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Videos

Harvey Wainapel Quintet 
"Six and Four" (comp. Oliver Nelson) 
Harvey Wainapel (alto sax), Erik Jekabson (trumpet), Adam Shulman (piano), Peter Barshay (bass), Jason Lewis (drums).

Harvey Wainapel Quintet 

"La Lausanneoise" (comp. H. Wainapel). Harvey (tenor sax), Erik Jekabson (flugelhorn),  Adam Shulman (piano), Peter Barshay (bass),  Jason Lewis (drums)

Harvey Wainapel Quintet  w/ Phil Grenadier
"Number 3" (comp. Lawrence Williams) 
Harvey Wainapel (alto sax), Phil Grenadier (trumpet), Theo Saunders (piano),  John Shifflett (bass), David Hocker (drums). 

Harvey Wainapel Trio

"I'm Confessin' That I Love You" 
HW (alto sax), Peter Barshay (bass), Jason Lewis (drums)

Jovino Santos Neto Quinteto (+1), 
"Comichão" (comp. Jovino), 
Symphony Space, New York City A frevo written by Jovino Santos Neto performed live in NYC by his Quinteto in 2005.
Featuring Hans Teuber and Harvey Wainapel (saxes), Chuck Deardorf (bass), Mark Ivester (drums) and Jeff Busch (percussion)

Harvey's group Alegritude 
"Jandira" (comp. Magno Alexandre) 
Stanford University, California 
First concert of my new group ALEGRITUDE, at Stanford University, 2010. Brazilian jazz from beyond the list of "standards" that everyone plays all the time.This composition is by guitarist Magno Alexandre, from Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Jeff Buenz (guitar), Scott Thompson (bass), Celso Alberti (drums), Harvey Wainapel (sax/clarinet).

Alegritude 
"Choro do Adeus" (comp. Nelson Ayres)
Stanford University, California
First concert of my new group ALEGRITUDE, at Stanford University, 2010. Brazilian jazz from beyond the list of "standards" that everyone plays all the time. This composition is by pianist Nelson Ayres, from São Paulo, Brazil.Jeff Buenz (guitar), Scott Thompson (bass), Celso Alberti (drums),  Harvey Wainapel (sax/clarinet).

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