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Adam Schroeder & Mark Masters - Ct! Celebrate Clark Terry. The music of Clark Terry is celebrated by this great large ensemble led by baritone saxophonist Adam Schroeder and arranged by Mark Masters. On CT!, baritone saxophonist and bandleader Adam Schroeder teams up with arranger Mark Masters to deliver a tasty baker's dozen tunes in the Basie/Ellington/Strayhorn style, all composed by renowned trumpeter Clark Terry. Schroeder conceived of the recording as a celebration of Terry's 100th birthday. That plan was delayed by the pandemic but eventually realized a few years later.
Adam Schroeder & Mark Masters - Ct! Celebrate Clark Terry. The music of Clark Terry is celebrated by this great large ensemble led by baritone saxophonist Adam Schroeder and arranged by Mark Masters. On CT!, baritone saxophonist and bandleader Adam Schroeder teams up with arranger Mark Masters to deliver a tasty baker's dozen tunes in the Basie/Ellington/Strayhorn style, all composed by renowned trumpeter Clark Terry. Schroeder conceived of the recording as a celebration of Terry's 100th birthday. That plan was delayed by the pandemic but eventually realized a few years later.
054987417023
Ct! Celebrate Clark Terry
Artist: Adam Schroeder & Masters,Mark
Format: CD
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Serenade To A Bus Seat
2. Ground Hog
3. Ode To Pres
4. Daylite Express
5. Boardwalk
6. Argentia
7. Pertido Line
8. Slow Boat
9. Swingin' On The Cusp
10. Michelle
11. Top And Bottom
12. Boomerang
13. In Orbit

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Adam Schroeder & Mark Masters - Ct! Celebrate Clark Terry. The music of Clark Terry is celebrated by this great large ensemble led by baritone saxophonist Adam Schroeder and arranged by Mark Masters. On CT!, baritone saxophonist and bandleader Adam Schroeder teams up with arranger Mark Masters to deliver a tasty baker's dozen tunes in the Basie/Ellington/Strayhorn style, all composed by renowned trumpeter Clark Terry. Schroeder conceived of the recording as a celebration of Terry's 100th birthday. That plan was delayed by the pandemic but eventually realized a few years later.
        
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