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It certainly grabbed hold of my attention! The playing by the quartet aka The Boston Band is excellent throughout, and the sound quality is as good as you could wish for, with mastering by Seth Foster. This release is without any doubt candidate for top archival reissue of the year so whatever you do, don't miss it! This is an absolute gem of a recording - it boggles the mind why it hasn't been released up untill now. If you have heard the "Storyville" recording and enjoyed that, then you're in for a treat.
I have practically everything Stan recorded - and that's a lot - this is as good as anything I've heard. He's on superb boptastic form, the ideas and facility just pours out of him, and the band is killin' - it's just a shame he sits out on "Impressions".
It's a shame in a way the Bossa thing came along, as good as some of it is, coz this is Stan heading in a really progressive direction - definitely influenced by the fact he was touring with Trane at the time. So to sum up, it's a stonker and brilliantly recorded, so go get it - no disappointment included. In the former, Getz 'beautiful sound' has a sublime quality, causing goosebumps; in the latter the energy levels raise the excitement level to close to fever pitch.
Sound quality is very good, and the booklet gives some fascinating detail on each of the participants. An essential purchase for all Getz fans. One person found this helpful. This is Stan Getz at his best, playing live! The music choices is great and it goes wthout saying that the playing is superb! As expected. This 2 CD set has 15 tracks, all but one a piano feature carry one or more splendid solos confirming both his poetic ballad interpretations and his incredible up-tempo improvisations.
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Un certain espoir. Des prises de risque. Le hasard des rencontres et les accidents C'est ainsi. Nous sommes en novembre John Neves remplace LaFaro depuis juillet. Deux sets superbes. Le quartet ne dura que quatre mois sic. Le professionnalisme de nos musiciens ne fait aucun doute. Zone de confort. Au fil du morceau, il prend de l'assurance. La rythmique assure donc fort bien. Une seule envie pour moi : d'y retourner. Bob Blumenthal signe des notes de livret passionnantes dix pages environ.
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El doble CD es simplemente fantastico. Excelente sonidobonito repertorio e increible momento de Getzjusto antes de sus discos de samba que lo caltapultaron al cielo. Momentos intensos junto a suaves melodias y siempre el inconfundible sonido de uno de los grandes maestros del saxo, Stan Getz. Amazon sempre perfetta. November eine Performance ab, die in seiner doch langen Karriere ihresgleichen sucht. Verve recorded this live concert just under 60 years Album), then seems to have mislaid the tapes or made a decision not to release the album for some unknown reason.
The date is important here, as Getz had been living in Scandinavia for a while and he just moved back when this recording was made at The Gate venue. The date is also significant because Getz made a bit of a shift right after this to cover the bossa nova world more than the pure jazz world. There's actually two concerts recorded here, one per CD, and each is different and attractive.
The highlight on this set is the interplay between Stan Getz and Roy Haynes, which stands out as a perfect example of what a drummer can do to move the music along insert One Day At The Time - The Jaffo Gate Quartet* - Rejoice (CD drummer jokes here if you must! But Getz and Haynes are just two of the group, and both John Neves and Steve Kuhn shine here, too, pushing everything forward at a fast pace, and showing just how good the Getz group was.
There's more ballads and a slower pace to the second concert than the first, but One Day At The Time - The Jaffo Gate Quartet* - Rejoice (CD just shows these guys can do pretty much whatever they want, and do it well. Whether you go for the two CD release of the three LP release is a matter of choice more than quality, as both have near-identical presentations.
Keeping in mind this is a live recording from 60 years ago, and the audience noise is there but not obtrusive, and the engineering is typical of the Verve team at this time.
It's not great, but it's good or better, in other words. I compared both CD and LP versions, and of the two give the nod to the CD for its better breaking up of the concert onto one CD each, whereas the LP requires flipping six sides, breaking the pattern.
Of course, some prefer the tactile feel of LPs and the inherent involvement in the act of playing. The choice is yours. Neither is "better" from a pure audio point of view. The recordings here are significant, as mentioned, because of the timing in Getz's career, but also because with this stay in Scandinavia there was a lack of output from Getz. This is one of the few recordings I am aware of from those years.
And it shows Getz at the top of his form. Excellent release. Load more international reviews. Per il resto lui in attima forma ben accompagnatiosoprattutto da Kuhn. Comparable to the release of Miles Davis Live at the Plugged Nickel, these beautifully recorded sets show us the protagonist at his relaxed best, doing what he does for both his living and his pleasure. The playing by all is front rank.
The compositions are fine. I'm not too happy with the sound, though. It's acceptable, but that's all. Good value product two discs with predominantly lengthy takes. Love the combination of Stan Getz and Roy Haynes! Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky is one of the most famous composers who ever lived and as such needs no introduction.
However, chamber music is scarcely the first, second or even third musical genre with which he is associated. But, like most of the major composers of the 19th century, he made substantial contributions to the chamber music repertoire. Unfortunately, most of it remains virtually unknown and unplayed. The Quartet begins Moderato e semplicethe first theme is dominated by its syncopated striking rhythm.
The second theme, One Day At The Time - The Jaffo Gate Quartet* - Rejoice (CD, introduced by the viola, is also rhythmically intricate. Near the movement's end, the players are instructed to pick up the tempo gradually and to "play with fire" which gives an exciting flourish to the ending. The second movement, Andante Cantabileis certainly one of the most famous pieces Tchaikovsky ever wrote.
The melody from the midsection became an "international hit" and has become known through various transcriptions to millions the world over, few of whom ever heard it performed in its original scoring. Tolstoy, however, was one of those who did and is said to have been reduced to tears afterwards. The movement is based on a folksong which Tchaikovsky said he had heard from a carpenter.
The words to this marvelous melody, however, are somewhat less than enthralling: "Vanya sat on the couch and sat drinking vodka. He makes no attempt to develop the subject before introducing the famous theme of the midsection which is sung by the first violin to the cello's pizzicato accompaniment. Next comes an upbeat scherzo, Allegro non tanto e con fuocofull of rhythmic drive and syncopation.
The finale, Allegro giustoopens with a simple but sprightly theme of great energy. The second theme, introduced by the viola, is Russian in character, slower and more noble. Used by permission. Radice Chamber Music. Pyotr Tchaikovsky Nationality : Russian. String Quartet No. Duration : 29 minutes approximately. Composed : age Premiere : March 28, Published :Moscow: P. Jurgenson age From Kai Christiansen. From Edition Silvertrust.
Sergei Taneyev Student Nationality : Russian. From the Italian word for cheerful or gay. Faster than adagio but slower than allegretto cantabile, cantate, cantando — singing, lyrical, flowing chamber music, Kammermusik [G], musique de chambre [F], musica da camera [I], musica cameralis [L] — "Classical Music" for a small ensemble, generally 8 or fewer players with a canonical emphasis on players.
A range of works by opus number, uses the plural "opp. Album) single opus number may refer to a collection of works e. For misc. Posthumously assigned numbers may use "Op. Opus numbers may not precisely reflect chronology publication vs.
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