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Various Artists -《Art Tatum/Ben Webster Quartet》(亚特泰顿/ 班韦伯斯特之四重奏)[MP3]

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    音乐风格爵士
    发行时间1956年
    地区美国
    语言英语
  • 时间: 2010/07/03 01:02:57 发布 | 2010/07/03 09:04:41 更新
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专辑英文名Art Tatum/Ben Webster Quartet
专辑中文名亚特泰顿/ 班韦伯斯特之四重奏
音乐风格爵士
资源格式MP3
发行时间1956年
地区美国
语言英语
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Art Tatum 加 Ben Webster是我听过后觉得从Swing去理解最为合拍的一个组合。Art Tatum独特的古典爵士散拍钢琴技巧犹如秋日落叶在风里纷纷落下。连绵不断却又断续有致。Ben Webster那些气音所独有的闲适温馨恰好填补了Art Tatum 留下的淡漠空间。这样的音乐,即使在大雪纷飞时节也能倍添温暖。说到这,惊觉已很久没见过白茫茫的雪地了、、、
http://www.huabianxia.com/viewthread.php?f...Ty2bS6rl

评语 : 两人在一家小酒吧的吧台旁坐下。酒吧裏没其他客人。本·韦伯斯特的老唱片正在播放<My Ideal>。二十世纪五十年代的演奏。板架上排列的不是CD,是四五十张过去的密纹唱片。 ----天黑以后
http://blogcritics.org/music/article/music...webster/

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  时光如水,一灯如豆,长夜如酒
  安静地听,听这安静
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Art Tatum (1909-1956) is recognized as one of the best — if not the best — jazz pianists of the first half of the twentieth century. His influence would inspire a generation of jazz pianists who would follow him, including Bud Powell, Thelonious Monk, Oscar Peterson, Bill Evans, Chick Corea among many others who would build upon his legacy.

Tatum played within tight structures, rarely venturing into the wild improvisations that dominated jazz in the second half of the twentieth century. He was also more melodic than many of the artists who would follow him.

His genius lay in his accuracy and timing. At times his playing could be frenetic yet each note is distinguishable from the next. His sound is instantly recognizable by its clarity. He was also a genius at changing chord progressions within the melody of a song. His virtuosity was such that when listening to his recordings, this one included, you will swear there is more than one piano being played.

Art Tatum was primarily a solo artist as the majority of his performances and recorded work featured only his piano. Every once in a while, however, he would assemble a trio or quartet, which brings us to Ben Webster.

Webster was a tenor sax player and contemporary of Tatum. He began his career as a member of The Duke Ellington Orchestra in the mid-thirties and would go on to a stellar career both as a solo artist and as a member of numerous groups until his death in 1972. He was known as a swing artist who fit Tatum’s style perfectly.

Legendary producer and label owner Norman Granz managed to lure Tatum and Webster into the studio together. Backed by Red Callender on bass and Bill Douglass on drums, Tatum and Webster recorded all eight tracks that comprise The Album on September 11, 1956. It would be Tatum’s last recording session as he would pass away not long after its completion.

The first track, “All The Things You Are,” sets the tone as Tatum begins with a solo while exploring the song’s structure and theme. Webster then joins in the exploration with his smoky sax sound. While Tatum tends to dominate, Webster’s sax meanders in, out, and around Tatum’s piano to create a dual sound that constantly splits and reunites.

“Gone With The Wind” finds Tatum literally bending the melody with one hand while playing a number of runs with the other. It is an excellent example of his layering technique and creating a two-piano sound. Webster provides a nice counterpoint in support.

Webster would later say that he considered his performance on “Night and Day” one of the best of his career. He assumes more of a dual lead as the purity of his tone wafts over the melody established by Tatum.

There are four bonus tracks which are very interesting. “Gone With The Wind,” “Have You Met Miss Jones,” “Night and Day,” and “Where Or When” are all repeated, but here they are done so with solo performances by Tatum, allowing the listener to compare both versions.

The Album by Ben Webster and Art Tatum is considered one of the best jazz releases of all time. The two geniuses who created this wonderful work are now sadly slipping from the public consciousness. This reissue should restore the luster of their virtuosity and hopefully their popularity as it remains a testament to two of the most influential American jazz musicians of the twentieth century.
Read more: http://blogcritics.org/music/article/music...sVmgtJOi

引用
爵士乐 (jazz) 于19世纪末产生于美国新奥尔良, 并于20世纪20年代开始在美国流行。爵士乐是由传入美国的非洲黑人民间音乐演变而成, 因曲调、和声、配器和主奏乐器及其演奏风格的不同而产生了多种形式, 如拉格泰姆 (ragtime), 布鲁斯 (blues), 布基伍基 (boogie-woogie) 和比博普 (bebop) 等。
  20世纪30年代, swing (摇摆乐) 诞生。这种爵士乐节奏强烈、快速, 演奏者演奏时情绪激昂, 不时在台上又蹦又跳, 非常狂噪。人们把这种类型的爵士乐称为“hot”。- ^
  50年代, cool 爵士乐问世。它曲调柔和, 演奏者演奏时极力控制自己的情绪, 既不蹦也不跳, 表现出一种超然冷漠, 泰然自若的神情与心态。
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01. GONE WITH THE WIND.
02. WHERE OR WHEN.
03. HAVE YOU MET MISS JONES.
04. MY ONE AND ONLY LOVE.
05. NIGHT AND DAY.
06. MY IDEAL.

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