JEFF TYZIK: Tyzik Music

For concert appearances, Jeff Tyzik is  represented exclusively by: Greenberg Artists

Ellington Music

Black, Brown and Beige
Ellington Portrait
The Essential Ellington: Music of Ellington and Strayhorn
New World A-Comin’
The Nutcracker, Suite

Film Music

The Best of Bond
The Big Movie Suite
The Great Westerns Suite
Wizard of Oz Orchestral Suite

Holiday Music

A Christmas Overture (Variations on Deck the Halls)
Ave Maria (choral)
Ave Maria (solo)
Gesu Bambino
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
Holiday Moods I
Holiday Moods II
Holiday Moods III
Joy To The World
Silent Night
The Skater’s Overture (Variations on a Theme of Waldteufel)
The Twelve Gifts of Christmas
What Child Is This (Oboe Solo)
What Child Is This (Vocal Solo)

Chanukah Music

Chanukah Suite
Mis zeh Hidlik (Behold the Lights)

Patriotic/American Music

A Call To Worship (From Pleasant Valley Suite)
Amazing Grace
American Celebration
Every Time I Feel The Spirit
Fantasy on American Themes
Star Spangled Banner
A Stephen Foster Collection
A Tribute To Scott Joplin

Pop Music

Beatles Hits Medley
Hot Soul Medley
Symphonic Swing

Tyzik Orchestrations

Canzon XVI
Jesu, Joy Of Man’s Desiring (choral)
Jesu, Joy Of Man’s Desiring (instrumental)

Tyzik Original Compositions

Blues Suite for String Quintet
Bravo! Colorado
Concerto for Timpani and Orchestra *New in 2010
Concerto For Trombone and Orchestra
Concerto For Trombone and Orchestra (Trombone Solo & Piano Reduction)
Concerto For Trombone and Wind Ensemble
Pleasant Valley
New York Cityscape for Brass Quintet and Wind Ensemble *New in 2009
New York Cityscape for Wind Ensemble *New in 2009
RIFFS *New in 2010
Sonata for Trumpet & Piano
Transitions, an Overture for Orchestra
Trilogy (orchestra)
Trilogy (Wind Ensemble)

Music for Jazz Ensemble

Downtown Shuffle
Lullaby for Basie
Quietly Crazy For You

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"Armed with four new arrangements, Tyzik made his Houston Symphony debut in January….Houston Musicians called them “the best pops arrangements that they had ever played” says Houston Artistic Administrator Aurelie Desmarais.

Sharon McDaniel
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
October 15, 1998

“I’ve long thought of Tyzik as among the best pops conductors in America, but after hearing his Psalm setting, I’m beginning to think his real gift may be in composition. His Psalm was that terrific of a piece.”

John Pitcher
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
March 25, 2006

“Tyzik’s arrangements were masterful…his crafty arrangements captured the essence of Ellington: lush, translucent harmonies; and what mattered most to Duke – the mood”

Alison Bert
The Post Standard
April 17, 1999

“Tyzik’s Concerto is wonderfully robust….the program featured the world premiere of Tyzik’s Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra…..he (Tyzik) proved he was not only an accomplished classical conductor but also a composer of genuine gift”

John Pitcher
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
April 12, 2003

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