Favorite Christmas CDs by Trumpeters

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by glennled, Dec 7, 2010.

  1. Big Daddy

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    Wynton Marsalis - Christmas Jazz Jam
     
  2. Markie

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    Doc & The Tonight Show Band
     
  3. RustoleusMaximus

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    "Cool Yule" - Airmen of Note
    "A Holiday Note From Home" - Airmen of Note
    "A Swingin Christmas" - Tony Bennett w/Count Basie Orchestra
    "December" - Chris Botti
    "Jazz Musicians Christmas" - Tom Kubis Big Band
     
  4. mmcgraw

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    Hello everyone,

    What a great site! this is my first post. For me its Stan Kentons Merry Christmas (1961). Great arranging and some great lead trumpet work by Bud brisbois and Dalton Smith.
     
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    "Cool Yule" - The Airmen of Note
    "A Holiday Note From Home" - The Airmen of Note
    "December" - Chris Botti
    "A Swingin Christmas" - Tony Bennett w/Count Basie Orchestra
    "Heaven & Nature Swing" - Phil Driscoll
     
  6. glennled

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    Yeah, love the Canadian Brass sound! But they have about 8+ Christmas CDs. What's the title of your favorite, please?
     
  7. glennled

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    Doc has two Christmas CDs that I know of: "Merry Christmas from Doc Severinsen" (2000) and "Christmas with Friends" (1991). Which is your favorite? Or is there yet another one?
     
  8. glennled

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    Also, the Boston Brass has a CD, "The Stan Kenton Christmas Carols."
     
  9. glennled

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    Al Hirt did two albums, at least: "The Sound of Christmas" and "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas." Which one is tops for you?
     
  10. Peter McNeill

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    Sorry my late reply;
    Canadian Brass: The Christmas Album,

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    Christmas in the Morning, and A Christmas Experiment, and Noel.

    Cheers
    Peter
     

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