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Keziah Jones - Jazz à Vienne
Keziah Jones Keziah Jones, vocal, guitar Joel Grant, bass Joshua McKenzie, percussion Keziah Jones was born into a wealthy family in 1968 in Lagos, Nigeria. He was sent to school in England at the age of 8 and he taught himself to play the piano and guitar in London. He gradually created a stunning rhythmic blend of smooth funk, Hendrix-style psychedelia, pure Ikeja reggae and Yoruba harmonies. He called it BluFunk. Keziah Jones hung out English pubs in central London before heading to Paris where he was spotted in the underground in 1991. The album Blufunk Is a Fact and the track Rhythm is Love were international hits. After venturing through the desert of the mid-90s, he struck gold in 2003 with his fourth album Black Orpheus then the unstoppable Nigerian Wood (2008). Keziah completed an ambitious double album in 2013 flitting between Los Angeles, Spain and his kingdoms in London and Lagos. The dandy fighter is well and truly back to win over his audience. Recorded on 2017, July 13th at the Jazz Festival in Vienne TV Director, Nicolas Micha
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Roy Hargrove 5tet + special guest Yasiin Bey - Jazz à Vienne
Roy Hargrove Quintet special guest Yasiin Bey (Aka Mos Def)
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Prokofiev's Anniversary with Valery Gergiev : Ivan The Terrible and Alexander Nevsky
Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra & Chorus Saint Petersburg, Valery Gergiev (Conductor) Olga Borodina (mezzosoprano), Yulia Matochkina (mezzosoprano), Mikhail Petrenko (bass) Alexei Petrenko (narrator) Sergei Prokofiev Ivan the Terrible op. 116 Alexander Nevsky op. 78 Recorded at the Mariinsky Concert Hall, Saint Petersburg, on April 24, 2016 Directed by François-René Martin
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Christoph von Dohnanyi and the Orchestre de Paris: Mendelssohn, Beethoven, Schubert
Orchestre de Paris, Christoph von Dohnányi (Conductor) Martin Helmchen (piano) Felix Mendelssohn A Midsummer Night's Dream, Overture op. 21 Ludwig van Beethoven Piano Concerto no. 3 Franz Schubert Symphony no. 9 'The Great' Recorded at the Salle Pleyel on January 15th, 2014 Directed by Andreas Morell
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E.J. STrickland Quintet, Festival Jazz en Tête
E.J. STrickland Quintet Enoch Jamal 'E.J.' Strickland, drums Godwin Louis, alto saxophone Marcus Strickland, Saxophone Taber Gable, Piano Josh Ginsburg, Bass Over about ten years, the drummer E.J. Strickland has appeared on more than 60 albums. He has toured with Cassandra Wilson, Terence Blanchard, Wynton Marsalis, Vincent Herring, Nnenna Freelon, to mention but a few. With his twin brother, the saxophonist Marcus Strickland, co-leader of the group, he is certainly one of the most innovative entertainers of the new generation. Recorded on October 27th at the Festival Jazz en Tête TV Director, Gilles Le Mao
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Le Roi Arthus by Chausson at the Opéra de Paris
Le Roi Arthus, by Ernest Chausson Orchestre et Choeur de l'Opéra national de Paris, Philippe Jordan (Conductor) Graham Vick (Stage Director) Paul Brown (Sets Costumes) Adam Silverman (Lighting) José Luis Basso (Chorus Master) Sophie Koch (Genièvre) Thomas Hampson (Arthus) Roberto Alagna (Lancelot) Alexandre Duhamel (Mordred) Stanislas de Barbeyrac (Lyonnel) François Lis (Allan) Peter Sidhom (Merlin) Cyrille Dubois (Un Laboureur) Tiago Matos (Un Chevalier) Ugo Rabec (Un Écuyer) Recorded at the Opéra de Paris, Opéra Bastille, June the 2nd, 2015 TV Director, François-René Martin
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Samson by Haendel at the Misteria Paschalia Festival in Krakow
Dunedin Consort, Polish Radio Choir, John Butt (conductor) Georg Friderich Händel Samson Recorded on April 1st, 2018, at the Misteria Paschalia Festival, Krakow TV Director, Jean-Pierre Loisil
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The Orchestre National de Lyon plays Berlioz, Saint-Saëns and Franck
Orchestre National de Lyon, Fabien Gabel (Conductor) Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano) Hector Berlioz Le Corsaire, overture op. 21 Camille Saint-Saëns Piano Concerto no. 5 in F major, op. 103 'The Egyptian' César Franck Symphony in D minor Directed by Vincent Massip Recorded at the Auditorium Maurice Ravel, Lyons, on 3 April 2014
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Leonard Slatkin and the Orchestre National de Lyon: Berlioz, Mantovani, Debussy, Ravel
Orchestre national de Lyon, Leonard Slatkin (Conductor) Juliette Hurel (flute), Renaud Capuçon (violin) Hector Berlioz King Lear, overture Bruno Mantovani Flute concerto (french creation, co-commissioned by the Philharmonic Orchestra of Rotterdam, the National Orchestra of Lyon and the Symphony Orchestra of Barcelona) Maurice Ravel Violin Sonata (orchestration by Yann Maresz, world premiere) Tzigane, rhapsodic composition for violin and piano Recorded on April 9th, 2016 at the Auditorium Maurice-Ravel, Lyon Directed by Pierre-Martin Juban
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Laurent De Wilde 'Over The Clouds' Trio At La Dynamo. Banlieues Bleues
Laurent de Wilde (piano) Laurent Robin (drums) Ira Coleman (doublebass)
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Donald Brown all stars, Festival Jazz en Tête
Donald Brown All Stars Donald Brown, piano Steve Nelson, vibraphone Ed Cherry, guitar Darryl Hall, double bass Jean Toussaint, saxophone Eric Harland, drums Line up The early bird gets the short end of the stick (Donald Brown) Up next, soul broter herlin riley (Donald Brown) Hearts that Smile - for Trayvon, Tamir & Sandra (Donald Brown) The Only thing greater than yourself (Donald Brown) At 63 years of age, Donald Brown is not only one of the indispensable composers of his generation, the prolific author of over 400 works, but he's also one of the great thinkers of the world of jazz and blues. A highly respected personality and acknowledged by all jazz musicians, the magician of Memphis is especially bringing together an 'all stars' for the 30 years of the festival. Recorded on October 27th at the Festival Jazz en Tête TV Director, Guillaume Dero
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Ensemble Amarillis plays Rameau at Versailles
Ensemble Amarillis, Héloïse Gaillard and Violaine Cochard (Artistic direction) Mathias Vidal (haute-contre), Héloïse Gaillard (oboe), Alice Piérot (violin), Isabelle Saint-Yves (viola da gamba), Violaine Cochard (harpsichord) Jean-Philippe Rameau Pièces de clavecin en concert, Cinquième Concert : La Forqueray, La Cupis, La Marais (violin, viola and harpsichord) Le Berger fidèle, Cantata for tenor, oboe, violin and continuo Pièces de clavecin en concert, Deuxième Concert : La Laborde, La Boucon, L'Agaçante, Menuet 1 et 2 (oboe, violin, viola and harpsichord) Les Indes galantes, Ritournelle pour l'entrée des Incas Orphée, Cantata for tenor, oboe, violin and continuo Recorded at the Galerie des Cotelle, Grand Trianon, château de Versailles, March the 9th, 2014
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Gautier Capuçon and the young talents of the Saint-Prex Festival
Sinfonietta de Lausanne, Alexander Mayer (conductor) Gautier Capuçon (cello) Solenn Lavanant-Linke (soprano), Birthe Blom (violin), Jean-Baptiste Poyard (violin), Jorge Viladoms-Weber (piano) Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Double Concerto in D minor, BWV 1043 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) «Ch'io mi scordi di te», concert aria César Franck (1822-1890) Variations symphoniques Jean Sibelius (1865-1957) Valse triste Camille Saint-Saëns (1835-1921) Cello Concerto no. 1 Recorded at the Saint-Prex Classics Festival, Switzerland, on 29th August 2013 TV Directors, Julien Condemine and Geoffroy Duval (79 mns)
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Raphël Pichon conducts Bach's Saint Matthew Passion
Pygmalion, Raphaël Pichon (Conductor) Julian Prégardien (Tenor, Evangelist), Stéphane Degout (Jesus, bass I), Sabine Devieilhe (soprano I), Maïlys de Villoutreys (soprano II), Damien Guillon (alto I), Lucile Richardot (alto II), Samuel Boden (Tenor I), Thomas Hobbs (Tenor II), Christian Immler (bass II) Johann Sebastian Bach Saint Matthew Passion BWV 244 Recorded at the Chapelle Royale, Château de Versailles, on March 26, 2016 TV director, Colin Laurent
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Castor et Pollux by Rameau at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées
Castor et Pollux, by Jean-Philippe Rameau Tragédie lyrique in five acts (1754 version) Libretto by Pierre-Joseph Bernard Hervé Niquet (conductor) Le Concert Spirituel, Chœur du Concert Spirituel John Tessier (Castor) Edwin Crossley-Mercer (Pollux) Omo Bello (Télaïre) Michèle Losier (Phœbé) Jean Teitgen (Jupiter) Reinoud van Mechelen (Mercure, un spartiate, un athlète) Hasnaa Bennani (Cléone, une ombre heureuse) Marc Labonnette (Un grand prêtre) Christian Schiaretti (Stage Director) Andonis Foniadakis (Choreography) Rudy Sabounghi (Sets) Thibaut Welchlin (Costumes) Laurent Castaingt (Lighting) Live from the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris TV Director, Matthieu Duboscq
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The Four Seasons by Vivaldi with Concerto Köln
Concerto Köln Shunske Sato (violin) Antonio Vivaldi Concerto for Strings and Continuo in G minor RV 156 Evaristo Felice dall'Abaco Concerto in D minor Op. 2 No. 1 from Concerti a quattro da chiesa Antonio Vivaldi Concerto No. 1 in E major, Op. 8, RV 269, 'Spring' (La primavera) Concerto No. 2 in G minor, Op. 8, RV 315, 'Summer' (L'estate) Charles Avison Concerto Grosso No. 6 in D Major, from 12 Concerti Grossi in seven parts after the Lessons for Harpsichord by Domenico Scarlatti Antonio Vivaldi Sinfonia al Santo Sepolcro in B minor RV 169 Concerto No. 3 in F major, Op. 8, RV 293, 'Autumn' (L'autunno) Concerto No. 4 in F minor, Op. 8, RV 297, 'Winter' (L'inverno) Recorded at the Teatru Manoel, Malta, on January 13, 2018 Directed by Julien Condemine
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Pygmalion and Bach: Cantatas 34, 51, 31 & 191
Ensemble Pygmalion, Raphaël Pichon (Conductor) Sabine Devieilhe (soprano), Alex Potter (alto), Julian Prégardien (tenor), Christian Immler (bass) Saburo Teshigawara (dance), Rihoko Sato (dance) Johann Sebastian Bach Cantata BWV 34 'O ewiges Feuer, o Ursprung der Liebe' Cantata BWV 51 'Jauchzet Gott in alle Landen' Brandenburg Concerto no 3 BWV 1048 Cantata BWV 31 'Der Himmel lacht ! Die Erde jubiliert !' Cantata BWV 191 'Gloria in Excelsis Deo ' Recorded on October 11, 2017 at la Cité de la Musique, Paris Directed by Colin Laurent
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Sabine Devieilhe and Les Siècles at the Philharmonie de Paris
Les Siècles, François-Xavier Roth (Conductor) Sabine Devieilhe (soprano) Ambroise Thomas Mignon, Overture Je suis Titania la blonde (Mignon) Léo Delibes Prélude et Valse (Coppélia, ou La Fille aux yeux d'émail) Hector Berlioz La Mort d'Ophélie (Tristia) Ambroise Thomas Raymond, ou Le Secret de la reine, Overture À vos jeux, mes amis (Hamlet) Maurice Delage Quatre Poèmes hindous Igor Stravinski Chanson du rossignol (Le Rossignol) Camille Saint-Saëns La Princesse jaune, Overture André Messager Le jour sous le soleil béni (Madame Chrysanthème) Léo Delibes Les fleurs me paraissent plus belles (Lakmé) Ballet (Lakmé) Légende de la fille du Paria (Air des clochettes) (Lakmé) Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris on Novembre 14, 2017 TV Director, Olivier Simonnet Ambroise Thomas - Mignon, Ouverture, 'Je suis Titania la blonde' Léo Delibes - Coppélia (extraits), Prélude et Valse Hector Berlioz - La Mort d'Ophélie Ambroise Thomas - Raymond, Ouverture ; Hamlet , 'A vos jeux, mes amis' (Air d'Ophélie) Maurice Delage - 4 poèmes hindous Igor Stravinski - Chanson du Rossignol Camille Saint-Saëns - La Princesse Jaune, Ouverture André Messager - Madame Chrysantème, 'Le jour sous le soleil béni' Léo Delibes - Lakmé , 'Les fleurs me paraissent plus belles ', Air de danse, 'Légende de la fille du Paria' (Air des clochettes) Enregistré le 14 novembre 2017 à la Philharmonie de Paris Réalisation, Olivier Simonnet
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Romeo and Juliet by Thierry Malandain, Biarritz Ballet
Roméo et Juliette choreography by Thierry Malandain Music by Hector Berlioz Recorded music Symphonie dramatique, Op.17 - Hector Berlioz Libretto: Emile Deschamps after the tragedy by Shakespeare Catherine Robbin, mezzo-soprano Jean-Paul Fouchécourt, tenor Gilles Cachemaille, bass-baritone Monteverdi Choir Orchestre révolutionnaire et romantique John Eliot Gardiner, direction Published by Philips classics, cop. 1998 With Avec Daniel Vizcayo , Miyuki Kanei, Aurélien Alberge, Ione Miren Aguirre, Raphaël Canet, Olivier Coëffard, Ellyce Daniele, Frederik Deberdt, Cédric Godefroid, Aureline Guillot, Mathilde Labé, Fabio Lopes, Nuria Lopez Cortes, Silvia Magalhaes, Arnaud Mahouy, Nathalie Verspecht, With 'Roméo et Juliette', Malandain builds on the music by Berlioz and fashions a modern tragedy with sharp insights. He artfully takes the story away form its historical context and its Shakespearean background. Romeo and Juliet are no longer romantic protagonists, they have become the emblem of a society which, throughout history, has been steeped in conflict. The quest for power rests on ambition, passion and desire. The choreographer does away with any reference to time, makes no use of the theatre's wings and devises all entrances and exits through the back of the stage, in an optical illusion designed to make the dancers look as if they are moving in and out of large chests, the only props on stage. These chests in turn become coffins, nuptial beds, pieces of luggage, architectural elements and mirrors, giving us an insight into the soul beyond the image. There are no dancers, no characters on stage, only people. People fighting or trying to bond. They all struggle for life, defending their own modicum of elegance and dignity. TV Director, Sonia Paramo (2013 - 80 mns) Filmed at the Eugenia Theatre in San Sebastian
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Beauty and the Beast by Thierry Malandain performed by the Malandain Ballet Biarritz
Beauty and the Beast Choreography by Thierry Malandain Music by Piotr Ilitch Tchaikovski (Symphony N° 6 ' Pathetic ', Op. 74) Additional music, The polonaise and the Waltz of the opera, Eugène Onéguine by P.I. Tchaïkovski Light creation, Jean-Claude Asquié Set and costume, Jorge Gallardo Ballet masters, Richard Coudray, Françoise Dubuc Conductor, Ainars Rubikis Orchestre Symphonique d'Euskadi With The Malandain Ballet Biarritz Beauty, Claire Lonchampt The Beast, Mickaël Conte The Artist, Arnaud Mahouy The Soul, Miyuki Kanei The Body, Daniel Vizcayo The father, Frederik Deberdt The sisters, Ellyce Daniele, Ione Miren Aguirre The brothers, Raphaël Canet, Baptiste Fisson Les allégories - Allegories The love, Patricia Velázquez The rose, Miyuki Kanei The mirror, Hugo Layer The glove, Irma Hoffren The horse, Baptiste Fisson The Key, Michaël Garcia Sets Ione Miren Aguirre, Raphaël Canet, Ellyce Daniele, Romain di Fazio, Baptiste Fisson, Clara Forgues, Michaël Garcia, Lucia You González, Irma Hoffren, Mathilde Labé, Hugo Layer, Guillaume Lillo, Nuria López Cortés, Ismael Turel Yagüe, Patricia Velázquez, Laurine Viel, Daniel Vizcayo Recorded on February 2,3 & 4 2016 at the Donostia Kursaal in San Sébastien, Spain TV Director, Patrick Lauze
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Dr John & The Nite Trippers at Jazz sous les pommiers
Cocktails of blues, funk, and rhythm'n blues, his concerts are true Mardi-Gras festivals. Coutances is extremely proud to welcome this ambassador of all New Orleans musical styles.
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Laurent De Wilde and Otisto 23 'Fly' with Guillaume Perret - Banlieues Bleues
LAURENT DE WILDE AND OTISTO 23 'FLY !' INVITE GUILLAUME PERRET LIVE AT LA DYNAMO With Nico Ticot (video) Xlrproject Part Two of Laurent de Wilde and Otisto 23's musical experiments. This time, they have transcended themselves. Let us go back to the basic concept: a piano and a computer - Laurent generates sounds on his instrument, with the keyboard of course, but also the strings, felt, wood, metal, anything that can be plucked, scraped and rubbed, producing an infinitely varied sound matter that Otisto processes in real time through his computer, bouncing it back to Laurent, who then responds with new sounds... and this is how the music develops. After the experience of their first album 'PC Pieces', de Wilde et Otisto are meeting again on stage and in the studio. More intuitive, their music now involves more piano and electronics, as in 'Lost' with its long cadence on the piano, meandering through the filters of the machine, and 'B Flat Seven' where a single B Flat generates an extensive technoid epic in seven tableaux. From this encounter, a deeply organic music is born, a dialogue, a conversation which at times solidifies into an incandescent ball of sound or slims down to the most delicate hieroglyphs. An anecdote involves a herd of cows, grazing in the vicinity of the studio where the album was being recorded, to the accompaniment of a colony of flies, who soon invaded the room where the two musicians were working. There ensued a track entitled 'Eau de Mouche n°5', and the realisation that the insects' constant buzzing was influencing their entire repertoire. FLY ! invites us to defy gravity, carried aloft by an intimate and precious musical conversation.
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Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings at L'Olympia
Sharon Jones (voice) Saundra Williams, Star Duncan Lowe (voices) Gabriel Roth (bass) Binky Griptite, Joe Crispiano (guitars) Fernando Velez (percussions) Cochemas Gastelum (tenor saxophone) Michael Buckley (baritone saxophone) Sam Hoyt (trumpet) Brian Wolfe (drums)
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Roy Hargrove 5tet + special guest Yasiin Bey - Jazz à Vienne
Roy Hargrove Quintet special guest Yasiin Bey (Aka Mos Def)
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JASSER HAJ YOUSSEF & LES MUSICIENS DU LOUVRE GRENOBLE at Détours de Babel
Jasser Haj Youssef (violin, viola d'amore) - Marc Buronfosse (doublebass) - Keyvan Chemirani (percussions) Musiciens du Louvre Grenoble: Pablo Gutierrez Ruiz, Bérénice Lavigne (violins) - Joel Oechslin (viola) - Frédéric Baldassare (cello) Samai, Reveria I, Reveria II, Choral, Echos, Jasser HaJ Youssef / Lamento di Tristano, anonymous, arrangement Jasser Haj Youssef / Art of the Fugue, J.S. Bach TV Director Jean-Marc Birraux Recorded on March 2015
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Jukka-Pekka Saraste and the Orchestre National de Lyon: Sibelius and Brahms
Orchestre national de Lyon, Jukka-Pekka Saraste (Conductor) Leonidas Kavakos (violin) Jean Sibelius The Tempest, opus 109 : no 2 Berceuse, no 9 The Oak Tree Johannes Brahms Concerto for violin and orchestra in D major, op. 77 Jean Sibelius Symphony no 2 in D major, opus 43 Recorded on March the 10th, 2016 at the Auditorium Maurice-Ravel, Lyon TV Direction, Pierre-Martin Juban
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The Orchestre National de Lyon and Leonard Slatkin : Bolcom, Beethoven, Mussorgsky
Orchestre National de Lyon, Leonard Slatkin (conductor) Olga Kern (piano), Baiba Skride (violin), Sol Gabetta (cello) William Bolcom Circus Overture Ludwig van Beethoven Concerto for violin, cello and piano in C major, op.56 Modest Mussorgsky Pictures in an exhibition (orch. M. Ravel and L. Slatkin) Recorded September 18th, 2014, at the Auditorium Maurice Ravel, Lyons Réalisé par Vincent Massip
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The Nureev Constellation, Documentary
The Nureyev Constellation, a documentary To celebrate the twentieth anniversary of star dancer and choreographer Rudolph Nureyev's death, a portrait based on the 'Nureyev' conference held in Paris in 1993. With exclusive interviews and footage covering Nureyev's professional and private lives. The documentary takes a global approach to Nureyev, his fascinating personality, talent and extravagance, his authority and excesses, his boundless curiosity and workaholism, not forgetting his immense charisma. TV Director, Jérôme Laperrousaz - 2013 (52 mns)
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Cinderella by Prokofiev - choreography by Rudolf Nureyev - Palais Garnier
Cinderella A Ballet in three acts based on the novel by Charles Perrault. Choreography: Rudolf Nureyev Music: Sergueï Prokofiev (1945) Set designer: Petrika Ionesco Costume Designer: Hanae Mori Lighting: Guido Levi Paris Opera Ballet and Orchestra Musical Direction: Koen Kessels Starring: Cinderella: Agnès Letestu The Movie Star: José Martinez The Sisters: Laetitia Pujol and Stéphanie Romberg The Mother: Stéphane Phavorin For this production of Cinderella created in 1986 and never performed in choreographic form at the Paris Opera, Rudolf Nureyev and his designer Petrika Ionesco took Perrault's tale into the studios of Hollywood. As the 'dream factory' par excellence, the movie industry offered a sort of escape from the difficult years of the post-depression era. Prokofiev's music also resounds with the spirit of the 1930's, infused with memories of the composer's visit to the United States and Europe during those years. Recorded at the Palais Garnier in April 2007 Directed by: Thomas Grimm (125')
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Sabine Devieilhe at La Monnaie de Paris - Paris Mezzo Festival
Sabine Devieilhe (soprano) Anne Le Bozec (piano) Maurice Ravel Mélodies Albert Roussel Poèmes chinois op. 12 & op. 47 Mélodies Alexander von Zemlinsky Walzer-Gesänge op. 6 Lieder Recorded at La Monnaie de Paris in June 2016 TV Director, Don Kent
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Sabine Devieilhe and Les Siècles at the Philharmonie de Paris
Les Siècles, François-Xavier Roth (Conductor) Sabine Devieilhe (soprano) Ambroise Thomas Mignon, Overture Je suis Titania la blonde (Mignon) Léo Delibes Prélude et Valse (Coppélia, ou La Fille aux yeux d'émail) Hector Berlioz La Mort d'Ophélie (Tristia) Ambroise Thomas Raymond, ou Le Secret de la reine, Overture À vos jeux, mes amis (Hamlet) Maurice Delage Quatre Poèmes hindous Igor Stravinski Chanson du rossignol (Le Rossignol) Camille Saint-Saëns La Princesse jaune, Overture André Messager Le jour sous le soleil béni (Madame Chrysanthème) Léo Delibes Les fleurs me paraissent plus belles (Lakmé) Ballet (Lakmé) Légende de la fille du Paria (Air des clochettes) (Lakmé) Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris on Novembre 14, 2017 TV Director, Olivier Simonnet Ambroise Thomas - Mignon, Ouverture, 'Je suis Titania la blonde' Léo Delibes - Coppélia (extraits), Prélude et Valse Hector Berlioz - La Mort d'Ophélie Ambroise Thomas - Raymond, Ouverture ; Hamlet , 'A vos jeux, mes amis' (Air d'Ophélie) Maurice Delage - 4 poèmes hindous Igor Stravinski - Chanson du Rossignol Camille Saint-Saëns - La Princesse Jaune, Ouverture André Messager - Madame Chrysantème, 'Le jour sous le soleil béni' Léo Delibes - Lakmé , 'Les fleurs me paraissent plus belles ', Air de danse, 'Légende de la fille du Paria' (Air des clochettes) Enregistré le 14 novembre 2017 à la Philharmonie de Paris Réalisation, Olivier Simonnet
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Castor et Pollux by Rameau at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées
Castor et Pollux, by Jean-Philippe Rameau Tragédie lyrique in five acts (1754 version) Libretto by Pierre-Joseph Bernard Hervé Niquet (conductor) Le Concert Spirituel, Chœur du Concert Spirituel John Tessier (Castor) Edwin Crossley-Mercer (Pollux) Omo Bello (Télaïre) Michèle Losier (Phœbé) Jean Teitgen (Jupiter) Reinoud van Mechelen (Mercure, un spartiate, un athlète) Hasnaa Bennani (Cléone, une ombre heureuse) Marc Labonnette (Un grand prêtre) Christian Schiaretti (Stage Director) Andonis Foniadakis (Choreography) Rudy Sabounghi (Sets) Thibaut Welchlin (Costumes) Laurent Castaingt (Lighting) Live from the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris TV Director, Matthieu Duboscq
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Philipppe Herreweghe conducts Bach's Cantatas with the Collegium Vocale
Collegium Vocale Gent, Philipppe Herreweghe (Conductor) Johann Michael BACH Cantata 'Ach bleib bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ' Johann Sebastian BACH Cantata BWV 43 'Gott fähret auf mit Jauchzen' Cantata BWV 6 'Bleib bei uns, denn es will Abend werden' Ascension Oratorio (Himmelfahrtsoratorium) BWV 11 'Lobet Gott in seinen Reichen' Directed by Isabelle Soulard Recoded on 11 June 2014 at the Chapelle de la Trinité, Lyons
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Castor et Pollux by Rameau at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées
Castor et Pollux, by Jean-Philippe Rameau Tragédie lyrique in five acts (1754 version) Libretto by Pierre-Joseph Bernard Hervé Niquet (conductor) Le Concert Spirituel, Chœur du Concert Spirituel John Tessier (Castor) Edwin Crossley-Mercer (Pollux) Omo Bello (Télaïre) Michèle Losier (Phœbé) Jean Teitgen (Jupiter) Reinoud van Mechelen (Mercure, un spartiate, un athlète) Hasnaa Bennani (Cléone, une ombre heureuse) Marc Labonnette (Un grand prêtre) Christian Schiaretti (Stage Director) Andonis Foniadakis (Choreography) Rudy Sabounghi (Sets) Thibaut Welchlin (Costumes) Laurent Castaingt (Lighting) Live from the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris TV Director, Matthieu Duboscq
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InterMezzo
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Laurent De Wilde and Otisto 23 'Fly' with Guillaume Perret - Banlieues Bleues
LAURENT DE WILDE AND OTISTO 23 'FLY !' INVITE GUILLAUME PERRET LIVE AT LA DYNAMO With Nico Ticot (video) Xlrproject Part Two of Laurent de Wilde and Otisto 23's musical experiments. This time, they have transcended themselves. Let us go back to the basic concept: a piano and a computer - Laurent generates sounds on his instrument, with the keyboard of course, but also the strings, felt, wood, metal, anything that can be plucked, scraped and rubbed, producing an infinitely varied sound matter that Otisto processes in real time through his computer, bouncing it back to Laurent, who then responds with new sounds... and this is how the music develops. After the experience of their first album 'PC Pieces', de Wilde et Otisto are meeting again on stage and in the studio. More intuitive, their music now involves more piano and electronics, as in 'Lost' with its long cadence on the piano, meandering through the filters of the machine, and 'B Flat Seven' where a single B Flat generates an extensive technoid epic in seven tableaux. From this encounter, a deeply organic music is born, a dialogue, a conversation which at times solidifies into an incandescent ball of sound or slims down to the most delicate hieroglyphs. An anecdote involves a herd of cows, grazing in the vicinity of the studio where the album was being recorded, to the accompaniment of a colony of flies, who soon invaded the room where the two musicians were working. There ensued a track entitled 'Eau de Mouche n°5', and the realisation that the insects' constant buzzing was influencing their entire repertoire. FLY ! invites us to defy gravity, carried aloft by an intimate and precious musical conversation.
MEZZO ZÍTRA
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Hampton Hawes Trio - Jazz Archive
Hampton HAWES - piano Henry FRANKLIN - bass Mike CARVIN - drums play 'Black forest blues' 'The guy's in love with you' 'High in the sky'. Filmed on 25/06/1971, Maison de la Radio, Paris - directed by Marc Pavaux
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Esbjörn Svensson Trio - Jazz In Marciac
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Esbjorn Svensson Trio - Jazz A Juan
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InterMezzo
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Roberto Fonseca - Jazz à Vienne
Roberto Fonseca ABUC & Special Guests Roberto Fonseca, piano, keyboard, vocal Eliades Ochoa, vocal, guitar Daymé Arocena, vocal Ucha, vocal Javier Zalba, saxophone, flute, clarinet Jimmy Jenks, saxophone Matthew Simon, trumpet Ramses 'Dinamite' Rodriguez, drums Adel Gonzalez, percussion Yandy Martinez, Electric & acoustic bass Ariel Gustavo Vigo Muniz, saxophone The 40-something star of Cuban jazz (born in Havana in 1975) with nine albums under his belt (the last is Ubuc) and former pianist for the Buena Vista Social Club is a hero of new musica habanera. The piano and percussion maestro (he started out as a drummer) studied music for a long time in Havana. Meeting the saxophonist Javier Zalba from the band Irakere inspired Fonseca to explore alternative music such as Keith Jarrett or Herbie Hancock and traditional beats. He began blending vibrant Cuban rhythms with Santeria's African roots, classical music and jazz ('Yo', 2012). Roberto Fonseca is now seen as an icon of Latin jazz and a potential heir to Chucho Valdes. After a poignant duet with the Mali singer Fatoumata Diawara (2014), the pianist is back with Eliades Ochoa, one of the latest figures in the Buena Vista Social Club and the best-known Cuban vocalist on the scene. He's also joined by 25 year old Daymé Arocena, a singer who blends traditional rumba, jazz, soul and Yoruba culture. Recorded on 2017, July, 7th at the Jazz Festival in Vienne TV Director, Nicolas Micha
MEZZO PÁTEK 27.4.
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Philipppe Herreweghe conducts Bach's Cantatas with the Collegium Vocale
Collegium Vocale Gent, Philipppe Herreweghe (Conductor) Johann Michael BACH Cantata 'Ach bleib bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ' Johann Sebastian BACH Cantata BWV 43 'Gott fähret auf mit Jauchzen' Cantata BWV 6 'Bleib bei uns, denn es will Abend werden' Ascension Oratorio (Himmelfahrtsoratorium) BWV 11 'Lobet Gott in seinen Reichen' Directed by Isabelle Soulard Recoded on 11 June 2014 at the Chapelle de la Trinité, Lyons
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William Christie conducts Haendel at the Festival d'Ambronay
Les Arts Florissants, William Christie (Conductor) Emmanuelle de Negri (soprano) Georg Friedrich Haendel Funeral Anthem for Queen Caroline, HWV 264 Silente venti HWV 242, Concerto grosso Op. 6 n° 6 The King shall Rejoice HWV 260 Recorded at the Festival d'Ambronay in 2013
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Jan Garbarek trio and Terje Rypdal trio - Jazz Archive
JAN GARBAREK TRIO Jan Garbarek (saxophone) Arild Andersen (double bass) Edward Vesala (drums) TERJE RYPDAL TRIO Terje Rypdal (guitar) Sveinung Hovensgo (double bass) Jon Christensen (drums) Scandinavian jazz is featured in this issue of 'Jazz Harmony' from 1973 with the performances of Norwegian guitarist Terje RYPDAL and saxophonist Jan GARBAREK. Filmed at the Parc Floral de Vincennes (Paris) by Marc Pavaux - Host: André Francis
MEZZO SOBOTA 28.4.
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Rigoletto by Verdi at the Liceu Opera Barcelona
Rigoletto, by Giuseppe Verdi Libretto by Francesco Maria Piave Symphony Orchestra and Chorus of the Liceu Opera Barcelona, Riccardo Frizza (Conductor) Conxita Garcia (Chorus Master) Monique Wagemakers (Stage Director) Michael Levine (Sets), Sandy Powel (Costumes), Reinier Tweebeeke (Lighting designer) Javier Camarena (Duca di Mantova) Carlos Álvarez (Rigoletto) Desirée Rancatore (Gilda) Ante Jerkunica (Sparafucile) Ketevan Kemoklidze (Maddalena) Gemma Coma-Alabert (Giovanna) Gianfranco Montresor (Conte di Monterone) Toni Marsol (Marullo) Josep Fadó (Matteo Borsa) Xavier Mendoza (Conte di Ceprano) Mercedes Gancedo (Contessa di Ceprano) Recorded at the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona, on April 6th, 2017 TV Director, Stéphane Lebard
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InterMezzo
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Roy Hargrove 5tet + special guest Yasiin Bey - Jazz à Vienne
Roy Hargrove Quintet special guest Yasiin Bey (Aka Mos Def)
MEZZO NEDĚLE 29.4.
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Zubin Mehta and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra: Liszt and Mahler
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Zubin Mehta (Conductor) Khatia Buniatishvili (Piano) Franz Liszt Concerto for Piano no 2 in A major S. 125 Gustav Mahler Symphony no. 9 in D major Recorded on 4 July 2015 at the Heichal Hartabut, Tel Aviv Directed by Christophe Boula
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Zubin Mehta and the IsraelPhilharmonic: Haydn
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Zubin Mehta (conductor) David Radzynski (violin), Emanuele Silvestri (cello), Dudu Carmel (oboe), Daniel Mazaki (bassoon) Joseph Haydn Symphony no. 88 in G major, Hob.I:88 Joseph Haydn Sinfonia Concertante for violin, cello, oboe and bassoon in B-flat major, Hob.I:105 Recorded at the Charles Bronfman Auditorium (Heichal Hatarbut), Tel-Aviv on May 27, 2017 Directed by Christophe Boula
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InterMezzo
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MARCEL, RAMI & BACHAR KHALIFÉ at Détours de Babel
MARCEL, RAMI & BACHAR KHALIFÉ (Liban) Dialogue between generations Marcel Khalifé vocal, oud - Rami Khalifé piano, vocal, keyboard - Bachar Khalifé percussions, vocal, electronic, keyboard TV Director Michaël Favard Recorded on March 2015
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Sidsel Endresen and Stian Westerhus - Porgy And Bess (Wien. Austria)
There is little more courageous and exciting singers that Norwegian Sidsel Endresen. In a language invented by her, Sidsel delivers blazing improvisations. With guitarist Stian Westerhus, she found her perfect alter ego, furious improviser, capable of any excess, saturation, larsens, distortion pedal fully, but also hovering flights. Together they form a duo unmatched in the music scene.
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Roberto Fonseca - Jazz à Vienne
Roberto Fonseca ABUC & Special Guests Roberto Fonseca, piano, keyboard, vocal Eliades Ochoa, vocal, guitar Daymé Arocena, vocal Ucha, vocal Javier Zalba, saxophone, flute, clarinet Jimmy Jenks, saxophone Matthew Simon, trumpet Ramses 'Dinamite' Rodriguez, drums Adel Gonzalez, percussion Yandy Martinez, Electric & acoustic bass Ariel Gustavo Vigo Muniz, saxophone The 40-something star of Cuban jazz (born in Havana in 1975) with nine albums under his belt (the last is Ubuc) and former pianist for the Buena Vista Social Club is a hero of new musica habanera. The piano and percussion maestro (he started out as a drummer) studied music for a long time in Havana. Meeting the saxophonist Javier Zalba from the band Irakere inspired Fonseca to explore alternative music such as Keith Jarrett or Herbie Hancock and traditional beats. He began blending vibrant Cuban rhythms with Santeria's African roots, classical music and jazz ('Yo', 2012). Roberto Fonseca is now seen as an icon of Latin jazz and a potential heir to Chucho Valdes. After a poignant duet with the Mali singer Fatoumata Diawara (2014), the pianist is back with Eliades Ochoa, one of the latest figures in the Buena Vista Social Club and the best-known Cuban vocalist on the scene. He's also joined by 25 year old Daymé Arocena, a singer who blends traditional rumba, jazz, soul and Yoruba culture. Recorded on 2017, July, 7th at the Jazz Festival in Vienne TV Director, Nicolas Micha
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Con Brio - Jazz à Vienne
Con Brio Ziek McCarter, vocal Brendan Liu, trumpet Marcus Stephens, saxopone Benjamin Andrews, guitar Patrick Glynn, keyboard Jonathan Kirchner, bass Andrew Laubacher, percussion Seven musicians formed Con Brio in 2003 with the same passion for the Bay Area's signature funk and psychedelic soul. San Francisco is where Sly and The Family Stone, Tower Of Power, The Headhunters and Darondo flourished. Con Brio produced their first EP, Kiss The Sun, in 2015 and are already famous on the West Coast for their electric concerts and Ziek McCarter's velvety vocals. After touring the US and Europe alongside veterans Galactic and Fishbone, the Californians headed to the studio to put their buzzing live energy on record in 2016. The result is called Paradise, an album in which 'We tried to create a narrative arc in the same way as we link tracks when we play live,' says McCarter. Con Brio has set the stages at the top US festivals Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza and Summerfest on fire. A good omen. Recorded on 2017, July 13th at the Jazz Festival in Vienne TV Director, Nicolas Micha
MEZZO PÁTEK 27.4.
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BILL CARROTHERS 5TET at Jazz sous les pommiers
The quintet of an exceptional composer-pianist and a choir of 125 middle-school pupils from America and Lower-Normandy to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the D-day landings. A truly emotional performance. Bill Carrothers :piano, composition and singing Dré Pallemaerts : drums Drew Gress : double bass Peg Carrothers : singing Max Acree : trombone and hundred chorus-singers with : the Maîtrise de Caen (managed by Olivier Opdebeeck) the American Boychoir (managed by Malvar-Ruiz) Périers 'Le Fairage' middle school choral (managed by Denis Labesse) Caen 'Guillaume de Normandie' middle school choral (managed by Frédéric Ledru)
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Roscoe Mitchell Solo - Porgy And Bess (Wien. Austria)
From the famous Art Ensemble of Chicago saxophonist Roscoe Mitchell is an exceptional improviser, using as a person all registers of the instrument. A living legend of Free Jazz he continues to explore in different formations. Tonight, he appears alone on stage with an alto and a soprano, and gives excpetionnelle performance.
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Laurent De Wilde and Otisto 23 'Fly' with Guillaume Perret - Banlieues Bleues
LAURENT DE WILDE AND OTISTO 23 'FLY !' INVITE GUILLAUME PERRET LIVE AT LA DYNAMO With Nico Ticot (video) Xlrproject Part Two of Laurent de Wilde and Otisto 23's musical experiments. This time, they have transcended themselves. Let us go back to the basic concept: a piano and a computer - Laurent generates sounds on his instrument, with the keyboard of course, but also the strings, felt, wood, metal, anything that can be plucked, scraped and rubbed, producing an infinitely varied sound matter that Otisto processes in real time through his computer, bouncing it back to Laurent, who then responds with new sounds... and this is how the music develops. After the experience of their first album 'PC Pieces', de Wilde et Otisto are meeting again on stage and in the studio. More intuitive, their music now involves more piano and electronics, as in 'Lost' with its long cadence on the piano, meandering through the filters of the machine, and 'B Flat Seven' where a single B Flat generates an extensive technoid epic in seven tableaux. From this encounter, a deeply organic music is born, a dialogue, a conversation which at times solidifies into an incandescent ball of sound or slims down to the most delicate hieroglyphs. An anecdote involves a herd of cows, grazing in the vicinity of the studio where the album was being recorded, to the accompaniment of a colony of flies, who soon invaded the room where the two musicians were working. There ensued a track entitled 'Eau de Mouche n°5', and the realisation that the insects' constant buzzing was influencing their entire repertoire. FLY ! invites us to defy gravity, carried aloft by an intimate and precious musical conversation.
MEZZO SOBOTA 28.4.
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Wallace Roney Quintet - WINTER JAZZ FEST
Wallace Roney Quintet Wallace Roney - trumpet / Lenny White - drums / Daryl Johns - bass / Kevin Hays - piano / Ben Soloman - sax
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Chris Potter Trio featuring James Francies & Eric Harland - Jazz à Porquerolles
Circuits Chris Potter Trio Feat James Francies & Eric Harland Chris Potter, sax Eric Harland, drums James Francies, keyboard After twenty years of a brilliant career, Chris Potter is now established as one of the best saxophonists on the jazz scene. A master of chiaroscuro, as well as the most lyrical, even epic modes, he encompasses the whole palette of contemporary jazz. Supported by world-class sidemen, this singular voice in a new generation of tenor saxophonists takes us on a voyage to the farthest horizons. Recorded on 2017, July 06th at the Jazz Festival in Porquerolles TV Director, Yvan Schreck
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Oscar Peterson and Roy Eldridge in Paris - Jazz Archive
At L'Olympia in Paris, live, on 2 May 1963, trumpet player Roy ELDRIDGE, and Oscar PETERSON trio with Ray BROWN (bass) and Ed THIGPEN (drums).
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Hampton Hawes Trio - Jazz Archive
Hampton HAWES - piano Henry FRANKLIN - bass Mike CARVIN - drums play 'Black forest blues' 'The guy's in love with you' 'High in the sky'. Filmed on 25/06/1971, Maison de la Radio, Paris - directed by Marc Pavaux
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The Baylor Project feat. Jean Baylor and Marcus Baylor - WINTER JAZZ FEST
Jean Baylor - vocals / Marcus Baylor - drums / Allyn Johnson -piano / Corcoran Holt - upright bass / Keith Loftis - tenor/soprano sax
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InterMezzo
MEZZO NEDĚLE 29.4.
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Keziah Jones - Jazz à Vienne
Keziah Jones Keziah Jones, vocal, guitar Joel Grant, bass Joshua McKenzie, percussion Keziah Jones was born into a wealthy family in 1968 in Lagos, Nigeria. He was sent to school in England at the age of 8 and he taught himself to play the piano and guitar in London. He gradually created a stunning rhythmic blend of smooth funk, Hendrix-style psychedelia, pure Ikeja reggae and Yoruba harmonies. He called it BluFunk. Keziah Jones hung out English pubs in central London before heading to Paris where he was spotted in the underground in 1991. The album Blufunk Is a Fact and the track Rhythm is Love were international hits. After venturing through the desert of the mid-90s, he struck gold in 2003 with his fourth album Black Orpheus then the unstoppable Nigerian Wood (2008). Keziah completed an ambitious double album in 2013 flitting between Los Angeles, Spain and his kingdoms in London and Lagos. The dandy fighter is well and truly back to win over his audience. Recorded on 2017, July 13th at the Jazz Festival in Vienne TV Director, Nicolas Micha
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Ella Fitzgerald at the Festival de Jazz d'Antibes 1964 - Jazz Archive
Ella Fitzgerald, vocal Roy Eldridge, trumpet Tommy Flanagan, piano Bill Yancey, acoustic double bass Gus Johnson, drums Horace Silver Quintet: Carmell Jones, trumpet; Joe Henderson, tenor sax; Horace Silver, piano; Teddy Smith, acoustic double bass; Roger Humphries, drums. performing 'The lady is a tramp' by Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart 'Summertime' by Du Bose Heyward, George Gershwin 'Cutie pants'; 'I'm putting all my eggs in one basket' by Irving Berlin 'St. Louis blues' by W. C. Handy 'How high the moon' by Nancy Hamilton, Morgan Lewis 'Chicago' by Fred Fisher 'You'd be so nice to come home to', 'I've got you under my skin' by Cole Porter 'Somewhere in the night' by Mack Gordon, Josef Myrow 'Shiny stockings' by Frank Foster 'Too close for comfort' by Jerry Bock, Larry Holofcener, George David Weiss 'Mack the Knife' by Marc Blitzstein, Kurt Weill. 'Tokyo blues'; 'Pretty Eyes'; 'The natives are restless tonight'. (Songs) Recorded on 28th/29th July 1964 - director: Jean-Christophe Averty
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Roland Kirk in Paris 1970 - Jazz Archive
Rahsaan Roland KIRK (saxophone) & 'The Vibration Society': Dick GRIFFIN (trombone), Ron BURTON (piano), Vernon MARTIN (bass), Jérôme COOPER (drums), Joe TEXIDOR (percussions) Filmat the Maison de la Radio, Paris in 1970 by Bernard Lion
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Uri Caine / Han Bennink - WINTER JAZZ FEST
Uri Caine (piano) Han Bennink (drums)
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Princess, S.Olivia, S. Abbuehl & E. Perraud - Jazz à Porquerolles
Princess Stephan Olivia, piano Susanne Abbuehl, voices Edward Perraud, percussion In the footsteps of Jimmy Giuffre and a new art of the trio, these musicians explore all kinds of expressive possibilities, and remind us that the human voice is first and foremost an instrument. Reaching beyond the confines of jazz, 'Princess ' presents a style of singing as free as the ether and explores the infinite. Recorded on 2017, July 07th at the Festival Jazz in Porquerolles TV Director, Frank Cassenti
MEZZO PONDĚLÍ 30.4.
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Jan Garbarek trio and Terje Rypdal trio - Jazz Archive
JAN GARBAREK TRIO Jan Garbarek (saxophone) Arild Andersen (double bass) Edward Vesala (drums) TERJE RYPDAL TRIO Terje Rypdal (guitar) Sveinung Hovensgo (double bass) Jon Christensen (drums) Scandinavian jazz is featured in this issue of 'Jazz Harmony' from 1973 with the performances of Norwegian guitarist Terje RYPDAL and saxophonist Jan GARBAREK. Filmed at the Parc Floral de Vincennes (Paris) by Marc Pavaux - Host: André Francis
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Hampton Hawes Trio - Jazz Archive
Hampton HAWES - piano Henry FRANKLIN - bass Mike CARVIN - drums play 'Black forest blues' 'The guy's in love with you' 'High in the sky'. Filmed on 25/06/1971, Maison de la Radio, Paris - directed by Marc Pavaux
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Laurent De Wilde and Otisto 23 'Fly' with Guillaume Perret - Banlieues Bleues
LAURENT DE WILDE AND OTISTO 23 'FLY !' INVITE GUILLAUME PERRET LIVE AT LA DYNAMO With Nico Ticot (video) Xlrproject Part Two of Laurent de Wilde and Otisto 23's musical experiments. This time, they have transcended themselves. Let us go back to the basic concept: a piano and a computer - Laurent generates sounds on his instrument, with the keyboard of course, but also the strings, felt, wood, metal, anything that can be plucked, scraped and rubbed, producing an infinitely varied sound matter that Otisto processes in real time through his computer, bouncing it back to Laurent, who then responds with new sounds... and this is how the music develops. After the experience of their first album 'PC Pieces', de Wilde et Otisto are meeting again on stage and in the studio. More intuitive, their music now involves more piano and electronics, as in 'Lost' with its long cadence on the piano, meandering through the filters of the machine, and 'B Flat Seven' where a single B Flat generates an extensive technoid epic in seven tableaux. From this encounter, a deeply organic music is born, a dialogue, a conversation which at times solidifies into an incandescent ball of sound or slims down to the most delicate hieroglyphs. An anecdote involves a herd of cows, grazing in the vicinity of the studio where the album was being recorded, to the accompaniment of a colony of flies, who soon invaded the room where the two musicians were working. There ensued a track entitled 'Eau de Mouche n°5', and the realisation that the insects' constant buzzing was influencing their entire repertoire. FLY ! invites us to defy gravity, carried aloft by an intimate and precious musical conversation.
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Ella Fitzgerald at the Festival de Jazz d'Antibes 1964 - Jazz Archive
Ella Fitzgerald, vocal Roy Eldridge, trumpet Tommy Flanagan, piano Bill Yancey, acoustic double bass Gus Johnson, drums Horace Silver Quintet: Carmell Jones, trumpet; Joe Henderson, tenor sax; Horace Silver, piano; Teddy Smith, acoustic double bass; Roger Humphries, drums. performing 'The lady is a tramp' by Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart 'Summertime' by Du Bose Heyward, George Gershwin 'Cutie pants'; 'I'm putting all my eggs in one basket' by Irving Berlin 'St. Louis blues' by W. C. Handy 'How high the moon' by Nancy Hamilton, Morgan Lewis 'Chicago' by Fred Fisher 'You'd be so nice to come home to', 'I've got you under my skin' by Cole Porter 'Somewhere in the night' by Mack Gordon, Josef Myrow 'Shiny stockings' by Frank Foster 'Too close for comfort' by Jerry Bock, Larry Holofcener, George David Weiss 'Mack the Knife' by Marc Blitzstein, Kurt Weill. 'Tokyo blues'; 'Pretty Eyes'; 'The natives are restless tonight'. (Songs) Recorded on 28th/29th July 1964 - director: Jean-Christophe Averty
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John Raymond's 'Roots' Trio with Gilad Hekselman & Rudy Royston - WINTER JAZZ FEST
John Raymond - flugelhorn / Gilad Hekselman - guitar / Rudy Royston - drums
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Antonio Sanchez & Migration - Jazz à Junas
Antonio Sanchez & Migration Antonio Sanchez, drums Seamus Blake, sax John Escreet, piano Matt Brewer, bass Thana Alexa, song A virtuoso sideman with Chick Corea, Avishai Cohen, Kenny Werner and Pat Metheny, whose faithful drummer he has been for fifteen years, Antonio Sanchez won international fame with the soundtrack to the oscar-winning film 'Birdman', directed by his fellow-countryman, Mexican film director Alejandro González Iñárritu. At the helm of the Migration quartet since 2011, Antonio Sanchez is a true visionary on the contemporary jazz scene. Recorded on 2017, July 19th at the Festival Jazz in Junas TV Director, Giuseppe de Vechi