タグ別アーカイブ: Adrian Rollini

神戸ジャズサロン8月例会「バリトンサックスの名演」番外編

August 31,2018

今回は当日ご紹介されなかったハリー・カーネイ(Harry Carney)さんの映像含め、例会概要作成時にチェックしたYouTube映像をブログに纏めました。
ブログをご覧になって「俺の好きなバリトン奏者出てないな」と思われる方が多いと推察致しますがご容赦願います。

Photo above of Duke Ellington and Harry Carney by courtesy of
The Jan Persson Jazz Collection

Harry Carney

Here is Duke Ellington Feat. Harry Carney plays ”Sophisticated Lady”.
演奏に参加した大物サックス奏者の表情がとても面白いです。

Here is Harry Carney with Strings play “We’re In Love Again”.

Photo above of Serge Chaloff by JazzWax

寺本氏がご紹介
Here is Serge Chaloff Quartet play “All the Things You Are”.
Serge Chaloff(bs) ,Sonny Clark(p),Philly Joe Jones(ds),Leroy Vinnegar(b) LA March 14 & 16, 1956

Serge Chaloff の映像をご覧下さい。(Four Brothersが揃っています)
Here is Woody Herman Orchestra play “Northwest Passage”.

Photo above of Sahib Shihab by courtesy of Alchtron

Sahib Shihab

Here is Dizzy Gillespie Reunion Band featuring Cecil Payne & Sahib Shihab play ”Ray’s Idea” (1968)

Howard Johnson

26分と長く映像も良くないですがバリサク好きには堪らない共演

Here is Baritone Sax Quartet: Nick Brignola, Ronnie Cuber, Cecil Payne, Howard Johnson, Berlin 1985

Pepper Adams

上記映像を提供したのがPepperAdamsJazz ですので、Pepper Adamsを一曲添付しました。

Photo above of Pepper Adams by YouTube

Here is Pepper Adams Quartet play “Bossallegro”.
Pepper Adams (bars) Tommy Flanagan (p) George Mraz (b) Leroy Williams (d)  New York, March 11, 1980

以下、小生のお気に入りにお付き合い下さい。

Photo above of Adrian Rollini by courtesy of Pinterst

Adrian Rollini(例会でご紹介した音源を添付します)
Here is Joe Venuti’s Blue Four play ”Beatin’ The Dog”.
Joe Venuti(vln), Adrian Rollini(bass Saxバス・サックス), Eddie Lang(g) ,Arthur Schutt(p)
NYC, June 28, 1927

Photo of Jackie Cain and Charlie Ventura in 1948,Boots Mussulli, Conte Candoli, Jackie Cain, Charlie Ventura, Roy Kral,by Courtesy of Jeff Austin

Charlie Ventura

Here is Charlie Ventura Quartet play “Blue Prelude”.
Charlie Ventura (bars), Gene Kutch (p),Ace Tesone (b),Chick Kenny (ds)
Norgran MGN-1075 NYC.December 22, 1952.

Joe Temperley

Here is Joe Temperley plays “The Very Thought of You”. (June 10, 2012)

Lars Gullin

例会でF川氏から「平野君、なんで大好きなLars Gullin持って来なかったの」と言われました。先月の神戸ジャズ愛好会でご紹介しましたので選曲しませんでした。

1962年コペンハーゲンのカフェモンマルトルでのライブ映像
Copenhagens Jazzclub Montmartre in 1962.
Here is Dexter Gordon, Lars Gullin and Sahib Shihab play ”The Flight”.

最後に添付しました映像は小生の大好きな3人がオーケストラと共演しています。(途中の解説は Nils Lindberg)

Here is Lars Gullin with Nils Lindberg and Rolf Billberg on Swedish television.

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July 01.2018

神戸ジャズサロン(6月例会)は「兄弟(姉妹)ミュージシャン参加(仲良し夫婦も可)のアルバム」で盛り上がりました。当日は多くの会員の方が参加されました。本日もブログに添付した映像等でお楽しみ下さい。

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1.Humphrey (兄弟)
2.Wilbur Deparis(兄弟)
3 .BILLIE & DEDE PIERCE(夫婦)
4.Les Paul & Mary Ford(夫婦)

Photo by Lisle LaPlace

Here is Sweet Emma Barrett And Her Dixieland Boys play “Tishomingo blues”.
Percy Humphrey (tp) Jim Robinson (tb) Willie Humphrey (cl) Sweet Emma Barrett (p,vcl) Emanuel Sayles (bj,g) McNeal Breaux (b) Josiah “Cie” Frazier (d)
New Orleans, January 25, 1961

Tishomingo blues

Here is Wilbur DeParis And His “New” New Orleans Jazz play”.

Here is Billie & Dee Dee Pierce play “Goodbye Daddy Blues”.

Here is Les Paul & Mary Ford play “Vaya Con Dios & Sparkle”.

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鍋島直昶 (Naoteru Nabeshima)と小川理子(Michiko Ogawa) (師弟としてご紹介)

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残念ながら師弟共演の音源は著作権の関係でご紹介出来ません。本CDを購入希望の方はご連絡下さい。

Here is Riko Ogawa(小川理子) play “I’ve Found A New Baby”.

Yo Kimura(Vo,Ds) Riko Ogawa(VO,P) Katsuhiko Kitaichi(B) 2016.6.12 六甲山ホテル

世界最高齢バンド 鍋島直昶(vib),大塚善章(p),宮本直介(b)

尚、今年のコンサートについては拙ブログをご覧下さい。⇨こちら

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Adrian Rollini and Arthur Rollinite (兄弟)

下記2曲をご紹介されました。

Photo by Wikipedia

Here is Adrian Rollini and his Orchestra play “It Had To Be You”.
Mannie Klein, Dave Klein(tp),Jack Teagarden(tb),Benny Goodman(cl),Arthur Rollini(ts),Adrian Rollini(bsx),Howard Smith(p),George van Eps(g),Artie Bernstein(b),Stan King(d),Ella Logan(vo)
New York City, October 23, 1934.

Here is Adrian Rollini and his Orchestra play “Davenport Blues”.
Manny Klein, Dave Klein(tp) Jack Teagarden(tb) Benny Goodman(cl) Arthur Rollini(ts) Adrian Rollini(bsx) Howard Smith(p) George Van Eps(g) Artie Bernstein(b) Stan King(d) New York, October 23, 1934

M渡さん(神戸ジャズサロン主宰者)
Herb Geller and Lorraine Geller(夫婦)

Here is Herb Geller Quartet play “Come Rain Or Come Shine”.
Herb Geller (as) Lorraine Geller (p) Red Mitchell (b) Mel Lewis (d)
Los Angeles, April 20, 1955

Here is Lorraine Geller plays “Poinciana”.

ロレイン・ゲラー(Lorraine Geller)が死亡した頃の状況をハーブ・ゲラー(Herb Geller)がインタビューに応じています。JazzWax Interviewをご覧下さい。⇨こちら(泣)

 

Isham Jones’ compositions(4) “You’ve Got Me Crying Again”

October 06,2017

Photo above of Isham Jones by courtesy of Wikipedia

“You’ve Got Me Crying Again”   was written by Isham Jones, with lyrics by Charles Newman, and was published in 1933.

Elsie Carlisle had sang this song from early period.

She was a popular English female singer both before and during the British dance band era of the 1920s and 1930s.

Fortunately I found the video that she sang to “You’ve Got Me Crying Again”.

For more information,Go here

「You’ve Got Me Crying Again」は1933年に発表されました。(作詞 Charles Newman)

1920年代から1930年代に英国人気ダンスバンドの女性ボーカルであったElsie Carlisleは早い時期からこの曲を歌っていました。

彼女が「You’ve Got Me Crying Again」をバンドと歌っている映像をYouTubeで見つけました。

詳細についてはこちらをクリックして下さい。

Photo by courtesy of YouTube

Adrian Rollini さんもこの曲を録音しています。

Here is Miss Elsie Carlisle sings “You’ve Got Me Crying Again” (1933).

Here is Isham Jones & His Orchestra play “You’ve Got Me Crying Again”.

Here is Bing Crosby sings “You’ve got me crying again”.(1933)

Here is Coleman Hawkins Quatet play “You’ve Got Me Crying Again”.
Coleman Hawkins (ts) Billy Taylor (p) John Collins (g) Percy Heath (b) Art Blakey (ds) New York, August 25, 1950

Here is Lee Wiley sings “You’ve Got Me Crying Again”.
Bunny Berigan(tp),Tommy Dorsey(tb), Jimmy Dorsey(cl)Joe Venuti(violin),Fulton McGrath(p),Dick McDonough(g),Artie Bernstein(b),Stan King(ds).NewYork, March 7, 1933

Here is Brenda Lee sings “You’ve Got Me Crying Again” (1962).

Here is Dean Martin sings “You’ve Got Me Crying Again”.

Here is Ray Charles sings “You’ve Got Me Crying Again” .

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December 25. 2016

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Photo above of Adrian Rollini and Allen Haulon(by William P. Gottlieb from Wikimedia Commons)

Adrian Rollini died May 15, 1956, at the age of 52.

His death for a long time was somewhat of a mystery.

There are two rumors about his death.

He was sent to the hospital following a severe trauma to his ankle in the parking for a traffic accident.

He died after an 18-day stay in the hospital.
(1)The cause of his death is in a traffic accident.

(2) He truly died of mercury poisoning.
Because he had been inserted a glass tube for feeding in his stomach.

The tube was weighted with mercury.So he seemed to come mercury poisoning.

Here is Adrian Rollini Trio play “Jazz Me Blues”.

Here is Adrian Rollini Trio play “Moonglow”.

Here is Adrian Rollini and His Orchestra play “Sweet Madness “(1934).

Here is Adrian Rollini and his Orchestra play “You’ve Got Me Crying Again” (1933).

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December 24. 2016

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Photo above of Adrian Rollini from Okmusic

Red Norvo が始めた4本マレット奏法はGary Burtonが確立しました。
Adrian Rollini が4本マレットで演奏している映像を紹介します。

Red Norvo was already playing vibraphone in the late ’20s.

He was one of jazz’s early vibraphonists, known as “Mr. Swing”.

For the first time in jazz history Red used four mallets on vibraphone.

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Photo above of Red Norvo and Tal Farlow and Charles Mingus

However Adrian Rollini wasn’t recording on vibraphone until 1938.

I found a rare clip that Adrian Rollini had playing four mallets on vibraphone.

Here is Adrian Rollini Trio play “Dark Eyes”.

The late ’30s, he played in the Hotel President in New York City as leader of his trio and his Tap Room Gang.

He played popular tune for radio program time from Times Square spot.

Also he managed the club inside of the hotel for a short while as well as leading his orchestra.

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Photo above of Hotel President 238 West 48th Street New York City :NY postcard 1910s

In 1950s he settled in Florida, occasionally led groups.

Then he turned his attention fully to the hotel business.

Please refer to his recordings.Go here

Here is Adrian Rollini Trio play “Girl With Light Blue Hair”.

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December 23. 2016

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Photo above of Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra:Coleman Hawkins was to sit next to bass saxophone

多くのリード・プレイヤーはベースサックスの演奏を試みましたがほとんど成功しませんでした。コールマンホーキンスも初期のヘンダーソン楽団でベースサックスに挑戦しました。しかし、ヘンダーソン楽団の同僚たちは彼の音色を聞いてヒステリックに笑いました。その結果、ホーキンスはベースサックスを諦め、テナーサックスに専念しレジェンドになりました。

Today I will post about a difficulty of bass saxophone.

Many other reed players tried the bass saxophone, but mostly with little success.

The great Coleman Hawkins used it briefly with the Fletcher Henderson Orchestra.

His timbre was curious honks and squeaks and Henderson colleagues laughed hysterically.

So he decided to concentrate on tenor saxophone.

Fortunately we can hear his bass sax performance with Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra.

I think that it is interesting to compare the bass saxophone of Coleman Hawkins and Adrian Rollini.

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Photo above of Harry Carney

Although there were never many bass saxophonist, the baritone sax was to become the cornerstone of jazz band by Harry Caney’s effort.

Harry Carney said “I actually tried to get a sound as big as Adrian Rollini, who was playing bass sax at that time . . . so I suppose whatever sound I get goes back to that.”

Rollini gave up the bass saxophone for the last time in 1938.

Then he continued to be active with vibraphone and chimes.

Here is Coleman Hawkins & Fletcher Henderson play “Carolina Stomp” (1925).

We can actually hear Coleman Hawkins on a bass saxophone.

Here is Frankie Trumbauer & Bix Beiderbecke & Adrian Rollini play “Crying All Day”(1927).

Here is California Ramblers with Adrian Rollini play “I Must Have Company”(1924).

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December 21. 2016

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Photo above of Adrian Rollini

Today I will post about his early activity.

Adrian Rollini was born June 28, 1903 in New York.

He was a child prodigy on piano, genius of bass sax, equally genius on vibes.

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Photo above of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel

When he was at four, he gave a Chopin recital at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York.

Also at 14 he led own band in New York, and he doubled on piano and xylophone.

He began to pioneer the bass saxophone and introduced to the California Ramblers in 1922.

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About the California Ramblers, please refer to this website. Go here

The California Ramblers were one of the most recorded bands of the 1920s.

The band also featured Red Nichols, Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey.

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Photo above of Bix Beiderbecke

He also worked with  Bix Beiderbecke and Frankie Trumbauer.

In 1934 he put together some recording sessions that featured Jack Teagarden, Bunny Berigan and Benny Goodman.

Here is Adria Rollini trio play “Chopin Waltz Op.64 No.1 “Minute Waltz”.

Here is California Ramblers play “Crazy Words, Crazy Tune” (1927).

彼は4歳の時、ニューヨークのウォルドルフ・アストリア・ホテルでショパン・リサイタルを行う程の天才でした。又、14歳でニューヨークで自らバンドを結成しました。
名門バンドCalifornia Ramblersではベース・サクソフォンのパイオニアとしてジャズ史に名前を残すことになりました。Bix Beiderbeckeともレコーディングを行なっています。