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University Of Illinois Concert Band - Sounds Of Krannert, 1969 (Record # 52) flac album

University Of Illinois Concert Band - Sounds Of Krannert, 1969 (Record # 52) flac album
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Sounds Of Krannert, 1969 (Record # 52)
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University Of Illinois Concert Band
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1906 mb
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University of Illinois School of Music University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. College of Fine + Applied Arts. Procedures and rates for Students and Faculty to record in the Great Hall or other Krannert Space. A recording space can be reserved by contacting Andrew Almeter, Events Coordinator at aalmeternois. The piano has to be reserved separately and a tuning has to be arranged for by the recording artist by contacting John Minor at jminor58ast. The name of the recording engineer.

University of Illinois Concert Jazz Band Chip McNeill, director Livia Nestrovski, guest vocalist. A Co-presentation of Krannert Center, the Leman Institute for Brazilian Studies, and the School of Music.

University of Illinois Bands. Typically replies within a day. Contact University of Illinois Bands on Messenger. University of Illinois Marching Illini.

Album · 2004 · 10 Songs. Symphonie - Mathis der Maler: I. Angelic Concert. 7. Symphonie - Mathis der Maler: II. Entombment.

Taped for broadcast at the University of Illinois at Champaign, it was mentioned in an Eric Dolphy Internet chat room and eventually relayed to producer Michael Cuscuna. The sound is very good, except for overly prominent drums throughout the concert and an under-miked flute on "South Street Exit. He switches to alto sax for an adventurous new work, "Iron Man" (which he would record a few months later for Douglas International), also inserting a hilarious quote of "Comin' Through the Ry. A 23-year-old Herbie Hancock on piano, Eddie Locke on bass, and drummer J. C. Moses make up the solid rhythm section.

The University of Illinois’ Krannert Center for the Performing Arts in Urbana first opened in April 1969, and was designed by architect Max Abramovitz, who's known for his work on the David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center in New York, among other famous buildings. Courtesy of Krannert Center for the Performing Arts). In 1969, a new performing arts center came on the scene in the . At the time, New York Times critic Donal Henahan described the Krannert Center for Performing Arts in Urbana, Illinois, as "one of the most ingeniously worked out art complexes anywhere.

Krannert Center's Concert History. Concert Archives users saw 4 concerts at Krannert Center.

In Concert With The University Of Illinois Concert Band - The Begian Years, Vol. VI. Released by Soundset Jan 1996 6 Tracks.

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A1 Variations And Fugue
Composed By – Giannini*
A2 Symphony No. 5 Finale
Composed By – Shostakovich*
A3 University Of Illinois March
Composed By – Sousa*
B1 Espana Rhapsody
Composed By – Chabrier*
B2 Pavane
Composed By – Ravel*
B3 Cole Porter, A Symphonic Portrait
Composed By – Porter*, Robinson*
B4 The Stars And Stripes Forever
Composed By – Sousa*

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Columbia Recording Studios, Chicago

Credits

  • Conductor – Mark Hindsley

Notes

University Of Illinois Concert Band Record # 52

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): XCSV142353-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): XCSV142354-1B