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Isn’t She Lovely – Hale School Jazz Orchestra

12/15/11 – The Hale School Jazz Orchestra visits Foxborough High School. Isn’t She Lovely performed with members of the Foxborough Jazz Ensemble

Heaven (Duke Ellington)

12/15/11 – The Hale School Jazz Orchestra visits Foxborough High School. From Wikipedia: Ellington’s Second Sacred Concert premiered at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York on January 19, 1968 but no recording of this actual performance has surfaced. The Second Sacred Concert was then recorded on January 22 and February 19, 1968 at Fine Studio in New… Read more »

Four Brothers – Hale School Jazz Orchestra

12/15/11 – The Hale School Jazz Orchestra visits Foxborough High School.

Vine Street Rumble – Hale School Jazz Orchestra

12/15/11 – The Hale School Jazz Orchestra visits Foxborough High School.

Intimacy of the Blues

12/15/11 – The Hale School Jazz Orchestra visits Foxborough High School. From Wikipedia: The Intimacy of the Blues is a studio album by American pianist, composer and bandleader Duke Ellington recorded in 1967 and 1970, and released on theFantasy label in 1986. Track listing All compositions by Duke Ellington except as indicated “The Intimacy of the Blues” (Billy Strayhorn)… Read more »

Black & Tan Fantasy

12/15/11 – The Hale School Jazz Orchestra visits Foxborough High School. From Wikipedia: Black And Tan Fantasy is a 1927 jazz composition by Duke Ellington and Bubber Miley. The song was recorded several times in 1927 for the Okeh, RCA Victor and Brunswick record labels. The song was also featured in the 1929 short film Black and Tan. The Victor… Read more »

Smack Dab in the Middle

12/15/11 – The Hale School Jazz Orchestra visits Foxborough High School.

Bli Blip

12/15/11 – The Hale School Jazz Orchestra visits Foxborough High School.

OOP BOP SH’ BAM

12/15/11 – The Hale School Jazz Orchestra visits Foxborough High School. From Wikipedia: While working in the bands of Edgar Hayes and Roy Eldridge, Clarke began experimenting with moving the time-keeping role from the combination of snare drum or hi-hat and bass drum to embellished quarter notes on the ride cymbal, the familiar “ding-ding-da-ding” pattern,… Read more »