Marian McPartland - At the Festival mp3 downloadPerformer: Marian McPartland
Title: At the Festival
Style: Jazz Instrument,Mainstream Jazz,Piano Jazz
Released: August, 1979
Size MP3 version: 1692 mb
Size FLAC version: 1651 mb
Size WMA version: 1271 mb
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Marian McPartland - At the Festival mp3 download
Written-By – Marian McPartland, Peggy Lee.
Live At The Concord Jazz Festival 1979 Marian McPartland bassist Brian Torff and drummer Jake Hanna!!! alt sax Mary Fettig Park !!! Marian McPartland's.
Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz Radio Broadcast - Teddy Wilson, Marian McPartland. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день.
Joined by bassist Brian Torff and drummer Jake Hanna, McPartland plays her own "In the Days of Our Love" plus five diverse standards that range from "Cotton Tail" to Chick Corea's "Windows. For the last three numbers ("Here's That Rainy Day," "On Green Dolphin Street" and "Oleo"), McPartland's trio is joined by the excellent but underrated altoist Mary Fettig Park; when is she going to record an album of her own? Recommended.
Honoring Marian McPartland, the jazz icon who smashed glass ceilings. espie to Thelonious Monk to Mongo Santamaria - let’s not forget a jazz woman who shattered many glass ceilings. gl/kbWjcp Photo: Laird Scott. Here are two photos from the Marian McPartland Centennial Concert last week at the Piedmont Piano Co. in Oakland, CA.
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Margaret Marian McPartland, OBE (née Turner; born March 20, 1918), is an English-born jazz pianist, composer, writer, and was the host of Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz on National Public Radio until she stepped down on November 10, 2011. At the Festival Album. The Web's Largest Resource for. Music, Songs & Lyrics. A Member Of The STANDS4 Network.
Margaret Marian McPartland, OBE (née Turner; 20 March 1918 – 20 August 2013), was an English-American jazz pianist, composer and writer. She was the host of Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz on National Public Radio from 1978 to 2011. After her marriage to trumpeter Jimmy McPartland in February 1945, she resided in the United States when not travelling throughout the world to perform. In 1969 she founded Halcyon Records, a recording company that produced albums for 10 years
|1||I Love You Cole Porter||Marian McPartland||5:19|
|2||Willow Weep for Me Ann Ronell||Marian McPartland||6:27|
|3||Windows Chick Corea||Marian McPartland||6:34|
|4||In the Days of Our Love Peggy Lee / Marian McPartland||Marian McPartland||4:45|
|5||Cotton Tail Duke Ellington||Marian McPartland||5:58|
|6||Here's That Rainy Day Johnny Burke / James Van Heusen||Marian McPartland||6:20|
|7||On Green Dolphin Street Bronislaw Kaper / Ned Washington||Marian McPartland||7:33|
|8||Oleo Sonny Rollins||Marian McPartland||6:24|
CreditsKarl Bonfert - Photography
Johnny Burke - Composer
Chick Corea - Composer
Ron Davis - Engineer
Phil Edwards - Engineer, Remixing
Duke Ellington - Composer
Mary Fettig - Sax (Alto)
Jake Hanna - Drums
Dick Hendler - Art Direction
James Van Heusen - Composer
Jim Hilson - Engineer
George Horn - Mastering
Carl Jefferson - Producer
Bronislaw Kaper - Composer
Peggy Lee - Composer
Marian McPartland - Composer, Piano, Primary Artist
Kim Park - Photography
Cole Porter - Composer
Sonny Rollins - Composer
Ann Ronell - Composer
Dennis Staats - Engineer
Brian Torff - Bass
Michael Ullman - Liner Notes
Ned Washington - Composer