Arranger’s/Director’s Notes – The introduction is conducted with the soloist improvising briefly on the sustained notes. At 19 the Swing/Latin rhythmic feel begins and continues to the end. This arrangement features a variety of challenging chord cycles through both swing and Latin feels with some odd meter moments.
From Lieb – This composition is one of my earliest tunes using fourth chordal harmony, derived from the piano style of McCoy Tyner.
Standard Big Band (5/4/4/4)
Soprano Sax Soloist.
Sop 1/Flute, Alto 2/Flute, Tenor 1/Flute/Clr. Tenor 2/Clr. Bari/B.Clr.