Anything relating to klezmer or cantorial music is fair game.
I've performed klezmer and cantorial music for decades, as well as jazz and classical voice and trumpet, composition, arranging, and performing.
Bachelor of Music in trumpet performance. Double major in voice.
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Lee, I have read that it was composed by Elmer Bernstein (who scored the movie) and featured the playing of noted steel drums / pans player, Andy Narell. The track is called "Jamaican Bye Bye."
I don't know the show you're talking about, but on June 25 VH1 was scheduled to broadcast the following: Coldplay – Live from Glastonbury SATURDAY, JUNE 25 AT 10PM ET/PT Is that what you're asking
Mark, This one had me completely stumped, so I emailed a friend (a jazz singer and sometimes student of mine who grew up in Japan) and she was able to provide an answer about the song, but not the recording
It is up to the composer to determine the instrumentation for his or her score for a movie, video game, or any other media. The composer may be constrained by technology, location, and most importantly
Deloris, I don't know of an Andy Williams recording of Danny Boy, but I'm confident that he made one. Just about any singer who has ever performed in front of a largely Irish audience has sung it,