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The thundering herds, evocations of Woody Herman.

Title
The thundering herds, April 13, 2002 [sound recording] : evocations of Woody Herman.
Author
Jazz at Lincoln Center (Organization)
Publication
April 13, 2002.

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Additional Authors
  • Burns, Ralph.
  • Marsalis, Wynton, 1961-
  • Black, Seneca.
  • Kisor, Ryan.
  • Printup, Marcus.
  • Westray, Ron.
  • Hayward, Andre.
  • Gardner, Vincent.
  • Anderson, Wessell.
  • Nash, Ted, 1922-2011.
  • Blanding, Walter, 1971-
  • Goines, Victor.
  • Temperley, Joe.
  • Sanders, Fred, 1971-
  • Whitaker, Rodney, 1968-
  • Riley, Herlin.
  • Schoenberg, Loren, 1958-
  • Candoli, Pete, 1923-2008
  • Lovano, Joe.
  • Chirillo, James.
  • Wolf, Warren.
  • Birnbaum, Adam.
  • Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra. prf
  • Jazz at Lincoln Center (Organization) dnr
Description
2 sound discs : digital, stereo.; 4 3/4 in.
Alternative Title
Evocations of Woody Herman
Subjects
Genre/Form
Live sound recordings.
Note
  • Compact discs
  • Photocopy of house program (51 p. + 1 p.) with biographical notes about Woody Herman in *LDCO 847. Works performed are taken from announcements.
Event (note)
  • Recorded live, April 13, 2002, Alice Tully Hall, New York, N.Y.
Source (note)
  • Jazz at Lincoln Center;
Contents
CD 1. Audience (6:41) ; Announcements (4:58) ; The good earth / Neal Hefti (2:30) ; Lady McGowan's dream / Ralph Burns (5:56) ; Giant steps / John Coltrane, arr. Bill Stapleton and Frank Tiberi (7:03) ; Blue flame / Joe Bishop and Jiggs Noble (8:32) -- Four brothers / Jimmy Giuffre (4:37) ; Summer sequence (14:43) ; Early autumn (4:09) / Burns ; Northwest passage / Ralph Burns and Chubby Jackson, arr. Burns (7:29) ; Audience (1:38) -- CD 2. Audience (7:40) ; Apple honey / Woody Herman and Burns (10:04) ; 125th Street prophet / Phil Moore (5:03) ; Red hills and green barns / Burns (18:25) ; Pam / Billy Bauer, arr. Burns (4:07) ; Igor / Red Norvo and Shorty Rogers, arr. S. Rogers (2:53) ; Bijou / Burns (4:16) ; America drinks and goes home / Frank Zappa, arr. Alan Broadbent (5:52) ; Announcement (3:25) ; Woochopper's ball / Joe Bishop (9:03) ; Audience (1:42).
Call Number
*LDCO 847
OCLC
692366868
Author
Jazz at Lincoln Center (Organization)
Title
The thundering herds, April 13, 2002 [sound recording] : evocations of Woody Herman.
Imprint
April 13, 2002.
Playing Time
010822 011236
Performer
The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra: Wynton Marsalis, Seneca Black, Ryan Kisor, Marcus Printup, trumpet ; Ron Westray, Andre Hayward, Vincent Gardner, trombone ; Wes "Warmdaddy" Anderson, alto and soprano saxophones ; Ted Nash, alto and soprano saxophones, clarinet ; Walter Blanding Jr., tenor and soprano saxophones, clarinet ; Victor Goines, tenor saxophone, clarinet ; Joe Temperley, baritone saxophone, bass clarinet, clarinet ; Fredrick Sanders, piano ; Rodney Whitaker, bass ; Herlin Riley, drums. Guests: Loren Schoenberg, music director ; Pete Candoli, trumpet ; Joe Lovano, tenor saxophone ; James Chirillo, guitar ; Warren Wolf, vibes ; Adam Birnbaum, piano.
Event
Recorded live, April 13, 2002, Alice Tully Hall, New York, N.Y.
Original Version
Compact disc service copy, recorded at NYPL in Dec. 2008, from borrowed DAT masters lent by Jazz at Lincoln Center.
Source
Gift ; Jazz at Lincoln Center; 2008 NN-RHA
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Added Author
Burns, Ralph. Works. Selections.
Burns, Ralph. Arranger
Marsalis, Wynton, 1961- Performer
Black, Seneca. Performer
Kisor, Ryan. Performer
Printup, Marcus. Performer
Westray, Ron. Performer
Hayward, Andre. Performer
Gardner, Vincent.
Anderson, Wessell. Performer
Nash, Ted, 1922-2011. Performer
Blanding, Walter, 1971- Performer
Goines, Victor. Performer
Temperley, Joe. Performer
Sanders, Fred, 1971- Performer
Whitaker, Rodney, 1968- Performer
Riley, Herlin. Performer
Schoenberg, Loren, 1958- Conductor
Candoli, Pete, 1923-2008, instrumentalist.
Lovano, Joe. Performer
Chirillo, James. Performer
Wolf, Warren. Performer
Birnbaum, Adam. Performer
Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra. Performer
Jazz at Lincoln Center (Organization) Donor
Research Call Number
*LDCO 847 Notes on file.
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