Composed by Hank Levy. Arranged by Hank Levy. The Stan Kenton Orchestra Library Series. Ballad/Swing. Score and set of parts. Published by Sierra Music (S1.SMP-562).
- Artist: Hank Levy
- Instruments: jazz ensemble
- Format: score and set of parts
- Genre: Ballad/Swing
- Lead Time: 2 to 3 weeks
- Publisher: Sierra Music
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Henry Jacob “Hank” Levy (September 27, 1927 – September 18, 2001) was an American jazz composer and saxophonist whose works often employed unusual time signatures. He is best known as a big band composer for Stan Kenton and the Don Ellis Orchestra, as well as the founder and long-time director of Towson University’s Jazz Program.
== Life and career ==
Levy was born in Baltimore. Levy was a saxophone player and briefly played baritone saxophone for Stan Kenton, but he was most known for his composing and arranging, specifically in odd time signatures. His interest in odd meters pre-dated Dave Brubeck’s Time Out album. He studied composition with George Thaddeus Jones at Catholic University in Washington, DC, and became interested in odd meters through their use by such composers as Paul Hindemith, Maurice Ravel, and Igor Stravinsky. He was also a particularly good composer of counterpoint, which can be heard in such compositions as Passacaglia and Fugue (recorded by Don Ellis on “Live At Monterey”) and Quintessence (performed, but not recorded by, Stan Kenton).