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Peter and the Wolf

Peter and the Wolf by The New England Jazz Ensemble buy album

The New England Jazz Ensemble

Label: Self-Produced
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

Introduction; Peter and the Wolf; Serge's Birds; Power Serge; Waltzin' with wolves; Wolves.

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Giacomo Gates: Narrator and "Jazzbretto" author (1,2); John Mastroianni: soprano sax and "Chirp" soloist, alto sax, flute, clarinet; Bob DePalma: alto sax, flute, clarinet; Michael Levanthal: tenor sax, clarinet, tenor sax soloist; Larry Dvorin: tenor sax, clarinet; Lisa LaDone: baritone sax, bass clarinet, "Cat" soloist; Jeff Holmes: trumpet and "Quacker" soloist, piccolo trumpet, flugelhorn; Steven Fitzko: trumpet, Harmon soloist, flugelhorn; Donald Clough: trumpet, flugelhorn; Hak Zorn: trumpet, flugelhorn (1,2); Tim Atherton: trombone and "Wolf"; Peter McEachern: trombone and "Wolf"; Ben Griffin: trombone and "Wolf" (1,2); David Sporny: trombone (3,4,5,6); David Wampler: trombone and "Wolf"; Walter Gwardyak: piano, accordion; Steve Bulmer: upright bass, electric bass and "Grandfather" soloist; Jon Mele: drums and "The Hunters" soloist.


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