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NI 6244

Things Considered - Young Ideas in Jazz

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Brodie Jarvie

- (Acoustic bass)

Michael Butcher

- (Alto/Soprano saxophone)

John Lowrie

- (Drums)

Peter Johnstone

- (Piano)

Andrew Baker

- (Tenor saxophone)

Venue:

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland



Producer:

Tommy Smith



Record Label
Nimbus

Genre:

Jazz / Ragtime & Blues




Total Time - 46:41
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PETER JOHNSTONE

1 

Simpel Things

13:35
 

BRODIE JARVIE

2 

The Reaper's War

6:37
 

JOHN LOWRIE

3 

The Squinty Bridge

7:32
 

MICHAEL BUTCHER

4 

The Event

9:49
 

ANDREW BAKER

5 

Hurricane

9:08
   


As Artistic Director of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s first full-time jazz course, it is my sincere pleasure to present to you our very first graduating students. Jazz is a serious music and is a conduit to understanding all musical art forms. Whenever young musicians open their imaginations to improvisation they then have a skeleton key to open the door to any musical genre. It takes talent and dedication for sure; but it also requires imagination, application and strength of character. Now, the first ever full-time jazz course in Scotland can boast that it is taking purposeful steps towards stemming that exodus of jazz talent from our country. The five students on this recording have all evolved and matured as an ensemble throughout a demanding, but nevertheless hugely enjoyable four year jazz degree course. Here, they represent themselves with inventive, original compositions that certainly reflect their individual personalities. However, these tunes are also insights into their inspirations, aspirations and ambitions at the beginning of what we all hope are fruitful careers and an illuminating journey through jazz. On the evidence of these recordings the future is bright. The future is Jazz. Professor Dr. Tommy Smith , Artistic Director of Jazz

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