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Andrew Hadro [Hey-dro] Andrew Hadro is a professional musician, composer, and bandleader in Brooklyn, New York. Hadro’s primary instrument is baritone saxophone, though he also performs on bass clarinet, Bb clarinet, and flute, and is one of the only working musicians in New York City to play the bass saxophone. Recently, Hadro has been presenting compositions by current living composers through his ongoing project "For Us, The Living," An effort to honor tradition through innovation. Hadro has performed and recorded two albums for this series, with the most recent released in April 2018. After 15 years in NYC, Hadro can be heard through an expanding discography and frequent live performances
By Ryan Anselmi
Label: Self Produced
Track listing: Come on Little Baby; You Can Never Hold Back Spring; Wichita Lineman; Oh Shenandoah; I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry; Turn, Turn, Turn; Angel Flying to Close to the Ground; Home On The Range; Tennessee Waltz; Vincent (Starry, Starry, Night); Sunset and the Mockingbird.
13tet is a group of seasoned New York jazz players, playing charts that let them blow! Smaller and leaner than the usual big band, 13tet emphasizes the players as soloists and personalities, with arrangements rooted in the big band tradition but brought into the 21st Century. It’s hard-driving jazz that explores interesting textures and meters- as ...
By Andrew Hadro
Label: Tone Rogue Records
Track listing: Cortelyou; Marcescence; Alexis; Essences II; View From Without; Granada; Over Shadow Hill Way (Excerpt 1); Back Home; Due Course; Faust Arp; Throughout; Running Tangents; Over Shadow Hill Way (Excerpt 2)
by Angelo Leonardi
Ha atteso quasi un decennio, il sax baritono Andrew Hadro, per incidere il primo disco a suo nome. Dopo alcune collaborazioni minori, dal 2006 al 2008 è stato scritturato da Chico Hamilton -con cui ha pubblicato sei album -e negli anni successivi da Junior Mance e Tony Malaby. Nato a Città del Messico e cresciuto per ...
by Dan Bilawsky
Abraham Lincoln had one eye on the past and the other on the present and future when he gave his famous Gettysburg Address. In that speech, celebrating its sesquicentennial when this album was recorded in 2013, Lincoln spoke of honoring the fallen, furthering what they started, and looking forward to a new birth of freedom." As ...