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Examples of "flauding"
In 2016 Flauding participated as conductor and clinician for jazz workshops and related public concerts at the University of North Dakota (2016 Spring Workshop) and Rock Valley College in Rockford, Illinois, (the 33rd Annual Jazz Festival) leading jazz workshops, conducting, and performing on guitar for the 2016 Spring Concert. In February 2016 Flauding took part as performer, conductor, and panelist at the annual Lone Star Guitar Festival in Weatherford, Texas. He served as adjudicator and clinician for the Texas Bandmasters Association in 2015
Since moving his home and recording studio to Texas in 2008, Flauding has composed and arranged for bands, orchestras, and ensembles. He has released singles recorded in Texas, Nashville, and Los Angeles, and produced several new arrangements for what he describes as "little big band." In 2013 Flauding published the book "Guitar Tips" written for contemporary church worship leaders, currently available from Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and as an eBook from Praise Charts, Kobo Books, and others. His published guitar music has been distributed by Columbia Pictures Publications.
In addition to an active performance schedule in the late-1970s and early 1980s, Flauding worked as a session guitarist and producer, taking part in recording sessions with some of the country's top bands and jazz ensembles. As an arranger and producer he participated in recording projects with artists such as David Benoit, John Patitucci, Eric Marienthal, Brandon Fields, Russell Ferrante, Wayne Bergeron and other well-known jazz artists and studio musicians. He performed with popular jazz, pop, and flamenco artists, including Bob James, Richard Elliot, Rick Braun and Michel Camilo. While on the staff of Yale Video Productions in Anaheim, California, Flauding connected with sound engineer John Fischer, which led to his first important recording contract and the release of his New Age Jazz album, "Refuge," for Spindletop Records. Over the next five years he recorded with other labels before forming his own private label, Flauding Music.
Finzer has released several solo albums, and multiple collections in supergroups. In 2006 she teamed up with acoustic and electric guitarist Ric Flauding to release her debut album "Desert Journey", a collection of new age and world music instrumentals arranged for flute and guitar. The first of Finzer's "Sanctuary" albums followed in 2009, and in the same year she and harpist VeeRonna Ragone formed Dulce VAS, releasing a jazz fusion, Latin flair Christmas album of traditional holiday songs performed as mambos, sambas and rhumbas entitled "Christmas Picante". In 2010, she released "Masquerade" and "Radiant Sky", the latter being a second album with Flauding and a host of other musicians, including fellow flutist Tina Beaton, percussionist Freddie Colon, and guitarists Will Chapin, Pedro Perez and Evan Drummond.
Flauding began his recording and performance career while still in high school in Southern California. His first professional gigs were as lead guitarist and arranger for the band, Group Effort, formed by Ric and an older brother. With a full-time manager, the band performed in venues in Los Angeles and Orange County, California, during the late 1960s and early ’70s. He began formal musical studies at age eleven, learning to play trumpet in school, but quickly transitioned to guitar and studied privately with Barney Kessel and Horace Hatchett, classical guitar with Ted McKown, and flamenco performance with Ricardo de Escobal. Over the next ten years Flauding developed his knowledge of composition and music theory and immersed himself in the academic side of the art with Albert Harris, Bryant McKernan, John Shaffer Smith, and others.
Flauding has taught music theory and composition along with courses on music technology and guitar and keyboard performance for Biola University in La Mirada, California; the College of the Desert in Palm Desert, Arizona; Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas; and Weatherford College, also in Texas. In addition he has tutored theory and composition students for the Boston-based Berklee College of Music, along with online students in several states and countries around the world.
Richard Gordon "Ric" Flauding (born Elkhart, Indiana, February 2, 1954) is an American arranger, composer, songwriter, and classically trained guitarist who has recorded several contemporary jazz and pop music albums and received an ASCAP Plus Award. His commissions include arrangements for guitar and orchestra, jazz ensembles, big band, contemporary jazz instrumentals, as well as choral and symphony productions. He has written, arranged, and recorded in many styles, including jazz and classical, and conducts professional and amateur jazz ensembles.
Approximately 150 jazz, contemporary jazz band, and popular recordings by Ric Flauding are featured on iTunes, CD Baby, Amazon music,, Slacker music service,, and Microsoft digital music stores, among others. His recordings have charted Digital Radio for iTunes and Rhapsody online music service and R&R for MacJazz New Horizons and the Gavin Report charting service. Flauding's arrangements have been featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show and in national commercials. In addition he has composed, arranged, orchestrated for recording artists and record labels, ranging from Metropolitan Opera bass-baritone soloist Jeffrey Wells, performing with the Fort Worth Symphony, to contemporary Christian artists Larnelle Harris, David Meece, and Keith Green.
Flauding's second album, "Letters", featured performances by popular jazz artists Novi Novog on viola, Emil Palame and Russell Ferrante on piano, Freddie Washington on bass, and Sam Riney on saxophone. The album was produced by the renowned jazz guitarist and record producer Paul Brown and became a pre-nomination Grammy candidate. During the same period Flauding completed the UCLA Film Scoring Program where he won awards for motion picture and commercial scoring. His contemporary jazz, new age, and cinematic compositions were recognized for their originality by "Billboard" magazine, the American Song Festival, and the American Society for Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP).
Ric Flauding has produced compositions and arrangements for groups including the London Symphony and the London Boychoir,; the Fort Worth Symphony,; the Plano Symphony Orchestra: (December 18, 2016), in which his arrangement of the song "Sleigh Ride" was the featured Finale of the "Home for the Holidays" concerts; and the Juarez, Mexico, Symphony Orchestras, and arrangements commissioned by jazz, pop, and New Age instrumentalists. "All Creatures" arranged for Mack Goldsbury His song, "For Dave Mustaine," commemorates a friendship with the leader and lead guitarist of the metal band, Megadeth. Flauding's original recordings have charted Commercial and Digital Radio and have been featured in numerous television and film productions. Concert works, such as his "Viola Sonata (Passacaglia & Fugue)," were premiered in Europe. In summer 2016 he began work on a new suite for guitar and orchestra in three movements.