Jazz Ensemble [sound recording] 2009.

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UNCSA Jazz Ensemble. Jazz Ensemble [sound recording]

Jazz Ensemble [sound recording] 2009.

Life of the party / Bob Mintzer -- Hunting Wabbits / Gordon Goodwin -- But beautiful / J. Van Heusen/J. Burke ; arr. Lennie Niehaus -- Miles behind / Clare Fischer -- Powder keg / Jeff Jarvis -- Hoe down / Oliver Nelson -- Naima / John Coltrane ; arr. Manny Mendelson -- The Duke / Dave Brubeck ; arr. Peter Herbolzheimer -- Momcat mambo / Michael Philip Mossman -- La fiesta / Chick Corea ; arr. Tony Klata -- Encore. St. Louis blues / W.C. Handy

1 sound disc (83:51) : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.

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