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Sun December 8, 2013
SRJO Presents Take Five: Remembering Dave Brubeck
The Dave Brubeck Quartet was one of the primary groups moving jazz from the dance hall to the concert hall in the 50s. The cooler, more intellectual style of music found great success on college campuses and music departments (which previously discouraged it) started adding jazz to the curriculum.
The Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, co-directed by Clarence Acox and Michael Brockman recently presented a concert of big-band arrangements of music by Dave Brubeck and Paul Desmond and highlights from that concert can be heard in this episode of Jazz Northwest.
- In Your Own Sweet Way
- Three to Get Ready
- Take Five
- A Paul Desmond tribute medley featuring all five saxophonists from the SRJO
- Blue Rondo a la Turk
- The Duke
- Theme from Mr.Broadway
- Plus an encore tribute to the late Frank Wess
The Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra's next performance will be the 25th annual presentation of Duke Ellington's Sacred Music Concert at Town Hall on December 28.
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