Boston University Jazz Fest, February 23, 1983
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This is the concert program of Boston University Jazz Fest performance on Wednesday, February 23, 1983 at 8:00 p.m., at the Concert Hall, 855 Commonwealth Avenue. Works performed were Long Yellow Road by Toshiko Akiyoshi, El Gato by John Berry, Louisiana by J. C. Johnson (arr. by Rob McConnell), The Heat's On by Sammy Nestico, 42nd and Broadway by Jerry Mulligan, This Plum is Too Ripe by Schmidt/Jones (arr. by Paul Siskind), 500 Miles High by Chick Korea (arr. Neil Slater), Dirge-Stomp by Billy Strayhorn (arr. by Jeff Friedman), Exemption by Teese Gohl, How My Heart Sings by Earl Zindars (arr. Herb Pomeroy), Ko Ko by Duke Ellington (arr. Jeff Friedman, Eastwards by Tiger Okoshi, Sweet Willie by Phil Woods, After the Rain by Sammy Nestico, Alcazar by Don Sebesky, and Mr. P. C. by John Coltrane (arr. by Hank Wiktorowicz). Digitization for Boston University Concert Programs was supported by the Boston University Humanities Library Endowed Fund.
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