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I recently attended a recital for the Les Merrill Quartet at Santa Ana College The concert took place on Friday October 4th 2002 at 1230pm in the Fine Arts Building C-104 ConcertsPerformances such as this seemed to be performed weekly I believe its meant to be more like a public recital The performance was sponsored by SCC The performers were as follows Les Merrill drums Brian Kehlenbach pianoconductor Melody Versoza vocals and Ruben Ramirez bass Brian Kehlenbach seemed to act as the lead or conductor he stood up before and after each piece to say a few words about who the piece was written by and some brief history on them The music seemed to fall more into the jazzy type category but still yet had that big band type edge All of the music was composed by Harold Arlen from the 1930s to the 1940s The Following songs were played by the Les Merrill Quartet Get Happy Ive Got the World on a String Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea Stormy Weather Lets Fall in Love Its Only a Paper Moon Come Rain or Come Shine and maybe the most famous known from its use in the Wizard of Oz Over the Rainbow We arrived and sat down to a display of four musicians all playing separate instruments one was a vocalist The piano player took a stand and acted as the composer as he said a few words before and after each piece of music played We were also all given a brief history of the music to be played and who composed it Harold Arlen It was a very successful performance and to my surprise found the music to be quite entertaining and soothing I honestly thought I was going to be holding my self up through the performance I was definitely mistaken because I found the music to be quite intriguing I was impressed with the performers
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