Jazz Vignettes, Andrew White, III

White III, Andrew

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ANDREW WHITE, saxophonist-composer, is the most voluminously self-produced artist in the history of jazz. Through his own music company in Washington, D.C. he boasts a catalogue of over 1,300 self-produced musical products including everything from 421 John Coltrane saxophone solo transcriptions to three music comedy books. Mr. White has been Principal Oboist for The American Ballet Theatre Orchestra, saxophonist with Elvin Jones and dozens of his own records, and a bassist with Stevie Wonder. His list of compositions is long and varied. Read more »

Jazz Vignettes, Andrew White, III

Genre: 
Sax Quartets 1978 - Present
Composer: 
White, III
Composer First Names: 
Andrew
Composition Date: 
1987
Composed for the ASQ: 

Amherst Sax Quartet puts on arresting performance

Works reviewed: 
Nuages - Scherzo, Eugene Bozza
Jazz Vignettes, Andrew White, III
Tucson Citizen
Tucson, AZ
Dec 9 1988
By: 
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Amherst Sax Quartet puts on arresting performance Many a Centennial Hall patron headed into the cold night air last night, half expecting some kind of punishment. They had been warned by the Amherst Saxophone Quartet's tenor player, Stephen Rosenthal. "This is a classical concert," he told the crowd. Read more »

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