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Koonse / La Barbera / Warrington / Jenkins / Cunliffe: Snowfall: A Jazz Compass Christmas Celebration

Read "Snowfall: A Jazz Compass Christmas Celebration" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Jazz Christmas recitals are tricky affairs and nominally follow a bell distribution when considering the variables of combo size compared to the arrangement expertise necessary to render a quality performance. Solo and duet formats offer the most freedom and exposure in performance, requiring only simpatico from those involved in the arrangement. The middle-sized combos (trios, quartets, ...

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Koonse / La Barbera / Warrington / Jenkins / Cunliffe: Snowfall: A Jazz Compass Christmas Celebration

Read "Snowfall: A Jazz Compass Christmas Celebration" reviewed by Jim Santella

The holidays provide a chance for everyone to sit back, relax, and enjoy something different. It's not like the rest of the year, where we're pulled and pushed this way and that. Instead, the year-end holidays give us an opportunity to set things right, and we've earned it. As the song goes, “we're gonna find out ...

Snowfall: A Jazz Compass Christmas Celebration

Label: Jazz Compass
Released: 2006
Track listing: Snowfall; Sleepers Wake; I

Snowfall: A Jazz Compass Christmas Celebration

Label: Jazz Compass
Released: 2006
Track listing: Snowfall; Sleepers Wake; I'll Be Home For Christmas; Little Drummer Boy/Big Drumming Man; What Child Is This; Jolly Old St. Nicholas/Jingle Bells (Traditional); O Come, O Come Emmanuel; O Christmas Tree; We Three Kings; Silent Night.


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