Albert Mangelsdorff - Die Opa Hirchleitner S mp3 downloadPerformer: Albert Mangelsdorff
Title: Die Opa Hirchleitner S
Style: Free Jazz
Released: September 14, 2006
Size MP3 version: 1704 mb
Size FLAC version: 1507 mb
Size WMA version: 1287 mb
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Albert Mangelsdorff - Die Opa Hirchleitner S mp3 download
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Die Opa Hirchleitner Story - Студийный альбом от Albert Mangelsdorff. В альбом вошло 20 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 59:43. Die Opa Hirchleitner Story. 1. Albert Mangelsdorff. 2. 3. 4. 5. Swing It, Sam. 02:32. 6. 7. 8.
Trombone – Albert Mangelsdorff. Trumpet – Dusko Gojkovic (tracks: 1 to 4, 17 to 20). Notes. Hans Koller "A Ball With Al"; BRUNSWICK EPB 10815 (tracks 1-4) as Albert Mangelsdorff Jazztett "Die Opa Hirchleitner Story".
This album has an average beat per minute of 100 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 64/178 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Recent albums by Albert Mangelsdorff. Music for Jazz Orchestra. Shake, Shuttle and Blow.
Artist Album Song Title. Die Opa Hirchleitner Story Album Cover Art. CD 1. Kanto Schilchen's Choral. Hirchie at Mahogany Hall.
Die Opa Hirchleitner Story. Release group by Albert Mangelsdorff. DE. Bear Family Records.
OPA is from Uruguay and this is their second album, released in the middle of the 70s, more or less when the most famous fusion band was WEATHER REPORT. But of course there are also a lot of traditional influences in their music, coming from both the sides of the Andes. The album is opened by tribal percussion and a synth mimic of Pan flute, but after the intro the opening track changes drastically several times. it goes pop, then close to neo-prog until a proper fusion section arrives. It's when the singer shows his huge vocal skills reminding to Demetrio STRATOS
Albert Mangelsdorff (September 5, 1928 – July 25, 2005) was a German jazz trombonist. Working mainly in free jazz, he was an innovator in multiphonics. Mangelsdorff was born in Frankfurt. He was given violin lessons as a child and was self-taught on guitar in addition to knowing trombone. His brother, alto saxophonist Emil Mangelsdorff, introduced him to jazz during the Nazi period (a time when it was forbidden in Germany). After the war Mangelsdorff worked as a guitarist and took up trombone in 1948.
|1||Kantor Schilchen's Choral||Albert Mangelsdorff|
|2||Hirchie at Mahogany Hall||Albert Mangelsdorff|
|3||Ceiling Breakdown||Albert Mangelsdorff|
|4||Bollhausen Blues||Albert Mangelsdorff|
|5||Dave's Idea||Albert Mangelsdorff|
|6||Dusko's Absence||Albert Mangelsdorff|
|7||Swing It, Sam||Albert Mangelsdorff|
|8||Sound for Jazztone||Albert Mangelsdorff|
|9||Beard's Beard||Albert Mangelsdorff|
|11||You're on Hans||Albert Mangelsdorff|
|12||Rhein Main Jump||Albert Mangelsdorff|
|13||Almost Dawn||Albert Mangelsdorff|
|14||Old Hat with a New Rim||Albert Mangelsdorff|
|15||Adlon 1925||Albert Mangelsdorff|
|16||Ending Ad Lib||Albert Mangelsdorff|
|17||Ball for Dusko||Albert Mangelsdorff|
|18||C. T. A.||Albert Mangelsdorff|
|19||Short and Swift||Albert Mangelsdorff|
|20||For Sahib||Albert Mangelsdorff|