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Bamford Stevens (African Tracks)


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Bamford Stevens is a classically trained musician (Cleveland Institute of Music, where he studied piano under Dorothy K. Price). He has acquired extensive experience as a composer, arranger, jobbing musician, and educator. His musical style evolved by incorporating Jazz harmonies and rhythms into popular, traditional, and ethnic music. Bamford's original compositions and musical arrangements have been placed in multiple broadcast, film and television productions worldwide, and provide a showcase for the skilled musicianship of the performing artists with whom he is associated.



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Total Tracks: 132

Instrumental Tracks (115 Tracks) | Vocal Tracks (17) |
Music Genres For Bamford Stevens
Action | African | Americana | Blues | Brazilian | Christmas | Classical | Comedy | Country | Dance | Dramatic | Electronic | European | Folk | Hip Hop | Indie Rock | Jazz | New Age | Rock | Themes | Tropical |



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PLEURS DE LA FORÊT (TEARS OF THE FOREST) - (by Bamford Stevens)  Year: 2008
Bamford Stevens "Pleurs de la Forêt" ("Tears of the Forest"), composed by Armand Bokally (Cameroon, Africa) and arranged by Alan Marchand, alerts the international community to the plight of sub-Saharan African pygmies, whose habitat continues to be threatened by deforestation. Mixed Vocals, African, African Traditional
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Segue - African, African Traditional
291410 2:57 Medium 125   


L'ENFANT (THE CHILD) - (by Bamford Stevens)  Year: 2008
Bamford Stevens "L'enfant" (The Child), Armand Bokally (Cameroon, Africa) alerts the international community to the suffering of sub-Saharan African children. Our arrangement features Native male and female chants sung in French. Orchestral and indigenous instruments. Documentary travel channel tribal world music, Mixed Vocals, African, African Traditional
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Segue - African, African Traditional
290512 5:23 Very Fast 230   


COULEUR CAFÉ - (by Bamford Stevens)  Year: 2009
Bamford Stevens "Couleur Café", composed by Armand Bokally and arranged in collaboration with Alan Marchand, features a potpourri of African sounds and rhythms. The predominant "Bolo" rhythm, performed on ndjembe (African drum) and backed by African percussion, originates from a coastal Cameroon tribe. Instrumental, African, Cote d'Ivoire
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - African, Cote d'Ivoire
340040 4:48 Very Fast 190   

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