Keith Jarrett - Two Encores mp3 album
This was not really official until now, but Keith Jarrett has apparently confirmed that the Standards Trio is no more. Here’s the relevant excerpt from an interview published in the latest issue of Jazzwise: I don’t have a trio now s. ll I know is that I’m not going to look for other guys who I would need 30 years to get as good as we got, that’s the biggest problem of all. How much rapport and understanding we had, it’s unmatched anywhere I think. This is corroborated by another interview (or a translation of the same interview?) published in the latest issue of Jazz Magazine
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Keith Jarrett, Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester Saarbrücken, Dennis Russell Davies. Keith Jarrett plays Samuel Barber’s Piano Concerto op. 38 and Béla Bartók’s Piano Concerto no. 3. These recordings, made in 1984 and 1985 in Saarbrücken and Tokyo, make a significant addition to the pianist’s discography as an interpreter of notated music. Jarrett’s recordings of classical repertoire for ECM have focused primarily on Bach and Mozart, though there are also exemplary albums of Handel’s keyboard music, and Shostakovich’s Bach-inspired Preludes and Fugues as well as a crucially important contribution to Arvo Pärt’s Tabula Rasa. The two concertos on this new album are particularly distinguished for their lyrical qualities.
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For the past two decades, Keith Jarrett's main context for playing jazz has been his trio with bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette, which in 2003 celebrates its 20th Anniversary together. The trio first played together in 1977, when Jarrett and DeJohnette played on Peacock's first ECM Records recording, Tales of Another (Jarrett and DeJohnette had already played together in the late-'60's with both Charles Lloyd and Miles Davis). Featuring nearly 40 standards, Jarrett originals, plus extended trio improvisations, the CD box set was voted Album of the Year in the 1996 Downbeat Critics Poll. In 1991, two weeks after the death of Miles Davis, the trio returned to the studio for the first time in 8 years to record Bye Bye Blackbird, their deeply felt tribute to the jazz giant that all three had played with in their early years.
Keith Jarrett was born Pennsylvania to a mother of Austrian and Hungarian descent and a father of either French or Scotch-Irish descent. He grew up in suburban Allentown with significant early exposure to music. Keith Jarrett possesses absolute pitch, and he displayed prodigious musical talents as a young child. He began piano lessons just before his third birthday, and at age five he appeared on a TV talent program hosted by the swing bandleader Paul Whiteman
Biography by Thom Jurek. Prolific jazz and classical pianist, and bandleader. His 1975 improvised solo outing The Koln Concert is one of the best-selling albums in jazz history. Overview . Biography .
Keith Jarrett is recognized as one of the most creative musicians of our times - acclaimed as . .By the time Jarrett sat down to play at the Grand Theatre of the Phoenix, to give ‘La Fenice’ its full English translation, he had been making solo, largely improvised recordings with ECM for thirty-five years. Yet it can still come as a surprise to hear how fully-formed and song-like his spontaneous compositions can be. he encores with a deliciously tender ‘Blossom’ from the quartet’s classic 1974 album, ‘Belonging’. to/keithjarrett lafenice. La Fenice (Live At Teatro La Fenice, Venice, 2006) by Keith Jarrett.
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- Recorded At – Salle Pleyel
- Producer – Manfred Eicher
Notes"Enregistré à la Salle Pleyel le 25 octobre 1992"
(Recorded at Salle Pleyel, Paris)
Disque offert avec le n°672 de Jazz Magazine.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L373
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 5722
- Matrix / Runout: ￭ KDG FR -090787 ￭
- Rights Society: SACEM