Boogie Lady (Level IV) - Dan's arrangement of alto saxophonist and composer Erica
VonKleist's super hip and cutting edge tune Boogie Lady adds a nice punch to
the angular and chromatic melody. This tune, with an even eighth note groove,
is in 3/4 time with a third section in 7/8. It is different and unique with a
"creepy vibe", and will surely stand out in any jazz concert program.
It requires a real solid bass, piano, guitar, and drummer to lay down the
two different 16th note ostinatos, as well as horns who can count! Top
trumpet note is a high D
. Includes space for open solos.
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DAN KEBERLE has been teaching, directing, and performing jazz on the trumpet at the professional and university level for the past 23 years. For the past 18 years he has been Director of Jazz Studies and trumpet teacher at Whitworth College in Spokane, Washington, where he is also the Music Department Chair. His Whitworth Jazz Ensemble has been selected to perform at three All-Northwest MENC Conventions, and has been the first place college jazz band at the 2004, 2002, 1999, 1998, 1997, and 1995 Lionel Hampton Jazz Festivals. In 1995 Keberle was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship and spent six months teaching jazz at the University of Capetown, South Africa. He has also directed six jazz residencies with Whitworth jazz students in Munich, Germany; Rome, Italy; Melbourne, Australia; and Havana, Cuba. He is also the Music Director of Spokane's professional big band, the Spokane Jazz Orchestra.