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Girotto Ferra B J - Kaleidoscopic Arabesque CD NEUInnerhalb 24 Stunden (excl. und So.). Name: Girotto Ferra B J "Kaleidoscopic Arabesque". Wir werden dies ebenfalls tun. Wir werden alles tun, um Ihr Problem gemeinsam zu lösen. Kondition: neu. Format: CD.EUR 12,39Lieferung an AbholstationKostenloser Versand
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JOHN KLEMMER -Arabesque- CDJOHN KLEMMER -Arabesque- CD auf Verve Records.EUR 7,99Lieferung an AbholstationEUR 2,00 Versand
Onaje Allan Gumbs - Moment to MomentCarmen Lundy - Moment to Moment 5:59. Director : Onaje Allan Gumbs. Carmen Lundy - You'll Always Have a Part of Me 4:50. Piano : Onaje Allan Gumbs. Keyboard Arrangements : Onaje Allan Gumbs. Carmen Lundy - Time for Love 4:20.EUR 13,45Aus SchweizKostenloser Versand
Blake - Meaning of ArtWebster's Dictionary would define the meaning of Art Farmer as "a cool, swinging, mainstream, jazz trumpeter and bandleader," but that only partially describes what Farmer does on this CD. His approach is a democratic one -- solos to his bandmates, doled out liberally, are concise.
Schoeppach - Live in EuropeDue to Schoeppach's versatility, Douglas' inventive originals (only a Hungarian folk song and a classical melody from Robert Schumann are not by the trumpeter) and the interplay between the musicians, this project is a strong success.EUR 18,28Aus SchweizKostenloser Versand
Myra Melford's Crush - Dance Beyond the ColorThis the debut recording of pianist Myra Melford's Crush trio. Electric bassist Stomu Takeishi and drummer Kenny Wolleson do much to bring out the strange beauty of Melford's compositions, which range from the perky tempos of "Dance Beyond the Color" and "Yellow Are Crowds of Flowers II" to the shapeless soundscapes of "Orange" and "Chalk Sanskrit.".
STUBBLEFIELD - AmethystThe band Billy Hart assembled for this fine session is remarkable: John Stubblefield on tenor and soprano saxes, Mark Feldman on violin, David Kikoski on piano, David Fiuczynski on guitar, and Santi Debriano on bass.
Scott Colley - Magic LineColley's fourth album is his first for the path-breaking Arabesque label. Like the earlier This Place, The Magic Line is a trio record that features Chris Potter on saxes and Bill Stewart on drums. But this time the repertoire is entirely original.
Thoms - EnchantmentNew York City-reared pianist Hilton Ruiz honed his style while learning from among the best and brightest in jazz. Ruiz states in the liners, "Play the melodies clearly and make them pretty so people can recognize them and hear the song.".
Myra Melford - Yet Can SpringA powerful duo release featuring two of avant-garde jazz's contemporary masters. Melford plays acoustic piano exclusively while Marty Ehrlich moves among alto sax, clarinet, and bass clarinet. Each partner contributes three compositions, some of which have appeared on their own previous albums in full-ensemble contexts.
John O'Gallagher - AbacusThe dry-toned altoist John O'Gallagher explores seven of his abstract originals, Lee Konitz's "Hi Beck," and a piece by Arnold Schoenberg on this continually interesting CD. Eric Dolphy is an influence on the altoist's sound (particularly on "String Theory"), but O'Gallagher has his own improvising conception.
Daniel Chriss - ContinuumDirector : Daniel Chriss. Ray Drummond - Blues from the Sketchpad 7:25. Ray Drummond - Equipoise 6:51. Ray Drummond - Intimacy of the Blues 5:00. Ray Drummond - Gloria's Step 11:51. Ray Drummond - Some Serious Steppin' 8:23.
Jane Ira Bloom - Sometimes the MagicJane Ira Bloom looms as one of the most important soprano saxophonists in modern jazz. Armed with a distinctive tone and a proclivity to execute serpentine lines amid various tremolo and vibrato techniques, the artist also reaps the benefits of a topnotch rhythm section on this 2001 release.
Moreno - AntidotePianist Marc Cary presents a different approach with this recording. No drummer but two percussionists, Daniel Moreno and Yarbrough Charles Laws, are holding down the rhythm. This allows the music to breathe in a unique Afro-Cuban, labyrinth dark, or more contemporized ways.EUR 20,95Aus SchweizKostenloser Versand
Tony Malaby - SabinoAnd Malaby, a whirlwind of tonal and rhythmic intensity, lets listeners have it with multiphonic flurries and screams held together with tightly executed melodic lines. His compositions tend toward rubato, tension-filled themes such as "Mia" and "Remolino/Hamza.".
CHUCK STENTZ - Endless FingersBert Wilson, a survivor of the 1960s, has maintained a low profile through the decades but is still a major improviser. Most of his recordings for the past 15 years have been with his own FMO label, making this better-distributed effort for Arabesque probably the most available of all of his sets.