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  2. Jun 20,  · The Eddie Kuhn Orchestra, an early Kansas City territory band, performs "Fair One" in this recording from November I believe the alto sax .
  3. Feb 25,  · While it might be hard to find now, his Kaleidoscope album from the late 's is very good. Claudio Roditi. His Slow Fire cd from the 's has some excellent flugel playing. Kenny Wheeler. Try Gnu High or Widow in the Window for starters. If you like that, you can move on to his Music for Large and Small Ensembles and Angel Song cds. Like.
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  5. Overseeing this new project was a new member of the V-Disc project, Cpl. George Simon, a music writer for Metronome magazine who had played drums for the Glenn Miller Orchestra in the 's, and who knew almost every jazz musician and band member on a first-name basis.
  6. The Bavarian State Orchestra (German: Bayerisches Staatsorchester) is the orchestra of the Bavarian State Opera in Munich, disco.aralrajassargasmoogujin.infoinfo has given its own series of concerts, the Akademiekonzerte, since Profile. On 9 December , this ensemble celebrated the th anniversary of its first concert as a full symphony orchestra, and specifically the founding (in ) of the Musikalische Principal conductor: Kirill Petrenko.
  7. Aug 06,  · From , here is a big band sound from Germany's Swing Era, which was never as vibrant as America's Swing Era, but interesting records were made in Berlin despite Nazi rule.

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