MP3 Orbert Davis - Blue Notes
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: "Blue Notes" is this jazz trumpeter’s third effort and follow-up to his critically acclaimed "Priority." It includes performances by tenor sax guru Ari Brown and jazz vocalist extraordinaire Ms. Dee Alexander
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One of Chicago’s busiest and most sought after musicians, jazz trumpeter Orbert Davis has recorded over 3000 television and radio commercials and many recordings for such notables as Kurt Elling, Ramsey Lewis and Oscar Lopez to name a few. Winner of the 1995 Cognac Hennessy National Jazz Search, Orbert was chosen as one of Chicago Tribune’s "1995 Arts People of the Year" and Chicago Magazine named him "Y2k Best Trumpeter in Chicago" and "Chicagoan of the Year 2002". He was featured soloist at the 1996 Chicago Jazz Festival, performing Miles Davis and Gil Evans’ "Sketches of Spain", the 2001 Chicago Jazz Festival, performing Louis Armstrong’s "Hot 5 & Hot 7" recordings and the 2004 Chicago Jazz Festival where he debuted his critically acclaimed Chicago Jazz Philharmonic. Orbert’s composition, "Concerto for Jazz Quartet and Orchestra" and "Four Tone Poems" received rave reviews after he premiered them with the Chicago Sinfonietta Orchestra in November 1998 and November 2003 at Chicago’s Symphony Center. He has shared the stage with such notables as Wynton Marsalis, TS Monk, Stevie Wonder, Dr. John, Kurt Elling, Ernie Watts, Ramsey Lewis, Grover Washington Jr. and The Smithsonian Masterworks Jazz Orchestra. Orbert was jazz consultant to Academy Award Winning Director Sam Mendes and music arranger on the DreamWorks feature film "Road to Perdition" starring Tom Hanks and Paul Newman.