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Jessie Cox

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Jessie Cox is a composer, drummer, educator and music theorist. He has written over 100 works for various musical ensembles including solo works, chamber- and orchestral works, works for jazz ensembles and choirs. As a performer he has played with musicians from all over the world including Maher Beauroy, Barbara LaFitte, Jeremie Jolo, Lucy Clifford, Alexander Levin, etc. He has been studying composition with Richard Carrick, Derek Hurst, Gabriele Vanoni, Andrew List, Marti Epstein, Manuel Kaufmann and Vuk Kulenovic, and Drums with Neal Smith, Tony “Thunder” Smith and Carlos Kort

Album

Weaving Music

Label: Gold Bolus Recordings
Released: 2020
Track listing: 1. Noises and Sounds are Sonus 2. Tardigrade Journey 3. Anatomy of an Instrument 4. Particle Interference view 5. LoFi-Airways view 6. Spooky Action at a Distance view 7. Transsonus Music

Album

Music is the Language of Spirit

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Track listing: My Love Is Music; Art Note Poem; The Unreal; Quantify; Unreal Becomes Real; City


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