The North Texas State University 1:00 O'Clock Lab Band - Jazz At Spoleto '77 download mp3 album
Soloist, Flugelhorn – Tom GauseSoloist, Soprano Saxophone – Dan HigginsWritten-By – Alf Clausen. Written-By – Benny Davis, Joe Burke (3). 1:10.
This Big Band and tribute to Kenton is simply brilliant
This album is titled " lab! " by THE . LAB BANDS (North Texas State University). The cover reads ' Annual Fall Concert/North Texas Lab Bands/ Leon Breeden, Director November 25, 1969 in the North Texas Auditorium, Denton, Texas". I THINK THIS IS THEIR FIRST RELEASE; Please correct me if I'm wrong. The Personnel on this LP are from the 1:00 O'Clock Lab Band, 2:00 O'Clock Lab Band, 3:00 o 'Clock Lab Band, 4:00 o 'Clock Lab Band, 5:00 o 'Clock Lab Band, 6:00 o 'Clock Lab Band and the 7:00 o 'Clock Lab Band.
In 1942, M. E. Hall, a North Texas graduate music student, was asked to teach dance band arranging to two students. Wilfred Bain, dean of the School of Music, asked Hall to write his master's thesis on a proposed curriculum for a dance band major. That thesis became the basis for the UNT jazz degree curriculum. Hall left the school in 1944 after receiving his master of music degree, but returned in 1947 at the request of the newly-named music dean, Walter H. Hodgson, to institute a degree program in dance band. Jay Saunders took over as director of the Two O'Clock Lab Band after Jim Riggs's retirement after the 2007-2008 academic year, and directed it through the 2013-2014 academic year. Jay Saunders served as interim director of the One O'Clock Lab Band for the 2014-2015 and 2016-2016 academic years. Alan Baylock begins as One O'Clock Lab Band Director in Fall 2016.
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One O’Clock Lab Band concerts feature the Stan Kenton and Maynard Ferguson libraries (both housed exclusively at North Texas), original compositions by Grammy-nominated composers Neil Slater and Steve Wiest, jazz faculty member Rich DeRosa, and the wealth of compositions and arrangements in the UNT jazz library written by current and former North Texas students. Thanks to snobb for the addition. THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS LAB BANDS Online Videos. Jazz At Spoleto '77 Big Band 1977. European Tour '82 Big Band 1982.
Established in 1899 as the Southwest Texas State Normal School, it opened in 1903 to 303 students. Since that time it has grown into the largest institution in the Texas State University System and the fifth-largest university in the state of Texas with an enrollment of over 38,000 students for the 2017 fall semester. It has ten colleges and about fifty schools and departments.
Lab Band Madness is greatness! The most inspiring concert for any musician. At undergraduate commencement at the UNT College of Music, it's our tradition to have a jazz arrangement of Pomp & Circumstance for the recessional. This year's arrangement is by Alan Baylock. 164. 11. The UNT Latin Jazz Lab, directed by José Aponte, is playing now at the Syndicate.
United States - Texas. Other Genres You Will Love. Jazz: Modern Big Band Jazz: Big Band Moods: Type: Instrumental. Legacy-Neil Slater at North Texas is the newest release by the North Texas Jazz record label at the University of North Texas College of Music. The 4-CD boxed set contains the complete recordings of all compositions and arrangements by Grammy-nominated composer Neil Slater written for and recorded by the UNT One O'Clock Lab Band, plus a Grammy-nominated tribute piece composed by Rich DeRosa, 38 tracks in all. A 160-page book is included as part of the boxed set, featuring hundreds of photos and notes by band members, colleagues and friends.
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Hosted By – Bill Moore
Soloist, Tenor Saxophone – Jay FortWritten-By – Don Menza
Arranged By – Claus OgermanSoloist, Trombone – Urbie GreenWritten-By – Antonio Carlos Jobim
|A3||Samba Du Bois
Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Phil WoodsWritten-By – Phil Woods
|A4||Intimacy Of The Blues
Arranged By – Tommy NewsomSoloist, Alto Saxophone – Dan HigginsSoloist, Drums – Louie Bellson*Soloist, Guitar – James ChirilloSoloist, Piano – Wayne FeschukSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – James Fort*Soloist, Trumpet – Tom GauseWritten-By – Billy Strayhorn, Duke Ellington
Soloist, Flugelhorn – Tom GauseSoloist, Soprano Saxophone – Dan HigginsWritten-By – Alf Clausen
Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Dan HigginsSoloist, Flugelhorn – Jim PowellWritten-By – Hank Levy
Written-By [Excerpt Of Medley By] – Neal Hefti
Soloist, Alto Saxophone – Dan HigginsSoloist, Trumpet – Johnny Helms Written-By – Clifford Brown
|B5||The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
Arranged By – Dave WolpeSoloist, Clarinet – Leon BreedenSoloist, Drums – Gene GloverSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Steve SpencerWritten-By – Ernest Seitz
Written-By – Benny Davis, Joe Burke
Arranged By – Bob BeldenWritten-By – Cecil Mack, Jimmy Johnson*
- Bass – Bruce Lett
- Coordinator [Production] – Jacque Osteen
- Directed By – Leon Breeden
- Drums – Gene Glover
- Engineer [Recording] – Rich Mays*
- Executive-Producer – Bill Moore
- Guitar – James Chirillo
- Liner Notes – Bill Moore , Joe Martin
- Percussion – Robert Landis
- Piano – Wayne Feschuk
- Producer – Joe Martin
- Saxophone, Woodwind – Brad Gregory , James Fort*, Mark Henderson, Steve Spencer
- Saxophone, Woodwind [Lead] – Dan Higgins
- Trombone – David Bowman , George Moran, Randy Zimmerman, Robert Allen
- Trombone [Lead] – Keith Adkins
- Trumpet – Doug Coltman, Jim Powell, Ron Bergan, Tom Gause
- Trumpet [Lead] – Bill Collins