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Gerry Hemingway

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Gerry Hemingway
Gerry Hemingway, Moers Festival 2007
Gerry Hemingway, Moers Festival 2007
Background information
Born1955
New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.
GenresAvant-garde jazz
Occupation(s)Musician, composer, record label owner
InstrumentsDrums
Years active1970s–present
LabelsAuricle
Associated actsAnthony Braxton
Websitegerryhemingway.com

Gerry Hemingway (born 1955) is an American jazz drummer and composer.[1]

Hemingway was a member of the Anthony Braxton quartet from 1983 to 1994.[2] He has also performed with Ernst Reijseger, Anthony Davis, Earl Howard, Leo Smith, George Lewis, Ray Anderson, Mark Helias, Reggie Workman, Michael Moore, Oliver Lake, Marilyn Crispell, Christy Doran, John Wolf Brennan, Don Byron, Cecil Taylor, and Cuong Vu.

Hemingway received a Guggenheim Fellowship for his work in music composition in 2000,[3] and was a student of Alan Dawson. He is a graduate of Foote School in New Haven. He has recorded on over one hundred albums for the labels Clean Feed, Enja, hatArt, Palmetto, Random Acoustics, and Tzadik. He owns his own label, Auricle.

Discography

As 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)
  • 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, 2003)
  • The Whimbler (Clean Feed, 2005)

With Georg Gräewe, Ernst Reijseger

  • View from Points West (Music & Arts, 1991)
  • Saturn Cycle (Music & Arts, 1994)

As sideman

With Anthony Braxton

With Marilyn Crispell

With Maybe Monday

References

  1. ^ Lynch, Dave. "Gerry Hemingway: Biography". Allmusic. Retrieved 18 January 2011.
  2. ^ Harms, Ted. "An Interview With Gerry Hemingway". Critical Studies in Improvisation. Retrieved 10 April 2014.
  3. ^ "Gerry Hemingway". John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. Retrieved 16 June 2020.

External links

This page was last edited on 24 October 2020, at 20:30
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