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Paul Brody

Paul Brody

Paul Brody


Brody studied classical trumpet and composition at Boston University and received a Masters from New England Conservatory, where he played with the Klezmer Conservatory Band. Since moving to Berlin ten years ago, Brody has composed for and led a number of groups. Tango Toy features a fusion of traditional Jewish songs and klezmer with odd grooves, impressionistic textures, Charles Ives tonalities, and singing lyrical melodies. "It's intersection music-the Read more on Last.fm
Brody studied classical trumpet and composition at Boston University and received a Masters from New England Conservatory, where he played with the Klezmer Conservatory Band. Since moving to Berlin ten years ago, Brody has composed for and led a number of groups. Tango Toy features a fusion of traditional Jewish songs and klezmer with odd grooves, impressionistic textures, Charles Ives tonalities, and singing lyrical melodies. "It's intersection music-the excited voice of humanity at those places where many cultures come together and share" according to a Klezmershack.com review of their debut CD, Klezmer Stories (Laika Records). Brody takes a similarly eclectic, post-modern approach to American folk music with his DetoNation Orchestra featuring vocalist David Moss.

Their debut CD, Animals and Cowboys (NRW Jazz), has been described as "A true product of American culture organically grown from the music of Captain Beafheart, Charles Mingus, Robert Fripp, Ornette Coleman, Harry Partch, Charles Ives, and Frank Zappa." According to Taggesspiegal, his lyrical trumpet playing "breaks the borders of blues, East European folk music, and modern jazz." Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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