Recorded by BILL MOBLEY on BIG BAND SOUNDS OF BILL MOBLEY: MOBSCENE Vol. 2
BG / 1997
BIG BAND INSTRUMENTATION
Alto Sax 1, Soprano Sax
Alto Sax 2
Tenor Sax 1
Tenor Sax 2
Donald Brown's lovely composition, a tribute to Duke Ellington, is set in a beautiful modern arrangement by Bill Mobley. A striking, unique chart. Can be opened for solos. First alto sax doubles on soprano sax and trumpets have optional flugelhorn parts.
Fleurine Verloop Meant To Be Blue Moon 1001 (lyric version)
DONALD BROWN (b. 1954). Like his friend and fellow Memphian, James Williams, whom he replaced as pianist in Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers, Donald is a noted composer, educator and recording artist. After teaching at Berklee for 5 years, Donald moved to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Particularly active in the 1980s, his compositions, including contemporary standards like Affaire D'Amour, New York, and The Insane Asylum have been recorded by Wynton Marsalis, Art Blakey, Art Farmer, Donald Byrd, Mulgrew Miller, T.S. Monk and many others.
Arranger/trumpeter Bill Mobley has recorded with Bill Pierce, Bill Easley, Geoff Keezer, Smitty Smith, Harold Mabern (featuring Ron Carter and Jack DeJohnette) and the Memphis Convention. Bill's his own CD was recently released, and he now leads a big band in New York featuring his compositions and arrangements.
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