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Box AV-2

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Contains 50 Results:

My Baby Smiles Copy 6, Undated

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 70
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Bill Trumbauer Singing; Copyrighted music; Copy of Item ID 65.

Dates: Undated

My Baby Smiles Copy 7, Undated

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 71
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Bill Trumbauer Singing; Copyrighted music; Copy of Item ID 65.

Dates: Undated

Hi Bill--Some Stuff, March 12, 1943

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 73
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Two unidentified tracks on both side

Dates: March 12, 1943

Sloan ESPN, July 6, 2001

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 59
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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: July 6, 2001

Bunnap Radio Show, 1998

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 60
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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: 1998

Insomnia by the Bert Firman Dance Orchestra, 2002

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 104
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Track listing: West End Blues -- Zulu Wail -- Honeysuckle Rose -- We'll Meet Again -- Dynamite -- It's A Sin To Tell A Lie -- That Lovely Weekend -- I Wanna Be Loved By You -- Look For The Silver Lining -- Hammer And Tongs -- The Devil Is Afraid Of Music -- Embraceable You -- Jig Walk -- Spanish Shawl -- Crazy Quilt -- They Can't Black Out The Moon -- Goodnight Vienna -- White Christmas -- Singing The Blues; Bert Firman Dance Orchestra; Test burn copy; The British Zonophone Co. Ltd..

Dates: 2002

Duke Robillard, Live at Knuckleheads, September 1, 2005

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 130
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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: September 1, 2005

Bach B Minor Mass (No. 4), May 16, 1971

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 37
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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

Jazz Workshop, Bill Trumbauer, Cond. (No. 2), November 21, 1971

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 39
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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: November 21, 1971

UMKC Stage Band (No. 1), April 13, 1972

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 40
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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 13, 1972

UMKC Stage Band (No.1), April 16, 1972

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 42
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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 16, 1972

Jazz Workshop, Bill Trumbauer, Cond. (No. 1), November 21, 1971

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 38
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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: November 21, 1971

UMKC Stage Band (No. 2), April 16, 1972

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 43
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Bill Herb, The Summer Song, Nightclub Days

Dates: April 16, 1972

UMKC Stage Band, Reel 3, Undated

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 45
Scope and Contents From the Series:

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

Side One- “Just Jazz”, December 20, 1976

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 46
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1st half 12/20/76, 2nd half 12/27/76

Dates: December 20, 1976

Mark Morelli, January 1, 1977

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 47
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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: January 1, 1977

Ty, Dane, Bill, Joan, August 23, 1987

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 48
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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: August 23, 1987

DWMT?, Undated

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 49
Scope and Contents From the Series:

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

KCUR Radio Show “Just Jazz”, June 18, 1977

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 50
Scope and Contents From the Series:

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: June 18, 1977

Stage Band No. 2, No Talking?, April 8, 1971

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 51
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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

WFT UMKC Content?, Mahler 9th Symphony, Puritani Bellini, Undated

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 52
Scope and Contents From the Series:

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

Stella-Moon River, October 1, 1975

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 53
Scope and Contents From the Series:

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: October 1, 1975

MMO-Taking a Chance on Love, Undated

 Item — Box: AV-2, Object: 54
Scope and Contents From the Series:

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