Winner of the David Baker Prize – 2018 Bridges International Composition Competition and had its world premiere at the Ravinia Festival June 2018.
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Haunted Lullaby of the Forgotten is a work inspired greatly from my memory of Fiddler on the Roof and was originally written with words to help guide the color, tone, and mood of the piece. The lyrics convey a narrator comforting an unknown character during their final moments, trying to relax their fear of being forgotten before the inevitable. While the hypnotic piece grows and shifts, echoing its sinister and tragic origins, the lullaby eventually closes with the final resting phrase in the violin, “I, the forgotten, will remember you.”

credits

released August 3, 2018
Executive Producers: Zachary Bornheimer & Jon Tucker
Composer: Zachary Bornheimer

Bonnie Deeds – Violins/Viola
Eduard Teregulov – Cello
John O’Leary – Piano
Alejandro Arenas – Bass, additional Recording
Paul Gavin – Drums, additional Recording

Recorded at LaLa Mansion by Andrew Boullianne
Mixed by Jon Tucker
Mastered by G&J Audio

Zachary Bornheimer – Tenor Saxophone
Cesar Rios – Guitar
Ben Winkler – Piano
Savvas Savvinidis – Bass (CoLeader)
Natalie DePergola – Drums (CoLeader)
Gumbi Ortiz – Percussion

Recorded & Mixed by Andrew Boullianne at Lala Mansion Recording Studio
Video by Bryam Castellanos

Dedicated to John Blackwell

Zachary Bornheimer – Tenor Saxophone
Cesar Rios – Guitar
Ben Winkler – Piano
Savvas Savvinidis – Bass (CoLeader)
Natalie DePergola – Drums (CoLeader)
Gumbi Ortiz – Percussion

Recorded & Mixed by Andrew Boullianne at Lala Mansion Recording Studio
Video by Bryam Castellanos

Tranquil Storm by Zachary Bornheimer
Recorded Live on June 16, 2017

Composed for Ravinia’s Steans Music Institute Program for Jazz.

Eddie Pimentel – Tenor Saxophone (first saxophone to enter)
Zachary Bornheimer – Tenor Saxophone (first soloist, composer)
Ryan Hernandez – Guitar
Aaron Holthus – Bass
Ryan Raines – Drums

Get the sheet music!

Watch the video version!

Judy by Patrick Bettison performed by the Thomas Carabasi Samba Jazz Quartet
Recorded Live on July 17, 2016

Zachary Bornheimer – Alto Sax
Patrick Bettison – Piano, Composer
Alejandro Arenas – Bass
Thomas Carabasi – Drums

Nica’s Dream by Horace Silver
Recorded Live on October 27, 2016

Zachary Bornheimer – Tenor Sax
LaRue Nickelson – Guitar
Rick Steuart – Piano
Patrick Bettison – Bass
Dave Rudolph – Drums, Arrangement, Mixing

 
Lean Years by Pat Martino
Recorded Live on October 27, 2016

Zachary Bornheimer – Tenor Sax
LaRue Nickelson – Guitar
Rick Steuart – Piano
Patrick Bettison – Bass
Dave Rudolph – Drums, Arrangement, Mixing

Footprints by Wayne Shorter performed by the Dave Rudolph Band
Recorded Live on October 27, 2016

Zachary Bornheimer – Tenor Sax
LaRue Nickelson – Guitar
Rick Steuart – Piano
Patrick Bettison – Bass
Dave Rudolph – Drums, Arrangement, Mixing

Uptown Funk by Mark Ronson (ft. Bruno Mars) performed by the USF Jazztet
Recorded Live on July 17, 2016

Zachary Bornheimer – Tenor Sax, Co Arranger
Andrew Allen – Piano, Co Arranger
Alejandro Arenas – Bass
Dave Rudolph – Drums

Red Moon by Zachary Bornheimer performed by the USF Jazztet
Recorded Live on July 17, 2016

Zachary Bornheimer – Tenor Sax, Composer
Andrew Allen – Piano
Alejandro Arenas – Bass
Dave Rudolph – Drums

Those Clumsy Words by Dave Rudolph performed by the USF Jazztet
Recorded Live on July 17, 2016

Zachary Bornheimer – Tenor Sax
Andrew Allen – Piano
Alejandro Arenas – Bass
Dave Rudolph – Drums, Composer

Favela by Antonio Carlos Jobim performed by the USF Jazztet
Recorded Live on July 17, 2016

Zachary Bornheimer – Tenor Sax
Andrew Allen – Piano
Alejandro Arenas – Bass, Arranger
Dave Rudolph – Drums

Just Thinking by Alejandro Arenas performed by the USF Jazztet
Recorded Live on July 17, 2016

Zachary Bornheimer – Tenor Sax
Andrew Allen – Piano
Alejandro Arenas – Bass, Composer
Dave Rudolph – Drums

Live Recording

(Recorded 04/28/16)

Performed live by USF Jazz Ensemble 1
Personnel:
Conductor/Composer: Zachary Bornheimer
Saxophones
Anthony Cassamassima
Chad Russel
Eduardo Lanzino
Jon Cestero

Trumpets
Graham Pollack
Austin Kelly (Solo)
Jared VanVickle
Kara VanVickle

Trombones
Patrick Hilderbrand
Justin Pierce
Buggy Bowden
Bass Trombone – Ryan Hiers

Rhythm
Guitar – Ermesc Gonzalez (solo)
Piano – Andrew Allen
Bass – Alejandro Arenas
Drums – Dave Rudolph (solo)


Tracked Recording

Personnel:
Saxophones/Flutes: Zachary Bornheimer
Flugelhorns: Jackson Harpe
Trombones: Ryan Hiers
Guitar: Dominic Walker
Piano: Andrew Allen
Bass: Alejandro Arenas
Drums: Paul Gavin

Stronger by Max Martin & Rami Yacoub (popularized by Britney Spears) performed by the USF Jazztet
Recorded Live on March 23, 2016

Jon Cestero – Alto Saxophone
Zachary Bornheimer – Tenor Saxophone, Arranger
Justin Pierce – Trombone
Jon Oxford – Guitar
Andrew Allen – Piano
Alejandro Arenas – Bass
Dave Rudolph – Drums

Multiple recordings from Richard Jimenez’s Graduate recital.

Personnel:
Jackson Harpe – Trumpet
Zachary Bornheimer – Tenor Sax
Dominic Walker – Guitar
Richard Jimenez – Bass
Paul Gavin – Drums

 

Pools (originally adapted/arranged by Dean Eaves):


What Is This Thing Called Love (arranged by George Shearing, adapted by Richard Jimenez):


It Just Came To Me (composed by Richard Jimenez):


Sister Sadie (based on the Ray Brown version, adapted/arranged by Richard Jimenez):


All The Things You Are (arranged by Richard Jimenez):

Isfahan by Strayhorn performed by The USF Jazztet.

Personnel:
Zach Bornheimer – Tenor Sax
Chris Rottmayer – Piano
Richard Jimenez – Bass
Paul Gavin – Drums

 

Take 2, Recorded Nov 20, 2014 – USF Jazz Rehearsal Hall

Take 1, Recorded Nov 12, 2014 – USF Barness Recital Hall

USF Jazz Ensemble 1 performs Zachary Bornheimer’s first original composition for Big Band, “Midnight Run” on April 21, 2014 in the USF Concert Hall.

Personnel:
Saxophones:
Anthony Casamassima (Alto/Flute)
Cody Moore (Alto/Clarinet)
Zach Bornheimer (Composer, Soloist, Tenor)
Caleb Murray (Tenor/Clarinet)
Riley Sulick (Bari/Bass Clarinet)

Trombones:
Joe Offner
Jordan Craig
Ryan Hiers
A.J. Douglas

Trumpets:
Matt McCarthy
Jackson Harpe
David Hinkley
Amy Paterson

Rhythm:
Chris Rottmayer (Piano)
Teague Bechtel (Soloist, Guitar)
Zach Pedigo (Bass)
Paul Gavin (Drums)

Coming About (Tenor Solo) by Maria Schneider, played by the USF Jazz Ensemble 1

From Maria Schneider’s visit to USF on March 31, 2014 for the Monday Night Jazz Series.

Featured Performers:
Zach Bornheimer – Tenor Saxophone
Chris Rottmayer – Piano
Teague Bechtel – Guitar
Zach Pedigo – Bass
Paul Gavin – Drums

Purchase a copy of this concert for $7 through BandCamp
~$1.10 goes to each artist and ~$1.50 towards fees

Tunes (arrangements by Zachary Bornheimer):
Recorda Me – Joe Henderson
26-2 – John Coltrane
Soul Eyes – Mal Waldron
Countdown / Tune Up – John Coltrane / Miles Davis
Color Shift – Zachary Bornheimer

Personnel:
Zach Bornheimer – Tenor Sax
Dominic Walker – Guitar
Chris Rottmayer – Piano
Richard Jimenez – Bass
Alex DeLeon – Drums

Feedback by Bob Reynolds, played by the USF Jazztet

The USF Jazztet performs Bob Reynolds’s composition “Feedback” at Jazz à Vienne.

Zach Bornheimer – Tenor Saxophone
Jordan Craig – Trombone
Jordan Garno – Guitar
Zach Pedigo – Bass
Mitch Montgomery – Drums

Recorded live at Jazz à Vienne on July 12, 2013.

Chromazone by Mike Stern, played by the USF Jazztet

Inspired by the recordings of Mike Stern with Bob Berg and the original recording with Michael Brecker, The USF Jazztet performs Mike Stern’s composition “Chromazone.”

Zach Bornheimer – Tenor Saxophone
Jordan Garno – Guitar
Zach Pedigo – Bass
Mitch Montgomery – Drums

Recorded live at Jazz à Vienne on July 12, 2013.

Your Smile by Zachary Bornheimer performed by Just for Kicks


Fall 2011 Combo Concert by “Just for Kicks” – University of South Florida

Tracks:

  1. Megalopolis
  2. Spain
  3. Migrations
  4. Evidence
  5. Introductions
  6. Jazz Crimes

 

Personnel:

Zachary Bornheimer – Tenor Sax
Ryan Hiers – Trombone
Chris Morris – Guitar
John Richardson – Piano
Richard Jimenez – Bass
Alex DeLeon – Drums

 

Inspiration by Zachary Bornheimer