Tirohia te kohinga
Composed by Princess Te Rangi Pai. Arranged for jazz quartet by Roger Manins and GRG67.
Genealogy takes inspiration from the adverse ideas of regularity and variation in the paintings of New Zealand artist Gordon Walters.
This number is inspired by the composer’s reading of James K. Baxter’s ‘On the death of her body’.
Kevin Field’s ‘People Factory’ was written “after hearing a Cuban inspired groove by the great jazz drummer Billy Kilson.”
Performed live by Roger Manins (tenor saxophone), Bern McGann (alto saxophone), Carl Dewhurst (guitar), Olivier Holland (acoustic bass), Ron Samson (drums)
Performed by Roger Manins (tenor sax/bs.cl), Stuart Hunter (Hammond organ), Adam Ponting (pianos), Brendon Clarke (acoustic and electric bass) and Toby Hall ...
Performed by Roger Manins (tenor sax/bs.cl), Stuart Hunter (piano), Adam Ponting (Fender Rhodes), Brendon Clarke (acoustic and electric bass) and Toby Hall (...
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