Concert in Miniature


Tuesday, 7 July 1953

Civic Opera House, Chicago, Illinois

Kenton explains that they are playing this broadcast from the stage with the curtain drawn as they empty the house from the earlier show with George Shearing.
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Tracks

1. Young Blood (Gerry Mulligan)
arr. by Gerry Mulligan
solos: Candoli (tp) Sims (ts) Konitz (as) Childers (tp)

Russo introduces the next number.

2. My Lady (Russo, Bill)
arr. by Bill Russo
solo; Konitz (as)

3. Hav-A-Havana (Bill Holman)
arr. by Bill Holman
solos: Konitz (as) Candoli (tp)

Kenton talks with Shearing before this number, who says it is the best Kenton band ever.

4. Solitaire (Bill Russo)
arr. by Bill Russo
solo: Burgess (tb)

Kenton says that the band chose the next selection for this concert.

5. Boo-Boo-Be-Doop (Bill Holman)
arr. by Bill Holman
solos: Konitz (as) Rosolino (tb) Candoli (tp) Sims (ts)

The announcer talks over the ending.

Personnel

Alto sax
Don Carone
Lee Konitz
Tenor sax
Eddie Wasserman
Zoot Sims
Bari sax
Tony Ferina
Trumpet
Buddy Childers
Ernie Royal
Conte Candoli
Don Dennis
Don Smith
Trombone
Bob Burgess
Bill Russo
Frank Rosolino
Keith Moon
George Roberts (b-tb)
Piano
Stan Kenton
Bass
Don Bagley
Guitar
Sal Salvador
Drums
Stan Levey