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Henry Mancini:

Foundation for New American Music (FNAM)
 

 

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"The Foundation for New American Music Presents 'The Orchestra'", FNAM #00432 (1979).[Special Limited Edition LP]

Contains a short spoken monologue by Henry Mancini.

Tracklist/Program:

Side 1

Quincy Jones - Introduction

An American Concerto for Jazz Quartet, Movement III

Johnny Mathis - Monologue

Three Symphonic Dances - Movement II

 

Side 2

Three Symphonic Dances - Movement I

Henry Mancini - Monologue

El Gamino

 

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[Above: More scans of this LP]

Musical Directors/conductors: Jack Elliott and Allyn Ferguson.

Musician personnel for "All American Concerto for Jazz Quartet and Orchestra":  Conductor: Allyn Ferguson, Bud Shank--alto saxophone; Bill Watrous--trombone; Ralph Grierson--piano; Mike Lang--electric piano; Chuck Domanico--string bass; Chuch Berghofer--Fender bass; Steve Schaeffer--drums.
"Three Symphonic Dances" conducted by Jack Elliott (Movement II).
"Three Symphonic Dances" conducted by Jack Elliott (Movement I).
"El Gamino" conducted by Jack Elliott; Chuck Findley - trumpet, flugelhorn.

OTHER CREDITS AND LINER NOTES:

orchestra-liners-1.JPG - Part 1 of original liner notes by Gene Lees.

orchestra-liners-2.JPG - Part 2 of original liner notes by Gene Lees.

orchestra-liners-3.JPG - Part 3 of original liner notes by Gene Lees.

orchestra-credits.JPG - Full list of album production credits for this record.

Musician-personnel.JPG - Close-up, readable list of all musicians who perform on this album.


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