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Tim Garland

Tim Garland
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England
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Tim Garland (born 19 October 1966) is a British jazz saxophonist, composer and band-leader. He is also known for his innovative bass clarinet playing and for his prolific output as composer, blurring the boundaries between modern jazz and classical concert music. As composer, he has fulfilled commissions from the London Symphony Orchestra, the Northern Sinfonia, BBC Concert Orchestra, and Westminster Abbey Choir, as well as several small and large jazz-based ensembles. He has also worked frequently with Chick Corea and has been a member of Bill Bruford's Earthworks.
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http://www.timgarland.com
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Releases on file (11)
Tim Garland — One Tim Garland — One
(Edition EDN1072, 2016, CD)
Dewa Budjana — Zentuary Dewa Budjana — Zentuary
(Favored Nations , 2016, CD)
Tim Garland — Songs to the North Sky Tim Garland — Songs to the North Sky
(Edition EDN1051, 2014, 2CD)
Chick Corea — The Vigil Chick Corea — The Vigil
(Concord Jazz CJA-34578-02, 2013, CD)
Chick Corea — The Continents, Concerto for Jazz Quintet & Chamber Orchestra Chick Corea — The Continents, Concerto for Jazz Quintet & Chamber Orchestra
(Deutsche Gramophon 477 9952, 2012, 2CD)
Ranjit Barot — Bada Boom Ranjit Barot — Bada Boom
(Abstract Logix ABLX 026, 2010, CD)
Tim Garland — Libra Tim Garland — Libra
(Global Mix GM2CD003, 2009, 2CD)
Bill Bruford / Tim Garland — Earthworks Underground Orchestra Bill Bruford / Tim Garland — Earthworks Underground Orchestra
(Summerfold BBSF 013CD, 2006, 2CD)
Chick Corea — The Ultimate Adventure Chick Corea — The Ultimate Adventure
(Stretch SCD-9045-, 2006, CD)
Tim Garland with the Northern Sinfonia Strings — If the Sea Replied Tim Garland with the Northern Sinfonia Strings — If the Sea Replied
(Sirocco SJL 1031, 2005, CD)
Bill Bruford's Earthworks — Random Acts of Happiness Bill Bruford's Earthworks — Random Acts of Happiness
(Summerfold SFVP001CD, 2004, CD)

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