The new set restored the original festival performance after a recording from the Voice of America (which broadcast the performance) was discovered and, among other things, the odd timbre of the Gonsalves performance. Gonsalves, it turned out, stepped up to the wrong microphone to play his legendary solo; he stepped up to the VOA's microphone and not the band's . Part of the appearances by John Coltrane and Archie Shepp from the 1965 Festival appeared on the album New Thing at Newport. A set by Herbie Mann featuring Chick Corea, at that same year's festival, was released on the album Standing Ovation at Newport. Mann also released an album, mostly recorded at that performance, titled New Mann at Newport (1967).
B1. –The New Concert Orchestra. Symphony (First Movement).
Vibrations In Motion. A1. –The New Dance Orchestra (Augmented). Composed By – Sam Fonteyn. A2. A3. Vibrations In Motion. A4. Concerto For Romance. A5. Sophisticated Primitive. A6.
Eclipse, the new album by piano prodigy Joey Alexander, was recorded in just over three days. It features contributions from saxophonist Joshua Redman, bassist Reuben Alexander, and drummer Erick Harland, and its sound ranges from classical jazz to gospel. This album represents who I am, says Alexander, and I’m looking forward to bringing people on the journey. KENNY BARRON QUINTET – Concentric Circles (Blue Note Records) Release date: May 4. Pianist Kenny Barron celebrates his 75th birthday and the 50th year of his recording career with a new album. It sees him playing as part of a band of a group including bassist Peter Martin and drummer MckNasty. The album’s ten tracks are described as mining the influence of visionary jazz, while featuring all kinds of texture, sounds, and signals from the over-saturated London streets.
Everyone knows that jazz in New York is some of the best in the world. But with so many live-music venues around the city, how do you pick where to go? We’ve rounded up the top jazz clubs NYC has to offer from Greenwich Village, Manhattan to Gowanus, Brooklyn, touching on hallowed landmarks, swanky newcomers, cutting-edge outer-borough spots, no-frills joints, date-idea destinations and more. The Stone at The New School Glass Box Theatre. Since 2005, the prolific composer and improviser John Zorn has operated his nonprofit venue, The Stone, with one-of-a-kind curated lineups and a h policy out of an East Village storefront. The 16-piece Vanguard Jazz Orchestra has been the Monday-night regular for more than five decades years.
In 2018, jazz continued to surge into new zones, with up-and-comers like Chicago’s Makaya McCraven and London’s Nubya Garcia and Shabaka Hutchings stirring up serious street-level buzz. Meanwhile, the old guard kept right on pushing, as master musicians in their seventies and eighties - from saxophonists Wayne Shorter, Charles Lloyd and Peter Brötzmann to drummer Andrew Cyrille - turned in outstanding, challenging work
Jazz Outreach Initiative. Non-profit organisation. The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra. In this classic episode of Recollect, Paul talks about his early influences, including Gerry Mulligan and Joe Temperley. Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. 12 March at 10:00 ·. Happy birthday to Paul Nedzela, baritone sax player in the JLCO! Here, Paul is seen warming up backstage at a 2017 concert in Hangzhou, China. The JLCO is currently back in China. Check the full schedule: jazz. Photo by Frank Stewart for JALC).
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|A1.1||–The New Concert Orchestra||Pretty Girl||0:58|
|A1.2||–The New Concert Orchestra||Pretty Girl||0:28|
|A1.3||–The New Concert Orchestra||Pretty Girl||0:18|
|A1.4||–The New Concert Orchestra||Pretty Girl||0:08|
|A2.1||–The New Concert Orchestra||Autumn Shadows||0:58|
|A2.2||–The New Concert Orchestra||Autumn Shadows||0:28|
|A2.3||–The New Concert Orchestra||Autumn Shadows||0:18|
|A2.4||–The New Concert Orchestra||Autumn Shadows||0:08|
|A3.1||–The New Concert Orchestra||Colonial Setting||0:58|
|A3.2||–The New Concert Orchestra||Colonial Setting||0:28|
|A3.3||–The New Concert Orchestra||Colonial Setting||0:18|
|A3.4||–The New Concert Orchestra||Colonial Setting||0:13|
|A3.5||–The New Concert Orchestra||Colonial Setting||0:08|
|A4.1||–The New Concert Orchestra||Mini-Band||0:58|
|A4.2||–The New Concert Orchestra||Mini-Band||0:28|
|A4.3||–The New Concert Orchestra||Mini-Band||0:18|
|A4.4||–The New Concert Orchestra||Mini-Band||0:13|
|A4.5||–The New Concert Orchestra||Mini-Band||0:08|
|B1.1||–The New Concert Orchestra||Simple||0:13|
|B1.2||–The New Concert Orchestra||Glamorous||0:13|
|B1.3||–The New Concert Orchestra||Happy Action||0:13|
|B1.4||–The New Concert Orchestra||Lush Exotic||0:13|
|B1.5||–The New Concert Orchestra||Dainty||0:13|
|B1.6||–The New Concert Orchestra||Mysterious||0:13|
|B1.7||–The New Concert Orchestra||Rhythmic||0:43|
|B1.8||–The New Concert Orchestra||Waltz Theme||0:43|
|B1.9||–The New Concert Orchestra||Happy Action||0:58|
|B1.10||–The New Concert Orchestra||Romantic Waltz||0:58|
|B1.11||–The New Concert Orchestra||Neutral||0:58|
|B2.1||–The New Jazz Group||Untitled||0:09|
|B2.2||–The New Jazz Group||Untitled||0:08|
|B2.3||–The New Jazz Group||Untitled||0:13|
|B2.4||–The New Jazz Group||Untitled||0:13|
|B2.5||–The New Jazz Group||Untitled||0:13|
|B2.6||–The New Jazz Group||Untitled||0:07|
|B2.7||–The New Jazz Group||Untitled||0:13|
|B2.8||–The New Jazz Group||Untitled||0:08|
|B2.9||–The New Jazz Group||Untitled||0:35|
|B2.10||–The New Jazz Group||Untitled||0:16|
|B2.11||–The New Jazz Group||Untitled||0:24|
|B2.12||–The New Jazz Group||Untitled||0:15|
|B2.13||–The New Jazz Group||Untitled||0:18|
|B2.14||–The New Jazz Group||Untitled||0:23|
|B2.15||–The New Jazz Group||Untitled||0:18|
|B2.16||–The New Jazz Group||Untitled||0:20|
|B2.17||–The New Jazz Group||Untitled||0:27|
- Composed By – Trevor Duncan (tracks: B), Willis Schaefer* (tracks: A)