Greg Henry Waters Mission CDS with my comments

These 86 songs I recorded are a reflection on my popular or jazz music life in New York City and how I developed as a musical artist. (23 years in New York City, 6 in Toronto and 2 1/2 in Chicago. New York of course had the biggest impact on my career were Toronto and Chicago were just an introduction to music. The best musicians were in NYC, Chicago and Toronto in this order.

This also includes the scope of my music performance which is five main woodwind instruments, (Clarinet, Flute, Saxophones, Soprano, Alto and Tenor) jazz, classical, Latin, traditional forms, new forms of music, compositions in all these styles. It is a total sum of my music career. I have tried to place all this information on these 19 CDS and also make it easier for you to choose two or three so you can have the scope of my musical and creative performance. I am not a Kenny G nor do I want to be. I want to be a GREG HENRY WATERS which I am even though my reviewers are always asking me to be more commercial. I think there is a lot of commercial music here and maybe even too much. I believe music is an art form and is not a road to become rich like most musicians or pop musicians and companies are trying to do. My friend was telling me how Kenny G has a 26 million dollar house in Washington State. I say who cares he is alive and I am alive, what is the difference? It is about life not money. So few people respect the art of music that it makes me sick to my stomach and when I do listen to some popular music it does make me physically sick.Just like cigarette smoke kills so does music. I have to change the channel to protect my being from these negative thoughts. What I am so surprised about now that I am a mature man and musician as to the level of ignorance in my profession and how little educated most musicians are when in comes to the art of music.

I hope you will read my notes here to get some idea at the history of these 86 songs and how they relate to my life and music. The song form which was started in the Dance Suites of J.S. Bach and how this music has developed and changed in the last 5 hundred years. The past is always with us and is in our lives no matter how we try to be free.

Here in China the local people have a very difficult time in cutting out their traditions and joining the modern world. I have been living in China now for one and 1/2 years and I have not hada real job although I have had a few offers, but just like Acapulco, Mexico. I could not get a working permit after trying for months and months, 9 to be exact. However, I have met some Chinese Business Women who still think that cheating their employee or customer is an honor and not a crime. Read a book by Lin Yutang, My Country and My People, for more details on this culture. I think if China develops at this rate maybe the educated people can change. I see more change in the women here than the men. They are the modern and advanced people in China the men it seems are holding on to their power and traditions. The booking agent said that I should go back to the States. Maybe I should! My personal life does effect the music is my point. We have to rise above our personal condition to make and create musical art or any other kind of art. I hope I have done that here. I certainly did try hard enough.

Anyway, I would like this musical journey to bring to you an understanding of the development of western jazz music from the 1950's to the present. We live in the world economy now not in isolated countries. In Mexico I experienced much this same attitude as I have here except it was the musicians union, Acapulco; will the world ever be for all people like Martin Luther King said? If Mexico and China still have their way of life I hardly think so, but who am I to judge the world I cannot really just talk about my experiences and share them with the reader.

Thank You Greg Henry Waters Artist of Classical and Jazz Music

1. Diago Rivera Jazz Suite CD 77 Minutes 10 Songs Sample files for you below to get the idea of each song.

All Originals: composed by Greg Henry Waters Blues, Tenor Saxophone, Ballad, Flute Waltz, Clarinet Mainstream, Tenor Saxophone Up Tempo, Soprano Saxophone Bossa, Clarinet and Tenor Saxophone Latin Salsa, Tenor Saxophone Latin, Modern Soprano Saxophone and Up Tempo Tenor Saxophone

These songs were composed in NYC by myself for the Acapulco Jazz Festival. It is an anthology of songs in the mainstream jazz tradition started in the 30's and 40's and continues on to this day.

The first song is a Blues, 12 bar feel, the second song is a ballad (16 bars), the 3rd song is a traditional jazz waltz which I personally like so much, it is said that the waltz is the closes rhythm to the humans condition. So that the waltz should be the style that is heard more than the 4/4 rhythm but this is of course not true the 4/4 rhythm is the strongest or the most rhythmic pattern used.

The student of music should get to know these different song forms and their relation to the one another because if you perform traditional songs you will come across these patterns in your studies and in your performances. The 4th song is a moderate tempo tune right next to and up tempo tune. You see the relationship between the two speeds are a force in jazz music. The up tempo song in the early days was a way of testing the musician ability to perform at different levels. The up tempo proves a performers ability to reach a high standard of performance just like the race driver or the runner works out to win a race and goes as fast as they can. In music we have these types of conditions so a performer has to have this ability to perform at many different tempos and accented rhythms.

All Originals: Blues, Ballad, Waltz, Mainstream, Up Tempo, Bossa, Latin Salsa, Latin, Modern and Up Tempo

Now we come to the Latin part (Bossa) of jazz that played such a big role in NYC when the Latin's move there. The mambo was the bases for everything when it comes to Latin Music. But we start out with a Bossa Nova which is the rhythm that came from Brazil and they have a special way of accenting the pattern and the bass pattern and feel is so important to get it right. This song is very long and the harmony is very complex due to the fact I wanted to make this Bossa Nova very difficult but at the same time sound very simple. Bartok had this ability to compose very complicated music and rhythm and have it sound very simple. His piece Contrast written for Benny Goodman had this complexity where the music was so difficult to perform but it was so mono sounding. The number of measures in this song is very long too (64) so the musician has to take a long time to finish one completion. This song is 12 minutes long which is very long for a cds song.

The next two songs are traditional Latin styles, Salsa and Cha Cha. This is where the percussionist sets a rhythm pattern and repeats it and the bass and piano has a certain pattern to play over and over again. It is this repetition that adds to the closeness of the song and the feeling of the song. The problem for me with modern pop music is that the patterns have gotten so simple it is almost stupid or if not just plan stupid. But if one adds a interesting harmonic pattern which I have done in these songs it becomes quite interesting and original. This is what makes these songs interesting is the harmonic pattern of the harmony and the chord sequence.

The last two songs had to do with the modern harmony in jazz and classical music which started in the early 20th century. 12 tone music and modal music which all seemed to take off during the first part of the 21st century. The Modern song is based on a 12 tone roll and the second song is a modal song. So I put these two harmonic patterns close to one another. You must look in a music dictionary to get the definition of these two types of harmony.

So too conclude I have placed all the musical standards and rhythms of the 20th century in these 10 songs. I hope you can learn to hear the difference and learn to appreciate the styles of this music.

All Originals: Blues, Ballad, Waltz, Mainstream, Up Tempo, Bossa, Latin Salsa, Latin, Modern and Up Tempo

2. Greg Henry Waters Originals, 11 Songs, 56 Minutes

This set of songs covers the period of 1968 to 2004. From my days in Toronto, New York and now Shenzhen China. It covers the fusion area of music which started with the Blood Sweat and Tears Band (1965) when musicians were trying to get the attention of the public once again. Because pop music, Rock'n Roll, had taken over instrumental music at that period. The instrumental musician had no real voice in the pop market even to this day for the most part except for a few people. For the most part we are background musicians for movies, symphonies, dinner music, etc.. The record companies lost interest in musician around the Bob Dylan area. He was the hot singer of that time.

Shopping in Shenzhen Shopping in Shenzhen, (clarinet) was composed for my friend Frog who was a musician here in Shenzhen and had the ability to play some jazz. Of course he was into Rock'n roll and other forms of pop music and he liked the fusion music. So I composed these three songs for him here in Shenzhen. I believe these songs catches the flavor of rock and Latin rhythms with modern jazz harmony and melody which is in an instrumental style and not a vocal style of music.

If you listen to Back Masses you will hear vocal and instrumental music on an equal playing level. but ever since that period musicians and composers have been writing different melodies for instrumental musicians and vocal musicians. However, Bach did treat the vocal art and instrumental art as one which to me puts him on the highest level of music for my taste.

Cool Outside Cool Outside Waltz, (Clarinet) was a traditional jazz waltz style created by some of the leading jazz artists of the 60's. I was just trying to put my version of this song form in my 32 jazz songs book which I created to have a song written my myself that would include all the song forms in jazz at that time of music history. (8,8, bridge, 8, four bar tag form is the form of this song)

Diago Part VI, Clarinet and Tenor Saxophone, Is the Bossa Nova style I talked about in the Diago Rivera Jazz Suite who is the famous Mexican Painter from the 20th century.

Suite for Paul Part 1, My friend Paul Litrenta (Trumpet) who passed away in 2004 at the age of 62. He was on the for front of the music revolution in the 60's because he performed with all the great fusion bands, Tito Puente, Blood Sweat and Tears, Maynard Ferguson, and Diana Ross to name a few. He was a lover of big bands and swing bands music. You can read his tribute here. http://greghenrywaters.com/mp3/paul.html This suite of songs is a suite of music I believe was Paul's biggest influence in music. Big Bands, Be-bop trumpet style, Harry James, and other trumpet players playing this style of music.

This first song is a mellow soft and gentle song which Paul was for the most part except maybe when he was playing lead trumpet.

This song is in the tradition of jazz from the sixties. Please read Paul's page for more information about him and this music I composed here in Shenzhen, China for his memory.

Swinging Down China Lane, and China Jazz, is an attempt to reach the Chinese Public with Jazz. This song is based on a folk melody and using tradition modern jazz harmony in the background. It is really that simple. Using the traditional 16 and 32 bar song form. Using western jazz harmony and rhythms to create the effect. When I perform these songs I always ask the native Chinese people if they know this song and they all say yes.

Diago Part IV, The 4th song is a moderate tempo tune featuring the main stream jazz tradition of the 1960.s

Diago Part III, the 3rd song is a traditional jazz waltz which I personally like so much, it is said that the waltz is the closes rhythm to the humans condition. So that the waltz should be the style that is heard more than the 4/4 rhythm but this is of course not true the 4/4 rhythm is the strongest or the most rhythmic pattern used.

Blues for Today, This is a tune I composed in and about 1968 in Toronto following and attempt to find my own blues style in jazz. (12 bar song form with the basic chord progression of I IV V I)

Area Code 416 Swing. Is a sixteen bar song form up tempo tune for easy learning and good improvisation style. This is a tune also from my 32 original jazz song book. This book was an attempt to perform original songs and having the musicians easily read the music and learn. While in Toronto I learned that most performing musicians did not have the depth of experience or knowledge really to perform new music. So I had to compose music that they could easily relate too. During this period I learned the limitations of being able to be creative. To this day I am still not able to be completely free to compose music because I always have to consider the performer for if the music is too difficult or too strange they will complain and will not want to perform it.

Aerguli Latin, This song is based on a Chinese folk song which I arranged and tried to make it a serious attempt at mixing, jazz, Latin rhythm and the melodic style of Chinese music all in one song or performance. In these songs I always improvise like in the jazz tradition dating back to the early 1920's in the States. Composed in Shenzhen, China 2004

Shopping in Shenzhen, Cool Outside Waltz, Diago Part VI, Suite for Paul Part 1, Swinging Down China Lane, Diago Part IV, Diago Part III, China Jazz, Blues for Today, Aerguli Latin, Area Code 416 Swing.

3. Latin Dance Set, 10 Songs, 57 Minutes Do you want to Dance?

Mambo, 1. A dance of Latin American origin, resembling the rumba became popular in Cuba..

Slow Mambo, Double Mambo and Fast Mambo

2. The syncopated (is the up beat) music for this dance in 4/4 time.

3. Tito-Mambo Salsa style. Featuring Salsa-style piano, b, g & perc. Add brass at b. t=115

Rumba, 1. A complex rhythmical dance that originated in Cuba. 2. A modern ballroom adaptation of this dance.

This Rumba style features the basic Latin Rumba rhythm featuring brushes and Congas. With P,B,G,D(brushes and Congas). Strings @b. T =90-140. Uses brushes -

Samba, 1. A Brazilian ballroom dance of African origin. 2. Music in 4/4 time for performing this dance.

The Samba was first danced in Brazil by the natives at street carnivals. Later, it was adopted byh dance orchestras and today it is one of the most popular native Brazilian dances. Like Cuban music, it is written in 2/4 tempo but, in order to simplity reading it will be written here in alla breve. 4/4

2. In the style of Dave Grusin, Lee Ritenour. It features electric piano, fretless bass and Latin drums with a backbeat. It works with tunes where you'd like an upbeat driving Samba feel.(100-150)

Cha Cha 1. A rhythmic ballroom dance that originated in Latin America, mainly Mexico.

2. This Cha Cha retains the basic rhythm and adds a push bass pattern thru-out. With El. Piano, Frt. Bass, Ac. Guitar, Drums & Strings (at 'b').

Bossa Nova which is a song style which came from Brazil very soft and sweet music with the bass and the drummer playing a rhythm that was very different but simple and soft. The popular song, Girl from Ipanema, brought this music to the USA with the guitar being the main harmonic instrument rather than the people. It was a small group music too not a band style of music.

Trio Bossa - Nylon Guitar ala C Byrd, b & brushes. Guitar Uses 'intelligent' voicing using typical Bossa syncopation.

Do you want to Dance? All these songs use the same basic beat with different accents and tempos in each song. For example a Rumba is very slow like a Ballad in Western Music. But they may have a double time feel in there or a Samba is very fast compared to a Rumba. And is in a two feel rather than in a 4/4 feel of the rhythm. The bass player also plays a different rhythm with different voicing in the chords and rhythm according to the style of each piano player. The mambo is an exciting piece using some of the rhythms from the Rumba but at a different tempo and different style chord progressions.

Cha Cha chords are II V II V I I and when they play a Montuno (two bar phrase which is repeated and repeated) for solos it is in a double time feel but the quarter note stays the same. A Mambo may just have one chord in it and is very free harmonically. Plus different instruments play different parts of the song, rhythm section, brass section, saxophone, solo flute and piccolo. Look for books in the music store about Latin rhythms and harmony. I believe to be an very interesting part of music history. I got a chance to experience this part of music in New York City with Tito Prente and the many club dates I played with different types of musicians and groups.

Amazing Grace, Nearness of You, I've Grown a Custom to Your Face, Masquerade, As Time Goes By, Amore, April in Paris, Brazil, All of You, and Am I Blue

4. Latin Jazz CD and Fusion, 10 Songs, 60 Minutes

I would call this CD a real contemporary CD because of the Latin and Fusion setting. For me Latin Jazz is the new jazz of this area not so much swing. Fusion music includes rock and Latin rhythms and since popular music is all rock rhythm for the most part his would be the closes thing to modern popular instrumental music.

Danica, Fusion 16ths style (t=120) featuring busy syncopated bass. With El. Piano, Bass & Drums. Busier bass and ride bell at 'b'.

This song I composed for my Daughter's child, (Here in Shenzhen) Vianey my daughter wanted me to compose a song for her daughter Danica so I did. I picked this busy syncopated bass pattern because it was modern and had some Latin influence in the phrases. Plus I wanted to be up to date it seems that fusion music is the real contemporary jazz of this time. Not sure really since there are so many versions of jazz and this kind of music and I have been out of New York City for five years so do not know what is the latest really. I hope this is the latest really.

Brazil, Is a Samba from the States and is a very well known song played all over the world. Flute

April in Paris, This song comes from the Count Basie Band and is a famous alto solo. This is why I performed this song because of the history of the Alto Saxophone and some of the famous songs that were performed on it. I chose a simple Latin background.

Amazing Grace, Is a popular religious folk song that has been around for hundreds of years. I added new chords and the salsa rhythm to make a nice exciting piece out of it. Flute

Diago Part VII, Tenor Saxophone, Diago Rivera Suite Part VII, is an original which I composed in New York City and has a Latin flavor. The driving rhythm of the salsa band is very inspirational.

Nearness of You, Tenor Saxophone, A very popular song and classic standard from the States and I chose a rumba background for this number because it is close to the ballad style which this song was originally performed.

Masquerade, Alto Saxophone, This is a very popular club song and used by night club musicians originally performed by George Benson. I like this song and is very suitable to a Latin Jazz feeling.

Blue Bossa, Flute, is a very popular jam session tune and is fun to play because of the 16 measure form of the song and the chord progression. A very melodic piece and I have always enjoyed playing this song in what ever setting.

Besame Mucho, Flute, is a very popular Latin American song that is song both in English and Spanish. It is a will known piece world wide as far as I know. This is very suitable for jazz and popular dance music.

and A Day in a Life of a Fool This song also is a very popular club date or party song and I have performed it on many jobs.

This CD is not for the adventures listener but for the average listener who likes popular classic standards and Latin Rhythms, plus you can hear me play on Flute, Tenor Saxophone and Alto Saxophone.

5.. Mixed Listening, Latin Set, Fusion, Latin, Swing, 70 Minutes 12 Songs,

For the easy listener music lover.

This CD is for if you want a lot of mood changes and styles. We start off with an original in a Fusion Latin style.

All these songs are performed on the flute except for one which is Soprano Saxophone.

Aerguli Fusion, Soprano Saxophone, Fusion Style Original Composed by myself

A Day in a Life of a Fool, Flute, Pop Standard Latin

All Blue, Jazz, Standard Flute Swing Jazz

Amazing Grace, Flute, Religious Standard Mambo

Am I Blue, Flute, Pop Standard Latin Style

Amore, Flute Classical Latin Standard

And I Love Her, Flute Pop Standard Latin Flavor

Any Thing Goes, Flute Broadway Show Standard Latin Style

Bags Groove, Flute Jazz Standard Jazz Style Blues

Beautiful Love, Flute Broadway Show Standard Jazz Style

Blue Bossa Flute Jazz Standard Latin Flavor

and Brazil. Flute Popular Latin Standard Strictly

6. Traditional Modern Jazz, 13 Songs, 57 Minutes, Originals and Standards

This CD is for the jazz lover.

Diago No. III, Clarinet, Jazz Waltz composed by Greg Henry Waters, New York City

Accessories, Tenor Saxophone, Fusion Free Form composed by Greg Henry Waters, Toronto, Canada

Foot Prints, Jazz Standard Alto Saxophone 6/4 time

Artist Set, Soprano Saxophone, composed by Greg Henry Waters, Toronto, Canada

Paul Part I, Tenor Saxophone, composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Naima, Jazz Standard Alto Saxophone Ballad

Paul III, Tenor Sax, composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China Cha Cha Jazz

Chinese Melody, Clarinet, composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Paul IV, Alto Saxophone, Ballad, composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

No More Blues, Flute, Jazz Standard Latin Feel

Miles Stones, Jazz Standard, Alto Saxophone, Modern Style Swing

On the bus in Shenzhen, Soprano Saxophone Fusion composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

and Blue Train Jazz Standard Alto Saxophone music from the 1960's

7. Songs I like CD, Traditional, Modern, Latin, Ballads, 13 Songs, 77 Minutes

This CD is for the mixed bag listener who likes a lot of variety.

On the Bus in Shenzhen, Soprano Saxophone Fusion, composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Group background notes

Rhythm patterns are: 16th based smooth Latin jazz. Active syncopated piano arps. 5 insts. fr. bass, pad, drums & congas. At 'b' add high synth lines & more active drums, perc. T=75-110

Amazing Grace, Mambo, Flute Traditional piece arranged by Greg Henry Waters

April in Paris, This song comes from the Count Basie Band and is a famous alto solo. This is why I performed this song because of the history of the Alto Saxophone and some of the famous songs that were performed on it. I chose a simple Latin background.

Beautiful Love, Broadway Standard Latin Style Flute

Blue Bossa, Flute Jazz Standard

Paul Part II.Alto Saxophone composed by Greg Henry Waters, New York City

Shopping in Shenzhen, Clarinet, Fusion composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

No More Blues, Jazz Standard, Latin, Flute

But Not For Me, Broadway Standard, Alto Saxophone

Danica, Fusion, Alto Saxophone, Fusion composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

But Beautiful, Broadway Standard, Ballad, Alto Saxophone

Bluesette, Jazz Standard, Waltz, Flute

and Angel Eyes Jazz Standard, Ballad, Alto Saxophone

8. Tribute to Paul Litrenta, 13 Songs, 56 Minutes, 1960's Era of Jazz You can visit his page I made for him here.

For the serious jazz lover and Traditional Main Stream Jazz CD

Suite for Paul in Five Parts, One, Tenor Sax, Tempo Medium composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

A jazz swing style (t=100-200) with p/b/d. 'a' style has drums providing low volume shots with bass in two feel. 'b' features a Red Garland comp over walking bass.

Two, Alto Sax, Jazz Ballad composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Three, Latin Music, Tenor Saxophone with a Cha Cha feel. composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Four Latin Music, Alto Saxophone and a Samba composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

and Five, Tenor Saxophone, Latin and Swing Style, composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Memories of You, Jazz Standard, Clarinet, Benny Goodman made this song famous

Harvest, Medium UP TempoTenor Saxophone, composed by Greg Henry Waters, Toronto, Canada

Credit, Up Tempo Jazz Waltz, Clarinet Saxophone, composed by Greg Henry Waters, Toronto, Canada

Oleo, Jazz Bebop Standard Tenor Saxophone

My Old Flame, Jazz Ballad Standard Tenor Saxophone

Moments Notice Jazz Standard Tenor Saxophone 1960's

and Mile Stones Jazz Up Tempo Standard Alto Saxophone 1960's

9. Greg Plays Jazz Standards, 13 Songs, 59 Minutes

This is for the standard jazz listener who likes jazz from the 1950's and 1960's

I've Grown Accustom to Your Face, Flute Latin Flavor, Broadway Tune

Green Dolphin Street, Alto Saxophone, Jazz Standard

I Love You, Standard, Flute

Donna Lee, Bebop Alto Saxophone

Bluesette, Standard Jazz Waltz Flute

But Beautiful, Alto Saxophone Ballad

Bags, Groove, Blues, Flute Jazz Standard

Angel Eyes, Ballad, Alto Saxophone

There Will Never be Another You, Flute, Jam Session Tune Jazz Standard

But Not for Me, Broadway Tune, Alto Saxophone

Blues, Bebop Blues Flute Jazz Standard

Cherokee, Swing Standard Clarinet

and Alone Together. Jazz Standard Flute

10. Swing Set 14 Songs, 56 Minutes, Just Swinging Down China Lane

For the listener who just likes swing jazz and show tunes

Swing music includes songs from 1940 to about 1960

show tunes come from the Broadway theatre presentations

Jazz China, Tenor Saxophone, Swing Style, composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Danny Boy, Traditional Irish Tune in a Swing Style

I've Grown Accustom to Your Face, Latin Style Flute Show Tune

But Not For Me, Classical Standard Swing Style Alto Saxophone

Bluesette, Standard Jazz Waltz Flute

All Blue, Standard Jazz Waltz Flute

China Melody, Clarinet Swing Style, composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Swinging Down China Lane, Tenor Saxophone Swing Style, composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Green Dolphin Street, Alto Saxophone Standard Jazz Swing

Cherokee, Clarinet Standard Jazz Swing

Beautiful Love, Flute Swing Jazz Standard

Autumn in New York, Ballad Alto Saxophone

Angel Eyes Ballad Alto Saxophone

and All The Things You Are Jazz Standard Alto Saxophone

11. Mixed Jazz Set, Originals and Standards, 63 Minutes, 12 Songs:

This set is mixed up with Ballads, Standards, Originals, Up Tempo, Piano Piece, Fusion and Swing Style Music plus one avant garde piece.

Autumn in NY, Standard Jazz Alto Saxophone Ballad

Alone Together, Standard Jazz Flute Up Tempo Tune

Suite for Paul Part II, Tenor Saxophone medium tempo song composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Angel Eyes, Standard Jazz Alto Saxophone Ballad

Thousand Eyes, Standard Jazz Alto Saxophone Up Tempo

Suite for Paul Part I, Tenor Saxophone medium tempo composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Tone Poem, Piano arrangement and composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Ballad, Alto Saxophone composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Suite for Paul Part V, Soprano Saxophone composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Shopping in Shenzhen Fusion, Soprano Saxophone composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Miles Stones, Standard Jazz Alto Saxophone Up Tempo

Diago Part X Tenor Saxophone composed by Greg Henry Waters, New York City

12. Greg's China CD, Music Composed in China, 4 Tone Poems, 2 Piano Pieces, and China Jazz 65 Minutes 12 Songs:

Aerguli, Soprano Saxophone fusion style composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Shopping in Shenzhen, Clarinet fusion style composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Jazz China, Swing style Clarinet composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Swinging Down China Lane, Tenor Saxophone Swing Style composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Chinese Melody, Clarinet medium slow swing composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Being Mellow, Ballad Flute composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Fantasy for Vianey, Piano Solo composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Sonata for Two Fingers for Piano-Leslie , Student piece for two hands one finger composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

and China Tone Poems in Four Parts Part I Piano composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

13. Fusion CD for Yoga or Exercise Classes, 12 Songs, 70 Minutes

Paul Part V, Bossa Swing Piece Tenor Saxophone composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

On the Bus in Shenzhen, Soprano Saxophone Fusion Piece composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Shopping in Shenzhen, Clarinet Fusion Piececomposed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Fusion in Shenzhen, Soprano Saxophone Fusion composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Paul Part I, Tenor Saxophone Medium Swing Style composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Paul Part II, Ballad Alto Saxophone composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Accessories, Tenor Saxophone Fusion Jazz and Swing composed by Greg Henry Waters, New York City

Danica, Alto Saxophone Fusion Modern composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Diago Part VIII, Flute Latin composed by Greg Henry Waters, New York City

Blue Bossa, Standard Jazz Flute

Besame Mucho, Standard Jazz Flute Latin

and Amazing Grace Standard Jazz Flute Latin

14. Flute CD Performed Greg Henry Waters, 12 Songs, 63:39 Minutes

And I love Her, Standard Jazz Flute Latin

Bluesette, Standard Jazz Waltz

Bags Groove, Standard Jazz Blues Flute

Beautiful Love, Standard Jazz Swing

Being Mellow, composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Besame Mucho, Standard Jazz

Blue Bossa, Standard Jazz

There Will Never Be Another You, Standard Jazz

Amazing Grace, Standard Jazz

All Blue Standard Jazz

Am I Blue, Standard Jazz

and A Day in a Life of a Fool Standard Jazz

15. Clarinet CD Performed Greg Henry Waters, 10 Songs, 59:06 Minutes

Shopping in Shenzhen for a Cell Phone, fusioncomposed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Memories of You, Standard Jazz Swing Slow

Oh Danny Boy, Standard Jazz Folk Melody

Credit, Up Tempo Waltz composed by Greg Henry Waters, Toronto, Canada

Diago Bossa, Bossa Nova composed by Greg Henry Waters, New York City

Cool Outside, Waltz composed by Greg Henry Waters, Toronto, Canada

Chinese Melody, Swing Medium composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Cherokee, Standard Jazz Up Tempo Swing

and Blue Room Standard Jazz Medium Tempo

16. Alto Saxophone CD Performed Greg Henry Waters, 15 Songs, 68:27 Minutes

April in Paris, Standard Jazz Medium Slow Tempo

Naima, Standard Jazz Ballad

Masquerade, Standard Jazz Latin

Paul Part V, Up Tempo composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Green Dolphin Street, Standard Jazz

Foot Prints, Standard Jazz 6/4 Time

Donna Lee, Standard Jazz Up Tempo

But Not For Me, Standard Jazz Swing

But Beautiful, Standard Jazz Ballad

Blue Train, Standard Jazz Modern

Autumn in New York, Standard Jazz Ballad

As Time Goes By, Standard Jazz Ballad Latin Flavor

All the Things You Are, Standard Jazz Swing

Angle Eyes, Standard Jazz Ballad

and Miles Stone Standard Jazz Up Tempo

17. Tenor Saxophone CD Performed Greg Henry Waters, 12 Songs, 65:30 Minutes

Area Code 416, Up Tempo composed by Greg Henry Waters, Toronto, Canada

Paul Part V, Bossa Swing Tune composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Nearness of You, Standard Jazz Latin Flavor

Paul Part III, Cha Cha composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

My Old Flame, Standard Jazz Ballad

Moments Notice, Standard Jazz Up Tempo

Harvest, Medium Tempocomposed by Greg Henry Waters, Toronto, Canada

Diago Part VII, Latin composed by Greg Henry Waters, New York City

China Jazz, Swing composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Diago Part IV, Main Stream Jazz composed by Greg Henry Waters, New York City

Diago Part II Bluescomposed by Greg Henry Waters, New York City

and Diago Part X Avant Garde composed by Greg Henry Waters, New York City

18. Soprano Saxophone and Flute CD Performed Greg Henry Waters, 11 Songs, 66:32 Minutes

Aregulis, Fusion composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Grooving in Shenzhen, Fusioncomposed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Ballad, Main Stream composed by Greg Henry Waters, New York City

Artist Set, Modern composed by Greg Henry Waters, Toronto, Canada

Danica, fusion composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Amazing Grace, Latin Flavor Standard Jazz

Being Mellow, slow Latin flavor composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Besame Mucho, Standard Jazz Latin

Blue Bossa Standard Jazz Latin Jazz

and Alone Together Standard Jazz Swing

19. Soprano Saxophone Only, Serious Jazz, Main Stream and Fusion, 12 Songs, 71:22 Minutes

Jumping, Swing composed by Greg Henry Waters, Toronto, Canada

Green Apple, Latin Flavor composed by Greg Henry Waters, Toronto, Canada

Grooving in Shenzhen, Fusion composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Waters Void, Up Tempo Swing composed by Greg Henry Waters, Toronto, Canada

Matching Key, Ballad composed by Greg Henry Waters, Toronto, Canada

Aerguli, Fusion composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

Mixing It, Fusion 3/4 composed by Greg Henry Waters, Toronto, Canada

The Horn, Swing composed by Greg Henry Waters, Toronto, Canada

On the Bus in Shenzhen, Fusion composed by Greg Henry Waters, Shenzhen, China

My Favorite Things, Standard Jazz Waltz

Artist Set, Free Form Fusion composed by Greg Henry Waters, Toronto, Canada

and Trade Mark 3/4 Modern composed by Greg Henry Waters, Toronto, Canada

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All CDs same price: Composed or Arranged by Greg Henry Waters Alto, Tenor, Flute and Clarinet Performance with 45 years of performing. World Class Level!

USA Price 20 USA Dollars or Shenzhen Price 25 RMB, Mail Price 50 RMB, Out of Town Price 100 in China RMB or HK 100 Mail, 50 HK. Dollars greg@greghenrywaters.com

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