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Sketches of Spain

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1
Concierto de Aranjuez: Adagio
Danny Bank
00:16:21

Miles Davis, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Trumpet, Associated Performer, Trumpet - Joaquin Rodrigo, Composer, Lyricist - Gil Evans, Conductor - Elvin Jones, Percussion - Jose Mangual, Percussion - Jimmy Cobb, Drums - Paul Chambers, Bass - Janet Putman, Harp - Al Block, Flute - Eddie Caine, Flute - Harold Feldman, Clarinet, Oboe - Romeo Penque, Oboe - Jack Knitzer, Bassoon - Danny Bank, Bass Clarinet - Ernie Royal, Trumpet - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Louis Mucci, Trumpet - Taft Jordan, Trumpet - Jimmy Buffington, French Horn - John Barrows, French Horn - Earl Chapin, French Horn - Dick Hixon, Trombone - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Teo Macero, Producer - Irving Townsend, Producer - Phil Schaap

Originally released 1960. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Will O' the Wisp
Danny Bank
00:03:49

Miles Davis, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Teo Macero, Producer - Elvin Jones, Percussion - Manuel de Falla, Composer, Lyricist - Phil Schaap, Mastering Engineer - Jose Mangual, Percussion - Jimmy Cobb, Drums - Tom ''Curly'' Ruff, Engineer - Mark Wilder, Mastering Engineer - Fred Plaut, Recording Engineer - Paul Chambers, Bass - Janet Putman, Harp - Al Block, Flute - Harold Feldman, Flute - Romeo Penque, Oboe - Jack Knitzer, Bassoon - Danny Bank, Bass Clarinet - Ernie Royal, Trumpet - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Louis Mucci, Trumpet - Johnny Coles, Trumpet - Jimmy Buffington, French Horn - Joe Singer, French Horn - Tony Miranda, French Horn - Dick Hixon, Trombone - Frank Rehak, Trombone

Originally released 1960. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
The Pan Piper
Miles Davis
00:03:56

Miles Davis, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Trumpet, Associated Performer, Trumpet - Teo Macero, Producer - Elvin Jones, Percussion - G.Evans, Composer, Lyricist - Jose Mangual, Percussion - Jimmy Cobb, Drums - Paul Chambers, Bass - Janet Putman, Harp - Al Block, Flute - Harold Feldman, Flute - Romeo Penque, Oboe - Jack Knitzer, Bassoon - Danny Bank, Bass Clarinet - Ernie Royal, Trumpet - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Louis Mucci, Trumpet - Johnny Coles, Trumpet - Jimmy Buffington, French Horn - Joe Singer, French Horn - Tony Miranda, French Horn - Dick Hixon, Trombone - Frank Rehak, Trombone

Originally released 1960. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Saeta
Miles Davis
00:05:35

Miles Davis, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Teo Macero, Producer - Elvin Jones, Percussion - Gil Evans, Composer, Lyricist - Phil Schaap, Mastering Engineer - Jose Mangual, Percussion - Jimmy Cobb, Drums - Tom ''Curly'' Ruff, Engineer - Mark Wilder, Mastering Engineer - Fred Plaut, Recording Engineer - Paul Chambers, Bass - Janet Putman, Harp - Al Block, Flute - Harold Feldman, Flute - Romeo Penque, Oboe - Jack Knitzer, Bassoon - Danny Bank, Bass Clarinet - Ernie Royal, Trumpet - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Louis Mucci, Trumpet - Johnny Coles, Trumpet - Jimmy Buffington, French Horn - Joe Singer, French Horn - Tony Miranda, French Horn - Dick Hixon, Trombone - Frank Rehak, Trombone

Originally released 1960. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
Solea
Miles Davis
00:15:38

Miles Davis, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Gil Evans, Composer, Conductor, Lyricist - Elvin Jones, Percussion - Jose Mangual, Percussion - Jimmy Cobb, Drums - Paul Chambers, Bass - Janet Putman, Harp - Al Block, Flute - Harold Feldman, Flute - Romeo Penque, Oboe - Jack Knitzer, Bassoon - Danny Bank, Bass Clarinet - Ernie Royal, Trumpet - Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Louis Mucci, Trumpet - Johnny Coles, Trumpet - Jimmy Buffington, French Horn - Joe Singer, French Horn - Tony Miranda, French Horn - Dick Hixon, Trombone - Frank Rehak, Trombone - Teo Macero, Producer - Tom ''Curly'' Ruff, Engineer - Mark Wilder, Mastering Engineer - Phil Schaap, Mastering Engineer - Fred Plaut, Recording Engineer

Originally released 1960. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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