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Alone - arr. Bob Curnow Country Boy, A - arr. Bill Holman Diva - Fred Sturm
Alone - arr. Bob Curnow
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Diva - Fred Sturm
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 The Stan Kenton Orchestra was always ahead of its time! This chart was based on the music of Blood Sweat and Tears.  Sierra continues to find the lost treasures from Maynard Ferguson's Birdland Dream Band Library.  Fred Sturm brings us another fresh, innovative arrangement.
Dream of the Return - Pat Metheny / arr. Curnow Frank Speaking - Bill Russo Get Out of Town - arr. Johnny Richards
Frank Speaking - Bill Russo
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 This ballad is almost spiritual in its effect!! A trombone feature, the melody soars throughout.  The Stan Kenton Orchestra was always an ideal showcase for the outstanding soloists within its ranks.  Johnny Richards at his best! A very playable chart without a lot of range concerns for brass.
Guy Noir's Brother - Les Hooper I'll Be Around - arr. Bill Holman Ill Wind - arr. Bill Mathieu
Ill Wind - arr. Bill Mathieu
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 What a great , fun-filled piece this is! Les has created a mythical character (in this case, the lead trombone player) who runs through a number of "musician jokes" while referring to his "brother.  Boy, you talk about a wonderful Trombone Feature .  Bill Mathieu's arrangements, done for the Stan Kenton Orchestra were some of the most beautiful pieces ever recorded by that band.
Interlude - Pete Rugolo It's Just Talk - Pat Metheny / arr. Curnow My Foolish Heart - arr. Bob Curnow
Interlude - Pete Rugolo
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Recorded in 1947 and included in the Milestones LP, this piece is a gorgeous melody (one of Pete's best known).  A BEST SELLER!!! Metheny's tunes and rhythmic feels are perfect for Big-Band settings.  My Foolish Heart is an arrangement of one of the most popular melodies ever written.
Polka Dots and Moonbeams - arr. Bill Holman Sail to the Moon - Radiohead / arr. Omar Thomas Stella By Starlight - arr. Johnny Richards
 Arranged by Holman for Carl Fontana with the Stan Kenton Orchestra in the mid 50's.  This arrangement continues the Radiohead Jazz Project and adds another wonderful talent to the list of outstanding RJP writers.  This is the bass trombone solo, as recorded (The Kenton Era) by George Roberts with the Stan Kenton Orchestra.
Sunset Glow - Benny Carter Tag Team - arr. Bob Curnow Walkin' By the River - arr. Joe Coccia
Sunset Glow - Benny Carter
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Tag Team - arr. Bob Curnow
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 As originally recorded by Count Basie on the Roulette LP (Vogue CD) "Kansas City Suite - the Music of Benny Carter",  this is a beautiful ballad, written to feature trombone throughout.  Written for and recorded by the Maynard Ferguson Birdland Dream Band, this chart by Willie Maiden is uncharacteristically easy to play for the band due to very reasonable brass ranges.  Joe Coccia added a lot of wonderful music to the Stan Kenton Library.
Wave - arr. John LaBarbera Yesterdays - arr. Johnny Richards You - Pat Metheny / arr. Curnow
Wave - arr. John LaBarbera
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 Buddy Rich played this chart constantly! Features a great bass trombone solo on the tune.   Originally arranged for George Roberts and the Stan Kenton Orchestra, Johnny Richards' treatment of the beautiful ballad "Yesterdays" is a bass trombone feature throughout.  You was originally recorded by the Pat Metheny Group on the CD Speaking of Now.