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  • Angiolo Tarocchi (arranger)

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    I am an italian musician with expertise in classical and jazz music as composer, arranger, conductor, double bass player, producer and educator. My musical education includes Specialist Certificate in Jazz Composition and Arranging...

  • Anthony Coleman II (arranger)

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    Anthony Coleman II keeps his feet on the ground and his horn in the sky. Paramount for Anthony is the idea of respect; respect for the roots and traditions of Jazz, which earned him a spot in the inaugural class of Dave Brubeck, Don Byas,...

  • Antonio Ciaccas Harlem Jazz Collective (arranger)

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    Reviving, Reliving what Monk, Dizzy, Bird started. Antonio Ciacca's Harlem Jazz Collective is a group of killing musicians who live in/around Harlem and just want to Swing! Every Saturday night at the historic Minton's Playhouse they...

  • Bill Finegan (arranger)

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    Bill Finegan, an architect of the big band sounds of Tommy Dorsey and Glenn Miller later traded in commercial success to co-create the Sauter-Finegan Orchestra, which produced music that still stands as some of the most experimental of the...

  • Bill O'Connell (arranger)

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    A native New Yorker who studied classical music at The Oberlin Conservatory of Music. Early in his career, he played in various salsa and jazz settings that set the tone for his musical style. In 1977, he joined salsa great Mongo...

  • Bob Belden (arranger)

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    One of the most adventurous arrangers of the 1990s and 2000s, Bob Belden took the music of Puccini, Prince, and (with the most success) Sting, and turned it into jazz. After graduating from the University of North Texas in 1978, he was...

  • Caiphus Semenya (arranger)

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    Caiphus Semenya - arranger, composer, bandleader, vocalist Caiphus Semenya is one of South Africa’s foremost musical directors and composers, dedicating a lifetime of work as a performer and arranger of African music. Semenya left South...

  • Chris Walden (arranger)

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    Four-time Grammy nominated German composer/arranger/conductor CHRIS WALDEN has scored more than 40 feature and TV films, and has written more than a thousand orchestral and big band arrangements for artists including Christina Aguilera,...

  • Don Redman (arranger)

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    Don Redman is considered the first jazz composer/arranger by many. He was also the first musician with both the inspiration and academic knowledge for this style of music. In short, he invented jazz writing for the big band, not only...

  • Don Sebesky (arranger)

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    Don Sebesky is best known as house arranger for many of producer Creed Taylor's Verve, A&M, and CTI productions; the man whose orchestral backgrounds helped make artists like Wes Montgomery, Paul Desmond, Freddie Hubbard, and George Benson...

  • Ed Puddick (arranger)

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    Jazz composer, arranger and leader of the Ed Puddick Big Band.

  • Ed Roth (arranger)

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    "Mad Beatnik" by Ed Roth features 3-time Grammy winning saxophonist Tom Scott, as well as Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Grammy winning drummer, Chad Smith! Ed's sophomore album of the same name ("Mad Beatnik") is a follow up to his...

  • Edgar Avenir (arranger)

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    College Level Professional at 21 Travelled abroad Session player Male Filipino

  • Eric Hofbauer Quintet (arranger)

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    Prehistoric Jazz is a concert program and sister recordings (volumes 1 and 2) which features Hofbauer’s jazz quintet arrangements of both Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring and Messiaen’s Quartet For The End Of Time. The program title...

  • Ernie Wilkins (arranger)

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    Ernest Brooks Wilkins Jr. was a jazz arranger and writer who also played tenor saxophone. He might be best known for his work with Count Basie. He also wrote for Tommy Dorsey, Harry James, and Dizzy Gillespie. In addition to that he was...

  • Fletcher Henderson (arranger)

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    The bands Fletcher Henderson led in the 1920s and 1930s were vitally significant incubators of new developments in jazz. Henderson played a key role in bringing improvisatory jazz styles from New Orleans and other areas of the country to...

  • Fullface (arranger)

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    Fullface is a bunch of Danes living as a music collective.

  • Glen Wagstaff (arranger)

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    Glen Wagstaff is a US born composer and guitarist based in Christchurch, New Zealand. He received his musical training at the CPIT MusicArts School. Here he was introduced to the music of Maria Schneider, Darcy James Argue and Kenny...

  • Harley White Jr (arranger)

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    Bassist, Composer, Arranger Since 1991, Harley White Jr. has been a prominent figure on the Sacramento music scene in a wide array of roles from pop recording artist with “Papa’s Culture”, as a creative force with...

  • Henri Gerrits (arranger)

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    Henri Gerrits - Trombonist/Composer/Arranger Henri studied trombone at the Enschede Conservertory in the 80’s. 10 years after that he studied arranging- & composing with Joan Reinders and graduated in the 1999’s. After his study he...

  • Ill Poetic (arranger)

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    Ill Poetic is the Girl Talk of Cincinnati with a voice of his own. We are proud to present the new hip-hop representation. An artist whose inspirations in album production range from Trent Reznor to Jay Dilla, Ill Poetic distributes his...

  • Isaac (arranger)

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  • Jack Cortner (arranger)

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  • Jerome Kern (arranger)

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    Jerome Kern - pianist, composer (1885 - 1945) A colossus of the American Musical Theater, Jerome Kern was born in New York City on Jan. 27, 1885. His first music teacher was his pianist-mother. He later studied at the New York College of...

  • Jimmy Deangelis (arranger)

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    DeAngelis began playing American jazz in French clubs, his unique sound allowed him to arrange many famous recordings. His peers credit him for elevating the guitar from a rhythm instrument to a solo instrument. DeAngelis was influenced by...

  • Joel Barbosa (arranger)

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    MM (Line Writing Arranging) BM (Composing and Conducting) BM (Trumpet) Music Education

  • John Stephens "CooBlue Ensemble" (arranger)

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    JOHN STEPHENS Experienced, versatile composer, arranger, conductor, producer, performer with a command of woodwind instruments and a broad range of musical styles. Plays alto, tenor, soprano and baritone saxophones, flute, clarinet and...

  • Johnny Mandel (arranger)

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    The eventful career of Johnny Mandel is grounded by a thorough background in music that has resulted in his being acclaimed in the pantheon of American composers, arrangers, record producers and songwriters. His is a career that has had...

  • killer BOB (arranger)

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    The formation of killer BOB was an accident. When a friend (visual artist Gavin Gamboa) of drummer Max Jaffe came to New York City to play a show, he asked Jaffe if he had a group that wanted to play. Jaffe said yes, although no such group...

  • Lars Beijbom (arranger)

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  • Little Worlds (arranger)

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    Little Worlds is dedicated to innovative reinterpretations of the Mikrokosmos collection. Written by 20th century Hungarian composer Bela Bartok, Mikrokosmos, or Little Worlds, was originally intended as a progressive study of piano...

  • Malcolm Edmonstone (arranger)

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    Malcolm Edmonstone is a jazz pianist and arranger, born in Perth, Scotland in 1980. In 1998 he moved to London to study with Simon Purcell and Pete Churchill at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where he is now professor and a key...

  • Manny Albam (arranger)

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    Manny Albam - arranger, As a jazz composer, arranger, conductor and teacher, in a career that spanned seven decades, Manny Albam worked with some of the most celebrated jazz performers, including Dizzy Gillespie, Coleman Hawkins, Stan...

  • Marinaxxx (arranger)

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  • Marty Sheller (arranger)

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    Marty Sheller was born in Newark (pronounced “new-urk”), New Jersey, on March 15, 1940. His first instrument was snare drum, which he took up in school at age 10. “I had a definite affinity for the drum,” he recalls. “I always...

  • Matso Limtiaco (arranger)

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    Matso Limtiaco (b. 1963) majored in Music Education as an undergraduate. After a brief period teaching public school music, he earned his MA in music theory/composition at Washington State University in 1990. He spent six years teaching...

  • Matt Dickey (arranger)

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    Matt Dickey is a guitarist, composer/arranger and engineer based in NYC. As an undergrad, he studied with Dave Stoltz (of the Dickey Betts Band) and Bob Carabillo at Trinity College in Hartford, CT. Currently, he is a grad student in NYU's...

  • Matthew Herbert Big Band (arranger)

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    Matthew Herbert began experimenting with aleatoric processes while studying drama at Exeter University in the early 1990s. He gave his first public performance in 1995 as Wishmountain, reportedly using a bag of crisps as an instrument. Two...

  • Mike Kaplan (arranger)

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    Mike Kaplan (arranger/tenor saxophone) envisioned the Nonet as a unit combining the strength, cohesion and varied tonal colors of a big band with the spontaneity and flexibility of a small group. The Nonet features 6 horns out front, an...

  • Nate Lombardi (arranger)

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    As long as I can remember I’ve been attracted to music with funk and soul. It started with Stevie and expanded quickly to Hip-Hop. Now living in heart of Harlem I don’t have to look far; its all around me. I am a big fan of all the...

  • Nelson Riddle (arranger)

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    Nelson Riddle - arranger (1921 - 1985) Nelson Riddle was one of the greatest arrangers in the history of American popular music. He worked with many of the major pop vocalists of his day, but it was his immortal work with Frank Sinatra,...

  • NOTIFY (arranger)

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    At the crossroads of a new movement in Irish music, NOTIFY breathes new life into their music and song, with “a musical tapestry that ranges from soft melodies to crashing crescendos". Centred around the wizardry of Concertina player...

  • Paul Vesco (arranger)

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    A musician and entertainer for most of his life, Paul Vesco started accordion lessons at the age of 3. As a teenager taking up the popular instrument of the day, guitar, and eventually moving to organ, Paul gained local notoriety as a...

  • Pramod Timilsina (arranger)

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  • Principles Sound (arranger)

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    Principles Sound is a jazz world band, led by Pino D’Eri - bass, Dario Chiazzolino - guitar and Gianni Branca - drums. Following the demise of their first album – Lost in the Jungle, Principles Sound established the musical ensemble in...

  • Ray Ellis (arranger)

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    In a career that began in the mid-1950s, Ray Ellis arranged the music for “Standing on the Corner" and “Moments to Remember" for the Four Lads; “Splish Splash" and “Dream Lover" for Bobby Darin; “Everybody Loves a...

  • Robert Lingnau (arranger)

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    Graduate music arranger and composer that works for a wide array of styles and ensemble sizes.

  • Scott Arcangel (arranger)

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    Scott Arcangel composes music for and performs on piano with a variety of jazz and commercial music ensembles. He also plans live and broadcast events, as well as arranging and producing studio recordings with the West Point Band, where he...

  • Serge Bogdanov (arranger)

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    Jazz Arranger and Baritone Saxophonist. Band Leader of Jazz Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Sherry Hackney Cade (arranger)

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    Many arrangements and orchestrations for singers and instrumentalists with ensembles up to 80-piece orchestra for live performances. Visit www.sherryhackneycade.com to hear original compositions.

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