Contrabass – Bertram Turetzky. Design, Layout – Karen Brookman. Trombone, Liner Notes – George E. Lewis. Recorded on 26 November 1997 at Sonic Solutions.
Bertram Turetzky (b. 1933) is a contemporary American double bass performer, music teacher, author of 'The Contemporary Contrabass,' and husband of flutist Nancy Turetzky.
Треклист: George E. Lewis & Bertram Turetzky - Conversations 1998. Жанр: avant-garde Год выпуска: 1998 Издатель (лейбл): Incus, CD32 Формат: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Битрейт аудио: lossless Продолжительность 54& Источник: what. E. Lewis & Bertram Turetzky - Conversations 9 - The Ecumenical Blues. wav Peak level 8. % Extraction speed . X Track quality 10. % Test CRC CCA719C2 Copy CRC CCA719C2 Track not present in AccurateRip database Copy OK None of the tracks are present in the AccurateRip database No errors occurred End of status report -- CUETools DB Plugin.
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This series of duets between trombonist George Lewis and bassist Bertham Turetzky is anything but a minimally theoretical recording. Here are workouts ("North Country Diatribe"), songs ("Brief Ballad" and "After Dark"), deep funky blues ("Ecumenical Blues"), and truly wooly improvisations ("Take One").
George E. Lewis: When I went to Yale, at first I was pretty naïve about what you could do and what you should be doing. So the idea was to do some professional thing, because that’s what you were supposed to do if you were a regular reader of Ebony magazine-you wanted to be in that part of the paper where they show what the cool blacks are doing. And then I went to UC San Diego with the help of Stuart Dempster, who didn’t teach there, and Bert Turetzky, who did, and Roger Reynolds, and then we brought in people like Anthony Davis. Isn’t that a strange community of people already? Some people might think so.
Conversations (with Bertram Turetzky) is a avant-garde jazz music album recording by GEORGE LEWIS (TROMBONE) released in 1998 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
He has been a member of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) since 1971 and is a pioneer of computer music. Born in Chicago, Illinois, Lewis graduated from Yale University in 1974 with a degree in philosophy
Bertram Turetzky (born February 14, 1933) is a contemporary American double bass (contrabass) soloist, teacher, and author of The Contemporary Contrabass (1974, 1989), a book that looked at a number of new and interesting ways of playing the double bass including featuring it as a solo performance vehicle with no other instrumental accompaniment. Turetzky first recorded in 1964, featuring the work of American composers George Perle, Edgard Varèse, Donald Martino, Kenneth Gaburo, Ben Johnston, and an early instrument and tape piece by Charles Whittenburg. Recording activities.
|1||North Country Diatribe||3:23|
|4||Take One (With Apologies To Paul Desmond)||5:09|
|5||Blues For Lester B,||6:11|
|7||Happy To You||7:54|
|9||The Ecumenical Blues||4:08|
- Contrabass – Bertram Turetzky
- Design, Layout – Karen Brookman
- Trombone, Liner Notes – George E. Lewis*