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Marciac 2008: photo and setlist for first rehearsal day

Today Wynton and his Septet spent their day in Tarbes (France) to rehearse some songs for their August 8, concert at Marciac Jazz Festival 2008.
Here you have the set lists of songs they rehearsed:

- Son (from: In This House, On This Morning) – Altar Call (from: In This House, On This Morning) – And the Band Played On (from: Blue Interlude) – Spiritual Awakening (from: Deep in the Shed – Marcus Roberts) – Free To Be (from: The Magic Hour) – Superb Starling (from Levee Low Moan) – Reflections (from: Marsalis Plays Monk) – Four in One (from: Marsalis Plays Monk) – The Majesty of Blue (from: The Majesty of the Blues) – Sunflower (from: The Marciac Suite) – Jig’s Jig (from Levee Low Moan)

Please check also some photos from this afternoon.

Wnton Marsalis rehearsing with the septet for Marciac 2008

Wnton Marsalis rehearsing with the septet for Marciac 2008

Wnton Marsalis rehearsing with the septet for Marciac 2008

Wnton Marsalis rehearsing with the septet for Marciac 2008

Wnton Marsalis rehearsing with the septet for Marciac 2008

Wnton Marsalis rehearsing with the septet for Marciac 2008

Check the complete gallery of this day. Video clips are coming soon.

During the rehearsals the band also played a special Happy Birthday for Victor Goines.

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  1. they will be soon.
    stay tuned..

    Luigi on Aug 8th, 2008 at 9:58pm

  2. Are they broadcasting over the web this year?!? Best wishes for the show!! Hot and Swingin’… Hmmm Hmmm Hmmm.

    Karen on Aug 8th, 2008 at 4:29pm

  3. Come on,you know that what ever they do that it is going to be hip!!!!!!!!………….
    “Keep Swinging,JM

    Jacques Mullins on Aug 6th, 2008 at 9:37pm

  4. Good and beautiful selection; and a chance to listen not very frequent compositions by W.M. in his concerts.
    As I saw two songs from Levee Low Moan, may be the only one or two Cds that I haven’t, paid a look to liner notes in this site; really informatives.
    Also, and though I’ve listend quite a few times Jig’s Jig, never thought about what it could be its meaning or to what it can be asociated to……..I liked that of the child whatching through a chaleidoscope…very true…really liked.
    Best.
    C.

    careba on Aug 6th, 2008 at 3:24pm