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Friday, March 31, 2023

Brings UAS Big Band to Campbell Season

The orchestra offers a tribute to Glenn Miller and a tribute to Benny Goodman in musical recitals

A very happy and festive music from the beginning of the 20th century, called “black music”, then “black music”, then “music”, and finally it was the one that completely monopolized the consumption of popular music throughout the century.

Chorus, jazz, ragtime, Dixieland, Charleston, swing, rhythm and blues, mambo, rock & roll, were the sounds that were heard in the place, so it was impossible to keep your body still listening to the tunes.

Bits of hilarity, smiling musicians and audience, and even two dancers on stage made for a romantic and happy evening.

In a concert of 20 instruments, five trumpets, four trombones, six saxophones, a drummer, a bassist, a guitar, a musician and an orchestrator, Mr. José Alfredo Manríquez, captured those present who sang, clapped and moved their feet. seats

“Glenn Miller built a sound at that time, mixed with saxophones and clarinets, which was what gave him the boom and which still remains popular with the public, one of the songs that was still in good spirits now in the year 2000 so it was the catalog. one of the pieces, one of the best 100 pieces in the discography, in general of all the artists, which is hilarious, a good theme, and the original was given by Glenn Miller”, explained Master Manriquez.

“Melodic, today’s Big Band Jazz already has a Big Band, I think this music should not be forgotten, because this music, which Glenn Miller selects, is more melodic, has remained in the public taste. More than all the instruments, it has a lot to do with it.”

The concert with the song In Mood (In good mood) is a great success of the big band genre recorded by Glenn Miller, a musician who originated in the United States in the 1940s and was presented in the film a year later. Sun Valley Serenade

The said music was performed by the maestro Gordon Campbell, as shortly after Campbell met the maestro José Alfredo Manríquez.

The pieces continued, American Circle, Pennsylvania 6-500, String of Pearls, Serenade of the Moon, Chattanooga Choo Choo, and St. Louis Blues March.

Some of the melodies were completely removed from the audience, mainly from the foreign communities living in the port, who, at the orchestrator’s instructions, performed the chorus of each song, including laughter, applause, and movements of heads and feet. Let it be seen

After the intermission, the orchestra returned with more vigor to perform the Brown Cup, Sing, Sing, Stompin’ at the Savoy, a dance, and a medley, which drew applause from the audience who left the venue shaking.

UAS Big Band under the direction of maestro Alfredo Manríquez

The orchestra was founded in 1984 as Orquesta del Recuerdo, UAS Big Band Unidad Académica de Artes, Escuela de Música. The representative group was created with the aim of presenting a selection of instrumental music, characterized by the most famous dance orchestras in Mexico and the United States of America.

Throughout its history it has had teachers Juan Muñoz Landeros, Rodolfo Bernal, Javier Eduardo Martínez Cayeros, and until 2015 it is directed by teacher José Alfredo Manríquez Guzmán.

It consists of twenty instruments; teachers from the Academic United Arts School of Music of the Autonomous University of Sinaloa, sometimes some guest vocalists participate. It was done through Sinaloa, as well as Durango and Tamaulipas.

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