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MQ 1153
After Hours

Jazz and light classics

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2010


Artists:

James Campbell

Clarinet

Gene DiNovi

Piano

Record Label
Marquis Classics

Genre:

Jazz / Ragtime & Blues




Total Time - 64:18
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FRANCIS POULENC

1 

Perpetual Motion

4:20
     
 

DUKE ELLINGTON

2 

Come Sunday

4:56
     
 

MORTON GOULD

3 

Pavane

3:39
     
 

PHIL NIMMONS

4 

Islands

4:54
     
 

MAURICE RAVEL

5 

Pièce en forme de Habanera

3:21
     
 

GEORGE SHEARING

 

Three Miniatures

 
6 I #1 2:11
     
7 II #2 1:50
     
8 III #3 2:02
     
 

GERMAINE TAILLEFERRE

9 

Arabesque

2:23
     
 

SRUL IRVING GLICK

10 

Prayer

2:50
     
 

GENE DINOVI

11 

Pretty Lady Blues

3:34
     
 

PETER SCHICKELE

 

Three Elegies

 
12 I Song for Bert 2:02
     
13 II Song for Lannatch 2:45
     
14 III Ceremony 4:19
     
 

DAVID BAKER

15 

Dance

4:04
     
 

AN LUN HUANG

16 

Capriccio

6:32
     
 

GENE DINOVI

17 

Divertimento

3:53
     
 

DJANGO REINHARDT

18 

Nuages

4:43
     
 James Campbell Clarinet
 Gene DiNovi Piano


Who else would put Duke Ellington and Poulenc, Reinhardt and Ravel together in a musical feast? Brilliant clarinetist James Campbell joins The Gene DiNovi Trio (Gene DiNovi, Terry Clark and Dave Young) and pianist Stephane Lemelin in a program of jazz and light classics.

"After Hours is an excellent venue for highlighting Campbell’s clarinet virtuosity [and offers] two great options: as an album to be intently listened to, or as a solid background for any gathering."

Performing Arts Magazine
 

 




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