John Daversa Jazz Orchestra Featuring Justin Morell: All Without Words: Variations Inspired by LorenBy
Loren's Theme; Searching but Never Finding; Two Steps Forward; Seeing It Again for the First Time; The Urgency of Every Moment; Invisible Things; Walking in Our Own Footsteps/The Circle Game; The Smallest Thing; A Day Is Forever/Like Any Other; Three Roads Diverged; Learning What It Means to Be; It's Enough to Be Here, Now.
John Daversa: trumpet; Justin Morell: guitar; Tai Cohen: piano; Dion Kerr: bass; David Chiverton: drums; Conrad Fok: piano; Troy Roberts: saxophone; Melvin Butler: saxophone; Matt Clarke: clarinet; Frankie Capoferri: clarinet; Gabriel Beavers: bassoon; Melanie Villarreal: bassoon; Scott Flavin: composer / conductor; Amanda Quist: composer / conductor; Abby Young: composer / conductor; Lev Garfein: violin; Sheena Gutierrez: violin; Karen Lord-Powell: violin; Steffen Zeichner : violin; Ashley Liberty: violin.
Scott Flavin, orchestra conductor; Amanda Quist, choir conductor; Abby Young, concertmaster. Violin I: Abby Young; Gregory Carreno; Violin II: Svetlana Salminen; Yuhao Zhou; Orlando Forte; Katarina Nazarova; Julia Jakkel; Viola: Matt Nabours; Vishnu Ramankutty; Ross DeBardelaben; Cello: Brent Charran; Shea Kole; Tadao Ito; Bass: Brian Powell; Ethan Olaguibel; Winds: Jennifer Grim: flute; Alyssa Mena: flute, alto flute; Troy Roberts: soprano and tenor saxophone; Melvin Butler: soprano and tenor saxophone; Frankie Capoferri: clarinet, bass clarinet; Richard Todd: horn; Stan Spinola: horn; Antoni Olesik: timpani, vibraphone, glockenspiel, marimba; Choir: Emily Finke: soprano; Safia Zaman: soprano; Alexandra Colaizzi: alto; Kate Reid: alto; Sidney O’Gorman: tenor; Noah Zaidspiner: tenor; Thandolwethu Mamba: bass; Dylan Melville: bass.
Title: All Without Words: Variations Inspired by Loren | Year Released: 2021 | Record Label: Tiger Turn
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