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Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Butterfly · Peter Herbolzheimer Rhythm Combination & Brass Hip Walk ℗ 1976 Universal Music Jazz Germany, a division of Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin Released on: 1976-06-01 Producer, Associated Performer, Trombone: Peter Herbolzheimer Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Justus Liebich Associated Performer, Trumpet: Derek Watkins Associated Performer, Trombone: Jiggs Whigham Associated Performer, Woodwinds: Ferdinand Povel Associated Performer, Keyboards: Rob Franken Associated Performer, Guitar: Eef Albers Associated Performer, Double Bass: Bo Stief Associated Performer, Drums: Alex Riel Associated Performer, Percussion: Nippy Noya Composer: Herbie Hancock Arranger, Work Arranger: Peter Herbolzheimer Auto-generated by YouTube.
Creed Taylor: The Music Came First documentary
Creed Taylor was a seminal figure in American music, producing hundreds of pivotal jazz recordings over his decades long career. He worked behind the scenes, guiding the look and sound of classic records like Getz/Gilberto’s The Girl From Ipanema, John Coltrane’s Africa Brass, and CTI albums beloved by music listeners around the world. The documentary features stories from A&M’s founders Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss, the CTI All Stars, Ron Carter, Hubert Laws, Harvey Mason, Lenny White with arranger Don Sebesky. Jazz educators Ashley Kahn, John Snyder and Michael Fremer join Creed’s family, painting an intimate portrait of a reclusive figure. Creed Taylor takes center stage, sharing memories of Rudy Van Gelder, Stan Getz, and the classic records he produced.
A Breath Of Nature Mvmt - Nr 4
Composer - Oliver F. Koelling A Breath Of Nature - Mvmt. - Nr. 4 Comp./ orchestration / Prod. - by Oiver F. Koelling An impressionistic tone poem ~ suite for chamber symphonic orch. written in six movements. © K- media prod. S.A. de C.V. 2019 - 2022 - All rights reserved
Keeping Score | Aaron Copland and the American Sound (FULL DOCUMENTARY AND CONCERT)
In the early 20th century, the sounds of America burst upon the world with jazz, blues, spirituals, folk, Latin and the sounds of Tin Pan Alley – each of them defining a different musical experience of being American. Aaron Copland listened and absorbed everything around him. Filmed on location in New York, Brooklyn, and Prague, this episode visits the places and explores the ideas that shaped Aaron Copland’s life and music. Bonus Features: Full-length concert performance of Copland's Appalachian Spring by the San Francisco Symphony originally filmed in high-definition 16:9 widescreen and 5.1 surround sound. More information about DVD and Blu-Ray discs available here: https://www.warnerclassics.com/release/keeping-score-copland-and-american-sound-0 The music will play on. GIVE TODAY SFSYMPHONY.org/give Stay connected with us: Facebook: http://facebook.com/sfsymphony Twitter: http://twitter.com/sfsymphony Instagram: http://instagram.com/sfsymphony Tumblr: http://sfsymphony.tumblr.com/
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