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9 thoughts on “ Lennie Tristano - Requiem (CD) ”

  1. The opening 'Line Up' is a wonderful example of Tristano's piano playing building his solos in a combination of chords and single lines. The 'Requiem' piece is a moving tribute to Charlie Parker using a second overdubbed piano part. The structure of his /5(10).
  2. Find Lennie Tristano song information on AllMusic. Advanced jazz pianist was an early experimenter in the be-bop era and mentored Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh.
  3. Apr 20,  · referencing Lennie Tristano, LP, Album, LTZ-K This LP attracted quite a bit of criticism when first released. Tape editing, multi-tracking and reproducing the tapes at a different speed than that of the original recording just wasn't familiar on serious recordings in and was viewed either as a gimmick or as "cheating"/5().
  4. Lennie Tristano - Intuition music CD album at CD Universe, 4 CDs, A comprehensive guide to the groundbreaking work of blind pianist, composer and theorist who founded.
  5. This CD brings back a formerly rare set by Warne Marsh, plus seven classic performances that serve as the high point of Lennie Tristano's career. Oddly enough, the Tristano date is programmed second.
  6. Mar 23,  · The final five songs are concert recordings. Originally released as Tristano's Atlantic Records debut, the album was released on CD in by Rhino Records in combined form with Tristano's follow-up, The New Tristano, and as part of a collection, The Complete Atlantic Recordings of Lennie Tristano, Lee Konitz & Warne Marsh, in
  7. Tracks 1 to 6 recorded on October 15, Track 7 & 8 recorded circa Tracks 9 to 16 recorded circa /
  8. Lennie Tristano, an Album by Lennie Tristano. Released in on Atlantic (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Cool Jazz, Bebop.
  9. Lennie Tristano discography and songs: Music profile for Lennie Tristano, born 19 March Genres: Cool Jazz, Bebop, Avant-Garde Jazz. Albums include Lennie Tristano, Descent Into the Maelstrom, and The New Tristano.

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