Traditional Jazz Series: The Condon Gang: Adventures in New York & Chicago Jazz
Instrumental Solo Part and CD. Published by Music Minus One (MO.MMOCD4219).
Item Number: MO.MMOCD4219
ISBN 1596156228. Soloist: Anita Thomas, tenor saxophone; Ensemble: Hal Smith's Rhythmakers: Bobby Gordon, clarinet; Chris Tyle, trumpet; Clint Baker, trombone; Ray Skjelbred, piano; Katie Cavera, guitar; Marty Eggers, bass; Hal Smith, leader and drums.
From the 1920s to the 1950s, the great Eddie Condon and his band created a truly unique style of traditional jazz, characterized by a succession of instrumental solos and abrupt transitions of dynamics; the result was one which reverberates to this day in the world of jazz music. Now you can participate in this incredible style and the sophisticated music of the Condon Gang with this fabulous all-digital MMO release. Includes a stellar lineup of professionals giving you guidance and a fabulous ensemble with which to perform!
Contains a custom-engraved music score featuring the solo instrumental line with improvisational chord changes; and a concert lead sheet for each song; printed on high-quality ivory paper; and a digital stereo compact disc containing complete versions of each song, and a second compact disc featuring accompaniments minus soloist, plus -20% slow-tempo versions of five up-tempo songs.
For related items see the following item numbers: MMOCD3252, MMOCD3845, MMOCD3923, MMOCD5008, MMOCD6014
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