8 Reply to “ How About You? - Lee Konitz - Live At The Half Note (CD, Album) ”

  1. From time to time throughout his career, altoist Lee Konitz puts together a nonet to perform his music. The Lee Konitz Nonet is a bit unusual in that it includes bass clarinet (two different players split the duties) and cello in the group. Ohad Talmor's arrangements of Konitz's originals (plus his own "Warmer in Heaven") are colorful, haunting and full of subtle surprises.
  2. Zoot Sims - Baden-Baden – June 23, album download Jazz. Label: Jazzhaus ‎– , SWR Music ‎– , Arthaus Musik ‎– Series: Lost Tapes – Type: Vinyl, LP, Album, Remastered Country: Germany Date of released: Category: Jazz Style: Bop.
  3. 5 -===- C:\Bill Evans, Warne Marsh, Lee Konitz, Paul Motian - Live At The Half Note (, ) [2CD] {Jazz Lips Music }\CD1\05 - You Stepped Out Of A stonescarkagataursharphammer.xyzinfo Извлечение успешно выполнено Заключение: этот трек - CDDA с вероятностью % Временный файл удалён.
  4. Lyrics to How About You? by Lee Konitz from the Live at the Half Note album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! Login. Lee Konitz (born October 13, ) is an American jazz composer and alto saxophonist born in Chicago, Illinois.
  5. Lee Konitz You And Lee / Arrangements by Jimmy Giuffre Verve MGV SIGNED & Inscribed "Dear Marian, It was a real treat to play together --keep Swinging'!Lee" Ms. McPartland's name and address stamped on the back of the jacket as well, This record comes from the estate record collection of Jazz Pianist Marian McPartland, jacket is VG+, with some age wear and seam splitting, vinyl is 5/5(1).
  6. Recorded February 24 and possibly March 3, at the Half Note, New York City. Cover illustration based on a photograph by Lee Tanner. Cardboard sleeve (mini LP) reissue from Lee Konitzy featuring DSD mastering from the original analog tapes, Part of seven-album Lee Konitz Cardboard sleeve (mini LP) reissue series featuring the albums "Very Cool," "Tranquility," "Lee Konitz With Strings / An.
  7. The music on this two-CD set has a strange history. Pianist Lennie Tristano had a rare reunion with altoist Lee Konitz and tenor saxophonist Warne Marsh (his two greatest "students") during an extended stay at the Half Note in Tristano took Tuesday nights off to teach and Bill Evans was his substitute, but the pianist had a couple of those performances recorded for posterity/
  8. The creative partnership of alto saxophonist Lee Konitz() and tenor saxophonist Warne Marsh(), both students of pianist/composer Lennie Tristano, came together at the Half Note, NYC on February 24 & possibly March 3, with a superb rhythm section of Bill Evans(piano); Jimmy Garrison(bass) & Paul Motian(drums)/5(8).

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