As recorded by the Kenton band on the 7.5 on the Richter Scale album, this all-time great standard receives a fresh sound with the impeccable scoring talent of Marty Paich. This arrangement has it all:
One of the loveliest ballads ever recorded by the Kenton band. Recorded on the "Stan Kenton Plays Chicago" CD. This is one of two original pieces by Bob Curnow from this album. Features a 3-horn melodic
This is a gorgeous ballad arranged by Willie Maiden for the great Maynard Ferguson Orchestra. There is wonderful ensemble writing that is playable by most bands, and it also features a short improvised solo
Many think that "Standards in Silhouette" was the most beautiful ballad album ever recorded by the Stan Kenton Band. This chart is the fourth one (along with Ill Wind, The Meaning of the Blues and
Pat Metheny is the master at composing moving, gorgeous ballads, and Too Soon Tomorrow is no exception. This is on the CD "Imaginary Day" by the Pat Metheny Group. Bob Curnow has orchestrated it in
Originally arranged for George Roberts and the Stan Kenton Orchestra, Johnny Richards' treatment of the beautiful Jerome Kern ballad Yesterdays is a bass trombone feature throughout. In typical
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