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And the Third Floor Orchestra

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Steve Haines

Label: Justin Time Records
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

Here Are Our Hearts; No More; Come All You Fair and Tender Ladies; You; Harvest Moon; Mazurka Opus 17 No. 4; Patio Lanterns; What I’ve Seen; Hallelujah; Canyon Dust; If You Could Read My Mind.

Personnel

Steve Haines
Steve Haines

bass, acoustic

Additional Personnel / Information

Steve Haines: leader, bass; Kevin Geraldi: conductor; Rusty Smith: trumpet; Brandon Lee: trumpet; Chad Eby: soprano sax; Seth Frack: trombone; Cameron Macmanus: trombone; Cameron Luke: bass trombone; Justin Worley: tuba; Carmen Eby: clarinet; Anthony Taylor: clarinet; Ron Rudkin: bass clarinet; Rebecca Libera: bassoon; Abigail Pack: French horn; Tanner West: French horn; Erika Boysen: piccolo, flute; Megan Makeever: flute; Ashley Barret: oboe; Anna Lampidis: English horn; Joey Calderazzo: piano; Greg Hyslop: guitar; Andrew Beach: bass; Kobie Watkins: drums; Eric Willie: percussion; Adam Snow: percussion; Marjorie Bagley: violin; Hannah Spear: violin; Abigail Bracewell: violin; Quashawn Chadwick: violin; Tracy Viator: violin; Madeleine Klee: violin; Dwyla Pearson: violin; Wenyin Deng: violin; Scott Rawls: viola; Claire Fowler: viola; Katie Bracewell: viola; Dave Phillips: viola; Alex Ezerman: cello; Brianna Tam: cello; Bethany Uhler: cello; Miguel Zaparolli: cello; Becca Stevens: voice; Mira Eby: background voice (5).


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