(10 Brass) (Level 4) This is an arrangement of a composition by Dan Haerle that is chalk full of optimism! Soul Mates was first recorded by the University of North Texas One O'Clock Band on Lab '99. It begins with a sax chorale in 3/4 and bursts into a ECM Latin Groove in 4. Soloists featured are alto sax and guitar. Your band will love it!!!!
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STEVE HAINES (bass) is currently the Director of the Miles Davis Program in Jazz Studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He has performed with players such as Joe Williams, Gene Smith, Mike Murley, Mark Levine, Bruce Forman, Richard Stolzman and Byron Stripling; and supported clinciains such as Tim Hagans, Fred Hersch, Lou Marini, Jim McNeely, Mike Stern, Mulgrew Miller and Kenny Garrett. He holds a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Performance from St. Francis Xavier University in Canada and a Master of Music in Jazz Studies from the University of North Texas. He has directed UNT's Three O'Clock Lab Band and was a member of the One O'Clock Lab Band with whom he traveled internationally. Haines' music for large and small jazz ensembles is published at the University of Northern Colorado Jazz Press and has been broadcast on the Canadian Broadcasting Cooperation's national radio shows Jazz Beat and All the Best. He has served internationally as a clinician and as an adjudicator for large and small jazz ensembles at numerous high schools, colleges and universities. At UNCG, he is the Director of the annual UNCG All-State High School Jazz Band. Most recently, Steve has recorded a compact disc entitled Beginner's Mind with his quintet, to be released on Artist's House. This past summer, he orchestrated and arranged a musical entitled Ella: The Life and Music of Ella Fitzgerald.