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UNC Vocal Jazz Ensembles: Hot XII: Dancing Particles

Song NameArranger
Dancing ParticlesRandy Censhaw
I'm Beginning to See the LightConnaitre Miller
ShenandoahSteve Prosser
Chili Con Carne
There'll Never Be Another YouAnders Jalkeus
Soul With a Capital"S"Allen Carter
My Favorite ThingsRandy Censhaw
For the Beauty of the EarthBrad Rees
Seven DaysMatthew Selby
I've Got Just About EverythingMatthew Selby
You Don't Know What Love isRobin Connell

Directed by Gene Aitken

The University of North Colorado in Greeley's choice of renowned educator and clinician Gene Aitken as Director of their Jazz Studies Program was a very, very good move, leading to an unprecedented Grammy nomination and more Down Beat magazine awards and National Endowment for the Arts grants than any other institution. Featured here are his 3-man, 2-woman Axidentals, performing here with some jazz ensemble accompaniment on P. Winter's title tune (arranged by Randy Crenshaw), "Soul With a Capital "S," and Rodgers & Hammerstein's "My Favorite Things;" but also a cappella on the traditional "Shenandoah," Anders Edenroth's "Chile Con Carne" and the scattish "There'll Never Be Another You." Two man, 3 woman a cappella jazz ensemble Et Cetera's "For the Beauty of the Earth," which soars into surprising directions, and a cover of Sting's "Seven Days" follow. All woman jazz quartet Sus 4 close with B. Dorough's upbeat, accompanied "I've Got Just About Everything" and the moody, a cappella "You Don't Know What Love Is." "Hot XII" is everything we've come to expect fro the UNC Jazz Studies Program, top-quality, well-chosen, beautifully performed and directed, Collegiate Jazz!

Item code: 7641C | 1 CD | $14.95 |add item to cart
Vocal Jazz | Primarily a cappella | Mixed
1950

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