Hearing Loop

Spaces looped
– at The Shedd –

Jaqua Concert Hall
Sheffer Recital Hall
Cole Gallery
Warren Court
Room B09
Shedd Ticket Office
Will Call desk

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Sixty years ago this December Glenn Miller’s military plane disappeared over the English Channel. In the succeeding years, Miller has become an American legend: his most famous recordings -- "In The Mood", "A String Of Pearls", "Pennsylvania 6-5000", "Tuxedo Junction", and many others, are almost as well-known today as they were when they were recorded in 1939-42. No other American popular recordings have persisted like Miller’s, crossing many generational boundaries. The Jazz Kings will examine not only the famous recordings of Glenn Miller, but also those of the early groups with which he performed, and the groups which sprang up after his death.
Event Personnel
Steve Stone, artistic director & band leader
Shirley Andress, vocalist
Lyn Burg, vocalist
Vicki Brabham, vocalist
Michael Stone, vocalist
Steve Owen, reeds
Frank Kenney, reeds
Bob Bork, reeds
James Bunte, reeds
Craig Bender, reeds
Dave Bender, trumpet
Tim Clarke, trumpet
Ernie Carbajal, trumpet
John Dulaney, trumpet
Glenn Griffith, trombone
Caleb Standafer, trombone
Glenn Bonney, trombone
Steve Stone, trombone
John Polese, piano
Nathan Waddell, bass
Alan Tarpinian, drums
 Moonlight Serenade
(1939) interpolated into Day-Time Wife Mitchell Parish (w) Glenn Miller (m)
 Little Brown Jug
(1939) J. E. Winner (w/m) [adaptation of The Little Brown Jug]
 Elmer's Tune
(1941) Sammy Gallop (w) Elmer Albrecht (m)
(1931) Eddie Woods (w) Enric Madriguera (m)
 Danny Boy
(1939) Frederic E. Weatherly (w) traditional, Irish (m) [adaptation of Danny Boy]
 PEnnsylvania 6-5000
(1940) Jerry Gray (w) Carl Sigman (m)
 Ida! Sweet As Apple Cider
(1903) Eddie Leonard (w) Eddie Munson (m)
 Tuxedo Junction
(1939) Buddy Feyne (w) William Johnson, Julian Dash, Erskine Hawkins (m)
 Indian Summer
(1939) Al Dubin (w) Victor Herbert (m) [uses melody of Indian Summer]
 Moonlight Cocktail
(1941) Kim Gannon (w) Luckey Roberts (m)
 Star Dust
 Chattanooga Choo Choo
(1941) Sun Valley Serenade Mack Gordon (w) Harry Warren (m)
 In The Mood
(1939) Andy Razaf (w) Joe Garland (m) [uses melody of Tar Paper Stomp]
 Sunrise Serenade
 At Last
(1942) Orchestra Wives Mack Gordon (w) Harry Warren (m)
 A String Of Pearls
(1941) Eddie DeLange (w) Jerry Gray (m)
 I Know Why
(1941) Sun Valley Serenade Mack Gordon (w) Harry Warren (m)
 Song Of The Volga Boatmen
(1820s) traditional, Russian (m)
 Serenade In Blue
(1942) Orchestra Wives Mack Gordon (w) Harry Warren (m)
 Sun Valley Jump
(1941) Sun Valley Serenade Jerry Gray (m)
 That's Sabotage
(1942) Orchestra Wives Mack Gordon (w) Harry Warren (m)
 People Like You And Me
(1942) Orchestra Wives Mack Gordon (w)
 Rhapsody In Blue
(1939) Milton Leeds (w) Alberto Domínguez (m)
(1942) Orchestra Wives Mack Gordon (w) Harry Warren (m)
 American Patrol
(1885) F. W. Meacham (m)

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Concert Hall
Florence Events Center
715 Quince St
Florence, Oregon