タグ別アーカイブ: Jaki Byard

神戸ジャズ愛好会(2018年3月)「魅惑のアルトサックス」(2)

March 27.2018

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Photo by Wikipedia

I introduced Jimmy Dorsey and Arne Domnerus as my favorite alto saxphone.

Particularly Jimmy Dorsey was the idol of Charlie Parker.

1.今月のテーマ(昨日の続き)

・Kさん(西明石から大阪の例会にも参加されています)
Phil Woods(フィル・ウッズ)のDVD映像(Molde Jazz Festival 1969)を持参されました。本ブログでは同じメンバーの演奏をYouTUbeでご覧下さい。
Here is Phil Woods’ European Rhythm Machine (Molde Jazz Festival in 1969)
Phil Woods(as),Gordon Beck(p),Henry Texler(b),Daniel Humair(ds)

・平野
少年パーカーのアイドルであったJimmy Dorsey(ジミー・ドーシー) をご紹介しました。

会場ではCD音源でしたが、本ブログではYouTube映像を添付しました。

Here is Jimmy Dorsey And His Orchestra play “ “Beebe”.

Photo above of Arne Domnerus by courtesy of apoloybaco.

次にスウェーデンを代表するサックス奏者(Arne Domnerus)アルネ・ドムネラスの名演(名曲)をご紹介しました。

Quincy Jones(クインシー・ジョーンズ)の編曲が素晴らしいです。

Here is Harry Arnold’s Orchestra with Arne Domnerus play “The Midnight Sun Never Sets”.
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Photo by Wikipedia

Phill Woodsの演奏と比較すると面白いです。

Here is The Quincy Jones Big Band with Phill Woods play “The Midnight Sun Will Never Set”.

やっぱりこの曲はArne Domnerusの方が良いと思います。(個人的感想です)

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2.映像コーナー
「1969 New Orleans Jazz Festival」(寺本氏所蔵のビデオから)
主な出演者 Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughn, Count Basie, Clark Terry and Zoot Sims,Gerry Mulligan and Paul Desmond

YouTube映像でClark TerryとZoot Simsの共演を観ることが出来ます。尚、ピアノはJaki Byardです。
Here is Clark Terry(tp),Zoot Sims(ts),Alan Dawson(ds),Jaki Byard(p)

3.番外編(平野)

写真は「Hot Jazz 78rpms」から撮影しました。

「ジャズSPアワー第2回目BG&ガールズ」解説 SP愛好家瀬谷徹氏
寺本氏(世話人)のご配慮でNHKFM放送の一部を聞いて頂きました。
瀬谷さん宅に訪問されたY瀬氏並びにMusicraft(大阪)でのSPコンサートに参加されたTさんにも喜んで頂けたようです。又、大阪ジャズ同好会で新譜紹介されているFさんから「最終回のフレディー・グリーンを聞くのが楽しみです」と言われました。3月の放送を聞かれた会員の方が少なく例会の場でご紹介出来てよかったと思っております。

今回は番組のエンディング曲を添付しました。
本当は特例でCメロディーサックスを例会でご紹介したかったです。
Here is TRAM, BIX AND LANG play “Wringin’ An’ Twistin’”.
Bix Beiderbecke,(p,cor), Frank Trumbauer(Cm sax),Eddie Lang(g)
New York, September 17, 1927. 81450-A OK 40916

【追記】24bit衛星デジタル音楽放送MUSICBIRDSで瀬谷徹氏解説による新番組「ジャズSPタイム」が放送されています。

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The Jazz Workshop(4)

February 09.2017

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“Piano Workshop” was held in Berlin October 30, 1965.

This event was organised by Joachim Ernst Berendt.

He wanted to show the development of jazz piano.

So he did not choose Oscar Peterson and Erroll Garner.

Photo above of Joachim Ernst Berendt

Photo above of Joachim Ernst Berendt

Earl Hines was the father of jazz piano improvisation.

Teddy Wilson was on hand to represent the swing piano style.

Lennie Tristano served as an exponent of modern exploratory piano playing.

It seems unnecessary to explain about Bill Evans and John Lewis.

Jaki Byard alternated free and stride passages on the same tune.

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Unfortunately Bud Powell could not participate because of sickness.

Also two pianists could not participate.

Thelonious Monk was touring Europe with his own band.

Photo above of Eroll Garner with Art Tatum from hipstersanctuary.com

Photo above of Eroll Garner with Art Tatum from hipstersanctuary.com

Art Tatum already had died in 1956.

The program began started from Earl Hines.

Then Teddy Wilson, John Lewis, Lennie Tristano, Bill Evans, and Jaki Byard appeared in order.

The piano players were supported by bassist Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen and drummer Alan Dawson.

Here is Earl Hines plays “Memories of you”.

Here is Earl Hines & Teddy Wilson play “All Of Me”.

Here is John Lewis trio play “Django”.
NHØP(b);Connie Kay(ds)

Here is Lennie Tristano Piano Solo plays “G Minor Complex”.

Here is Bill Evans trio play “Beautiful Love”.

Here is Jaki Byard plays “Free Improvisation”.

Jazz Club in Boston(4)

February 02.2017

Photo above of "Paul's Mall" byThe Music Museum of New England

Photo above of “Paul’s Mall” byThe Music Museum of New England

Stable owner Harold Buchalter found a new spot for his club, downstairs at 733 Boylston Street.

The new club was names “the Jazz Workshop”,where was a few blocks east of the Berklee school.

Jazz Workshop was the name of one of the most important ensembles at Berklee.

Berklee students were encouraged to know about scales and learn to follow chord changes and others.

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Photo above of Serge Chaloff by JazzWax

The Jazz Workshop attracted students. Others on the staff included Jaki Byard, Serge Chaloff, Jimmy Woode, and Jake Hanna.

Lessons cost the student a dollar, half going to the instructor and half to the school.

The sister club next to the Jazz Workshop was “Paul’s Mall”.

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From The Music Museum of New England

Sadao(渡辺貞夫) frequented in “Paul’s Mall”.

There was a connection between the club and the school.

In addition Berklee students with school ID were allowed to attend performances.

Even though the drinking age in Massachusetts was 21 at the time,the club allowed underaged Berklee students to sit along the north wall of the room and order soft drinks.

Here is Milt Jackson and Ray Santisi Trio at The Jazz Workshop(1975)
Milt Jackson(vib),Ray Santisi(p),Mike Richmond(b),Randy Jones(ds)
It was recorded “Ryles Jazz Club”

Here is Brecker Brothers Band at Paul’s Mall.(1977)