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Changing Seasons


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Acclaimed saxophonist/composer/bandleader Phil Dwyer terms Changing Seasons "my most ambitious project yet, without a doubt." That's saying something, given his resume and adventurous spirit. Changing Seasons is a compelling violin concerto, featuring internationally renown violin virtuoso Mark Fewer, that bridges the jazz and classical worlds in seamless fashion. Changing Seasons is inspired by John Coltrane as much as Vivaldi, and the combination of a large band with horns and a massed string section integrates these diverse musical elements in a truly fresh and accessible way.

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Amazon.com: 2 reviews
Changing seasons. Aug. 24 2012
By Steve B. Hyde - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
fabulous music from some of Canada's really top musicians. A joy to listen to for any jazz fan. delivered on time and in excellent condition by Amazon, as always.

Steve Hyde
Hoot Jan. 12 2012
By David Gibson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
My first review - I'll keep it short.

I've loved both jazz and classical music all my life. Phil Dwyer's Changing Seasons is a wonderful blend of the two. It's not a knock off of Vivaldi as I originally suspected. Mark Fewer's performance on violin is truly inspired, but it's a great "small orchestra/big band" ensemble. Definitely give this a listen. You can hear the whole thing at [...] After about 10 listens, I bought the CD from amazon.com!

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