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Title
Women's Jazz Festival Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
Type
Audio
Genre Form
jazz
sound recording
Language
English
Identified By
Lccn: 2003647078
Table Of Contents
Part 1. Opening remarks by event organizer Diane Gregg ; Introduction of host Leonard Feather
Introduction of Marian McPartland (5:26)
There is no greater love / Marian McPartland, piano; Brian Torf, bass; Rusty Jones, drums
Willow weep for me / Ann Ronell (Marian McPartland, piano; Brian Torf, bass; Rusty Jones, drums)
Ambiance / Marian McPartland (8:48)
Sweet (4:37)
Afterglow / Marian McPartland (5:28)
All the things you are / Jerome Kern (6:25)
Close your eyes / Bernice Petkere (6:40)
Caravan / Duke Ellington (1:56) incomplete.
Part 2. Close your eyes / Bernice Petkere
Caravan / Ellington (Marian McPartland, piano; Brian Torf, bass; Rusty Jones, drums)
Comments by host Leonard Feather.
Part 3. Now is the time / Charlie Parker (11:54)
Autumn leaves / Marian McPartland, piano; Brian Torf, bass; Rusty Jones, drums
Blue bossa / Kenney Dorham (11:02)
Unidentified song / Mercer Ellington (7:43)
Straight no chase / Thelonius Monk (6:48)
Intermission.
Part 4. Straight no chaser / Thelonius Monk / Festival All-Stars
Intermission
Diane Gregg dedicates festival to Betty Miller ; Scholarship announcemnts
Happy Birthday to Marian McPartland
Leonard Feather introduces Mary Lou Williams, piano ; Father Peter O'Brien, narration ; Spirituals, ragtime, blues, Kansas City swing, Boogie woogie
Over the rainbow / Mary Lou Williams
Surrey with the fringe on top
Baby man
Two unidentified songs.
Part 5. Unidentified song
Mary Lou Williams, piano; Carlene Ray, bass; Everett Brown, drums
Introduction of Akiyoshi-Tabackin Band (Toshiko Akiyoshi, piano; Lew Tabackin, flute, sax
Try for joy
Elusive dream (Gary Foster, sax solo)
Unidentified song
Coven (selection utilizing 2 headed drum) (Lew Tabackin, flute)
Unidentified song (incomplete).
Part 6. Unidentified song (8:08) ; Toshiko Akiyoshi-Lew Tabackin Big Band (Toshiko Akiyoshi, piano; Lew Tabackin, flute, sax
Unidentified song (encore, 8:09)
Show closed (8:15).
Capture
Recorded Mar. 19, 1978 from Kansas City.
Authorized Access Point
Gregg, Diane. Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
Authorized Access Point Variant
Feather, Leonard, 1914-1994. Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
McPartland, Marian. Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
Torff, Brian. Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
Jones, Rusty, 1932- Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
Petkere, Bernice, 1901-2000. Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
Ronell, Ann. Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
Akiyoshi, Toshiko, 1929- Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
Tabackin, Lew. Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
Osborne, Mary, 1921-1992. Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
Robinson, Janice. Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
Dodgion, Dottie, 1929- Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
O'Brien, Peter F. (Peter Francis) Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
Ray, Carlene Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
Foster, Gary. Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
Toshiko Akiyoshi-Lew Tabackin Big Band. Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
Festival All-Stars. Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
Voice of America Music Library Collection (Library of Congress) Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19
Women's Jazz Festival. Women's Jazz Festival. 1978-03-19