Jaui Schneider
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  • Aventura, Florida
  • United States
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Profile Information

Where are you located?
Aventura Florida
What is your affiliation to the Jazz World?
Musical Artist, Music Director
Tell us a little about your background...
I'm a Composer/Arranger/Multi-Instrumentalist

Some of my credits include composing "La Cuna" recorded by both Ray Barretto and Sheila E/Pete Escovedo, also co writing Give A Little More" recorded by Phyllis Hyman and "You'll always have a Part Of Me" recorded by Carmen Lundy. Recording and arranging for Roberta Flack. Composing/Arranging/Lyrics for many jingles, underscores

Tours with Buddy Rich, Willy Chirino, Gigs with Ira Sullivan, Joe Diorio, Mark Colby.

Played on Brazilian singer Rose Max's first CD.

Arranged and played on three tunes for Miami's sweetheart, vocalist Nicole Henry, C D "The Very Thought Of You".

I'm a lover of Brazilian music and was honored to perform with Toquino and Roberto Menescal (the first two pictures)

Some info on the music

With You In Mind" is a period piece that has kind of a Woody Allenish theme feel to it. That's Carlo Mango Ariaya on drums and Myself with the Manhattune Synthfoney Orquestra

The Magic Of Your Love is sung by Lenard Rutledge. It's an original written with the help of Dapha Rose. Acoustic guitar by Ramatis Moraes. Greg Ruvolo on fluglehorn Drums and perc, by Carlo Magno Ariaya.

Gruvolo features Greg Ruvolo on flugelhorn on a tune I wrote for him. The first chorus of his solo was no nice I wanted to hear it again so I orchestrated it a bit.

."Frolic' is by Italian composer Luciano Michelini (the theme from Larry David's "Curb Your Enthusiasm") gets a mellow piano trio treatment.

Astor In Paris A waltz inspired by Astor Piazzolla

My arrangement of "Those Were The Days" by Charles Strous was recorded in Nashville with Dave Pomeroy on Bass and Mickey Grimm On drums

Stuffy - Remember "Stuff " ?

The late Phyllis Hyman sings my composition "Start With A Kiss" recorded at Criteria Studios around 1976 in Miami. Yikes !!

This tune has Hiram Bullock on guitar, Mark Egan on Bass and Billie Bowker on drums.

In the video section you'll find my jingle reel and two scenes from the Indie Feature film "Torre De Papel .
How did you hear about the Jazz Network? Please give full name of contact
from Lenard Rutledge
What Instrument do you play?
Piano, Bass, Drums, Other
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At 3:58pm on October 13, 2012, Tommy Thomas said…

Thought I would say hello again, Like these tunes, I got the feeling I scared the s*** out of you by trying to be friendly, we are like that in Ireland, salut anyway.

At 6:33am on March 22, 2011, Hana Dolgin said…

Hi Juai,

I enjoyed playing with you and Don and Maria the other night! I found out about this site through you, so thanks for that. See you soon!



At 4:36pm on January 20, 2010, Tommy Thomas said…
Thanks for your kind enquiry, had some surgery to the plumbing which put my trip on to a back burner. Enjoyed the Wolfson big band concert, La Cuna, nice one. So nice of you to take time to contact me. All the best Tommy
At 6:35pm on December 4, 2009, Tommy Thomas said…
Many thanks for your reply, really looking forward to meeting with you but unfortunately had an adverse meeting with a CT Scanner last week, so trip is on hold at the moment.Maybe next year. I feel somehow you are in to humour, if you are, then check out Bill Anschell,good pianist, Seattle way, but also great humourist. Specifically: 'The Jam session', 'Careers in Jazz' and 'Jazz Mathematics. Many thanks once again. Tommy.
At 9:37am on September 21, 2009, Rick Harris said…
Beautiful tunes, Jaui - but I am not surprised. I hope we will work together again - soon. I miss your musicality, your warmth and your humor
At 5:04pm on July 24, 2009, Al Winters said…
Hey Jaui,

In my opinion, "The Magic of Your Love is a slam dunk"....I'm diggin' the brazilian vibe, and you couldn't have pick a better vocalist to collaborate with. Lenard Rutledge's melodic voice paints the perfect picture in this beautiful samba.
I'm thinking of a relaxing moment in Bahia lifting nothing heavier than 12 oz. with "the Magic Of Your Love" on in the background. Now, get back in the cave and create more bossa novas like that, and you can write your ticket to wherever you want to go.....Keep up the good work Jaui!!!

-Al Winters
At 9:32am on July 13, 2009, ross schneider said…
Wow, great stuff! When did you leave Spring Valley? I hit Rockland County in 75. I played a set with Nicole Henry at 55 Bar in NYC. Played a lot with Donald Wilner when he lived here. Ross
At 9:53am on February 14, 2009, Tommy Thomas said…
Appearing to have a mutual interest in Brazilian music I would like to draw your attention to Thomas Clausen, you may already be aware of him, a track called 'Samba de Solidao', superb playing, if not ......enjoy. I enjoyed your tracks, "With you in Mind' reminds me of Henry Mancinis 'Mr Lucky'
At 6:08am on February 5, 2009, Tommy Thomas said…
Delighted to see you have joined Bossa Nova, I used to enjoy your playing at Van Dykes, a great gig scene but the jazz content was somewhat diluted on my last visit. I asked if you were playing anywhere else in Miami, Don Wilner thought you were away on a cruise. My son lives in Miami and my next visit will be OCT, finances permitting. Greetings from Northern Ireland. Tommy Thomas.

















Jaijai, what a wonderful mission you've undertaken to create such a place for artistic minds to meet and share their hearts. A place to renew faded determinations, and revive lessened momentums. A place to display our wares and reconfirm to one another that we actually are on the right track.

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