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Adeste Fideles - arr. Rich DeRosa Adeste Fideles - arr. Stan Kenton Angels We Have Heard on High - arr. Ralph Carmichael
   Arranged for the WDR Big Band (Germany), Richard DeRosa has written a beautiful masterpiece on this traditional Christmas favorite. Scored as a brass and horn chorale, this moving piece is filled with fluid cantabile lines, engaging counterpoint, lush harmonies and gorgeous ensemble climaxes.  The 1961 Capitol Records recording of Christmas music was a smash hit for Kenton. The 1961 Capitol Records recording of Christmas music was a smash hit for Kenton.
Angels We Have Heard On High - arr. Rich DeRosa Carol of the Bells (Edited) - arr. Rich DeRosa / Bob Curnow Carol of the Bells (Pro) - arr. Rich DeRosa / Bob Curnow
 Set as a bright swing, and originally arranged for the WDR Big Band (Germany), Richard DeRosa's arrangement of the traditional Christmas carol "Angels We Have Heard On High" is an adventure from beginning to end!  This magnificent scoring of "Carol of the Bells" by Rich DeRosa (professor of composition/arranging at University of North Texas) was part of a long overture originally commissioned by the WDR Big Band, Germany.  This magnificent scoring of "Carol of the Bells" by Rich DeRosa (professor of composition/arranging at University of North Texas) was part of a long overture originally commissioned by the WDR Big Band, Germany.
Deck the Halls with Jingle Bells - Richard DeRosa First Noel, The - arr. Bob Curnow Go, Tell It on The Mountain - arr. Ted Wilson
It would be difficult to find a more perfect holiday concert opener than this new arrangement by Rich DeRosa.  Curnow has adapted the amazing vocal arrangements of David Maddux for the jazz ensemble.  A medium latin groove setting for a marvelous trombone solo on the melody.
God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen - arr. Ralph Carmichael God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen - arr. Rich DeRosa God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen - arr. Ted Wilson
The 1961 Capitol Records recording of Christmas music was a smash hit for Kenton. DeRosa’s delightful, contemporary setting on “God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen” has a moderate samba feel and features the soprano saxophone throughout.  A loping, swinging version, featuring alto saxophone throughout.
Good King Wenceslas - arr. Ralph Carmichael Good King Wenceslas - arr. Ted Wilson Hark, the Herald Angels Sing - arr. Rich DeRosa
The 1961 Capitol Records recording of Christmas music was a smash hit for Kenton.  A wonderfully fresh and inventive funk chart (Yup!).   "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing" is a light, happy, easy-swing chart that is playable by most any band.
Holly and the Ivy, The - arr. Ralph Carmichael Joy to the World - arr. Rich DeRosa Lo, How A Rose E'er Blooming - arr. Bob Curnow
The 1961 Capitol Records recording of Christmas music was a smash hit for Kenton.   This traditional tune in a zydeco feel and provides an entertaining journey from beginning to end. Focusing entirely on the ensemble, there is no improvisation in this piece.  With a nod to the wonderful David Maddux arrangement written for First Call, Bob has created a gorgeous version for big band.
O Holy Night - arr. Ralph Carmichael O, Tannenbaum - arr. Ralph Carmichael Once In Royal David's City - arr. Ralph Carmichael
 The 1961 Capitol Records recording of Christmas music was a smash hit for Kenton.  The 1961 Capitol Records recording of Christmas music was a smash hit for Kenton.  The 1961 Capitol Records recording of Christmas music was a smash hit for Kenton.
Silent Night - arr. Bob Curnow Silent Night - arr. Ted Wilson Twelve Days of Christmas, The - arr. Ralph Carmichael
 Curnow has adapted the amazing vocal arrangements of David Maddux for the jazz ensemble.  This is a very hip, slow, 3/4 version, with lush, warm voicings. The 1961 Capitol Records recording of Christmas music was a smash hit for Kenton.
We Three Kings - arr. Ralph Carmichael What Child Is This? - arr. Richard DeRosa
The 1961 Capitol Records recording of Christmas music was a smash hit for Kenton. Rich DeRosa continues to amaze us with his clever arrangements of traditional Christmas songs. This time, he has incorporated this Christmas favorite with a Wayne Shorter style/ feel, and the result is nothing short of spectacular!