Back in the late 1950's, I heard an album called The Dixieland Story by Matty Matlock. Since his earliest arranging efforts in the early '30's, he has been considered the finest arranger in the Dixieland idiom. In this album, he took 23 standard Dixieland tunes and arranged them for six horns and 4 rhythm. They were all well-known Dixieland tunes. What impressed me so much about the album was the big sound he got out of the six horns, two trumpets, two trombones, a clarinet and a baritone sax, plus piano, bass, guitar and drums.