Phil Collins Big Band Bash

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200B0120000612

Phil Collins presents an eight-part series focusing on big bands.

This first programme features the compositions of the early jazz writers such as Jelly Roll Morton, Louis Armstrong, Fats Waller and Bix Beiderbecke, and looks at the immense influence they have had on modern big bands.

200B0120000612

Phil Collins presents an eight-part series focusing on big bands.

This first programme features the compositions of the early jazz writers such as Jelly Roll Morton, Louis Armstrong, Fats Waller and Bix Beiderbecke, and looks at the immense influence they have had on modern big bands.

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Phil Collins presents a series looking at the evolution and development of big bands.

This programme features famous big band duos, trios and quartets.

200B0220000619

Phil Collins presents a series looking at the evolution and development of big bands.

This programme features famous big band duos, trios and quartets.

200B0320000626

Phil Collins presents a series looking at the evolution and development of big bands.

This third programme looks at how big bands have breathed new life into established pieces, from pop songs to show tunes.

With music from the Doors and the Stones to Julie Andrews.

200B0320000626

Phil Collins presents a series looking at the evolution and development of big bands.

This third programme looks at how big bands have breathed new life into established pieces, from pop songs to show tunes.

With music from the Doors and the Stones to Julie Andrews.

200B0420000703

In his continuing his series tracing the evolution of big bands, Phil Collins turns the spotlight on the blues, showing how bands have reinterpreted the music of their forefathers and even managed to cheer it up a bit!.

200B0420000703

In his continuing his series tracing the evolution of big bands, Phil Collins turns the spotlight on the blues, showing how bands have reinterpreted the music of their forefathers and even managed to cheer it up a bit!.

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In his continuing his series tracing the evolution of big bands, Phil Collins looks at the interesting, the unusual and the downright quirky - from a big band version of Verdi's `Anvil Chorus' to Cleo Laine singing the titles of the entire works of Shakespeare in 90 seconds.

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In his continuing his series tracing the evolution of big bands, Phil Collins looks at the interesting, the unusual and the downright quirky - from a big band version of Verdi's `Anvil Chorus' to Cleo Laine singing the titles of the entire works of Shakespeare in 90 seconds.

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In his continuing his series tracing the evolution of big bands, Phil Collins explores the influence of Latin American music on big bands, including music from AFRICAn, Spanish and French cultures that have been transplanted to South and Central America.

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In his continuing his series tracing the evolution of big bands, Phil Collins explores the influence of Latin American music on big bands, including music from AFRICAn, Spanish and French cultures that have been transplanted to South and Central America.

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In the penultimate programme of his series tracing the evolution of big bands, Phil Collins explores the influence on today's soloists of the greats of the past like Benny Goodman, Harry James, Kenny Baker and Gerry Mulligan.

200B0720000724

In the penultimate programme of his series tracing the evolution of big bands, Phil Collins explores the influence on today's soloists of the greats of the past like Benny Goodman, Harry James, Kenny Baker and Gerry Mulligan.

200B0820000731

Phil Collins concludes his series on the evolution of big bands by celebrating the music of Frank Sinatra and his friends.

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Phil Collins concludes his series on the evolution of big bands by celebrating the music of Frank Sinatra and his friends.