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The Heroic Millipede. The Heroic Millipede. 2. Gregorian Can Teach Me. Thomas Heberer. 4. The NY Temperature. 6. The Day It Rained Forever.
Thomas Heberer (born September 24, 1965, in Schleswig, Germany) is a trumpeter, quarter-tone trumpeter, cornetist, keyboardist and composer, primarily focused on jazz, creative improvised music and contemporary chamber music. Based in New York City, he currently works as a leader and sideman in a variety of bands in Europe and the U. .Heberer received significant attention in 1990 with his release of the album Chicago Breakdown: The Music of Jelly Roll Morton, recorded with bassist Dieter Manderscheid. ITM Records (ITM 1443).
Notable recordings include: The Heroic Millipede in 1988 (ITM); "Kill Yr Darlins" in 1997 (Poise); two albums on the Poise label under the pseudonym . Stella in 2001 and Mouth in 2003; the digitally released Sloops in 2007; and a vinyl-only release called One on NoBusiness Records in 2011. com/Thomas Heberer (musician). Thomas Heberer (disambiguation). Thomas Heberer may refer to
Thomas Heberer studied political science, sinology and ethnology in Frankfurt on the Main, Göttingen and Heidelberg (Germany). After the conferral of his doctorate in 1977, he started working as an interpreter and translator in China. Later in 1989, he habilitated in Bremen (Germany). In 1998 he has taken over the position as chair of political science with emphasis on East Asia studies at the University of Duisburg-Essen. Since 2009 he is one of the co-directors at the Confucius Institute of Metropolis Ruhr in Duisburg (Germany)
Thomas Heberer - Private Entrepreneurs in China and Vietnam: Social and Political Functioning of Strategic Groups. Thomas Heberer & Claudia Derichs - The Power of Ideas - Intellectual Input and Political Change in East and Southeast Asia.