This is becoming a thing, posting my son’s music. I’ll probably need a better title for the series than “A Little More Music…” since the kid will be composing and performing jazz to share with the world for years to come.
Here’s his latest, Freedom of Expression. It is written in “a variety of key centers to illustrate the same theme in different, fluid ways”, he says. (I think that’s musician-speak for “I got creative”.)
Performed by the University of Texas Spring 2017 Jazz Ensemble on March 2, with the (shaky) video captured by yours truly, here is Freedom of Expression, for your Sunday evening listening pleasure.
Other Music from Our Prolific Millennial
- Still More Music for a Sunday Evening: “Like Poppies”
- A Little (More) Music for a Sunday Evening
- A Little Music for a Saturday Evening
- A Little Music for a Sunday Evening
- Music Feeds the Soul
Copyright 2017, Glover Gardens Cookbook (except the music, of course, which belongs entirely to Thomas Wenglinski)
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