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Tunnel Vision -Instant Download
Jazz Ensemble, Level IV
by Arthur White
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Tunnel Vision (Level IV)
is a modal jazz composition inspired by the fusion groups Yellowjackets and Steps Ahead. A floating melody sits atop a heavy 12/8 Afro Cuban fusion groove, driven by a catchy ostinato bass/left hand piano line, and a bridge that swings. Transposed solo changes are included to feature your best soloists, no matter where they sit in your band. Lead Trumpet plays written high F. Optional, yet highly recommended, parts for guitar and vibes. Recorded on Tunnel Vision (Mizzou Jazz Studies) by the University of Missouri Concert Jazz Band.
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Dr. Arthur White
is the director of jazz studies and associate professor of music at the University of Missouri. Dr. White conducts the Concert Jazz Band, which has risen to national prominence since his arrival at MU in 2009. Additionally, he directs the Graduate Jazz Combo and Creative Improvisation Ensemble, and oversees the combo program. Dr. White also teaches courses in improvisation, pedagogy, arranging and composition, and administers the Undergraduate Jazz Certificate and Minor, and the new Master of Music in Jazz Performance and Pedagogy.
White is the producer, chief arranger, director, and a saxophone soloist on five critically acclaimed recordings by the MU Concert Jazz Band; the fifth, Open Window, will be released in September 2014, and features the guest artistry of trumpet virtuoso Sean Jones and master saxophonist Jimmy Greene. MU jazz ensembles under Dr. White’s direction have been selected to perform at the 2012 and 2014 international conferences for the Jazz Education Network, 2011 and 2012 conferences for the International Society for Improvised Music, and the 2012 Missouri Music Educators Association conference. White was selected as a 2011 Wakonse Teaching Fellow, and was nominated in 2014 for the Provost’s Outstanding Junior Faculty Research Award. White has been selected as a research author for Teaching Music through Performance in Jazz, Vol. 2, which will be published by GIA Publications in 2015.
Prior to his appointment at MU, Dr. White was the director of jazz studies at Northeastern State University (OK). During his tenure at NSU, Dr. White produced five critically acclaimed CDs with the NSU Jazz Ensemble; two of those recordings were named as Blue Chip Award winners by Jazz Education Journal, signifying the recordings as among the 10 best in college jazz recordings. NSU named Dr. White as a Centurion, naming him as one of the 100 most influential people in the university’s history. He was also named the 2007 Oklahoma Jazz Educator of the Year by the Oklahoma Jazz Educators Alliance.
Ensembles under White’s direction have recorded with a veritable Who’s Who in modern jazz: Bobby Watson, Russell Malone, Henry Johnson, Scott Wendholt, Robin Eubanks, Mike Mainieri, Mike Metheny, Byron Stripling, Bob Sheppard, Sean Jones, and Jimmy Greene. White has also been fortunate to record CDs with legendary trombonist Fred Wesley, Chris Murrell (vocalist with Count Basie), and jazz legend Dewey Redman. White is planning his debut as a solo artist and band leader in the spring of 2015, featuring members of Kansas City’s Mike Pagan Big Band and St. Louis’s Dave Dickey Big Band, two ensembles of which White is a full-time member. He also performs regularly with the Kansas City and St. Louis Jazz Orchestras.
White is also in demand as an arranger; he has written music for jazz luminaries James Carter, John Clayton, Mike Mainieri, Peter Erskine, Eric Person, Mulgrew Miller, Kevin Mahogany, Henry Johnson, Dewey Redman, Scott Wendholt, Bobby Watson, Bob Mintzer, Robin Eubanks, Kathy Kosins, Paul Hanson, Russell Malone, Bob Sheppard, Andy Narell, and Randy Brecker. Dr. White’s arrangements are published through Second Floor Music, and distributed through ejazzlines.com.
Recently, Dr. White has been an invited performer at conferences for the North American Saxophone Alliance, International Society for Improvised Music, Oklahoma and Missouri Music Educators Association, and Jazz Education Network. Dr. White has performed with numerous nationally acclaimed jazz and pop artists. High school and college jazz ensembles throughout the country have performed his arrangements and original compositions. White is also active as a clinician with high school and college bands, and as an adjudicator at jazz festivals, throughout the United States.
Originally from Kansas, Dr. White received the Bachelor of Arts in Music from Emporia State University, the Master of Music in Jazz Pedagogy from West Virginia University, and the Doctor of Musical Arts in Saxophone Performance from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He is an EASTMAN saxophone artist, and the president-elect of the Missouri Association for Jazz Education.
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