Michael Zerang - The Shuddering Cherub - For Solo Piano With Vibrating Elements album mp3
Composed by Michael Zerang. Pink Palace Records PPCD005 (US). Thanks to snobb for the addition and js for the updates. No release results found : showing artist results instead.
The shuddering cherub.
Michael Zerang & The Blue Lights Hash Eaters & Peacekeepers (This is the companion release to SONGS FROM THE BIG BOOK OF LOVE). Side A 1. Ashur Loves you 2. Le Grand Danseur 3. Ishta's Misirlou. Side B 4. Take My Drunken Eyes 5. Al Bint El Chalabiya 6. Date Night. MARS WILLIAMS - soprano sax alto sax, 6 tenor sax, 3, 4 DAVE REMPIS - alto sax, tenor, 5 baritone sax, 3, 6 JOSHUA BERMAN - cornet KENT KESSLER - contrabass MICHAEL ZERANG - drums. 2, 3, 4 - recorded live in concert by Dave Zuchowski, at Hungry Brain - Chicago, August 10, 2014, (thanks to Josh.
Both based in Chicago, among other things, they have recorded and released albums with different guests forming trios, to include Axel Dörner, John Butcher, Jaap Blonk, Sten Sandell, Christoph Erb, and Michael Colligan. Survival Unit III has toured and performed extensively, nationally and internationally. This recording was made during a USA tour in the expansive and beautiful space of the Krannert Art Museum in Champaign, IL. on September18, 2014.
Chicago native Michael Zerang is a percussionist, improvisor and composer. He has co-founded and performed with countless musical groups, written over 100 original musical, sound compositions in collaboration with choreographers, theater companies, performance artists, new music ensembles, and film and video makers. Zerang has collaborated extensively with contemporary theater, dance, and other multidisciplinary forms and has received three Joseph Jefferson Awards for Original Music Composition in Theater, in collaboration with Redmoon Theater, in 1996, 1998, and 2000.
Michael Zerang (born November 16, 1958 in Chicago) is an American jazz percussionist. Zerang's parents both emigrated to the United States from the Middle East; his father is Iranian and his mother Iraqi. He began playing professionally in 1976 (with Kent Kessler), and studied at Wilbur Wright College from 1977 to 1978 and Roosevelt College from 1978 to 1982. He began touring internationally in 1981, and has recorded on more than 120 albums.
Michael Zerang - The Hunger of Erysichthon. org/ 3429 W. Diversey Chicago, IL 60647. Michael Zerang THE HUNGER OF ERYSICHTHON for electronic music ensemble. Jim Baker Todd Carter Jacob Kart Joseph Kramer Brian Labycz Joseph Clayton Mills Jason Soliday Aaron Zarzutzki. I have performed a series of studies for solo performer, designed to explore the instruments sonic and musical properties and potential, and act as the precursor to a full length composition for the instrument. 1 - Michael Zerang & The Blue Lights - Dancing for Cigarettes (from Songs From the Big Book of Love, 2015 Pink Palace).
Michael Zerang – Cedarhead. Drums, Goblet Drum, Percussion – Michael Zerang. Mixed By, Mastered By – Lou Mallozzi. Recorded By – Marc Codsi. Recorded between 3rd and 14th of April 2006 at the Grand Music Room of Bustros Palace, Beirut, Lebanon. Mixed and mastered at The Experimental Sound Studio Chicago. C) 2006 The Artists (P) 2007 Al Maslakh.
Michael Zerang has a rich history of collaboration with these wonderful, Chicago-based musicians, in some cases dating back over 30 years. Their heady rhythms buttress and color the all-out assault of brass rupturing from Windy City heavies Rempis, Williams and Berman. Their first performance is a great indication, expect deep acid grooves in a potent decoction of World vernaculars.
Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741
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NotesMichael Zerang - piano
Composed by Michael Zerang
Recorded, Mixed & Mastered by Alex Inglisian
Recorded at Experimental Sound Studio - Chicago
Cover Art: Michael Zerang
©2018 munimulamusic / ASCAP
Pink Palace Records PPCD005
This Recording is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency