[Concert, 2006, December 02] [sound recording]

Author
Princeton University. Concert Jazz Ensemble [Browse]
Format
Audio
Language
Undetermined
Published/​Created
Princeton, NJ. : Princeton University, Dept. of Music, 2006.
Description
2 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.

Details

Series
Contains
Medium/​Support
4 3/4 in.
Notes
  • Also available on Digital Audio Tape (DAT).
  • A complete program is available in Mendel Music Library.
  • "Funding for "Little Miss B" was made possible by a generous grant from The Commission Project, Sons of Sound Productions Ltd. and the Princeton University Jazz Program" -- Program.
Time and place of event
Recorded in Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall.
Participant(s)/​Performer(s)
Jazz Composers Collective: Ben Wasserman, alto and soprano saxophone; Julia Brav, piano; Dean Reynolds, Theo Beers, bass Chuck Staab, drums [1st-6th works]; Concert Jazz Ensemble: Ross Silverman, Stephen Hammer, alto sax; Robert W. Enoch; Jonathan Scholl, tenor sax; Richa Gawande, baritone sax; Andrew Sowa; Joseph Codega; Justin Pines; Peter Ketcharn-Colwill; Harrison Frye, trumpets; Charles Sneath, Matt Rich, Daniel Jaffe; Katherine Sanden, trombones; Julia Brav, Daniel Berry, piano; Matt Wong; Theo Beers, bass; Chuck Staab, Tyler Pines, drums [7th-11th works]; directed by Anthony D.J. Branker.
Contents
  • Disc 1. Expanding horizons / I. Hall
  • Il mago / J. Brav
  • Day Break / C. Staab
  • Thin places / D. Reynolds
  • Oven timer / T. Beers
  • Transient self / B. Wasserman. Disc 2. Mean what you say / T. Jones; transcribed by Michael Weiss
  • Mosaic / B. Minzter
  • Moanin' / C. Mingus; arr. Sy Johnson / Compensation / K. Werner
  • Nica's dream / H. Silver; arr. Michael Mossman.
Program title
  • Extending the tradition : music of Charlie Mingus, Thad Jones, Horace Silver, Bob Mintzner, Kenny Werner and the Princeton University Jazz Composers Collective.
OCLC
1340436352
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