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Bach: Cantatas BWV 21, 82 - Pygmalion, Raphaël Pichon
Ensemble Pygmalion, Raphaël Pichon (Conductor) Maīlys de Villoutreys (soprano), William Shelton (alto), Reinoud Van Mechelen (tenor), TomᚠKrál (bass) Nicolaus Bruhns (1665 - 1697) De Profundis clamavi Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750) Cantata BWV 131 Aus der Tiefe rufe ich, Herr, zu dir Franz Tunder (1614 - 1667) Ach Herr, laß deine Lieben Engelein Johann Sebastian Bach Cantata BWV 106 Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit Dietrich Buxtehude (1637 - 1707) Klag-Lied, BuxWV 76 Johann Sebastian Bach Cantata BWV 4 Christ lag in Todesbanden Recorded on February 6, 2018 at la Cité de la Musique, Paris Directed by Isabelle Soulard .
Valery Gergiev conducts the Chaliapin Gala in Kazan
Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, Valery Gergiev and Renat Salavatov (conductors) Chorus of the Tartar State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre named after M. Dzhapilia Liubov Draznina (Chorus Master) Anatoly Nezhny (Stage Designer) Sergei Shevchenko (Lighting Designer) Nikolai Rimsky Korsakov Overture to the opera 'Maid of Pskov' Modest Mussorgsky Monologue of Boris from the opera 'Boris Godunov' Mikhail Kazakov Piotr Illich Tchaikovsky Aria of Robert from the opera 'Iolanta' Alexei Markov Léo Delibes Bolero Aida Garifulina Giuseppe Verdi Aria from the opera 'Rigoletto' Gevorg Akopian Gaetano Donizetti Aria of Lucia from the opera 'Lucia di Lammermoor' Albina Shagimuratova Jules Massenet Elegia Ildar Abdrazakov Mikhail Glinka Overture to the opera 'Ruslan and Liudmila' Charles Gounod Valse of Juliette from the opera 'Roméo et Juliette' Aida Garifulina Georges Bizet Couplet of Escamillo from the opera 'Carmen' Alexei Markov Giacomo Puccini Aria from the opera 'Turandot' (with chorus) Akhmet Agadi Charles Gounod Couplet of Méphisto from the opera 'Faust' (with male chorus) Mikhail Kazakov Arrigo Boito Aria from the opera 'Mefistofele' Ildar Abdrazakov Piotr Illich Tchaikovsky Aria of Tomsky from the opera 'The Queen of Spades' Gevorg Akopian Sergei Rachmaninov Vocalise, opus 34, No 14 Albina Shagimuratova Gioachino Rossini Aria of Basilio from the opera 'The Barber of Seville' Mikhail Kazakov Russian Folk Song : Vdol po Piterskoy Alexei Markov Alexander Alyabyev Rossignol after poem by Delvig Albina Shagimuratova Florian Hermann Ochi cherny (black eyes) after poem by Grebinki (with chorus) Ildar Abdrazakov Nazib Gayazovich Zhiganov Aria Dzhapilia 'Farewell, Kazan' (with chorus) Akhmet Agadi Recorded at the Tartar State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre named after M. Dzhapilia, Kazan, Russia, in 2013 .
Jonathan Nott and the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande: Ammann, Bartķk, Beethoven
Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Jonathan Nott (Conductor) Pierre-Laurent Aimard (piano) Dieter Ammann (b. 1962) Core Béla Bartķk (1881 - 1945) Piano Concerto no 1 Sz.83 Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Symphony no 6 in F major op. 68 'Pastoral' Recorded at the Victoria Hall, Geneva, 28 November 2018 .
Michel Dalberto plays Ravel
Michel Dalberto (piano) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Sonatine Valses nobles et sentimentales Miroirs Gaspard de la nuit Recorded at the Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris, 12 April 2019 TV Director, Guillaume L'Hôte.
Avishai Cohen Trio - Zadymka Festival
Avishai Cohen Trio Avishai Cohen (double bass and lyric) Omri Mor (Piano) Itamar Doari (percussion) Noam David (drums) During the course of recent decades, the bass player, singer, composer and leader of the Avishai CohenTrio has confirmed that he is currently one of the greatest bass players. It is however as a composer that he is asserting himself more and more. This concert is a mixture of of standards which are popular with his followers, but also some new compositions. Recorded on February 25th 2018 at the NOSPR Concert hall, Katowice, Zadymka Festival TV Director, Samuel Thiebaut .
Ahmad Jamal in Paris
Ahmad Jamal, piano Manolo Badrena, percussions Erlyn Riley, drums James Cammack, bass Mina Agossi, vocals Abd Al Malik, vocals Filmed on 14 November 2017 at the Palais des Congrčs, Paris TV Director, Patrick Savey.
Charlie Parker - Bird with strings revisited - Philharmonie de Paris
Jazz at the Philharmonie / Charlie Parker Philharmonie de Paris With Olivier Bogé (saxophone), Géraldine Laurent (saxophone), Pierrick Pedron (saxophone), Thomas de Pourquery (saxophone), Jaleel Shaw (saxophone), Thomas Bramerie (double bass), Ali Jackson (drums) Winds and strings orchestra Arrangement, Christophe Dal Sasso Conductor, Bastien Stil Setlist . Overture for 5 saxophones & orchestra . Autumn in New York (solist, Pierrick Pedron) . Lover (Solist, Pierrick Pedron) . Just Friends (solist, Olivier Bogé) . Everything Happens to me (Solist, Olivier Bogé) . If I should lose you (Solists, Jaleel Shaw & Géraldine Laurent) . Stella by Starlight (Solist, Géraldine Laurent) . Summertime (Solist, Thomas de Pourquery) . Laura (Solist, Thomas de Pourquery) . Easy to love (Solist, Jaleel Shaw) . What is this thing called love ( 5 saxo) 'Bird with Strings' (1949) by Charlie Parker is a unique encounter between the world of jazz and classical music. Some of today's best saxophonists return to this repertoire, with new arrangements by Christophe Del Sasso. For the young producer Norman Granz, the signing of Charlie Parker on the Mercury label was a real success story. For several years the saxophonist had been toying with the idea of seizing the opportunity to record music outside his usual quintet. The project 'Charlie Parker with strings' was therefore for him an old dream that he was to bring to reality in 1949. With an oboe, a few violins, a viola, a cello, a harp, a piano, a double bass and drums, he was to give a new sound to the 1930's classics such as 'Just Friends' or 'April in Paris'. Jazz at the Philharmonie celebrates this superb encounter by bringing together Géraldine Laurent (Grand Prix de l'Académie Charles Cros 2015), Pierrick Pédron (Prix du disque franįais awarded by the Académie du jazz 2013) and Thomas de Pourquery (Artist of the Year at the Victoires du jazz 2017) on new arrangements by Christophe Dal Sasso. Recorded on January 27, 2019 at Pierre Boulez Hall, Philharmonie de Paris TV Director, Guiseppe De Vecchi.
Semiramide by Gioachino Rossini, Teatro La Fenice
Semiramide Melodramma tragico in two acts by Gioachino Rossini (1792 - 1868) Libretto by Gaetano Rossi after Voltaire's 'Sémiramis' First performance in Venice, Teatro La Fenice, 3 February 1868 Orchestra e Coro Teatro de La Fenice, Riccardo Frizza (conductor) Claudio Marino Moretti (chorus master) Cecilia Ligorio (staging) Nicholas Bovey (sets) Marco Piemontese (costumes) Jessica Pratt (Semiramide) Teresa Iervolino (Arsace) Alex Esposito (Assur) Enea Scala (Idreno) Simon Lim (Oroe) Silvia Frigato (Azema) Recorded on 23 & 25 October 2018 at the Teatro La Fenice, Venice Directed by Stéphane Vérité .
Snarky Puppy - Stockholm Jazz Festival
Snarky Puppy Their motto is to play music for your brain and body. Be prepared to furiously dance to the music of the most groovy Stochkolm festival band. Formed in 2004, Snarky Puppy was once a happy student dand of North Texas University. They are today one of the most exciting band in the world funk scene. Snarky Puppy members had played with big names and not just Jazz's : Snoop Dodd, Erykah Badu, Chaka Khan, Beyonce, Justin Timberlake, Jason Marsalis and many more. Recorded on 2013 at the Stockholm Jazz Festival TV Director, Mathieu Mastin .
Antonio Zambujo - Rua da Emenda - La Cigale (Paris)
Antonio Zambujo - Rua da Emenda Filmed on 23 January 2015 at La Cigale (Paris).
Ambrose Akinmusire Quartet - Jazz ā Vienne
Ambrose Akinmusire Quartet Ambrose Akinmusire (trumpet) Sam Harris (piano), Harish Raghavan (bass guitar), Justin Brown (drums) This young trumpet player (aged 36), an American of Nigerian heritage, has an impeccable background (from Berkeley High School to the first prize in the Thelonious Monk competition in 2007), but is much more than an impressive academic CV. He aims to create a personal world 'dedicated to beauty'. Akinmusire was born and raised in Oakland, California and first attracted the attention of the saxophonist Steve Coleman, who asked him to join Five Elements. Ambrose Akinmusire was then 19. He released his first album, 'Prelude (To Cora)', and moved to New York, where he played with Vijay Iyer, Aaron Parks, Esperanza Spalding and Jason Moran. In 2010, he worked with Terri Lyne Carrington, Ron Carter, Wallace Roney, Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter. Everyone could see that this creative and surprising trumpet player would be a name to watch in contemporary jazz. This view was shared by the Blue Note label, who signed him up. The albums 'When the Heart Emerges Glistening' and 'The Imagined Savior is Far Easier to Paint' were released in 2011 and 2014. The artist draws his landscapes, visions, ideas and states of mind - pure grace! Akinmusire explores the two sides of his temperament: introspection and lyrical ebullience. In summer 2017, he released 'A Rift in Decorum - Live at the Village Vanguard', a double CD recorded at the legendary club in New York, featuring 16 new compositions in two wide-ranging sets, in defiance of gravity. Recorded on July 9, at the Festival Jazz ā Vienne TV Director, Fabien Raymon.
Harold Lopez Nussa Trio - Jazz ā Porquerolles
Harold Lopez Nussa Trio Harold Lopez Nussa (piano) Ruy Adrian Lopez Nussa (drums) Gaston Joya (bass) Harold Lopez Nussa is a Cuban pianist who comes from a family of musicians. When you hear him it seems as if he is the custodian of all the musical traditions of the Caribbean, open to all the influences from Africa and the Americas without even mentioning the great European classical composers. It is an indication of just how much music lives within him and how he never ceases to want to share it with us. On stage, Harold Lopez overflows with expression just like everything which characterizes 'feeling' in Cuban music which is savoured with a shot of rum in the ears. Harold Lopez the direct descendent of the great Cuban pianists, Cucho Valdez, Carlos Maza, Roberto Fonseca, pianists who irresistibly make you get up off your seat and dance. Recorded on July 9, 2018 at the Jazz ā Porquerolles Festival TV Director, Frank Cassenti.
Rhoda Scott's Lady Quartet + Special Guest Bernard Purdie - Jazz ā vienne
Lady Quartet Rhoda Scott (organ), Airelle Besson (trumpet), Lisa Cat-Berro (saxophone alto), Géraldine Laurent (saxophone alto) Sophie Alour (Saxophone tenor) Julie Saury (drums) Special guest Bernard Purdie (drums) Since 2004, the organist Rhoda Scott has been at the helm (sparked by an idea from Jazz ā Vienne) of the torrid and well-named Lady Quartet, in the company of her Amazons Lisa Cat-Berro, Julie Saury and Sophie Alour. As euphoric and punchy as her young companions in the heat of the action, Rhoda Scott is one of the few still to use the pedals on her Hammond organ. Hence her nickname, 'the barefoot organist' (or 'the absolute toe' in the words of Luigi Trussardi!). After helping to raise the temperature in French jazz venues for the past 50 years, Lady Scott will be celebrating her eightieth birthday this year. She'll be blowing out the boogie candles and setting the gospel cake and soulful chorus on fire. The organist is the daughter of a travelling pastor from New Jersey and grew up in religious communities. She graduated with a master's degree from the Manhattan School of Music and set off for France to complete her studies with Nadia Boulanger. Back in New York, she began by playing with Count Basie. But then she decided to try her luck in Paris, where she arrived right in the month of May 1968. Featuring original compositions and covers ranging from Trenet to Wayne Shorter, 'We Free Queens' (2017), with the title proudly adapted from 'We Free Kings' by Roland Kirk, was recorded live. For Vienne a Lady All-Stars is billed, with Airelle Besson (trumpet), Géraldine Laurent (tenor saxophone) and Anne Pacéo (drums), plus the drummer Bernard Purdie. Recorded on July 3, 2018 at the Festival Jazz ā Vienne TV Director, Fabien Raymond.
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Christian McBride's New Jawn - Malta Jazz Festival
Christian McBride's New Jawn Christian McBride,leader/bass Nasheet Waits, drums Marcus Strickland, sax tenor Josh Evans, trumpet Powered by a relentless energy and a boundless love of swing, Christian McBride's path has described a continuous positive arc since his arrival on the scene. With a career now blazing into its third decade, the Philadelphia native has become one of the most requested, most recorded, and most respected figures in the music world today. His latest grouping, Christian McBride's New Jawn, is a killer unit, tight, soulful, in the pocket and in the groove. By the way, Jawn is Philly slang to describe just about everything and anything, but most importantly to understand why McBride named his new band so, it is probably this: 'Jawn' is one Philly thing New York can't lay claim to'. Recorded on July 20, 2018 at the Malta Jazz Festival TV Director, Amos Rozenberg.


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