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Celestia - Lennie Tristano - Solo & Trios 1946/1947 (CD)

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Digression digitally remastered. I surrender dear. You don't know what love is. Don't blame me. G minor complex. Scene and varations - tania. I've found a new baby. Scene and varations - bud. East thirty-second. Scene and variations - carol. A ghost of a chance live.

Live Performance of Lennie Tristano. All the things you are live. Donna lee live. Spontaneous combustion. There will never be another you live. Charlie Parker Trio:. New York, Lennie Tristano's house. August F,M,J. All Of Me. More Unissued Vol. New York or Hackensack, NJ. July 17 F,M,P,J. Lennie's Pennies. Back Home.

Tristano's home studio. Descent Into The Maelstrom. New York, Tristano's home studio. Line Up. Turkish Mambo. East Thirty-Second. Lennie Tristano Atlantic LP June 11 F,M,P,J.

April alt. Sweet And Lovely. Background Music. If I Had You. Donna Lee alt. All The Things You Are. Melancholy Baby. Pennies In Minor. Mean To Me. Confucius Blues. Background Music alt. Manhattan Studio. Lover Man. I'll Remember April. New York, "The Half Note". Continuity I'll Remember April. She's Funny That Way. My Baby. Everything Happens To Me. Love Lines. G Minor Complex. C Minor Complex. Nick Stabulus dr. Lennie Tristano Duo with overdub :.

Just Prez. Palo Alto Scene. It's Personal. Note To Note. Lennie Tristano p Betty Scott vcl. Stairway To The Stars. Embraceable You.

Like Someone In Love. Various Artists:. October 30 F,M,P,J. Blues In D. Lennie Tristano p , Connie Kaye dr. I t's You Or No One. Copenhagen, "Tivoli Gardens Concert Hall". October 31 F,M,P,J. Darn That Dream. Lullaby Of The Leaves. Tivoli Gardens Swing. It's You Or No One. November 2 F,M,P,J. Foolin' Myself. November F , november 3 M,P,J.

Teatro dell'Arte. November 4 F,M,P,J. Almost Tea. He told the band that they were going to play without any pre-established plan: no standard melody, no set chord changes, no set key, nothing. The music would be completely improvised. Time signatures shifted constantly. Tristano changed keys so frequently that the music sounded atonal, and the group interacted without the logic and direction of a predetermined chord progression.

But Lee Konitz admitted later that at the time they were not really aware of what it was they had accomplished. Besides breaking the boundaries of jazz theory, Tristano made adventurous forays into new areas of music technology. Records were expected to reproduce a live performance, and an artist was thought to be cheating if he released a record that he was not able to play in concert.

No use is made of overdubbing or tape speeding on any selection. In addition to objecting to his unorthodox recording practices, critics found his music too intellectual, cold, unemotional, and detached. It was, his detractors maintained, not jazz at all: It did not swing.

It was not rooted in the blues. It relied too much on European models and sounds. In , Tristano reduced his club appearances and his recording schedule to devote himself to teaching. He opened his own school of jazz in New York City, the first important institution of its kind. As these musicians became more involved in their own musical careers they gave up teaching, and within a few years Tristano was forced to close the school and return to private instruction, first in his home in Queens and later on Long Island.

Tristano had a reputation as a contentious, difficult person. He was openly critical of the talent of many of highly regarded contemporaries, such as Dizzy Gillespie and Thelonious Monk. He also demanded absolute loyalty from his students and colleagues. Despite such personality problems, he acquired a name as a remarkable teacher. He inculcated precision and demanded that his students acquire a full command of their instruments. Every student began the same way. Only after students were intimately familiar with these accomplished solos were they allowed to start working on solos of their own.

I once asked him about a large concern of mine, which was to eliminate what was making me play mechanically at the time. Tristano performed only rarely from the early s on. It is a grueling profession. Cold Blood. In Germany , and , Vol. It's All About the Blues. Jazz Legends [Rerooted]. Modal and Jazz Waltz. Savoy 60th Anniversary: Timeless. Piano, Composer, Primary Artist. Sharla Jackson Band.

Stay Cool. Brent Jensen. The Quintessence New York: The Quintets: Guest Artist, Piano, Primary Artist. Bebop Spoken Here [Proper]. Bert van den Brink Invites Clare Fischer. Bert van den Brink. Boplicity [Proper]. Cabu Collection. Jazz Memories. Piano, Performer, Composer, Primary Artist. Jazz Music For: Sunday Mornings. Lands End. Charlie Shoemake. Manhattan Studio.

Primary Artist, Engineer, Composer. Some New Stuff. The Fats Navarro Story. Fats Navarro. The Lost Tapes. The Road Goes on Forever. Young Miles. American Pop: An Audio History. Baby Time Series: Quiet Time.

Baby Time. Bebop Spoken Here: Tempus Fugit. Canvas of Dreams. Tracy Stark. Alan Broadbent. Don't Ask. Geoff Simkins. From Swing to Bebop. Performer, Composer, Primary Artist. Live Performances. Live in Las Vegas, Lounge Wizards. My Disease. Primary Artist, Main Personnel, Composer. That's Jazz, Vol.

Primary Artist, Arranger, Piano, Composer. Antony DeGennaro. Bird: Inspired by the Motion Picture. Michael Kanan. Cute H ey? Ivor Cutler. Dig It. El Angel. Oscar Feldman. Everything's Cool. Fats Blows Ellery Eskelin. Mixin' It Up, Vol. To Kool Chris. Notes from New York. Notes from the Underground. Bob Arthurs. Original Sounds of New York City. The Prestige Records Story. Piano, Performer, Primary Artist. Young Bird, Vol. Be Bop Story: Journey Together. David Sills. Lennie Tristano [Giants of Jazz].

Mark Turner. Out on a Limb. Palo Alto: Planet Jazz. Reggae Nights, Vol. Requiem [Giants of Jazz]. Saxophone Anthology. A Handful of Keys. Concert in Copenhagen. Hangin' Five. Jazz Piano Anthology [Box Set]. Jazz Piano Anthology: Modern Evolutions. Jazz of the 's: Greatest Hits. New York. Just Judy. Spontaneous Combustion.

Freedom Blues. Out on a Limb Lennie Tristano. Blue Boy Lennie Tristano. Atonement Lennie Tristano. Just Judy Lennie Tristano. Spontaneous Combustion Lennie Tristano.

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  2. Dilmaran says:
    Solo & Trios / is a bop music album recording by LENNIE TRISTANO released in on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes LENNIE TRISTANO Solo & Trios /'s: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, buy online: ebay and amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by some experts, collaborators and members.
  3. Zulkihn says:
    後半はソロピアノで彼の独自の世界が堪能できる。もちろんLennie Tristanoのオリジナルこそが彼の最高傑作だが、これもリー・コニッツを含んだ演奏もあり、最初から彼のアンソロジー的代表作の感もあるので、あまり難しいことを言わずにトリスターノの.
  4. Daijas says:
    Lennie Tristano est un pianiste et compositeur de jazz américain né le 19 mars à Chicago et mort le 18 novembre à New York. Biographie Les débuts Né en à Chicago, en pleine épidémie de grippe espagnole, Leonard Joseph Tristano a la vue gravement affectée et, à, est pratiquement faugladtauscinagcirsinglenmaerisdeansti.xyzinfo est placé dans un établissement spécialisé.
  5. Vizuru says:
    Type: Person, Gender: Male, Born: in Chicago, Died: in Queens, Area: United States.
  6. Tojaran says:
    A thesis discussing the jazz musician Billy Bauer.
  7. Meztirn says:
    Tutti gli album di Tristano Lennie (CD album) in offerta (discografia); CD e dischi in vendita online a prezzi scontati su La Feltrinelli. Tristano Lennie € 16, Supersonic Tristano Lennie € 15, Tristano Lennie € 16, Supersonic Portr Tristano Lennie € 16,
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Solos & Trios / on Discogs. Label: EPM Musique - ,Jazz Archives (2) - N° • Format: CD Compilation • Country: France • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop Lennie Tristano ‎– Solos & Trios / 4/5(1).
  9. Malakus says:
    Lennie Tristano was one of the most radical voices in the jazz of the late s and early s. Called "the mystery man of jazz, a blind pianist with a reputation as a pedagogue who rarely performed in public during the last 20 years of his career," by Rolling Stone 's Robert Palmer, Tristano was responsible for a number of groundbreaking.

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