HUJE '05

HUJE '05 by Howard University Jazz Ensemble
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Howard University Jazz Ensemble

Label: HUJE
Released: 2006
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Track Listing

Hit the Road Jack; His Eye Is on the Sparrow; How High the Moon; On a Misty Night;


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Fred Irby III: director; Steven Thomas, Kieron Cavel Irvine, Joseph Teachey, Michael Archey, Marlon Winder, Columbus Wynn: trumpet, flugelhorn; Brent Birckhead, Randolph Woods Jr., Angela Everett: alto sax; Joseph Bernard Whitney III, James Lewis: tenor sax; Kimberly Taylor: baritone sax; Paul Phifer, Seth Rees, Mark Williams, Reginald Cyntje: trombone; Eric Perkins: bass trombone; Milton Pace: piano; James Rodney Richardson: guitar; Eric Wheeler: bass; Carroll Dashiell III, Russell Carter Jr.: drums. Afro Blue is Connaitre Miller: director; Danielle Withers, Kelley Pleasant: soprano; Jessica Chambliss, Faith Jordan: alto; Kevin Owens, Carlton Hicks: tenor; Jonathan Williams: tenor/baritone; Gregory Watkins: baritone; Brian Lawson: bass.


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