New Projects and Resources from Tom Davis 2009
10/21/2017 10:51:04 PM - NEW PROJECTS IN PROCESS

FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON CD     

ALL HERE AND NOW     
  Dr. Martin Luther King's Speech Transcribed  

DAY IS DONE     
  Final Mix with audio of Colonel Edward Shames  

INSTRUMENT OF JUSTICE Resource Page 1
INSTRUMENT OF JUSTICE Resource Page 2
INSTRUMENT OF JUSTICE Resource Page 3
  Commissioned by the ATU Jazz Ensemble

KIWU for KALAMA     
  Bringing water to Kalama, Machakos District of Eastern Kenya 
 
THREE CLIMATES OF MAN'S EXISTENCE     
  Climates II and III completed

PRESENTATIONS AND RESOURCE SHARING  

TONAL GRAVITY DEMONSTRATION VIDEO    
  A foundation for melodic Improvisation  

JAZZ FESTIVAL LITERATURE REVIEW     
  An analysis of performed literature at recent JH Jazz Festival  

USE OF THE LIMITED PITCH MATRIX IN JAZZ COMPOSITION

THE MATHEMATICS OF INTONATION 

TRUMPET PLUNGER DEMONSTRATION  

EASTMAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC COMPOSITION PRESENTATION  

SAMPLE ON-LINE PERFORMANCE CRITIQUE  

CURRICULUM MAPPING - ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS

ARTICLES AND BOOKS

THE SAVVY MUSICIAN - BOOK
   Tom Davis Music Publications business plan discussed

SB&O MAGAZINE
   Tom Davis Music Publications discussed in technology article
http://tomdavismusic.com/default.aspx
"This music pushes the boundaries and still stays within the big band context that we work with. And Tom has also come up with a way for students and teachers to easily immerse themselves in his music on his site. My own students have really loved playing Tom’s music and I hope other teachers will share it with their students!"

-- Dan Fabricious - NYSSMA Instrumental Jazz Review, April 2006
"These are great pieces - contemporary in style, well crafted works which will I know your high school / college students will really enjoy!"

-- Howard Potter-Eastman School of Music Community Ed Division, Director, Eastman Jazz Educators Jazz Orchestra
"I am always seeking out fresh and innovative material for my high school jazz bands. Tom's new charts are challenging and musically rewarding. The tunes explore new pathways in large ensemble writing, and allow for very personal statements of creativity by the players and their director. I appreciate his "raising the bar," and hope that other writers will be influenced and encouraged by some of the risks Tom has taken with this recent output.

-- Bill Tiberio-Director, Fairport (NY) High Jazz Program and former president, NYS Chapter of IAJE.
TOM DAVIS GUEST COMPOSER AND CONDUCTOR AT EASTMAN