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February 23, 1990 - Image 75

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-02-23

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exclusive of any alcohol.*

Grammy nominations and
two Grammy Awards. During
those years,
Cashbox
magazine named him the
world's number one
instrumentalist.
His style paid off when, in
1971, his version of the theme
from "Summer of '42" hit the
top of the charts and won him
his first gold record. Nero also
appeared in the film Sunday
in New York, for which he
composed the score and title
song, which received Golden
Hollywood
Globe and
Reporter nominations.
Noted for what has come to
be known as "The Nero
Style," Nero explains . . . "As
an arranger, I treat each tune
as an entity requiring special
treatment. I try not to limit
my musical approach. I try to
avoid the 'sameness' so
prevalent in pop music. The
familiarity of the tune is the
common link between me and
the audience, and this link
gives me license to use my im-
agination to the fullest."
In addition to his 10-year
post with the Philly Pops,
Nero also holds a similar post
with the Tulsa Philharmonic.
During any year, he also per-
forms concerts around the
country.
Today he likes to think of
himself in a way he was once
described by others. "They
called me an eclectic."
Still, Nero admits, some of
today's more modern music
leaves him cold. "Most of
what I hear today all sounds
the same to me; all formula
and a lot of noise. A year from
now they won't be around.
But that's just my opinion
and, of course, you can't fight
the standards worldwide. To
say today's music is no good
is not sufficient. It's very
powerful, and for those people
who can relate to it, it's great.
I'm very happy for them. For
myself, however, if I don't
have to listen to most of it, I
don't want to."
A man who still practices
the piano every day, "because
you have to stay in shape,"
Nero credits his parents and
his upbringing with his suc-
cess. His Jewishness is firm-
ly instilled in him, he admits,
and is something that seems
to grow strong with time.
"As a matter of fact, I feel
more and more that I am a
Jew. It's nice to assimilate
but, at the same time, it's nice
to know where you come
from, what your roots are. I'm
proud of mine, and I don't ever
want to forget them." ❑

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