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Roger Aldridge
About "Gina's Waltz"
Gina's Waltz was composed in 1993 for Gina Eichman, a Baltimore-based classical flutist, who participated in a benefit concert I organized that year for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. This piece features the lower range of the flute and has a playful spirit. Recorded by David Arivett.

It was performed at the CBF concert with flute & guitar. Gina played the melody as notated (taking measures 12-22 an octave higher for contrast) and Mickey Vierschilling used the lead sheet to improvise a guitar accompaniment. After that performance Gina's Waltz gathered dust for 18 years until it was discovered in 2011 by George Spicka, a composer friend in Baltimore.

I am primarily a jazz composer. A wide range of influences are found in my music including tango, blues, samba, fusion, ragtime, contemporary classical, American roots music, and other kinds of music that interest me.

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