Archive for March, 2009

Music Manuscript:

Wednesday, March 25th, 2009

Tony Pacini’s blank music manuscript materials.
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Music manuscript .PDF files for the composer, arranger, teacher and student.

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Go Tony Pacini’s 10-Stave Blank Music Manuscript (PDF.file) pdf file
Go Tony Pacini’s Solo-Piano Blank Music Manuscript (PDF.file) pdf file
Go Tony Pacini’s 8-Stave Blank Music Manuscript (PDF.file) pdf file
Go Tony Pacini’s Wide-Rule Blank Music Manuscript (PDF.file) pdf file

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“Tony Pacini: The Ivories Are Sure To Get A Sound Workout”

Wednesday, March 25th, 2009

By Barabara Mitchell
-Portland Tribune (Read below)

“Tony Pacini is a fixture of the local jazz scene-a Portland native who attended the prestigious Berklee School of Music, the pianist and musical director of legendary jazz drummer Mel Brown’s Quartet and leader of his own Tony Pacini Trio. He’s also about to celebrate the release of his first solo piano project, “Piano a la Carte.”

The retro-cozy confines of Wilf’s (the bar adjacent to Union Station) is the perfect environment for experiencing Pacini’s fluid and expressive playing.

Whether interpreting standards like Duke Ellington’s “Do Nothin’ Til You Hear From Me” (which opens “Piano a la Carte”) or his own songs like “Golden Boy” or album closer “Goodbyes,” Pacini is a master of his material. Jaunty numbers and moody ballads come to life equally under his masterful playing.

While he’s been a featured player on many albums, “Piano a la Carte” is the first recording to feature Pacini exclusively in solo context. It’s lovely and mesmerizing, the kind of emotive playing that’s equally stunning and impressive whether you’re a jazz fanatic or a newcomer to the genre.”

-BARBARA MITCHELL, Portland Tribune.