Duke Ellington - Live at the Tivoli Gardens (1971) VBR Аудио: AC3, 2/0 ch, 224Kbps инфо.

Год выпуска: 2003 Жанр: Jazz Продолжительность: 01:07:10 + 01:12:50Издатель: Image EntertainmentВ ролях: Оркестр Дюка Эллингтона во всем своем великолепии!Tracklist: Part 1 1 C-Jam Blues 2 Rockin' In Rhythm аичшк3 All Too Soon 4 Cotton Tail 5 Take the "A" Train 6 Fife 7 Satin Doll 8 Chinoiserie 8 Quadruped 10 Rufus Jones 11 Medley () 12 Goof Part 2 1 C-Jam Blues 2 Rockin' In Rhythm 3 Happy Reunion 4 Cotton Tail 5 I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good 6 аймслTake the "A" Train 7 Fife 8 Chinoiserie 9 Satin Doll 10 Things Ain't What They Used To Be 11 Quadruped 12 Medley () 13 Hello Dolly 14 One More TimeДоп информация: Call him the Duke of Denmark, as this is the second superb Ellington performance recorded in that country to be released in 2003 alone It's also an appropriate follow-up to The Intimate Duke Ellington; whereas the latter showcases Ellington as a solo pianist and in small group settings, Live at the Tivакауыoli Gardens features the Ellington Orchestra in all its splendor It includes two approximately 70-minute sets recorded a few days apart in 1971, when the Duke was 72 But although the repertoire ("Take the 'A' Train", "Satin Doll" and a medley of other familiar Ellington compositions, along with some less familiar fare) is similar, the performances are hardly identical - no surprise there, considering the presence of superb improvisers like trumpeter Cootie Williams and saxophonists Paul Gonsalves and the great Ben Webster Dating from 1971, these two concert performances feature the Duke Ellington Orchestra still in prime form, alternating such old favorites as "Take The 'A' Train", "Rockin' In Rhythm" and a hits medley with newer material At 72, Ellington proves to still be a masterful pianist and a genial host to an enthusiastic European audience The 1971 Duke Ellington big band features such classic players as trumpeter Cootie Wакзигilliams, clarinetist Russell Procope, baritonist Harry Carney and Paul Gonsalves, Harold Ashby and Norris Turney on tenors In addition, the legendary tenor Ben Webster, one of the stars of Duke's orchestra in the early 1940s, sits in with the orchestra and is showcased on "Cotton Tail", "All Too Soon" and "I Got It Bad" As strong as the soloists are, Duke Ellington is never overshadowed and he is very much seen and heard in prime form These timeless performances not only give today's viewers a good idea what it was like to see Ellington live in concert during this era but how it must have felt to be on stage playing his musicКачество: DVD5 (сжатый) Формат: DVD Video Видео кодек: MPEG2 Аудио кодек: AC3 Видео: NTSC 4:3 (720x480) VBR Аудио: AC3, 2/0 ch, 224Kbps.