Black & white : the jazz piano
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In the history of jazz, the piano has always played an important role and was a major force in the development of different styles. Stretching over more than seven octaves, a piano's 88 black and white keys offer a wider range of sound than any other instrument and give musicians almost endless harmonical possibilities, practically making the piano a small orchestra on its own.
These 88 keys have inspired countless musicians, from ragtime compositions and rousing boogie-woogie tunes to the swinging improvisations of modern artists. From Scott Joplin and Jelly Roll Morton, from Earl Hines and Teddy Wilson, Oscar Peterson and Dave Brubeck to Lennie Tristano and McCoy Tyner - the list of great names is long.
Black & White is a tribute to these and other outstanding musicians who created a unique and distinctive style on the piano.
Includes four CDs featuring the most popular musical selections of these noted jazz pianists across various styles of jazz.
ContentsCD 1, Blues & boogie-woogie. Honky tonk train blues (Meade Lux Lewis) (3:11) ; Pine Top's boogie woogie (Pine Top Smith) (3:11) ; Slow drag (Cow Cow Davenport) (3:11) ; Henry Brown blues (Henry Brown) (3:15) ; No. 29 (Wesley Wallace) (3:16) ; Jab blues (Jabo Williams) (3:21) ; Boogie woogie prayer, part 1 & 2 (Meade Lux Lewis, Albert Ammons, Pete Johnson) (4:55) ; Shout for joy (Albert Ammons) (2:28) ; Boogie woogie blues (Albert Ammons) (3:44) ; Let 'em jump (Pete Johnson) (3:04) ; Janie's joys (Jimmy Yancey) (3:00) ; Cafe society rag (Albert, Meade, Pete, and their 3 Pianos ; with Joe Turner, vocals) (3:01) ; Boogie woogie (Pete Johnson) (2:45) ; Yancey stomp (Jimmy Yancey) (3:03) ; I don't know (Cripple Clarence Lofton) (2:58) ; Rising tide blues (Meade Lux Lewis) (3:44) ; Boogie woogie jump (Pete Johnson, Albert Ammons ; with James F. Joskins, drums) (2:46) ; How long blues (Jimmy Yancey) (4:00) ; Yancey special (Jimmy Yancey) (2:42) ; The pearls (Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers) (3:23) ; Wolverine blues (Jelly Roll Morton ; with Johnny Dodds, clarinet ; Baby Dodds, drums) (3:19) ; Keep out of the grass (James P. Johnson)
CD 2, Nobility at the keyboard. Handful of keys (Fats Waller) (2:47) ; Ain't misbehavin' (Fats Waller) (3:00) ; Rosetta (Earl Hines Quartet) (3:50) ; Oh! Lady be good (Count Basie and his Orchestra) (3:10) ; Take the "A" train (Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra) (2:52) ; Shiny stockings (Teddy Wilson and his trio) (3:31) ; Sing, sing, sing (Benny Goodman) (12:10) ; Relaxing at Camarillo (Hank Jones Quartet) (13:14) ; Bouncing with Bud (Bud Powell's Modernists) (3:09) ; Misterioso (Sonny Rollins Quintet) (9:22)
CD 3, Small group, great sound. Easy listening blues (Nat King Cole Trio) (2:55) ; Sweet Lorraine (Nat King Cole and his trio) (3:25) ; I can't give you anything but love (Oscar Peterson Trio) (5:23) ; Bye bye blackbird (Oscar Peterson Trio meets Ben Webster) (6:35) ; I'll remember April (Erroll Garner Trio) (4:14) ; It's alright with me (Erroll Garner Trio) (3:21) ; Lullaby of Birdland (George Shearing Quintet) (2:43) ; Star dust (Dave Brubeck Quartet) (6:25) ; Three to get ready (Dave Brubeck Quartet) (5:26) ; Take five (Dave Brubeck Quartet) (5:27) ; Concorde (Modern Jazz Quartet) (3:40) ; The golden striker (Modern Jazz Quartet) (3:39)
CD 4, A funky kind of blues. Walkin' (Miles Davis All Stars) (13:26) ; Doodlin' (Horace Silver and the Jazz Messengers) (6:44) ; Moanin' (Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers) (9:43) ; Taking a chance on love (Kenny Drew Trio) (4:39) ; The squirrel (Tadd Dameron Sextet) (2:53) ; 'Round about midnight (Miles Davis Quintet) (5:55) ; All blues (Miles Davis Sextet) (11:31) ; Freddie Freeloader (Miles Davis Sextet) (9:46) ; Marionette (Lennie Tristano Sextette) (3:08) ; Every time we say goodbye (John Coltrane Quartet) (5:39).
Pianists -- Biography.
Piano music (Jazz) -- History and criticism.
Piano music (Jazz)
|Publisher|| Hamburg, Germany :EarBooks,2011
|Other Titles|| Black and white
Text in English and German.
153 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm + 4 audio discs (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)