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Dave Schumacher

As a freelance Baritone Saxophonist, Chicago native Dave Schumacher has been active on the New York scene for more than the 30 years. As member of Lionel Hampton’s Orchestra from 1983 to 1987 he toured the Americas and Europe. He again toured with Hamp in 1988 and 1989. A highlight in Dave’s career was traveling with the Art Blakey Big Band to Japan in 1987 to perform at the Mt. Fuji Jazz Festival. Dave was an original member of Harry Connick, Jr.’s Orchestra from its beginnings in 1990 until 2009. He has thrilled audiences touring with Harry in North America, Europe, Asia (Japan, China, Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines and South Korea) and Australia

Album

A Bi-Coastal Christmas

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Winter Wonderland; This Christmas; We Three Kings; A Time for Christmas; Carol of the Drum (The Little Drummer Boy); A Christmas Love Song; O Little Town of Bethlehem; The Christmas Song; Christmas in July; Silent Night.

Album

Endangered Species

Label: Summit Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Too Tonal Free! Dumb!; Henry's Mad Crazy Blues; 398; Homage to Pharoh; On Being Judgemental; Sequito's Too Tonal Free!Drum!; 18th Hole; It's the Same Old Dream; Kickin' a Very Cold Foul; Arch's Nutty Variation; I Thin You Know...; Where's It Goin'?

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Article: Album Review

Dave Schumacher: Endangered Species

Read "Endangered Species" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Back in the beginning there was Gerry Mulligan; or maybe it was Pepper Adams. We're talking baritone saxophone here, of course, especially as a lead instrument. It's still not a horn you often hear out front, regrettably. But with his Summit Records debut, Endangered Species, Dave Schumacher does his part to remedy the situation.Schmacher, ...


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