Al Hirschhorn
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  • Hopewell Junction, NY
  • United States
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Where are you located?
Hopewell Junction, NY
What is your affiliation to the Jazz World?
Musical Artist, Educator
Tell us a little about your background...
Composition Major - Mus.B Boston Conservatory,
Composition Major - Mus M Yale University
Taught @ Berklee College 2 years, East haven Jr. High 1 year, Bedfor CSD, NY 32 years
Worked as jazz pianist, composer/arranger for over 53 years
How did you hear about the Jazz Network? Please give full name of contact
Suzanne Cerny
What Instrument do you play?
Piano
What is your website address? Only websites that pertain to your business and how you can be contacted.
http://I have no web-site

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At 5:48am on September 22, 2009, Artur Bayramgalin said…
hi,
I am glad to announce the release of my debut CD called "Interro Island". This is my first solo project, which includes original tunes composed and arranged by me. I hope you will enjoy my work!
Artur Bayramgalin: Interro Island
available on CD Baby now!
At 4:54am on April 16, 2009, Peter Davis said…
Many thanks Al. Indeed, so do I.

In the mantime I'm sure as hell keepin' the spirit alive n' blazin' on!

Peter
At 2:38am on April 16, 2009, Peter Davis said…
Hi Al,

Finally get to reply to your comment about Mike Gibbs!

Sure, Mike was quite big in the UK during the 70's, and
as well as a player was a fine arranger. His early work's a mite before my time but as a player I was aware of him
and saw him in concert in the 80's.

He's now one of the remaining 'old guard' in a sense, as many of his contemporaries have passed on including such as Ian Carr (Nucleus etc) who sadly passed away only recently.

A personal opinion I grant you but Mike's early UK work represented a golden age (if you will) when so much great experimentation was taking place.

When I think of what came out from the mid/late 60's to the early mid 70's, on both sides of the Atlantic. From Mike, Nucleus, Jon Surman, Stan Tracey, Joe Harriot and John McLaughlin's magnificent Mahavishnu Orchestra etc to the ominpresent towering Miles, Roland Kirk (my hero as a flute player) Coltrane, Shepp, Rollins, Ornette, Bobby Hutcherson, Weather Report (the genius of Zawinul) Return To Forever (Chick never better on Hymn Of The Seventh Galaxy) the list is endless.

The fact that the spirit of some of this work is starting to appear again (and in my work) and generate a new audience is testament to such pioneers. When I think of some of the sheer dross and 'Emperor's New Clothing' that abounds today we are all the poorer for their loss.

Many kindest
Peter
At 2:24pm on March 4, 2009, Phyllis Chapell & SIORA said…
From the bottom of our musical hearts, we thank you!

Please come to Philly, you'll be our guest!

Best wishes,
Phyllis and SIORA
At 11:23pm on February 26, 2009, Jaijai Jackson said…
Al Hi!!

Thanks for stopping by and saying hello :-)

Yes, I knew Steve, he was on the band when I was singing with Buddy Rich. He was an amazing person, a very talented guy, hysterical sense of humor and was very saddened by his passing.

Thank you for the compliment on my Dad...glad you used to watch his show, I remember how fun it was as a little girl seeing how it was produced. Always felt like a 'big party' with camera's.. :-)

Thanks for being here and bringing your experience and light and as for Mikayla, what a shining star she is.

Stay connected and blessed,
Warmly,
Jaijai
At 1:53pm on February 23, 2009, Barbara said…
Hi Al Yes that's all me thanks for your comments it's always good to get feedback. I'm just working on a CD now so very exciting for me. The piano playing is from Scotland I really like his feel he does some wonderful versions of songs. Thanks so much for dropping by keep in touch. Regards BJ
At 2:53am on February 22, 2009, Barbara said…
Hi Al just thought I would drop you a line and check in I've updated a song on my page if you get a chance have a listen. Have a great weekend your friend Barb (BJ)
At 12:01am on February 18, 2009, Enrico Galetta said…
Hey Al thank you for add me, yeah I know Johnny Dorelly, it's really famous artist in Italy, that's great man.
I know also that there were some "Galetta" people moved long time ago and for some reason their last name change in Galletto.
Keep in touch. Ciao
At 10:37am on February 15, 2009, Bruce C said…
Hey Al...funny I've never been this old either...rotflmao...and for me birthday we sang the beattles "When I'm 64"...come to Maine this summer/spring...summer is better..and I'll give you a place to stay and a lot of musicians to network with...be well...and prosper...always b
At 10:21am on February 15, 2009, Bruce C said…

Sey Hey Al!....welcome to this great spot to network with great people..I lived in Peekskill NY in my other life...and dropped my music for 24 years till i moved to Maine 20 years ago...used to go to a place called "The Town Crier" in Hopewell Jct..in an old country store...great folk music hangout...never lost my passion for jazz and play all the time now...one of my best friends a sax player graduated Berkley in the late 50's i think it was....John Mastrovito...good player...all my best to you always...keep in touch please...always b
 
 
 

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