StMU Research Scholars

Two Tone

The After Hours Jazz, performing "Two Tone," an original composition by Jared Barry. Featuring Brandon Ichavez on guitar, Andres Montez on drums, Jared Barry on euphonium, and Matt Coronado on bass. Performing for the 12th Semi-Annual StMU Research Scholars Award Ceremony, St. Mary's University, May 5, 2022.

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4 Responses

  1. What an amazing preformance. I can tell this took a lot of time and dedication. I loved how clear the Euphonium sounded as well as how the bass and guitar synced together percfectly. I personally never really resonated with jazz music or compositions but I had many friends who were in a jaz band and had local gigs so I spent a lot of time listening to jazz music. This brought back many memories and I hope to be able to hear this composition in real life one day. Great job!!

  2. It sounds great! I would say I do know much about music or jazz, more specifically, but I think is a very good composition. Congrats Jared! It is such a pity not being able to hear the performance live. I hope they play again in this semester’s award ceremony, though.

  3. Wow, that was amazing! I am not always the biggest fan of Jazz but I do think when it’s done right it is one of the most interesting and diverse musical forms. I think jazz can convey emotion with little to no lyricism which in my opinion is not found anywhere else. The form factor of Two Tone and other Jazz is spectacular and I really do love the fact that all these instruments can really make something so orchestral and grand without it being that way.

  4. I really enjoyed listening to them play. I’ve always been a lover of music in any way, shape, or form, and to me instruments are music in it’s purest form. It was soothing to listen too, and gave me such a sense of relaxation. I enjoyed the steady beat of the drum underlying the rest of the instruments. They all came together well to and organically.

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