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Beauty And The Beast feat. Bill Evans

Beauty And The Beast feat. Bill Evans by The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra buy album

The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra

Label: Spartacus Records
Released: 2016
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Part 1 [6:15] Part 2 [9:24] Part 3 [9:35] Part 4 [8:12] Part 5 [3:40] Part 6 [5:29] Part 7 [9:41]

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Music composed & orchestrated by Tommy Smith Commissioned by the SNJO with support from Creative Scotland Mixed and mastered by Jan Erik Kongshaug Rainbow Studios, Oslo, Oct 2015 Recorded by Mark McKellen Caird Hall, Dundee, 22 May 2011 Cover Art by Bill Evans Orchestra Manager Lindsay Robertson Photography by Colin Robertson Design by Nadworks Produced by Tommy Smith Bill Evans - Soprano & Tenor Saxophone REEDS Martin Kershaw (Alto) Paul Towndrow (Alto) Tommy Smith (Tenor) Konrad Wiszniewski (Tenor) Bill Fleming (Baritone) TRUMPETS Ryan Quigley Ewan Mains Tom MacNiven Lorne Cowieson TROMBONES Chris Greive Kevin Garrity Michael Owers Lorna McDonald TUBA Andy McKreel RHYTHM SECTION Steve Hamilton (Piano) Kevin Glasgow (Electric Bass) Alyn Cosker (Drums)


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