Moondog: Moondog (1969)

Stamping Ground
Symphonique #3 (Ode to Venus)
Symphonique #6 (Good for Goodie)
Minisym #1
Lament I, "Bird's Lament"
Witch of Endor
Symphonique #1 (Portrait of a Monarch)

Moondog (Louis Hardin):

composition & musical direction
conducting on "Minisym #1" (Andante Adagio only) & "Witch of Endor" (trio section)
trimbas on "Witch of Endor" (dance section)
unspecified instrumental performance on "Minisym #1" (possibly playing hüs)

Harold Bennet, Andrew Lolya - flutes
Harold Jones, Hubert Laws - piccolos
Henry Shuman, Irving Horowitz - cor anglaises
Jimmy Abato, George Silfies, Phil Bodner - clarinets
Ernie Bright - bass clarinet
Jack Knitzer, Don Macourt, Ryohei Nakagawa, George Berg, Joyce Kelly - bassoons
Wally Kane - bassoon, baritone saxophone
Teddy Weiss, Mel Broiles, Alan Dean - trumpets
Joe Wilder - trumpet, flugelhorn
Danny Repole - bass trumpet
James Buffington, Richard Berg, Ray Alonge, Brooks Tillotson - French horns
Don Butterfield - tuba
Bill Stanley - tuba, tenor tuba
Bill Elton, John Swallow, Phil Giardina - tenor tuba
Tony Studd, Charles Small, Buddy Morrow - tenor trombone
Paul Faulise - bass trombone
Jack Jennings, Dave Carey, Elayne Jones, Bob Rosengarden - percussion
Paul Gershman, Aaron Rosand - violins
Emanuel Vardi, David Schwartz, Eugene Becker, Raoul Poliakin - violas
George Ricci, Charles McCracken - celli
Joe Tekula - contrabass cello
Raoul Poliakin, Eugene Becker - tenore
George Duvivier, Ron Carter, Alfred Brown, Louis Hardin - bass
Marc Unger, John Draper, Pam Gross - music copyists

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Some of the most beautiful music I've ever heard, and I've never even heard of him before this.



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