High School For Performing And Visual Arts Jazz Ensemble - HSPVA Jazz 1981 FLAC album
Hemet High School Jazz Ensemble JEFF TOWER DIRECTOR Year: 1981 Album: "Let There Be Jazz" Track: 1. Chiefs Blues.
Published By – Warner Bros. Published By – Stanza Music. Published By – Dallas Jazz Productions. Published By – Hancock Music Company. Published By – Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation.
Kinder High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. Kinder High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (Kinder HSPVA, HSPVA or PVA) is a secondary school located at 790 Austin Street in the downtown district of Houston, Texas. The school is a part of the Houston Independent School District. The school educates grades nine through twelve.
The High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (HSPVA) is a secondary school in the Houston Independent School District, located at 4001 Stanford Street in the Montrose community of Houston, Texas. The school serves grades 9-12, and is divided into five departments: Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Dance, Theatre (including technical theatre) and Visual Arts. HSPVA has no actual feeder patterns; since it is a magnet school, it takes students from all over the HISD and, until recently, from other school districts. Students are required to audition for entry under one art area. Notable alumni include: ●Lisa Hartman Black - television personality ●Chandra Wilson - actress ●Susan Choi - novelist ●Everett Harp - jazz musician ●Mark Selinger - photographer.
Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts Arts Jazz '91 Personnel: LAB SINGERS. Sopranos: Hilarie Davis Gena Hunt Asia Morgan. Dates Recorded: May 28 & 29, 1991 Jazz Combo and Jazz Trio May 30 & 31, 1991 Lab Singers. Recording Sites: Booker T. Washington HSPVA Studio, Luis Martinez, Engineer Studio Southwest, Sunnyvale, TX, John Early, Engineer. DAT Mastering: John Early Mixing: Luis Martinez, Bart Marantz and John Early Cover: Bart Forbes.
High School for the Performing and Visual Arts 4001 Stanford St. HSPVA Theatre Department 4001 Stanford St. 4001 Stanford S. HSPVA Jazz Combo I performs at the 1st Annual Cezanne Jazz Festival, SATURDAY, May 4, 7:30-8:15PM. com Kendrick Scott’s beautiful new album feels like a musical take on an . Escher lithograph, where endings and beginnings intertwine such that they feel like a circuit rather than points on a line. Kinder HSPVA Jazz Combo 1 at Discovery Green 4-05-2019 for Da Camera's JAM Series. Congrats, everyone! 6th Period Jazz Combo at Discovery Green 4-3-2019. Da Camera JAM at Discovery Green - 2019 Kickoff - Da Camera chamber music and jazz.
HSPVA Jazz Ensembles is at High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. Texas Jazz Educators Association (TJEA) Symposium at HSPVA, 4001 Stanford ST, Houston, TX 77006. Hope you can attend! HSPVA Jazz Ensembles is with Lisa Henderson and 2 others.
Houston High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, fall Jazz concert, November 7, 2014. Dawson Dowdy on piano. Cappuccino Freeway (Live). Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America Cappuccino Freeway (Live) · Houston High School for the Performing and Visual Arts Jazz Ensemble 2015 Texas. Groovin High by Dizzy Gillespie HSPVA Fall Jazz Concert, Nov 7, 2014. Houston High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, fall Jazz concert, November 7, 2014.
HSPVA was placed as the top school in the Greater Houston Area by Children at Risk's 2009 annual ranking of high schools, and it still remains on the top ten list in 2012 . Mike Moreno Jazz Guitarist. Matt Mullenweg (Founding developer of the popular open-source blogging software WordPress). Performing, creative, fine, and visual arts high schools in the United States.
Houston has a visual and performing arts scene in the Theater District. In August 1836, two real estate entrepreneurs from New York, Augustus Chapman Allen and John Kirby Allen, purchased 6,642 acres of land along Buffalo Bayou with the intent of founding a city. HSPVA was placed as the top school in the Greater Houston Area by Children at Risks 2009 annual ranking of high schools, since 2003, HSPVA has had eight students named US Presidential Scholars in the Arts by the US Department of Education as selected by the National YoungArts Foundation. The album features six original compositions by Glasper alongside versions of the jazz standards Blue Skies, Alone Together, Glasper has said that his arrangement of the Hancock tune was inspired by the Radiohead song Everything in Its Right Place.
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Arranged By – John-Everett BealGuitar – Josh SynaPiano – Stephanie YorkTenor Saxophone – Scott LukerTrombone – Bill Fitzgerald Written-By – Herbie Hancock
Drums – Warren Grant Tenor Saxophone – Scott LukerTrumpet – Brian Alexander Written-By – Pete Vollmers
Alto Saxophone – Larry DiazClarinet – Deena GaskellDrums – Kelvin CookseyTrombone – Jim DeBoseTrumpet – Victor Nash Written-By – Dominic Spera
|B1||Some Other Time
Alto Saxophone – Tony CampiseArranged By – Don ElamWritten-By – Leonard Bernstein
Trombone – Bill Fitzgerald Written-By – Paul Hart
|B3||Kä Ju Moe Samba
Sopranino Saxophone – Kirk WhalumWritten-By – Mike Loveless
Alto Saxophone – Bart FollisGuitar – Jeff Hoffman Piano – Stephanie YorkTenor Saxophone – Scott LukerWritten-By – Lennie Niehaus
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – High School For Performing And Visual Arts
- Published By – Warner Bros. Music
- Published By – Stanza Music
- Published By – Dallas Jazz Productions
- Published By – Hancock Music Company
- Published By – Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
- Directed By – Bob Morgan*
Notes℗ High School For Performing And Visual Arts, 1981
3517 Austin St., Houston, Texas 77004
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- Rights Society (A1): ASCAP
- Rights Society (B1): BMI
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): MC 20142A // 12995
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): MC 20142B // 12996