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Playing With Fire (Music by Frank Ticheli featuring the Jim Cullum Jazz Band)

Dallas Wind Symphony, Jim Cullum Jazz Band, Jerry Junkin

Available in 176.4 kHz / 24-bit, 88.2 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC high-resolution audio formats

"Five Stars. Both musical groups are on their toes ... this is quite a spectacular album and Ticheli's works are not the sort to alienate those averse to new music."
- Audiophile Audition

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1
Postcard
Frank Ticheli; Dallas Wind Symphony; Jerry Junkin
5:43
San Antonio Dances  
2
I. Alamo Gardens
Frank Ticheli; Dallas Wind Symphony; Jerry Junkin
5:29
3
II. Tex-Mex on the Riverwalk
Frank Ticheli; Dallas Wind Symphony; Jerry Junkin
4:38
Symphony No. 2  
4
I. Shooting Stars
Frank Ticheli; Dallas Wind Symphony; Jerry Junkin
4:47
5
II. Dreams Under a New Moon
Frank Ticheli; Dallas Wind Symphony; Jerry Junkin
11:22
6
III. Apollo Unleashed
Frank Ticheli; Dallas Wind Symphony; Jerry Junkin
6:07
7
Rest
Frank Ticheli; Dallas Wind Symphony; Jerry Junkin
7:38
Playing with Fire  
8
I. A la Baudue
Frank Ticheli; Jim Cullum; Dallas Wind Symphony; Jim Cullum Jazz Band; Jerry Junkin
6:36
9
II. Shades of Blue
Frank Ticheli; Jim Cullum; Dallas Wind Symphony; Jim Cullum Jazz Band; Jerry Junkin
10:04
10
III. Polyphonies and Riffs
Frank Ticheli; Jim Cullum; Dallas Wind Symphony; Jim Cullum Jazz Band; Jerry Junkin
8:29
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    70:53
This all-American collaboration from the Dallas Wind Symphony and the seven-piece Jim Cullum Jazz Band is an audiophile spectacular. The five pieces presented here offer a musical panorama from composer Frank Ticheli. From light to dark to joyous jazz celebration, these pieces are among the best ever written by this famed concert band composer. Conducted by Jerry Junkin and recorded in the Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, the great music and its exceptional sonic palette are expertly captured by the world-renowned team of engineer "Professor" Keith O. Johnson and producer Tam Henderson.
176.4 kHz / 24-bit and 88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Reference Recordings Studio Masters

Recorded: August 13-14, 2011, Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas, Texas

Producers: Donald McKinney, J. Tamblyn Henderson, Jr.
Co-Producer: Marcia Gordon Martin
Recording Engineer: Keith O. Johnson
Recorded by: Sean Royce Martin
Executive Producers:
Kim J. Campbell, Marcia Martin, Tam Henderson
Editing: Tam Henderson, Sean Royce Martin
Mastering Engineer: Keith O. Johnson
Design: Bill Roarty, Tam Henderson

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