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Gerard McChrystal

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Gerard McChrystal

Benslow Lane

Hitchin, Hertfordshire,SG4 9RB

United Kingdom

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View Gerard McChrystal's website with details about his saxophone recordings, concerts, premieres, events and courses....more

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Gerard McChrystal: Saxophone

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On Jan 24th Gerard premieres New York composer Gerald Busby's new work Alto in a recital in Brangwn Hall, Swansea.
Within a week of the performance Gerald Busby wrote a new Suite for Gerard.


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Ben Palmer has been a regular guest at Dartington International Summer School, having been invited to conduct music theatre works by New York composer Gerald Busby (including two world premières), and a staged production of Walton's Façade recited by Edith Sitwell's great-nephew William.


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Monologuing Composer Gerald Busby
Tomorrow's Butter by Gerald Busby by Gerald Busby, performed by Giuseppe Spoletini baritone, Gerald Busby piano Jed Distler piano; Gerald Busby, Nancy Castle and Margaret Lancaster on headphones with Justine F. Chen and Miranda Cuckson (violins), Jed Distler (conductor), Kevin James (trombone), Margaret Lancaster (flutes), Mario Diaz de Leon (electric guitar), Jenny Lin and Gerald Busby (piano), Danny Mallon (percussion), Jody Redhage (cello), Kamala Sankaram (vox/sitar), Matthew Sullivan (oboe), Poul Weis (trumpet) Gerald Busby with Kamala Sankaram vox The Monologuing Composer: Gerald Busby and his music Doppelgaenger (2004) by Gerald Busby performed by Jed Distler piano: (i) Karen Brown Waltuck: Intensely Two (1980), (ii) Homage to Marya Freund and the Harp (1957), (iii) Excerpt from Four Saints in Three Acts (1928), (iv) John Houseman: A Double Take (1985), with Gerald Busby, Nancy Castle and Kamala Sankaram on headphones. Who To Thank (2005), a monologue by Gerald Busby with Gerald Busby and Nancy Castle on headphones. by Paulette Licitra, a monologue for Gerald Busby (ii) Homage to Marya Freund and the Harp (1957), (iii) Excerpt from Four Saints in Three Acts (1928), (iv) John Houseman: a Double Take (1985), with Gerald Busby, Nancy Castle and Kamala Sankaram on headphones. Piano portraits by Virgil Thomson performed by Jed Distler piano: (i) A French Boy of Ten: Louis Lange (1938), (ii) Bugles and Birds: a portrait of Pablo Picasso (1940), (iii) Tango Lullabye (1940), (iv) Lullabye (1942), (v) Lullabye, which is also a spinning song: portrait of Howard Putzel (1942) with Gerald Busby, Sean Gulette and Nancy Castle on headphones. Three musical portraits by Virgil Thomson performed by Jed Distler piano and Christian Hebel violin: (i) Miss Gertrude Stein as a Young Girl (1928), (ii) Tango Lullabye (1940), (iii) John Houseman: a Double Take (1985), with Gerald Busby, Sean Gulette and Nancy Castle on headphones, Vlada Yaneva vox. with Gerald Busby, Nancy Castle and Jay Rozen on headphones


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