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Box AV-1

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Contains 36 Results:

UMKC Stage Band At Washburn, Undated

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 24
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Consist of live recordings, studio recordings, and family recordings from Bill Trumbauer's early life, including some performances with his father, jazz saxaphonist, Frank Trumbauer. Also included are band recordings and workshops from his tenure at the UMKC Conservatory.

Dates: Undated

UMKC Stage Band at Washburn University, 1971

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 25
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Consist of live recordings, studio recordings, and family recordings from Bill Trumbauer's early life, including some performances with his father, jazz saxaphonist, Frank Trumbauer. Also included are band recordings and workshops from his tenure at the UMKC Conservatory.

Dates: 1971

UMKC Stage Band at Washburn University, February 14, 1971

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 26
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Consist of live recordings, studio recordings, and family recordings from Bill Trumbauer's early life, including some performances with his father, jazz saxaphonist, Frank Trumbauer. Also included are band recordings and workshops from his tenure at the UMKC Conservatory.

Dates: February 14, 1971

UMKC Stage Band, March 7, 1971

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 28
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Bill Trumbauer Director; Night Life, Maria, Don’t Sleep in the Subway, Six Blues, You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To, Sister Sadie, When Sunny Gets Blue, Kansas City

Dates: March 7, 1971

UMKC Stage Band, Undated

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 29
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Consist of live recordings, studio recordings, and family recordings from Bill Trumbauer's early life, including some performances with his father, jazz saxaphonist, Frank Trumbauer. Also included are band recordings and workshops from his tenure at the UMKC Conservatory.

Dates: Undated

UMKC Stage Band (No.1), April 8, 1971

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 30
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Consist of live recordings, studio recordings, and family recordings from Bill Trumbauer's early life, including some performances with his father, jazz saxaphonist, Frank Trumbauer. Also included are band recordings and workshops from his tenure at the UMKC Conservatory.

Dates: April 8, 1971

Civic Orchestra (No. 1), April 18, 1971

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 31
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Consist of live recordings, studio recordings, and family recordings from Bill Trumbauer's early life, including some performances with his father, jazz saxaphonist, Frank Trumbauer. Also included are band recordings and workshops from his tenure at the UMKC Conservatory.

Dates: April 18, 1971

Civic Orchestra (No.2), April 18, 1971

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 32
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Consist of live recordings, studio recordings, and family recordings from Bill Trumbauer's early life, including some performances with his father, jazz saxaphonist, Frank Trumbauer. Also included are band recordings and workshops from his tenure at the UMKC Conservatory.

Dates: April 18, 1971

UMKC Jazz Festival, April 24, 1971

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 33
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Consist of live recordings, studio recordings, and family recordings from Bill Trumbauer's early life, including some performances with his father, jazz saxaphonist, Frank Trumbauer. Also included are band recordings and workshops from his tenure at the UMKC Conservatory.

Dates: April 24, 1971

Bach B Minor Mass (No.1), May 16, 1971

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 34
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Consist of live recordings, studio recordings, and family recordings from Bill Trumbauer's early life, including some performances with his father, jazz saxaphonist, Frank Trumbauer. Also included are band recordings and workshops from his tenure at the UMKC Conservatory.

Dates: May 16, 1971

Bach B Minor Mass (No. 2), May 16, 1971

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 35
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Consist of live recordings, studio recordings, and family recordings from Bill Trumbauer's early life, including some performances with his father, jazz saxaphonist, Frank Trumbauer. Also included are band recordings and workshops from his tenure at the UMKC Conservatory.

Dates: May 16, 1971

Bach B Minor Mass (No. 3), May 16, 1971

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 36
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Consist of live recordings, studio recordings, and family recordings from Bill Trumbauer's early life, including some performances with his father, jazz saxaphonist, Frank Trumbauer. Also included are band recordings and workshops from his tenure at the UMKC Conservatory.

Dates: May 16, 1971

Carmel Jones, 1971

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 1
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Consist of live recordings, studio recordings, and family recordings from Bill Trumbauer's early life, including some performances with his father, jazz saxaphonist, Frank Trumbauer. Also included are band recordings and workshops from his tenure at the UMKC Conservatory.

Dates: 1971

KCUR, Carmel Jones, Undated

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 2
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Consist of live recordings, studio recordings, and family recordings from Bill Trumbauer's early life, including some performances with his father, jazz saxaphonist, Frank Trumbauer. Also included are band recordings and workshops from his tenure at the UMKC Conservatory.

Dates: Undated

Evolution of the Blues, Undated

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 4
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Bob Wilber (Tenor), Clark Terry (Trumpet); Side A: After Midnight-E Flat, Basic Eyes-B Flat, Please Blues Go Away-A Flat, Soulful Serenade-B Flat, Baptist Blues-E Flat; Side B: La Valse Bleue-C, Where Will I Go-E Flat, The Maryland Farmer-E Flat, Blues Rhumba-E Flat

Dates: Undated

Side I, Undated

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 5
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Lady Be Good-4 Cho (Chorus?)- Key of G; Poor Butterfly-2 Cho -B Flat; Embraceable You- 1 ½ Cho -G Sharp; Three Little Words-5 Cho-D; I May Be Wrong- 2 Cho –F; Too Marvelous for Words-4 Cho -B Flat; I Cover the Waterfront-1 ½ Cho -A; Fine and Dandy-4 Cho-G

Dates: Undated

Side I All “Bird” Aebersold #6, Undated

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 6
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I: Now’s the Time, Yard bird suite, Confirmation, Dewey Square; II: Donna Lee, My Little Suede Shoes, Ornithology, Scrapple, Thriving from a Riff

Dates: Undated

Scales, Bob Brookmeyer, Clark Terry?, Undated

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 7
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Consist of live recordings, studio recordings, and family recordings from Bill Trumbauer's early life, including some performances with his father, jazz saxaphonist, Frank Trumbauer. Also included are band recordings and workshops from his tenure at the UMKC Conservatory.

Dates: Undated

Scales, Exercises, Undated

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 8
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Slow B Flat Blues 3x, Blues F Concert 2x, Jazz 2x, 6/8 Modal 2x

Dates: Undated

Exercise Scales, B Flat Blues-Fast-18x, Undated

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 10
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B Flat Blues-Fast-18x, Mr Super Hip-F M B Flat M -7x, Mr Super Hip-F M B Flat M -7x, 6/8 Modal Blues

Dates: Undated

Bud Brisbois, Kix Band-Jazz Festival, 1968

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 11
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Consist of live recordings, studio recordings, and family recordings from Bill Trumbauer's early life, including some performances with his father, jazz saxaphonist, Frank Trumbauer. Also included are band recordings and workshops from his tenure at the UMKC Conservatory.

Dates: 1968

Kix Band-John Park, 1968

 Item — Box: AV-1, Object: 12
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Consist of live recordings, studio recordings, and family recordings from Bill Trumbauer's early life, including some performances with his father, jazz saxaphonist, Frank Trumbauer. Also included are band recordings and workshops from his tenure at the UMKC Conservatory.

Dates: 1968