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Clarinet Marmalade
Jazz and variation, 1918-33
Thu, Feb 9 - Sun, Feb 12
While the rise of jazz during the 1920s is most often associated with the raw, extroverted "hot jazz" style of New Orleans, there were in fact a number of markedly different and ultimately highly influential variations on the new art form as it spread and developed in other regions and music communities. Jesse Cloninger and the Jazz Kings contemplate several of these variations, with particular focus on the differences between the New Orleans style as represented by Louis Armstrong and Jelly Roll Morton and the cooler, more relaxed and lyrical style associated with the work of Frankie Trumbauer, Bix Beiderbecke and Jimmy Dorsey. Look for such classics as "Basin Street Blues", "Muskrat Ramble", "I'll Be Glad When Your Dead", "Clarinet Marmalade", "Singin' The Blues", "Doing The Uptown Lowdown" and more!
Chamber Music America/Doris Duke Charitable Trust This concert is eligible for The Shedd's Free Shedd Jazz Student Ticket program, which makes a limited number of free tickets to 2016-17 Shedd jazz concerts available to students elementary through college. The program is made possible by a grant from Chamber Music America and Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, and Friends of Jazz at The Shedd. Contact The Shedd Ticket Office for information.
Event Personnel
Jesse Cloninger, director
Vocalists
Musicians
Jesse Cloninger, reeds
Joe Manis, reeds
Bob Ragan, reeds
Vicki Cox, trumpet
Brad White, trumpet
Glenn Griffith, trombone
Adam Carlson, drums
Niels Miller, bass
Torrey Newhart, piano
Kyle Smith, banjo
Program
SET I
 High Society
(1901)
Words by Walter Melrose - Music by Porter Steele
 Riverboat Shuffle
(1924)
Words by Mitchell Parish - Music by Hoagy Carmichael, Dick Voynow
 Nothin' Does-Does Like It Used To Do-Do-Do
(1926)
Words by Irving Kahal, Manny Ross - Music by Sammy Fain
 Bye, Bye, Blackbird
(1926)
Words by Mort Dixon - Music by Ray Henderson
 Milenberg Joys
(1923)
Words by Walter Melrose - Music by Paul Mares, Jelly Roll Morton, Leon Rappolo
 Mood Indigo
(1931)
Words by Irving Mills - Music by Duke Ellington, Barney Bigard
 Hindustan
(1918)
Words & music by Oliver Wallace, Harold Weeks
 A Good Man Is Hard To Find
(1918)
Words & music by Eddie Green
 Ballin' The Jack
(1913)
Words by Jim Burris - Music by Chris Smith
 Love Is The Thing
(1933)
Words by Ned Washington - Music by Victor Young
 I Can't Give You Anything But Love
(1928) Lew Leslie's Blackbirds of 1928
Words by Dorothy Fields - Music by Jimmy McHugh
 Sentimental Gentleman From Georgia
(1932)
Words by Mitchell Parish - Music by Frank Perkins
SET II
 Anything Goes
(1934) Anything Goes
Words & music by Cole Porter
 You're The Cream In My Coffee
(1928) George White's Scandals 9th Edition
Words by Lew Brown, B. G. DeSylva - Music by Ray Henderson
 Clarinet Marmalade
(1918)
Music by Larry Shields, Henry Ragas
 Doin' The Uptown Lowdown
(1933) Broadway Thru a Keyhole
Words by Mack Gordon - Music by Harry Revel
 You Rascal, You
(1931) interpolated into I'll Be Glad When You'r Dead, You Rascal You
Words & music by Sam Theard
 My Baby Just Cares For Me
(1930) Whoopee
Words by Gus Kahn - Music by Walter Donaldson
 If You Want The Rainbow
(1928)
Words by Billy Rose, Mort Dixon - Music by Oscar Levant
 Mean To Me
(1929)
Words & music by Fred E. Ahlert, Roy Turk
 Muskrat Ramble
(1926)
Words by Ray Gilbert - Music by Edward "Kid" Ory
 Basin Street Blues
(1928)
Words & music by Spencer Williams
 Everybody Loves My Baby
(1924) Earl Carroll's Vanities of 1924
Words & music by Spencer Williams, Jack Palmer
Performances
February, 2017
Thu 09, 7:30 pm: Eugene
Fri 10, 7:30 pm: Corvallis
Sat 11, 2:00 pm: Florence
Sun 12, 3:00 pm: Eugene
Ticket/Venue Info
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