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Haiku

Haiku by Don Ellis buy album

Don Ellis

Label: Promising Music/MPS
Released: 2010
Views: 1,500

Track Listing

Children; Blossoming; Water Jewel; Cherry Petals; Forest; Summer Rain; Two Autumns; Mirror Pond of Stars; Parting; Dew.

Personnel

Don Ellis
Don Ellis

trumpet

Additional Personnel / Information

Don Ellis: trumpet; Milcho Leviev: keyboards; Larry Carlton: guitar (2, 7); David Cohen: guitar (1, 3, 6, 8); Tommy Tedesco: guitar (4, 9, 10); Ray Brown: bass; John Guerin: drums; Israel Baker: violin; Erno Neufeld: violin; Jacob Krachmalnik: violin; George Kast: violin; George Berres: violin; Gerald Vinci: violin; Shirley Cornell: violin; Marcia van Dyck: violin; Marvin Limonick: violin; Samuel Voghossian: viola (1-3, 5-8); Alfred Barr: viola (1-3, 5-8); Dan Neufeld: viola (1-3, 5-8); Allan Harshman: viola (4, 9, 10); David Schwarz: viola (4, 9, 10); Myra Kestenbaum: viola (4, 9, 10); Raphael Kramer: cello; Frederick Seykora: cello; Ronald Cooper: cello; Catherine Gotthofer: cello. The String Quartet: Israel Baker (violin), Erno Neufeld (violin), Allan Harshman (viola), Raphael Kramer (cello).


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