Biru Kirusai – Eric Alexander & Jim Rotondi
An exciting mix of Latin, rock, and funk. Lead sheets, second parts and C condensed score available.
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- Recording: Cory Weeds - Everything's Coming Up Weeds
- Recorded on: January 19, 2009
- Label: Cellar Live (Cl 011010)
- Concert Key: E-flat minor
- Vocal Range: , to
- Style: Latin Rock
- Trumpet - Jim Rotondi
- Tenor Sax - Cory Weeds
- Piano - Ross Taggart
- Bass - John Webber
- Drums - Willie Jones, III
- Jim Rotondi (tp), Engin Recepogullari (ts), Burak Bedikyan (p), Kagan Yildiz (b), Ferit Odman (d). Biru Kirusai by Jim Rotondi & Eric Alexander.
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born on August 4, 1968
A straight-ahead jazz saxophonist, Eric Alexander is known for his sophisticated hard- and post-bop style. Born in Illinois, he began as a classical musician studying alto sax, but quickly began an obsession with the tenor saxophone at Indiana University at Bloomington. Inspired to pursue his musical pursuits further, Eric transferred to William Paterson College in New Jersey, where he studied with jazz legends like Harold Mabern, Joe Lovano, Norman Simmons and Rufus Reid. After receiving his degree, he moved back to the Midwest, where he became a fixture in the Chicago club scene touring with Charles Earland. Read more...
born on August 28, 1962
A major straight-ahead trumpeter and flugelhornist worldwide for twenty years, Jim Rotondi has charmed the jazz world with his warm tone, versatility and soulful improvisation. Born and raised in Montana—an unlikely place for a jazz musician—Jim was inspired by his musical family to take up the piano at age eight. At twelve, he switched to the trumpet. There was very little musical community to speak of in his hometown of Butte, but like many trumpeters, early exposure to a Clifford Brown vinyl set captured Jim's imagination and kindled within him a lifelong passion for jazz. Read more...