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Full Concert: Birth of the American Orchestra - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra w/ Wynton Marsalis

From the Vault: Birth of the American Orchestra
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
Rose Theater
January 9, 2015

1:15 - The Boy in the Boat (Composer: Charlie Johnson)
7:22 - Copenhagen (Comp.: Charlie Davis and Walter Melrose)
12:13 - The Mooche (Comp.: Duke Ellington and Irving Mills)
19:11 - Do Something (Comp.: Bud Green and Sammy Stept)
25:15 - Cherry (Comp.: Don Redman)
30:29 - I'd Love It (Comp.: Don Redman and Will Hudson)
37:10 - Slow River (Comp.: Charles Schwab and Henry Myers)
40:45 - My Pretty Girl (Comp.: Charles Fulcher)
46:38 - New Orleans (Comp.: Hoagy Carmichael; Arr.: Eddie Durham)
52:06 - Old Man Blues (Comp.: Duke Ellington and Irving Mills)
1:03:31 - I Got Rhythm (Comp.: George Gershwin)
1:09:17 - Chant of the Weed (Comp.: Don Redman)
1:14:27 - Down South Camp Meetin' (Comp.: Fletcher Henderson and Irving Mills)
1:19:16 - Sometimes I'm Happy (Comp.: Vincent Youmans; Arr.: Fletcher Henderson)
1:24:26 - King Porter Stomp (Comp.: Jelly Roll Morton; Arr.: Fletcher Henderson)
1:29:15 - All of Me (Comp.: Gerald Marks and Seymour Simons)
1:35:08 - Conga Brava (Comp.: Duke Ellington and Juan Tizol)
1:40:15 - Blue and Sentimental (Comp.: William "Count" Basie, Jerry Livingston, and Mack David)
1:44:58 - Things to Come (Comp.: Dizzy Gillespie)

In this performance, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis explores its big band roots. Partly inspired by Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Managing \u0026 Artistic Director Wynton Marsalis’s Harvard University lecture “Setting the Communal Table: The Evolution of the Jazz Orchestra,” this show explores the development of the American orchestra through the syncopated dance beats of New Orleans, innovative ensemble virtuosity, and the monumentality of swing and the blues.

Bebop pioneer Dizzy Gillespie once told Marsalis something that would forever change his perception of big bands: "One should not consider it an achievement to lose one's orchestral tradition." At the forefront of this celebration are Don Redman, Fletcher Henderson, Bill Challis, Duke Ellington, Benny Carter, Eddie Durham, Chico O’Farrill, and Gil Fuller. These jazz architects, along with Gillespie’s profound mantra, are the foundation of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra—an orchestra with an astonishing concentration of immensely talented musicians.

Personnel
REEDS
Sherman Irby – alto \u0026 soprano saxophone, flute, piccolo, Bb clarinet
Ted Nash – alto \u0026 tenor saxophones, flute, alto flute, piccolo, Bb clarinet
Dan Block – tenor saxophone, Bb \u0026 Eb clarinets
Walter Blanding – tenor \u0026 soprano saxophone, Bb clarinet
Paul Nedzela – baritone \u0026 alto saxophone, bass clarinet

TRUMPETS
Ryan Kisor
Kenny Rampton
Marcus Printup
Wynton Marsalis

TROMBONES
Vincent Gardner
Elliot Mason
Chris Crenshaw

RHYTHM
James Chirillo – guitar
Dan Nimmer – piano
Carlos Henriquez – bass
Ali Jackson – drums

LIVE CONCERT TEAM
Cat Henry - Vice President, Concerts and Touring
Eric D. Wright - Director, Concerts and Touring Operations
Justin Bias - Concert Producer
Sarah Peterson - Production Manager
Zak Al-Alami - Lighting Director
David Robinson - FOH Sound Engineer
Billy Banks - Stage Manager
Terry Hampton - Assistant Stage Manager
Greg McCrossan - Artist Assistant
Kay Wolff, Christi English - Music Administration
Jason Olaine - Director, Programming and Touring
Georgina Javor - Assistant Director, Programming

WEBCAST TEAM
Len Riggio - Executive Producer
Justin Bias - Producer
James Sapione - Director
James P. Nichols - Mix and Engineering
Rob Macomber - Chief Engineer
Andrew Trost, Hiram Becker - Camera Operators
Brandon Smith - Webcast Assistant

JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER
Wynton Marsalis - Artistic Director
Bob Appel - Chairman
Greg Scholl - Executive Director

OFFICE OF WYNTON MARSALIS
Edward C. Arrendell II - President
Edith Bolton - Vice President Of Administration

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To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org

Full Concert: The Music of Puente, Machito, and Henriquez — Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra

From the Vault: The Music of Puente, Machito, and Henriquez
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra
Rose Theater
June 12, 2015

3:43 - Babarabatibiri (Composer: Antar Daly; Orchestration: Jose Madera)
10:33 - Llego Mijan (Comp.: Tito Puente; Orch.: Jose Madera)
18:13 - Mambo Sentimental (Comp.: Emilio D’drui Yatasto ; Orch.: Jose Medera)
28:00 - Bronx Pyramid (Comp/Arr.: Carlos Henriquez)
35:12 - Agua Limpia Todo (Comp.: Franciso Aguabella; Orch.: Jose Madera)
45:59 - 2/3’s Adventure (Comp/Arr.: Carlos Henriquez)
1:00:20 - Yambeque (Comp.: Tito Puente; Orch.: Jose Madera)
1:07:53 - Que Sera Mi Chica (Comp.: Tito Puente; Orch.: Jose Madera)
1:20:49 - Cuando Te Fuistes De Mi (Comp.: Bobby Manrique; Orch.: Jose Madera)
1:26:30 - Bongo Fiesta (Comp.: Gil Fuller, Machito; Orch.: Jose Madera)
1:33:35 - Kiko’s Blues (Comp./Arr.: Carlos Henriquez)
1:43:57 - Keeping The Story Alive (Comp./Arr.: Carlos Henriquez)
1:51:49 - Abaniquito (Comp.: Tito Puente; Orch.: Jose Madera)

Elements of Latin music can be heard in some of the earliest jazz, a tendency Jelly Roll Morton referred to as the “Spanish Tinge.” In this performance, music director and bassist Carlos Henriquez and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra explore Latin jazz through the music of Afro-Cuban forefather Machito and "Mambo King" Tito Puente.

Hailing from the Bronx, New York, Henriquez finds inspiration in his home borough, a historical haven for Latin culture and creativity. A longtime member of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, the versatile Henriquez has shared stages with Tito Puente, Celia Cruz, Eddie Palmieri, Ruben Blades, Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton, Bobby Cruz, and a host of greats from various genres. One of the most gifted inheritors of the breadth of what has become Latin jazz, Henriquez will also debut his own compositions, rightly affirming, “[The] melting pot is still brewing for more innovation."

PERSONNEL:
REEDS
Sherman Irby - alto \u0026 soprano saxophones, flute, piccolo, Bb clarinet
Ted Nash - alto \u0026 tenor saxophones, flute, alto flute, piccolo, Bb clarinet
Victor Goines - tenor saxophone, Bb \u0026 Eb clarinets
Walter Blanding - tenor and soprano saxophones, Bb clarinet
Paul Nedzela - baritone \u0026 alto saxophones, bass clarinet

TRUMPETS
Ryan Kisor
Kenny Rampton
Marcus Printup
Pete Nater

TROMBONES
Vincent Gardner
Chris Crenshaw
Elliot Mason

RHYTHM SECTION
Dan Nimmer - piano
Carlos Henriquez - bass
Ali Jackson - drums

FEATURING
Johnny Rodriguez - percussion
Jose Madera Jr. - percussion
George Delgado - percussion
Marco Bermudez - vocals
Nilsa Rodriguez - vocals

LIVE CONCERT TEAM
Cat Henry - Vice President, Concerts and Touring
Eric Wright - Senior Producer
Justin Bias - Concert Producer
Nate Terracio - Production Manager
Zak Al-Alami - Lighting Director
David Robinson - FOH Sound Engineer
Billy Banks - Stage Manager
Terry Hampton - Assistant Stage Manager
Greg McCrossan - Artist Assistant
Kay Wolff, Christi English - Music Administration
Jason Olaine - Director, Programming and Touring
Georgina Javor - Assistant Director, Programming

WEBCAST TEAM
Len Riggio - Executive Producer
Justin Bias - Producer
James Sapione - Director
James P. Nichols - Mix and Engineering
Rob Macomber - Chief Engineer/ Mix and Engineering
Hiram Becker, Andrew Trost - Camera Operator
Brandon Smith - Webcast Assistant

JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER
Wynton Marsalis - Artistic Director
Bob Appel - Chairman
Greg Scholl - Executive Director

OFFICE OF WYNTON MARSALIS
Edward C. Arrendell II - President
Edith Bolton - Vice President Of Administration

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To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org

THE LIFE AND MUSIC OF DAVE BRUBECK - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

The Life and Music of Dave Brubeck
April 12, 2014
Rose Theater

The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis explores Brubeck's extraordinary legacy with fresh arrangements that illuminate the breadth and scope of his work. Brubeck is credited with bringing jazz to the mainstream in the 1950s and 60s and releasing the first jazz album to sell over a million copies.

2:14 Unsquare Dance
7:42 Three to Get Ready
12:47 The Duke
18:43 Cassandra
25:40 Strange Meadowlark
32:01 Who Will Take Care of Me?
36:45 It's a Raggy Waltz
43:16 Tokyo Traffic
51:07 Take Five
57:18 Lost Waltz
1:04:50 Upstage Rhumba
1:12:31 In Your Own Sweet Way
1:18:06 Fast Life
1:25:33 Bluette
1:31:50 Blue Rondo a la Turk

Executive Producer: Len Riggio

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To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org

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