertram Turetzky, 11 reasons To Begin (Music and Arts, 1996)
Bertram Turetzky, Ais Nuema Records, 1994)
Bertram Turetzky, Compositions and Improvisations (Nine Winds, 1993)
Second Avenue Klezmer Ensemble, Traditions and Transitions (Second Avenue, 1992)
Bertram Turetzky, New Music For Contrabass (Finnadar, 1976)
Bertram Turetzky, The Contemporary Contrabass (Nonesuch, 1976)
Bertram Turetzky, Dragonetti Lives (Takoma Records, 1975)
Bertram Turetzky, The New World Of Sound (Ars Nova, 1969)
Bertram Turetzky, In No Strange Land (Nonesuch Records, 1968)
Bertram Turetzky, The Virtuoso Double Bass (Medea Records, 1966)
Bertram Turetzky, Contrabassist (Advance FGR-1, 1964)

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