Film, Video JAZZ À DUNKERQUE

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Title
JAZZ À DUNKERQUE
Contributor Names
Jean-Pierre Manquillet (director)
Created / Published
France.
Notes
-  Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
-  Made-for-TV series.
-  Medium length film (30-60 minutes).
-  3. "Suite for big band" by Claude Cagnasso. 5. "Crazy"; "Doudout"; "Dudek"; "Spider". 6. "Buddy's habits"; "High Society" by Porter Steele; "Saddle green"; "After you've gone" by Henry Creamer, Turner Layton; "Honey" by Seymour Simons, Haven Gillespie, Richard A. Whiting; "In the evening" by Walter Donaldson. 7. "Alone again" by Johnny Griffin; "Rhythm-a-ning" by Thelonious Monk. (Songs)
-  1. Sy Oliver and his Band. 2. The Mardi Gras Society Jazz Band, Paradox, The Happy Free Music Ensemble. 3. The Dino Cagnasso Big Band, with Michel Bos, trumpet; Michel Camicas, Jean-Michel Fourquet, Jules Calmettes, saxes; Christian Escoudé, guitar; Claude Cagnasso, arranger. 4. Benny Bailey, trumpet; Åke Persson, Jiggs Whigham, Slide Hampton, trombone; Hal Singer, tenor sax; Leo Wright, alto sax; (?) baritone sax; Kenny Drew, piano; Jimmy Woode, acoustic double bass; Kenny Clarke, drums; Lamont Hampton, percussion. 5. Jeremy Steig, flute; Joachim Kühn, piano; Tovo Blake, Siggi Busch, Pierre Courbois. 6. The Back Door Jug Band, with Marc Bercouitz. 7. Johnny Griffin, tenor sax; Georges Arvanitas, piano; Jacky Samson, acoustic double bass; Charles Saudrais, drums. (Personnel on Camera)
-  Jazz on the Screen is a reference work of filmographic information and does not point to digitized versions of the items described. The Library of Congress may or may not own a copy of a particular film or video. To request additional information Ask a Librarian (http://www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ask-record.html).
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motion picture | Made-for-TV series. Medium length film (30-60 minutes). 3. "Suite for big band" by Claude Cagnasso. 5. "Crazy"; "Doudout"; "Dudek"; "Spider". 6. "Buddy's habits"; "High Society" by Porter Steele; "Saddle green"; "After you've gone" by Henry Creamer, Turner Layton; "Honey" by Seymour Simons, Haven Gillespie, Richard A. Whiting; "In the evening" by Walter Donaldson. 7. "Alone again" by Johnny Griffin; "Rhythm-a-ning" by Thelonious Monk. (Songs). 1. Sy Oliver and his Band. 2. The Mardi Gras Society Jazz Band, Paradox, The Happy Free Music Ensemble. 3. The Dino Cagnasso Big Band, with Michel Bos, trumpet; Michel Camicas, Jean-Michel Fourquet, Jules Calmettes, saxes; Christian Escoudé, guitar; Claude Cagnasso, arranger. 4. Benny Bailey, trumpet; Åke Persson, Jiggs Whigham, Slide Hampton, trombone; Hal Singer, tenor sax; Leo Wright, alto sax; (?) baritone sax; Kenny Drew, piano; Jimmy Woode, acoustic double bass; Kenny Clarke, drums; Lamont Hampton, percussion. 5. Jeremy Steig, flute; Joachim Kühn, piano; Tovo Blake, Siggi Busch, Pierre Courbois. 6. The Back Door Jug Band, with Marc Bercouitz. 7. Johnny Griffin, tenor sax; Georges Arvanitas, piano; Jacky Samson, acoustic double bass; Charles Saudrais, drums. (Personnel On Camera). Motion Picture (Form).
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