Let's Remember Chet Baker

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This time around Jan Hasenöhrl  & The Loop Jazz Orchestra are returning to the music of jazz trumpet legend Chet Baker. We can especially look forward to hearing tracks from two of his albums released in the 1950s on which the jazz band was accompanied by a beautifully arranged strings section. Refining the style of his playing as well as occasionally joining him on the stage, saxophonist Stan Getz was Baker's companion for a substantial chunk of his career. At our concert in November his parts will be taken on by David Fárek.



  • I’m Thru With Love, Matty Malneck, Fuddling Livingston
  • You Don’t Know What Love Is, Gene de Paul, Don Raye
  • I Love You, Cole Porter
  • Love, Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane
  • Early Autumn, Ralph Burns, Woody Herman 
  • The Song Is You, Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern 
  • When I Fall In Love, Victor Young, Edward Heyman
  • Star Eyes, I’ll Remember April, Gene de Paul
  • Autumn In NYC, Vernon Duke
  • Streets of Dreams, Victor Young
  • Love Walked In, George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
  • What a Difference a Day Made, Maria Grever, Stanley Adams
  • A Little Duet for Zoot and Chet, Jack Montrose
  • My Funny Valentine, Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
  • Just Friends, John Klenner, Sam M. Lewis / It’s You Or No One, Sammy Cahn
  • Trickleydidlier, Shorty Rogers


  • Jan Hasenöhrl, trumpet
  • David Fárek, saxophones
  • Sonny Vargas, vocal 
  • Vít Pospíšil, piano, conductor
  • Radek Krampl, vibraphone 
  • Lukáš Chejn, guitar
  • Tomáš Uhlík, bass
  • Martin Šulc, drums
  • Camillo Caller, percusion
  • Czech National Symphony Orchestra