Dave Camwell


  1. 1.
    Concerto for Tenor Saxophone & Wind Ensemble (After Mendelssohn): I. Allegretto non troppo - David DeBoor Canfield, The Alberta Winds, Gareth Jones
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    Partita No. 3 in E Major, BWV 1006: I. Preludio (Arr. D. Camwell for 2 Saxophones & Piano) - Johann Sebastian Bach, Susan Fancher, Ināra Zandmane
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    Tachycardia - Marc Mellits, Stephen Page
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    Cantata 29, BWV 29: I. Sinfonia
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    Concerto in B-Flat Major, RV 548 (Arr. D. Camwell for 2 Saxophones & Piano): II. Largo - Antonio Vivaldi, Susan Fancher, Ināra Zandmane
Described as a masterful and virtuosic saxophonist with a mellifluous tone (Fanfare), Dr. Dave Camwell is the Director of Jazz Studies and Associate Professor of Music at Troy University in Alabama.
Camwell is a Yamaha, D'Addario, and Beechler Performing Artist and has over thirty publications available through Jeanne, Dorn and UNC Jazz Press. He has been a member of a wide variety of commissioning projects, as well as personally leading consortiums that have resulted in new works by Marc Mellits, Robert W. Smith and David Deboor Canfield.
Camwell studied at the universities of Calgary, Jacksonville State, Northern Colorado, and Oregon, and can be heard on the Parma, Innova, Enharmonic, Teal Creek, and Mark Custom recording labels.
An active performer and clinician, Camwell has been a guest artist at over forty universities throughout North America. He has won a number of awards, including 2nd-place in the 2000 North American Saxophone Alliance Biennial jazz competition. He has performed with Norwegian Cruise Lines, and at a variety of jazz festivals, including Montreux and Brienz, Switzerland. He has also toured Taiwan with the Xplorium! Ensemble, performed with the orchestras of Iowa, Des Moines, Minnesota, and Pensacola, and was a featured soloist with the New York Central City Chorus.


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