Here are the students of the 2012 Phil Dwyer Academy of Music and Culinary Arts performing the wonderful Freddie Hubbard jazz tune, Up Jumped Spring (jazz waltz).
Flute, Alto Saxophone — Ian Clayton
Alto Saxophone — Neil Peters
Tenor Saxophone — Tim Kelly
FlugelHorn — David Esler
Drums — Bryan Niblock
Bass — Rick Reynolds
Guitar — Brian Chellas
Piano — Geoff Peters
with Special Guest on Tenor Saxophone: Eli Bennett elibennett.com/
Recorded on August 10th 2012 near Qualicum Beach BC (VIU Deep Bay Marine Field Station): www.viu.ca/deepbay/
Special thanks to Neil Peters, Phil Dwyer, Eli Bennett, and my Aunt Mary!
Please visit: phildwyer.com for more information about music in Qualicum Beach and about our multiple-Juno award winning instructor and camp director, Phil Dwyer.
Video and audio recording by Geoff Peters geoffmobile.com
Thanks for watching!
Audio recorded on a Zoom H1 using the unit’s internal microphones in 24bit 48khz.
Camera: Sony Cybershot DSC-HX9V
Edited with Audacity and Adobe Premiere Pro on a Macbook and Windows 7 PC (Dell, Intel i7 and USB 3.0 for a faster workflow).
Sound and Video Recording by Geoff Peters geoffmobile.com
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