"Rhythm of Our World" by Arturo Sandoval

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Title

"Rhythm of Our World" by Arturo Sandoval

Alternative Title

"Rhythm of Our World" by Arturo Sandoval

Subject

Orlando (Fla.)
Music--United States
Jazz--United States

Description

An audio recording of "Rhythm of Our World," composed and performed by Arturo Sandoval (b. 1949) live on-air on WUCF-FM on October 9, 1999. A protégé of trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie (1917-1993), who was the first musician to bring Latin influences into American jazz, Cuban-born Sandoval became one of the most celebrated trumpeters of all-time, winning ten Grammy Awards, six Billboard Awards, and an Emmy Award. Sandoval defected to the United States while touring with Gillespie in 1990. He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Barack Obama (b. 1961) in 2013. Arturo Sandoval's Jazz Club was briefly open in Miami Beach, Florida, in the late 2000s. "Rhythm of Our World" was written and recorded by Sandoval for his 1998 Grammy award-winning album, Hot House.

Creator

Sandoval, Arturo

Source

Original 9-minute and 39-second audio recording: Sandoval, Arturo. "Rhythm of Our World," by Arturo Sandoval: WUCF-FM, Orlando, Florida, October 9, 1999.

Publisher

Date Created

1999-10-09

Date Copyrighted

1999-10-09

Date Issued

1999-10-09

Is Part Of

Jazz Collection, Central Florida Music History Collection, RICHES of Central Florida

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Multimedia software, such as QuickTime.

Format

audio/mp3

Extent

8.84 MB

Medium

9-minute and 39-second audio recording

Type

Sound

Coverage

WUCF-FM, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida
Arturo Sandoval Jazz Club, Deauville Beach Resort, Miami Beach, Florida
Artemisa, Havana, Havana Province, Cuba

Accrual Method

Donation

Mediator

History Teacher
Humanities Teacher
Music Teacher

Provenance

Originally created and performed by Arturo Sandoval and published by WUCF-FM.

Rights Holder

Copyright to this resource is held by Arturo Sandoval and is provided here by RICHES of Central Florida for educational purposes only.

Curator

Cravero, Geoffrey

Digital Collection

Source Repository

External Reference

Simon, Robert, Arturo Sandoval, and Marianela Sandoval. John "Dizzy" Birks Gillespie: The Man Who Changed My Life: from the Memoirs of Arturo Sandoval. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, 2014
Meredith, Bill. "Arturo Sandoval : From Cuba, With Love." Jazz Times, October 2007. http://jazztimes.com/articles/19107-arturo-sandoval-from-cuba-with-love (Accessed March 24, 2015).

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