Eugen Cicero 出生於罗马尼亚，是以爵士手法演奏古典音乐的先驱之一。无论是萧邦、莫札特或是巴哈等作品，他都以摇摆和即兴风格创造最完美的和谐，和意想不到的惊喜!
Artist: Eugen Cicero Trio
Title Of Album: Jazz Bach
Year Of Release: 1982
Genre: Jazz,Classical Crossover
Eugen Cicero was a jazz pianist of Romanian-Hungarian descent, who became world famous for his jazz interpretations and arrangements of baroque, classical and romantic works. Even his interpretations of jazz standards were always spiced with quotations from classical works. He is praised for his unparalleled virtuosity, his brilliant keystroke and outstanding creativity.
In 1976 Eugen Cicero was awarded a German Schallplatten Preis for his arrangements of compositions by Franz Schubert. In addition to more than 70 recordings and numerous domestic and foreign TV appearances, he made pioneering recordings with the Berlin and Munich Philharmonic orchestras. He also toured Japan, a country where he achieved cult status thanks to his thousands of dedicated and loyal fans.
It was not easy for critics to categorize Eugen Cicero's playing. The designation 'golden hands', which was attributed to him throughout his career, was an indication that both music lovers and critics valued his consistently high level of performance, especially at times of radical change in the music scene. Even now, the name of Eugen Cicero stands for amazing musical virtuosity, phenomenal rhythmic feeling and an inexhaustibly inventive genius.
This video is from a TV broadcast on WDR German television channel. This concert was recorded in 1997, the year of his death, being one of his last concerts.
01. Turkischer Marsch (Mozart) (3:59)
02. Badinerie (Bach) (3:21)
03. Gavotte (Gossec) (2:51)
04. Cappricio (Beethoven) (3:36)
05. Traumerei (Schumann) (4:07)
06. Humoresque (Dvorak) (4:44)
07. Ballett-Samba (Tschaikowsky) (4:35)
08. Adagio (Albinoni) (3:44)
09. Viola (Cicero) (2:12)
10. Poeme (Fibich) (4:37)