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Terry Burrus performs a wide variety of music from the grooves of house and techno to traditional jazz to classical to R&B Soul genres. Terry Burrus can take it even further with hard groove and dance tracks that's being featured on his forthcoming album. Burrus strives to create musical projects that can be described as tasteful and enjoyable. But it was not always the case for the pianist in the beginning. Alot of years, training and learning made him a visionary. Studying Beethoven, Dvorak, Grieg, Mozart, Chopin, he is also deeply rooted in Soul, Jazz, Gospel, and dwells deep in Electronica. Making home between Europe and the United States, his musical journey becomes more exciting and challenging when working with new and exciting people in different genres.The musical versatility is due to the many artists and recordings Terry has worked on as well as his extensive worldwide travels and experiences for years.The native New Yorker learned the piano at age five and became a church organist at Washington Temple in Brooklyn, New York by the time he was seven growing up in that church alongside singers, James" D Train" Williams, Ronnie Dyson and the Reverend Al Sharpton. Terry Burrus studied with Sticks Evans his musical mentor teacher in Junior High School and it was there where Terry put together his Junior High School band as a guitarist which he got quite proficient on and also as a keyboardist. The band would play locally in New York including the prestigious Lincoln Center Performing Arts Center, performing jazz,soul,r&b and Broadway classics. He attended the La Guardia School of Music And Art in New York City diving further into jazz and formal studies and absorbing the concepts of arrangement and counterpoint, he excelled so fast as a musician that by the time he was sixteen he was touing with Jean Carne, Lenny White, Michael Urbaniak, Tom Browne, Melba Moore and others...
“Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn
Columbia Records Tony Bennett, Benny Goodman & Andere Kostelanetz
Benny Goodman & Orchestra Spring Song
Tony Bennet with Percy Faith & Orchestra – Blue Velvet
Kostelanetz, Andre: Swamp fire
The sound effect Man
Little songs for little ones
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All on Shellac 10” 78 RPM
Benny Goodman & Orchestra – Spring Song / Honeysuckle Rose
Columbia – 35319 R 1939
A: Spring Song
Guitar – Arnold Corvarrubias
B: Honeysuckle Rose
Guitar – Charles Christian
Tony Bennet with Percy Faith & Orchestra – Blue Velvet / Solitaire
Columbia 39555 R 1951
A: Blue Velvet
By – B. Wayne & Morris
By –Nutter, Guion, &Borek
AUTHOR/CREATOR Andere Kostelanetz1901-1908
IMPRINT New York: Columbia, 
RESPONSIBILITY Mooney. Casey Jones: fox trot.
NOTE Columbia: 35785 (mx B 22725, mx B 22728).
Andre Kostelanetz conducts.
Casey Jones - 1938-04-13; matrix: B22728;
VOCO 1950 New York City 32 tc-16
The sound effect Man
Little songs for little ones
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