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Arranging Across Multiple Genres
Michael Jackson I D'Angelo I Clare Fischer
BF w The Clare Fischer Latin Jazz Group
Fischer shows how creativity can manifest itself across multiple genres with three examples from his award-winning work: Michael Jackson’s pop hit "This Is It," arranged for 45-piece orchestra; D’Angelo’s "Really Love," arranged for an intimate seven-piece chamber orchestra; and Clare Fischer’s "Butterfly Samba" from the album "¡Intenso!"
YouTube links to music from the above albums - please support artists by ordering!
This Is It - MJJ https://youtu.be/_emOFprunYE
Really Love - D'Angelo https://youtu.be/mVsQwJfWzoI
Butterfly Samba - Clare Fischer
Grammy®-winning producer , composer, arranger and band leader Brent Fischer credits his legendary father, Dr. Clare Fischer, for first conceptualizing the signature harmonic and orchestraional palette carried on and furthered by Brent that has become the Fischer brand. A BMI songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Brent (bass, vibes, keys, drums), moves easily between Jazz, R&B/Urban, Pop, Latin or Symphonic works. His arranging credits appear on over 30 million albums to include: Usher, Michael Jackson, Toni Braxton, Raphael Saadiq, Prince, Diane Reeves, Elvis Costello & The Roots, D'Angelo. Helping artists differentiate their sound through the timeless addition of ensemble arranging to their creations has kept Brent busy for decades. He also works as an artist development consultant and gives master classes for universities and music conservatories on customized topics
l-r: Steve Genewick, Al Schmitt, Brent Fischer, Andre Fischer at Capitol Studios; with Rafa Sardina, engineer of "Really Love" from D'Angelo's "Black Messiah" which won the Grammy® Song of The Year - arranged, orchestrated and
co-produced by Brent Fischer. photos by The C
l-r: NAMM 2019 panel DNA of A Legend: PRINCE l-r: Morris Hayes, Brent Fischer, St Paul Peterson,
Fischer with publisher, Alfred Music