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Photo: Wynton rehearsing with the Septet in Marciac

For two days, on August 5 and 6, Wynton rehearsed with his septet for the upcoming concert in Marciac. They played songs from the Marciac Suite: Loose Duck, Jean-Louis Is Everywhere, Mademoiselle D’Gascony, Armagnac Dreams, Marciac Fun, Marciac Moon, Guy Lafitte, B Is For Boussaget.
The members of Wynton Marsalis Septet in Marciac 2007 are: Wynton Marsalis (trumpet), Wycliffe Gordon (trombone), Victor Goines (tenor sax, soprano sax, clarinets), Sherman Irby (alto sax), Herlin Riley (drums), Jonathan Bastiste (piano), Rodney Whitaker (bass).

Tonight the concert will take place at 11pm. You can listen to it live on Radio France Inter (click the link on top-left: ├ęcoutez le direct).

Following you can watch to some still images from the video-clips we filmed during rehearsals.

Wynton Marsalis rehearsing with his Septet for Marciac 2007

Wynton Marsalis rehearsing with his Septet for Marciac 2007

Wynton Marsalis rehearsing with his Septet for Marciac 2007

Wynton Marsalis rehearsing with his Septet for Marciac 2007

Wynton Marsalis rehearsing with his Septet for Marciac 2007

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  1. Quel dommage! Just as I was ready to hear Mademoiselle D’Gascony, my favorite cut from the Marciac Suite live, it seems I have missed the broadcast again. Luigi you’ve given us the experience of Marciac live and I have missed both occasions. Nonetheless, many thanks for your efforts and sharing with us your time with Wynton et al.

    Sonalii on Aug 7th, 2007 at 11:15pm

  2. Oops! I see Marciac Moon is on the list.

    CJD on Aug 7th, 2007 at 11:14pm

  3. Will the group play the other tunes like, The Big Top, Marciac Moon and Sunflowers?

    CJD on Aug 7th, 2007 at 11:13pm

  4. Already finished???????Just when listening that astonishing sound of Wynton solo with mute (it sounds like human voice)…. too short…what a pity…..
    Et maintenant, que vais je faire?????

    Well, anyway….Thanks a lot to MASTER MUSICIANS, et al….of course..it was a little bit/a try of almost as been there….just imagination.

    Thanks and take care.
    C.

    MTS on Aug 7th, 2007 at 6:14pm

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