Gerry Hemingway

Gerry Hemingway

born on 22/3/1955 in New Haven, CT, United States

Links www.gerryhemingway.com (English)

Gerry Hemingway

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Gerry Hemingway (b. New Haven, Connecticut, 1955) is an American jazz composer and percussionist.[1]

He has performed with Ernst Reijseger, Anthony Davis, Earl Howard, Leo Smith, George Lewis, Anthony Braxton, Ray Anderson, Mark Helias, Reggie Workman, Michael Moore, Oliver Lake, Marilyn Crispell, Christy Doran, John Wolf Brennan, Don Byron, Cecil Taylor, and Cuong Vu.

He received a Guggenheim Fellowship for his work in music composition in 2000,[2] and was a student of Alan Dawson. He is a graduate of Foote School in New Haven. Hemingway appears on over 100 recordings, on labels including Tzadik, Enja, Palmetto, Random Acoustics, Auricle Records, Clean Feed and Hat Art.

Discography

As a Leader

Gerry Hemingway

  • Kwambe (Auricle, 1979)
  • Solo Works (Auricle, 1982)
  • Tub Works (Sound Aspects, 1988)
  • Electro-Acoustic Solo Works (1984-95) (Random Acoustics, 1996)
  • Acoustic Solo Works (1983-94) (Random Acoustics, 1996)
  • Tub Works (Sound Aspects, 1988)
  • Chamber Works (Tzadik, 1999)
  • Songs (Between the Lines, 2002)

Gerry Hemingway Quintet

  • Outer Bridge Crossing (Sound Aspects, 1987)
  • Special Detail (hatART, 1991)
  • Demon Chaser (hatART, 1993)
  • Slamadam (Random Acoustics, 1995)
  • The Marmalade King (hatART, 1995)
  • Perfect World (Random Acoustics, 1996)
  • Waltzes, Two-Steps & other Matters of the Heart (GM, 1999)
  • Double Blues Crossing (Between the Lines, 2002)
  • Riptide (Clean Feed, 2011)

Gerry Hemingway Quartet

  • Down to the Wire (hatART, 1997)
  • Johnny's Corner Song (Auricle, 1998)
  • Devil's Paradise (Clean Feed, 1993)
  • The Whimbler (Clean Feed, 2005)

As sideman

With Anthony Braxton

  • Four Compositions (Quartet) 1983 (Black Saint, 1983)
  • Six Compositions (Quartet) 1984 (Black Saint, 1984)
  • Quartet (London) 1985 (Leo, 1985)
  • Quartet (Bermingham) 1985 (Leo, 1985)
  • Quartet (Coventry) 1985 (Leo, 1985)
  • Five Compositions (Quartet) 1986 (Black Saint, 1986)
  • Ensemble (Victoriaville) 1988 (Victo, 1989 [1992])
  • Willisau (Quartet) 1991 (hatART, 1992)
  • Victoriaville (1992) (Victo, 1993)
  • Twelve Compositions: Live at Yoshi's in Oakland, July 1993 (Music & Arts, 1995)
  • Quartet (Santa Cruz) 1993 (hatART, 1997)
  • Old Dogs (Mode, 2007)

References

  1. Lynch, Dave. [Gerry Hemingway at All Music Guide Gerry Hemingway: Biography]. Allmusic. Retrieved on 18 January 2011.
  2. Search Results. John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. Retrieved on 18 January 2011.

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