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Click the CD cover above to get details about the new album, The Complete Rebirth of the Cool, featuring Jeff Presslaff (Trombone), Greg Gatien (Alto Saxophone), Ken Gold (Baritone Saxophone), Steve Oberheu (Tuba), Kendra Duval (French Horn), Will Bonness (Jazz Piano), Gilles Fournier (Acoustic Bass), Eric Platz (Drums) and Dean Mcneill playing Trumpets and Flugel Horn.

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You can still get the Mélange: New Music for Trumpet and Piano album, featuring Jon Ballantyne (Jazz Piano), Bonnie Nicholson (Classical Piano), and Dean Mcneill playing Trumpets and Flugel Horn. You can listen to sample tracks, view photos of the recording process, and learn about the players.

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Dean McNeill

About Dean McNeill
Downbeat magazine award winning Canadian trumpet player/composer Dean McNeill is a Full Professor at the University of Saskatchewan where he has taught applied trumpet, trumpet choir, jazz history, jazz ensemble, jazz materials, jazz improvisation, jazz pedagogy, and jazz arranging for many years. >> Click to read Dean's full bio

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Download Dean's bio, logo, and print resolution photos (150 dpi or higher) to use in festival programs and other materials. Click below to download the files you need.


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All The Latest News & Info

U of S alumni get to groove again

U of S Jazz Ensemble CD release and joint Jazz Ensemble Alumni Concert, June 19, 2010


Click to listen to the premier performance of 'Kalla', composed by Allan Gilliland for Dean McNeill and the 2009 National Youth Band of Canada.

Dean McNeill performs with 2009 National Youth Band of Canada on their Saskatchewan tour in May of 2009

Mixing Musical Colours: Music grad builds on success by embracing diversity

Review: by Atlanta Audio Society
This Mélange has many colors, the album seems to breathe the air of wide open spaces and boundless possibilities

Review: by Nick Lavigne, CAJE
Prairie Fire brings together some of Canada's best musicians

Article by Dean McNeill
JAZZ ADVOCACY: How can we support the overall growth of jazz music in our country?

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