1 - 24 of 37

Mary Lou Williams

View: Grid | List Number of Products: Sort by:
Page 12 of 2 | Next

The Legacy Of Mary Lou Williams. [CD]

Publisher: Altissimo Records

The US Army Field Band Jazz Ambassadors perform music by Williams, as well as by Irving Berlin, Milton Orent, Jack Lawrence, Paul Francis Webster, and Lary Gales.

$16.98
ADD

Mary Lou Williams : The Next 100 Years. [CD]

Publisher: Renma Recordings

Contents: J.B.'s Waltz (5:28) -- Medi II (5:27) -- Medi I (7:56) -- O.W. (6:42) -- Cancer (11:29) -- What's Your Story, Morning Glory? (7:45) -- N.M.E. (3:07) -- Waltz Boogie (4:38) -- One for Mary Lou (5:39) -- 5 for Mary Lou (5:40).

$9.98
ADD

1939 : I Cried For You; Begin The Begbuine; What Shall I Say?; Tit Willow. [CD]

Publisher: Classics

Featuring: Charlie Shavers; Billy Kyle; Red Norvo; John Kirby; Mary Lou Williams; Floyd Smith; others.

$24.98
ADD

Jazz Greats Speak : Interviews With Master Musicians.

Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN13: 9780810859227

This book contains interviews for Coda magazine between 1972 and 1987. Subjects include Stanley Clarke, Dexter Gordon, Lee Konitz, Mary Lou Williams, and many more. With a preface, index and black & white photos.

$57.00
ADD

Mellow Bit Of Rhythm : For Jazz Ensemble / edited by Rob Duboff and Jeffrey Sultanof.

Publisher: Jazz Lines Publications

This big band chart was arranged by Williams and recorded by Andy Kirk. A medium-swing tune.

$65.00
ADD

Jump Caprice : For Jazz Band / edited by Jeffrey Sultanof.

Publisher: Jazz Lines Publications

With a program note. This tune was composed and arranged by Williams for Benny Goodman in 1947. However, Goodman never performed the chart. This edition is based on Williams' parts.

$65.00
ADD

O. W. : For Jazz Ensemble / edited by Rob Duboff and Jeffrey Sultanof.

Publisher: Jazz Lines Publications

With introductory notes. Williams originally wrote this tune in 1953; it was named for saxophonist Orlando Wright. Williams prepared this arrangement was prepared in 1967 for Duke Ellington, who never used it.

$65.00
ADD

Chunka Lunka : For Jazz Ensemble / edited by Rob Duboff and Jeffrey Sultanof.

Publisher: Jazz Lines Publications

With introductory notes. This tune was originally written in 1959. Williams prepared this arrangement for her 1968 performance with the Danish National Radio Jazz Band.

$50.00
ADD

Camel Hop : For Jazz Band / edited by Jeffrey Sultanof.

Publisher: Jazz Lines Publications

With a program note. As recorded in 1937 by Benny Goodman, this big band arrangement features clarinet. Most of the original parts are lost; this edition is based on the surviving parts and a transcribed score.

$65.00
ADD

1944. [CD]

Publisher: Classics

$24.98
ADD

Zoning. [CD]

Publisher: Smithsonian Folkways

$16.98
ADD
Page 12 of 2 | Next
Loading...