Transcendental Samba (2002), Harry Fackelman

Transcendental Samba (2002), Harry Fackelman

"Transcendental Samba wasn't supposed to be a samba. The original plan was to write a fusion-type jazz work. Unfortunately, it didn't quite happen. I decided to keep the opening, (because I really liked it), and started again. Somewhat unexpectedly, the tune took on a Yellowjackets/Spyro Gyra melodic style and a samba groove." Read more »

Fackelman, Harry

1956 —

HARRY FACKELMAN, baritone, is a founding member of the ASQ. He studied saxophone with Edward Yadzinski and clarinet with Allen Sigel. He received a BFA in Music Education from SUNY at Buffalo. Mr. Fackelman has performed with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and the Boston Symphony Orchestra in both pops and orchestral settings. Read more »

Transcendental Samba (2002), Harry Fackelman

Genre: 
Jazz
Composer: 
Fackelman
Composer First Names: 
Harry
Composition Date: 
2002
Composed for the ASQ: 
Composed for the ASQ
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