Film, Video The Paquito D'Rivera Ensemble

Format Film, Video
Contributors Carter, Regina
Colina, Annie
Coolidge Auditorium (Library of Congress)
D'Rivera, Paquito
Feliciano, Brenda
Library of Congress
McKim Fund
Music Division
Paquito D'Rivera Ensemble
Piccinini, Marina
Recording Laboratory
Stagñaro, Oscar
The Carolyn Royall Just Fund
Urcola, Diego
Walker, Mark
Yavnai, Alon
Dates 2002
Location Washington D.C.
Subjects Jazz
Songs with Instrumental Ensemble
Violin and Piano Music
The Paquito D'Rivera Ensemble
Contributor Names
Paquito D'Rivera Ensemble (performer)
D'Rivera, Paquito -- 1948- (performer)
Urcola, Diego (performer)
Yavnai, Alon (performer)
Stagñaro, Oscar (performer)
Walker, Mark -- 1962- (performer)
Carter, Regina (performer)
Piccinini, Marina (performer)
Feliciano, Brenda (performer)
Colina, Annie (lyricist)
Library of Congress. -- McKim Fund
Library of Congress. -- The Carolyn Royall Just Fund
Library of Congress. -- Music Division
Library of Congress. -- Recording Laboratory
Coolidge Auditorium (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 2002.
Subject Headings
-  Jazz -- 2001-2010
-  Songs with instrumental ensemble
-  Violin and piano music
-  Title from cover of printed program.
-  On cover: The McKim Fund, The Carolyn Royall Just Fund, in the Library of Congress.
-  All works composed by Paquito D'Rivera; lyrics for Panamericana suite and Song for peace by Annie Colina.
-  Gran danzon originally for instrumental ensemble; performed on piano.
-  Paquito D'Rivera Ensemble (Paquito D'Rivera, saxophone and clarinet; Diego Urcola, trumpet; Alon Yavnai, piano; Oscar Rogelio Stagñaro, bass; Mark Walker, drums); Regina Carter, violin ; Maria [i.e., Marina] Piccinini, flute ; Brenda Feliciano, soprano. (performer)
-  Fiddle dreams was commissioned by the McKim Fund, Library of Congress.
-  Recorded in the Coolidge Auditorium of the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., May 31, 2002. (venue)
-  Produced by the Music Division and the Recording Laboratory of the Library of Congress.
-  Courtesy of Paquito D'Rivera, c/o Brenda Feliciano, Havana-New York Music, Greenbug Productions, Ltd., P.O. Box 4899, Weehawken, NJ 07086. (Copyright Notice)
-  Paquito D'Rivera's Fiddle dreams : for violin and piano -- Gran danzon : the Bel Air concerto -- Panamericana suite -- Song for peace. (content)
-  Courtesy of Paquito D'Rivera, c/o Brenda Feliciano, Havana-New York Music, Greenbug Productions, Ltd., P.O. Box 4899, Weehawken, NJ 07086. (Copyright Notice)
2 digital video files (2 hr., 45 sec.) : sd., col.
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