3 For Carson – Grant Stewart
A 3/4 swinger with a classic hard bop sound. Second parts are available for the two-horn arrangement.
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- Recording: Grant Stewart - Estate
- Recorded on: December 8, 2005
- Label: Video Arts (1282)
- Concert Key: C
- Vocal Range: , to
- Style: 3/4 swing (medium)
- Tenor Sax - Grant Stewart, Eric Alexander
- Piano - Ehud Asherie
- Bass - Joel Forbes
- Drums - Phil Stewart
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About the arrangement: The two tenor saxes play some unison and some harmony; most of the harmony occurs at the ends of phrases. Many different intervals are used in the harmonies, and contrary motion appears in certain measures such as the third and seventh measures of the A section. Rhythm section players should get the Condensed Score.
born on June 4, 1971
A swinging tenor saxophonist, Grant Stewart is a powerful, expressive stylist in today's jazz scene. Born in Toronto, Stewart's early exposure to giants like Charlie Parker and Coleman Hawkins came from his father, an English teacher and semi-professional guitarist. By the age of 14 Grant was so advanced on the alto saxophone that he began playing professionally in the Pete Schofield Big Band. At 17, he made the switch to tenor and starting playing with some of his greatest influences in the Toronto jazz scene, Pat LaBarbera and Bob Mover. (He still does play alto saxophone to this day, but his love of artists like John Coltrane and Sonny Rollins encouraged him to make tenor his primary instrument.) Read more...