Night Train (Flexibles Ensemble)

Ensembles Flexibles Ensemble Night Train
'Night Train' is a twelve-bar blues standard recorded for the first time by Jimmy Forrest in 1951.
The history of this instrumental track is long and complicated. The opening riff was played by the band of Duke Ellington for the firs time in the early 40's.
Jimmy Forest, at that time saxophone player with Ellington, added his own tenorsax solo which has been a important part of the song after that.
Here's a great, flexible arrangement playable for a quintet with drums up to full brass- and concert band.
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