Jazz Composition

After sampling a number of pieces that demonstrate ways in which various jazz composers have generated musical environments that inspire the creativity of their performing jazz musicians  and examining the ways in which these composers have communicated their ideas, this group collectively set itself similar challenges to finding their own ways to best communicate their ideas to the co-members of their ensemble, within the constraints of a 3 minute piece. Led by Issie Barratt.

Students
Maya Austin, Oliver Brooks, Nathaniel Coxon, Adam Crossley, Leon Davies, Josh James, Torsten Jensen, Billy Marrows, Kyle McClatchey, Chris Mayall, Tom Rigby, James Taylor, Rosie Turton, Oliver Vibrans, Stephen Ward, Oliver Wheeler

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Track List

1: Adam Crossley - Bossa Me
2: Billy Marrows- Oktor
3: Chris Mayall - Capes and Japes
4: James Taylor – A Man's best friend
5: Josh James - Hot Cakes
6: Kyle McClatchey- A walk in the park
8: Maya Austin - Journey to the Moon
9: Nathaniel Coxon- jazzy thing
10: Oliver Brooks- "Riddens Lane"
11: Oliver Vibrans- Coffee Combustion Engine
12: Oliver Wheeler- what life is like on Mars
13: Rosie Turton- something about the blues
14: Stephen Ward - Berty
15: Tom Rigby - Purcell Sax Trio
16: Torsten Jensen - Airborne

In this project

In partnership with

The Purcell School of Music

Funded by

Thanks to our funders who make the Summer School possible

The Monument Trust

Musicians Benevolent Fund

Michael Tippett Musical Foundation
Seary Charitable Trust
D'Oyly Carte Charitable Trust
The Idlewild Trust

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