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The Romeo and Juliet Project

The Romeo and Juliet Project by Dana Landry buy album

Dana Landry

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
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Track Listing

The Feud; Montague Crest; This Kiss; Union; Fortune’s Fool; Romeo / Paris; Juliet; Romeo and Juliet: Death Scene; Epilogue.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Dana Landry: music director, conductor; Erik Applegate, David Caffey, Mike Conrad, Chuck Dotas, John Hollenbeck, Steve Kovalcheck, Steve Owen, Omar Thomas: composers, arrangers; Miles Roth: trumpet, flugelhorn; Chris Navarrete: trumpet, flugelhorn; Derek Watson: trumpet, flugelhorn; David Moore: trumpet, flugelhorn; Alec Bell: trumpet, flugelhorn; Adam Blakey: alto, soprano sax, flute; Chang Shu: alto, soprano sax; Briana Harris: alto, soprano sax; Joel Harris: tenor, soprano, baritone sax; Darrel Watson: tenor, soprano sax; Alyson Agemy: baritone sax, bass clarinet; Claire Hegstrom: flute; Kwami Barnett: clarinet; Andy Kropp: clarinet; Mike Conrad: trombone; Edward Wellman III: trombone; Copland Rose: trombone; John Mathews: bass trombone; Matt Landon: guitar; Tom Amend: piano; Braun Khan: bass; Brian Claxton: drums. Special guests – Greg Gisbert: trumpet; Kenyon Brenner: tenor saxophone; Julia Dollison: voice.


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