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06:24 
InterMezzo
08:30 
Herbert von Karajan conducts Beethoven's Missa Solemnis
Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan (conductor) Wiener Singverein Anna Tomowa-Sintow (soprano), Mruza Baldami (alto), Eric Tappy (tenor), José van Dam (bass). Ludwig van Beethoven Missa Solemnis in D major op. 123 Directed by Horant H. Hohlfeld and Herbert von Karajan Recorded at the Easter Festival, Salzburg, in 1979. .
10:05 
Bach's Saint John Passion with Le Concert Etranger
Le Concert Etranger, Itay Jedlin (Conductor) Johann Sebastian Bach Johannespassion BWV 245 Recorded on September 19th, 2014 at the Festival d'Ambronay Directed by Isabelle Soulard and Christian Leblé.
12:04 
InterMezzo
12:30 
Ghost-Note - A to JazZ Festival
Ghost-Note Robert Sput Searight (Snarky Puppy, Herbie Hancock, Kendrick Lamar) - drums Nate Werth (Snarky Puppy) - percussion Dwayne 'MonoNeon' Thomas (Prince) - bass, Peter Knudsen - guitar Vaughn Henry - keyboards Jonathan Mones (Funky Knuckles, RC & The Gritz) - alto sax, flute Mike Jelani Brooks (Kirk Franklin, RC & The Gritz) - tenor saxophone, flute Recorded on July 6 at A to Jazz Festival, main stage, Sofia, Bulgaria TV Director, Amos Rozenberg.
14:01 
Manu Katché, Richard Bona, Mike Stern, Niels Lan Doky - Jazz in Marciac
Mike Stern (guitar) Niels Lan Doky (piano) Richard Bona (bass) Manu Katché (drums) The Cameroonian international artist Richard Bona at first became known as a bass player in the company of jazz musicians before beginning a career as a singer and composer in 1999. He interprets his own songs and now has more than half a dozen albums under his belt. Jazz Grand Prix winner of the SACEM, Richard Bona never cheats, but then, he doesn't need to. For those who may be unaware, Mike Stern is one of the greatest jazz-rock guitarists, and has been for more than twenty years now. Pupil of Pat Metheny, he was at first spotted by Billy Cobham and then by Miles Davis at the beginning of the 1980's, he was then taken on by Jaco Pastorius and an active member of 'Steps Ahead' with Danny Sanborn before starting out on a promising solo career . The drummer and percussionist Manu Katché has been for some thirty years one of the most sought after musicians at an international level on the jazz, rock and pop scenes. He became known in 1986 thanks to his participation in the album 'So' by Peter Gabriel and since then has been performing non-stop in groups or for recordings, as leader or as sideman. Whatever the context he demonstrates his magnificent technique. Recorded at Jazz in Marciac Festival (Circus top), on August 6, 2018 TV Director, Jean-Marc Birraux.
15:01 
Dave Holland, Zakir Hussain & Chris Potter - Jazz in Marciac
Zakir Hussain (tabla) Chris Potter (saxophone) Dave Holland (double bass) The Indian composer and percussionist Zakir Hussain is THE tabla player of his generation. The tabla is a percussion instrument from the north of India which does indeed give rhythm to the musician's compositions as much when he is performing solo as here when he is accompanied by the bass player Dave Holland or the tenor saxophonist Chris Potter. Considered as a national treasure in India, this artist accrues performances with no less than 150 concerts per year and a career which began at 12 years of age! Perhaps the most impressive virtuoso of the tenor saxophone according to Michel Contat of Télérama, Chris Potter comes from the generation of saxophonists who came to the fore during the course of the 1990's alongside Joshua Redman, James Carter, Chris Cheek and Seamus Blake. Very quickly, this native of Chicago attracted attention because of his succulent tenor sound and a very personal manner of constructing his solos, imposing himself as a reference amongst his peers. Dave Holland's class! This majestic double bass with a round sound. A self-taught double bass player whose atypical manner of playing and magnificent sound were quickly noticed by a certain Miles Davis. A great composer as well. A great leader too.Together with Miles Davis, Chick Corea, Stan Getz or heading up his own groups, the Brit could never be happy with the minimum. Recorded at Jazz in Marciac Festival (Circus top), on July 28, 2018 TV Director, Jean-Marc Birraux.
16:02 
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16:30 
Il Trovatore by Verdi at the Opéra national de Paris
Il Trovatore, dramma in four acts by Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Libretto by Salvatore Cammarano after 'El Trobador' by Antonio García Gutiérrez First performance in Rome, Teatro Apollo, 12 January 1857 Orchestra and Chorus of the Opéra National de Paris, Daniele Callegari (Conductor) José Luis Basso (Choris Master) Alex Ollé (Stage Direction) Alfons Flores (Sets), Urs Schönebaum (Lighting), Lluc Castells (Costumes) Ludovic Tézier (Il Conte de Luna) Hui He (Leonora) Ekaterina Semenchuk (Azucena) Marcelo Alvarez (Manrico) Roberto Tagliavini (Ferrando) Marion Lebègue (Inés) Oleksiy Palchykov (Ruiz) Constantin Ghircau (Un vecchio zíngaro) Cyrille Lovighi (Un messo) Recorded on February 8th & 11th, 2016 at the Opéra national de Paris Directed by Vincent Massip .
18:48 
Les Siècles and François-Xavier Roth: Beethoven
Les Siècles, François-Xavier Roth (Conductor) Hector Berlioz (1803 - 1869) Symphonie fantastique Recorded at the Festival Berlioz, La Côte-Saint-André, 1 September 2019 TV Director, Stéphane Vérité.
19:30 
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20:30 
Prokofiev by Valery Gergiev: Piano Concertos Nos 3, 4 &
Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, Saint Petersburg, Valery Gergiev (Conductor) Daniil Trifonov, Sergei Redkin, Sergei Babayan (piano) Sergei Prokofiev (1891 - 1953) Symphony no. 4, op. 47 Piano Concerto no. 3 in C major, op. 26 (Nobuyuki Tsujii) Piano Concerto no. 4 in B flat major, op. 53 (Sergei Redkin) Piano Concerto no. 5 in G major, op. 55 (Sergei Babayan) Symphony no. 5 in B flat major, op. 100 Recorded at the Mariinsky III, Saint Petersburg on April 24, 2016 TV direction by François-René Martin .
23:34 
John Scofield Quartet - D'Jazz Nevers
John Scofield @ D'Jazz Nevers John Scofield, guitar Larry Golding, organ, piano Steve Swallow, electric bass Bill Stewart, drums Mr Fool (Darrell Edwards - George Jones - Herbie Treece) The Gambler (Don Schlitz) Jolene (Dolly Parton) Just a girl I used to know (Jack Clement) I'm lonesome I could cry (Hank Williams) You're still the one (Shania Twain - John Robert Lange) 'Sco' brilliantly continues his exploration of swing and country music. Brought into the limelight by Miles Davis in the 1980's, John Scofield explores all forms of jazz, including the blues, funk and country music. The American musician teams up with Steve Swallow, who now plays electric bass, and Bill Stewart on drums. John Scofield began playing the guitar as a teenager, discovered the standards of jazz before being drawn to jazz-rock and studying at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. In the 1970's, his career started as a side man with trumpeter and singer Chet Baker and pianist George Duke, among others. In the 1980's the general public discovered his swing, when he played for three years alongside the legendary Miles Davis. Later, Sco's brand of jazz fusion absorbed elements of soul and of the 'New Orleans Spirit', as he played with the greatest musicians of his generation, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock and Jim Hall. Recorded on November 12th at the festival D'Jazz Nevers (Nevers, France) - (Maison de la Culture, hall) TV Director, Samuel Thiebaut.
00:38 
Christian Scott Atunde Ajduah - A to JazZ Festival
Christian Scott Atunde Ajduah Christian Scott (Trumpet) Enregistré le 05 juillet 2019 à A to Jazz Festival Réalisation, Amos Rozenberg.
02:08 
Omar Sosa & The Afri-Lectric Experience: Tribute to "Kind of Blue" - Jazz à la Villette
Omar Sosa - piano Leandro Saint-Hill - saxophone , flute Joo Kraus - trumpet Childo Tomas - voice , bass Marque Gilmore - drums .
03:03 
Raúl Midón Trio - Sing Jazz Festival
Raúl Midón Trio Raúl Midón, Guitar,Voice Billy Williams, drums Romeir Mendez, bass Recorded on 2017 April 2nd at the Sing Jazz Festival TV Director, Amos Rozenberg .
03:58 
Bojan Z - Like a Jazz Machine
Bojan Z Bojan Z, piano, fender rhodes Thomas Bramerie, bass Martijn Vink, drums Pantelis Stoikos, trumpet Claudio Puntin, clarinet Paolo Fresu, trumpet Multiple prize awarded jazz pianist, Bojan Z started working with the French bassist Henri Texier, later followed by the famous clarinetist Michel Portal. With his special language consisting of a mature jazz vocabulary with subtly dosed folkloric influences from the Balkans, Bojan leaves an indelible imprint on contemporary jazz. In 2002 he receives the Prix Django Reinhardt for Musician of the Year. In 2005 he was awarded the 'European Jazz Prize' ( Hans Koller Prize) as the best European jazz artist. Bojan adds Fender Rhodes to his acoustic piano play in which be-bop lines fit in seamlessly with dance rhythms, funky backbeats and folk-tinged improvisations. For his unusual new quartet based on winds, his creation in residence, he works once again with his musician friend, the celebrated Italian trumpet player Paolo Fresu. The public will discover Pantelis Stoikos known as one of the best trumpeters of the Balkans as well as Carlo Puntin an inventive clarinetist acclaimed by John Zorn. Recorded on May 25th 2017 at Like a Jazz Machine Festival, Dudelange, Luxembourg TV Director, Samuel Thiebaut .
04:58 (06:30)
Osmosis - Malta Jazz Festival

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