Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra - Sacred Music Of Duke Ellington album mp3
Here, the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, in combination with the Oregon Repertory Singers and a handful of guests, take on music from Duke Ellington's three Sacred Music concerts. The performances are flawless, running the range from gospel to jazz to something mighty close to American opera, with nary a false note. And the compositions are of the highest caliber, of course essentially by definition, given their creator. An excellent album, with work rivaled only by the original performances from Duke and his band. However, even Duke would be impressed with their rendition of "In.
Second Sacred Concert. Dave Brubeck's Greatest Hits. We Insist! Max Roach's Freedom Now Suite. The World of Nat King Cole. Duke Ellington - The Kings of Big Bands. Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra.
The Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra pours its heart and soul into these recent concert performances of Duke Ellington's sacred music, premiered by the Ellington orchestra in 1965, '68 and '73. It's a natural fit, as the SRJO was "born in 1989 with a presentation of Ellington's sacred music as an ecumenical winter solstice event
In the last decade of his life, Duke Ellington wrote three Sacred Concerts: 1965 - A Concert of Sacred Music. 1968 - Second Sacred Concert. 1973 - Third Sacred Concert. Ellington called these concerts "the most important thing I have ever done". He said many times that he was not trying to compose a "Mass" (liturgy). The critic Gary Giddins has characterized these concerts as Ellington bringing the Cotton Club revue to the church.
Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra Orchestra, Michael Brockman Conductor. CDs: 2 Tracks: 14 Length: 1:32:33. Edward 'Duke' Ellington Composer. Tell Me It's the Truth Work. Dan Wickham Clarinet, Jay Thomas Trumpet, Dee Daniels Voice, Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra Orchestra, Michael Brockman Conductor, Hadley Caliman Saxophone (Tenor), Bill Ramsay Saxophone (Baritone). 2. Tell Me It's the Truth. Dan Wickham Clarinet, Jay Thomas Trumpet, Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra Orchestra, Michael Brockman Conductor, Bill Ramsay Saxophone (Baritone), Hadley Caliman Saxophone (Tenor).
La Shipyard Town Jazz Orchestra in un concerto ripreso dalla RAI in Teatro a Monfalcone nell'anno 2011 Solisti: Alba Nacinovich, Mauro Zanon.
Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra.
|1-1||In The Beginning God||12:40|
|1-2||Tell Me It's The Truth||7:11|
|1-3||Come Sunday (Instrumental Version)||5:28|
|1-4||It's Freedom (The Freedom Suite)||12:54|
|1-4a||Freedom No. 7 ("To Be Contented")|
|1-4b||Chorale - Freedom No. 4|
|1-4c||Word You Heard|
|1-4e||Sweet Fat And That|
|1-4f||Freedom In Many Languages ("Svoboda")|
|1-4g||Freedom No. 7 (Reprise)|
|1-5||T.G.T.T, (Or Too Good To Title)||2:35|
|1-6||Don't Get Down On Your Knees To Pray (Until You Have Forgiven Everyone)||6:10|
|2-2||The Lord's Prayer (A Cappella Version)||2:30|
|2-4||The Lord's Prayer (Gospel Version)||2:47|
|2-5||Reflections In D||6:43|
|2-6||David Danced Before The Lord With All His Might||5:25|
|2-7||Come Sunday (Vocal Solo Version)||4:58|
|2-8||Praise God And Dance||12:05|
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