Leonard Bernstein - What Is Jazz? mp3 flac
Complete your Leonard Bernstein collection. CL 919. Leonard Bernstein. What Is Jazz? (LP, Album, Mono). O Que É Jazz? (LP, Album). LPCB 30020, LPCB-30020.
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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Philips (catalog number BBL 7149). This album was released in 1957 year. The album included the following session artists: Bass.
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By 1956, jazz was entering its hard bop phase, far from its New Orleans birthplace. At the same time, it was fracturing into several international genres, with the influence of Latin rhythms and the south sea breezes of lounge. Rock and Roll was just about to displace this music as a public menace du jour (or a passing fad as some thought). This fascinating Columbia release from 1956 finds the composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein setting down his thoughts on the art form of jazz. A spoken word record with samples from ragtime to Miles Davis, Bernstein's defense-as-lecture is a window.
The heart of this album is Bernstein explaining jazz from a musical perspective - melody, syncopation, structure, the nature of improvisation, and a brief discussion of the various forms of jazz as of the time of the recording in 1956.
Leonard Bernstein - What is Jazz? Quote. I began to like the Jazz from the 60's and I never quite was able to look in to the historical forms the same way. Jazz in the fifties is like a completely different story, it is almost closer to classical music that to the experimental forms of the last jazz pioneers.
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- Bass – Eddie Jones
- Clarinet – Buster Bailey
- Drums – Gus Johnson
- Featuring – Bessie Smith, Buck Clayton, Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis, Teo Macero
- Guitar – Freddie Green
- Piano – Leonard Bernstein
- Producer – George Avakian
- Tenor Saxophone – Coleman Hawkins
- Trombone – Lawrence Brown
NotesMr. Bernstein looks at Jazz with the assistance of several of its leading exponents.
|CL 919||Leonard Bernstein||What Is Jazz? (LP, Album, Mono)||Columbia||CL 919||US||1956|
|KLP 587||Leonard Bernstein||What Is Jazz? (LP, Album, Mono)||Coronet||KLP 587||Australia||Unknown|
|LPCB 30020, LPCB-30020||Leonard Bernstein||Isto É Jazz (LP, Album)||Columbia, Columbia||LPCB 30020, LPCB-30020||Brazil||Unknown|
|ALD 6148||Leonard Bernstein||What Is Jazz? (LP, Album)||CBS||ALD 6148||South Africa||1956|
|CL 919||Leonard Bernstein||What Is Jazz (LP, Album, Mono, RP)||Columbia||CL 919||US||Unknown|