Articles and commemorations gathered from previously published sources
that deserve wider recognition.
“She didn’t have to let you know that she was a virtuoso in the first five seconds.”
“Humility and openness, that was her core.”
— Ra-Kalam (Bob) Moses
(Drummer on Emily’s Transitions and Catwalk albums)
Premier Guitar – Forgotten Heroes: Emily Remler, 2014.
Kelly Roberti is an accomplished composer and world class musician who’s extensive resume includes a number of tours and performances as part of Emily’s Trio in the late 80’s. From the scores of memories he has, Kelly shares this poem written May 11, 1990, a deeply personal moment set to words of a particular place and time, never forgotten and never relinquished.
Visit him at KellyRoberti.com
A Day In The Life…
Here’s a small slice of life from a night on the town with Emily through the eyes of fellow friend and former student, Michael Ducey titled Emily, I’ll Carry You! Written November 24, 2004.
This remembrance of meeting and playing with Emily is from Larry Coryell’s 2007 autobiography titled : Improvising: My Life In Music
Whenever I May Find Her
The following letters to the editor appeared in the August issue of Guitar Magazine written by Edward Barr and Joel Turoff shortly after Emily’s passing. Their remembrances were quite touching and bitter sweet. If there were any questions about Emily’s dedication to her students or if she was a serious teacher, let them be silenced.
I mean please, who in the world would entertain the thought of a student at 7 A.M. !