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All The Things You Are - arr. Stan Kenton Ballad for Benny - Oliver Nelson Here's That Rainy Day - arr. Bob Curnow
 The lush trombone section sound of the Kenton Orchestra on a gorgeous ballad.  Oliver Nelson wrote the most beautiful melodies! This is a clarinet feature (how about that?), and was recorded by Phil Woods and the Oliver Nelson's Jazz Interactions Orchestra (hear it on the Verve Jazz Masters 48 CD).  This is, unquestionably, one of the most beautiful ballads ever written.
I Hope In Time A Change Will Come (long v.) - Oliver Nelson / arr. Curnow I Hope In Time Change Will Come - Oliver Nelson Laura - arr. Lennie Niehaus
Laura - arr. Lennie Niehaus
Retail Price: $50.00
 This arrangement of "I Hope In Time a Change Will Come" came about through a desire to hear/play more than one chorus of this stunningly beautiful melody by Oliver Nelson.  As recorded on the brilliant recording "A Dream Deferred" (Flying Dutchman CYL2-1449), by the Oliver Nelson Orchestra.  As arranged for and performed by the Stan Kenton Orchestra, this is a wonderful setting that features the saxophone section and solos for trumpet and trombone.
My Foolish Heart - arr. Bob Curnow Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child - Slide Hampton Summer of '42, Theme from the - arr. Tommy Newsom
 My Foolish Heart is an arrangement of one of the most popular melodies ever written.  Finally, Slide Hampton's incredible music is in print.  This beautiful arrangement of the lovely popular Michel Legrand ballad was originally scored for the Tonight Show Band with Doc Severinsen.
The Thrill is Gone
The Thrill is Gone
Retail Price: $55.00
Henderson and Brown's "The Thrill is Gone," arranged here by Don Dimick for the UNT One O'Clock Lab Band. A strong Tenor Sax soloist can really make this piece their own. Piano is tacit throughout. This moving ballad makes for a wonderful interlude in any set.  5-5-5-2