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Stan Kenton - Carnegie Hall October '51 mp3 download

Performer: Stan Kenton
Title: Carnegie Hall October '51
Style: Big Band,Progressive Jazz,Traditional Pop
Duration: 01:06:36
Released: August 15, 2000
Date of recording: October 19, 1951 & October 20, 1951
Size MP3 version: 1983 mb
Size FLAC version: 1959 mb
Size WMA version: 1444 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 500
Genre: Jazz

Stan Kenton - Carnegie Hall October '51 mp3 download

View events presented by Carnegie Hall in the 19-120 season, which includes anniversaries that honor two artists who changed the course of music history. Carnegie Hall Presents. SA/PS Stern Auditorium, Perelman Stage. REW Resnick Education Wing. WRH Weill Recital Hall.

October 19, 1951 & October 20, 1951. Boisterous Elegant Energetic Exuberant Sophisticated.

Stanley Newcomb Kenton (December 15, 1911 – August 25, 1979) was an American popular music and jazz artist. As a pianist, composer, arranger and band leader he led an innovative and influential jazz orchestra for almost four decades. Though Kenton had several pop hits from the early 1940s into the 1960s, his music was always forward looking. Kenton was also a pioneer in the field of jazz education, creating the Stan Kenton Jazz Camp in 1959 at Indiana University.

This alöbum is compiled from Items which were performede during two concerts at Carnegie Hall, October 19 and October 20, 1951 by Stan Kenton and his Innovations In Music Orchestra. Members of the Trumpet Section double on latin-percussion Instruments. Selected and recorded from "The Swing House Collection" by Christopher A. Pirie.

City of Glass, an album originally issued as a 10" LP by Stan Kenton, consists entirely of the music of Bob Graettinger. There is a great deal written in music history books about the period of artistic experimentalism after World War II in Europe and the United States

Stan Kenton & Orchestra. Venue Carnegie Hall (New York, NY). Date Jul 5, 1975. Total Length 1:02:43. 3The Daily Dance06:37. 8The Peanut Vendor08:57. 9Artistry in Rhythm06:03. 10Take the A Train03:25. Stan Kenton & Orchestra Newport Jazz Festival Jul 5, 1959. Stan Kenton & Orchestra Carnegie Hall Jul 6, 1974. Stan Kenton & Orchestra French Lick Jazz Festival Aug 17, 1958.

Photograph of Stan Kenton fans at the band's first Carnegie Hall concert, which began at 12 midnight. The concert sold out within hours. Series Title: Artistry in Rhythm Orchestra (1941-1946). Photograph of Stan Kenton fans at the band's first Carnegie Hall concert, which began at 12 midnight. Physical Description.

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Stan Kenton - A Sunday Kind Of Love (Remastered 2018) (03:30, Kb/s). Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: The Ballad Style Of Stan Kenton (2018).

All songs from Carnegie Hall - Oct. '51. Recomendations. Gene DiNovi, Spike Robinson Don Lanphere Quintet featuring Jon Pugh and Marc Seales Frank Griffith (Feat.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Spirals Franklyn Marks Stan Kenton 3:22
2 Ennui Bill Russo Stan Kenton 3:37
3 Sambo Shorty Rogers Stan Kenton 2:38
4 Shelly Manne Stan Kenton Stan Kenton 4:33
5 Conte Candoli Shorty Rogers Stan Kenton 2:21
6 Art Pepper Shorty Rogers Stan Kenton 5:08
7 Improvisation Bill Russo Stan Kenton 5:31
8 John Graas Franklyn Marks Stan Kenton 4:09
9 Maynard Ferguson Shorty Rogers Stan Kenton 4:05
10 Samana Manny Albam Stan Kenton 3:36
11 Love for Sale Cole Porter Stan Kenton 3:20
12 Coop's Solo Shorty Rogers Stan Kenton 3:51
13 Reflections Robert F. Graettinger Stan Kenton 4:22
14 Opus in Pastels Stan Kenton Stan Kenton 4:01
15 Halls of Brass Bill Russo Stan Kenton 2:48
16 Gregory Benko Bill Russo Stan Kenton 5:12
17 Salute Pete Rugolo Stan Kenton 4:02


Manny Albam - Composer
Don Bagley - Bass
Gregory Bemko - Cello
Harry Betts - Trombone
Ralph Blaze - Guitar
Zachary Bock - Cello
Bart Caldarell - Bassoon, Sax (Tenor)
Conte Candoli - Trumpet
Bob Cooper - Horn (English), Oboe, Sax (Tenor)
John Coppola - Trumpet
Earl Cornwell - Violin
Phil Davidson - Violin
Maynard Ferguson - Trumpet
Bob Fitzpatrick - Trombone
Stan Fletcher - Tuba
Bob Gioga - Clarinet (Bass), Sax (Baritone)
John Graas - French Horn
Robert F. Graettinger - Composer
Barton Gray - Violin
Eric Hamilton - Photography
John Howell - Trumpet
Paul Israel - Viola
Gabe Jellen - Cello
Ted Kendall - Digital Remastering
Dick Kenney - Trombone
Stan Kenton - Arranger, Composer, Director, Piano, Primary Artist
Maurice Koukel - Violin
Alex Law - Concert Master, Violin
Abe Luboff - Bass
Shelly Manne - Percussion
Franklyn Marks - Composer
Seb Mercurio - Violin
Dwight Muma - Violin
Danny Napolitano - Violin
Lloyd Otto - French Horn
Art Pepper - Clarinet, Sax (Alto)
Cole Porter - Composer
George Price - French Horn
George Roberts - Bass, Trombone
Alastair Robertson - Producer
Shorty Rogers - Composer
Pete Rugolo - Composer
Bill Russo - Arranger, Composer, Trombone
Charlie Scarle - Violin
Bud Shank - Flute, Sax (Alto)
Aaron Shapiro - Viola
Dave Smiley - Viola
Stu Williamson - Trumpet
Ben Zimberoff - Violin