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That's A Plenty

by Brasspack

Great jazz arrangements played by a professional Brass Quintet
Genre: Jazz: Dixieland
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1. That's a Plenty
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2. Polka Dots and Moonbeams
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3. Three Episodes
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4. Sixteen Tons
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5. Baenkelsaenger
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6. Londonderry Air
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7. Fiddler On the Roof
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8. Tuxedo Junction
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9. The Roaring Twenties
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Brasspack is a brass quintet which knows how to play classical brass music, as well as swing music arranged for five brass. The five excellent soloists were all trained and still play in well known big bands and orchestras. You can hear and feel the fun they have to play their beloved style of music in the set up of a brass quintet.

The musicians:

Trumpet: Jörg Brohm, Juergen Konietzny
French horn: Thomas Schmitz
Trombone: Michael Scheuermann
Tuba: Uli Launhardt


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