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Friedrich Gulda - Piano And Big Band!! (Vinyl, LP)

Posted on 01.10.2019 by Kazirr
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9 Responses to Friedrich Gulda - Piano And Big Band!! (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Shaktikasa says:
    It was exactly this group of Gulda that went into a studio in Saarbrücken and recorded the LP “Music For Piano And Band“ on September in , but it lacks the live feeling that Gulda’s group had at the following concert at the Berlin Auditorium. Gulda’s fascination with jazz derived from his .
  2. Goltirg says:
    Five years later, Gulda played his first American jazz concert at New York's Birdland club, followed by a performance at the Newport Jazz Festival. After this, Gulda formed the Eurojazz Orchestra, a jazz combo and big band that drew from both jazz and classical compositions.
  3. Faekazahn says:
    View all records by Friedrich Gulda for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format.
  4. Turn says:
    Amazing stuff – and one of the hippest records ever cut by pianist Friedrich Gulda! Unlike some of his other more modernist efforts, this one's got a really free swing to it – and it features a spare stripped-down approach that has Gulda's work on piano and "electra piano" LP, Vinyl record album.
  5. Nill says:
    When people think of the great Austrian pianist Friedrich Gulda () they tend to think of two things: the classic and romantic Austro-German repertoire, and jazz. Gulda was a child prodigy who came to fame early and whose reputation was made playing Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert/5(4).
  6. Shajinn says:
    LP: From Vienna with Jazz - Friedrich Gulda. Music for piano and band, No klepenpomavasbulirestopktendpope.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  7. Doulabar says:
    Music for 4 Soloists and Band No. 1, an Album by Friedrich Gulda. Released in on SABA (catalog no. SB ST; Vinyl LP). Genres: Third Stream. Featured peformers: Friedrich Gulda (piano, leader, composer, arranger), Freddie Hubbard (trumpet), Stan Roderick (trumpet), Kenny Wheeler (trumpet, mellophone), Robert Politzer (flugelhorn), Erich Kleinschuster (trombone), J. J. Johnson.
  8. Mall says:
    rows · Classical and jazz pianist and composer, Friedrich Gulda was one of Austria's premiere .
  9. Zolonos says:
    From the packaging provided by Decca, you might assume that this was simply a pleasant collection of the major Beethoven piano sonatas. Nearly all the big hitters are in here, apart from the Pathetique and the Hammerklavier. The inside notes provide nothing more than a thumbnail of each sonata, concluding with "Friedrich Gulda, piano"/5(6).

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