Earl Hines - Masters of Jazz mp3 downloadPerformer: Earl Hines
Title: Masters of Jazz
Style: Early Jazz,Jazz Instrument,Piano Jazz
Released: October 3, 2006
Date of recording: January 20, 1954 - March 24, 1974
Size MP3 version: 1238 mb
Size FLAC version: 1365 mb
Size WMA version: 1529 mb
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Earl Hines - Masters of Jazz mp3 download
The Best Music Collection of Dizzy Gillespie, Django Reinhardt, Earl Hines, Johnny Dodds and Other Famous Artists, Vol. 3. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день
Biography by Scott Yanow. Charismatic pianist of the early days of jazz whose unusual rhythms changed the course of music. Live at the New School. Earl Hines Plays Fats . arl Hines. Tour de Force Encore.
The Masters of Jazz: 33 Best of Lee Konitz & Earl Hines, 2011. The Masters of Jazz: 33 Best of Lee Konitz & Earl Hines, 2011. Duet for Saxophone and Guitar, 02:38.
Beyond Patina Jazz Masters: Earl Hines. SME, Kontor New Media Music (от лица компании "Beyond Patina"); UBEM, ASCAP, LatinAutor - SonyATV, LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (2). Композиция. I Ain't Got Nobody (12-12-28). Complete Jazz Series 1928 - 1932. Earl Hines and His Orchestra. Earl Hines - 61 Greatest Jazz Hits, Vol. 2. Авторы текста и музыки. SME (от лица компании "Flat Five Records"); PEDL, EMI Music Publishing, LatinAutor, UBEM, Warner Chappell, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, BMI - Broadcast Music In. и другие авторские общества (1). Earl Hines & his Orchestra.
Earl Hines, Lee Konitz. Lee Konitz - Odjenar 02:54. Earl Hines - On the Sunny Side of the Street 02:36. Lee Konitz - Duet for Saxophone and Guitar 02:38. Earl Hines - Number 19 02:54. Earl Hines - Up Jumped the Devil 02:49. Earl Hines - Piano Man 02:36. Earl Hines - The Earl 02:47. Earl Hines - Angry 02:33. Earl Hines - Body and Soul 02:54. Four Jazz Giants: Earl Hines Plays Tributes to . Handy, Hoagy Carmichael, Louis Armstrong - Earl Hines. Boggie Woggie On St Louis Blues - Earl Hines. Spirits - Lee Konitz.
EARL HINES is a stride piano, big band, vocal jazz, dixieland, original new orleans jazz, classic (1920s) jazz swing music artist. Earl Hines has been called the first modern jazz pianist. His style differed from other pianists of the Twenties in his use of what were then considered unusual rhythms and accents. Jelly Roll Morton had set the direction of Jazz piano in the early part of the decade, but after 1926 Hines was at the forefront of the Hot Jazz style. Hines started playing professionally around 1921 in Pittsburgh.
14: Earl Hines (1903-1983) From Duquesne, Pennsylvania, Earl Fatha Hines was a key figure in the evolution of jazz piano-playing. He started as an orthodox stride-style player but soon introduced innovations. Though he began his recording career in 1923, he was able to adapt to changing styles in jazz and kept recording until 1981.
A brilliant keyboard virtuoso, Earl Fatha Hines was one of the first great piano soloists in jazz, and one of the very few musicians who could hold his own with Louis Armstrong. His so-called 'trumpet' style used doubled octaves in the right hand to produce a clear melodic line that stood out over the sound of a whole band, but he also had a magnificent technical command of the entire range of the keyboard. In his teens Hines moved to Pittsburgh, where he attended Schenley High School and continued to study music. His musical direction changed abruptly when family members took Hines to the Liederhouse, a club featuring jazz, and he fell in love with the rhythm-filled music. After discovering the burgeoning jazz scene, he abandoned his plans to play classical music and immersed himself in jazz.
Earl Kenneth Hines, universally known as Earl "Fatha" Hines (December 28, 1903 – April 22, 1983), was an American jazz pianist and bandleader. He was one of the most influential figures in the development of jazz piano and, according to one major source, is "one of a small number of pianists whose playing shaped the history of jazz". The trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie (a member of Hines's big band, along with Charlie Parker) wrote, "The piano is the basis of modern harmony
|1||Boogie Woogie on St. Louis Blues||Earl Hines||5:44|
|2||Jump for Joy Earl Hines||Earl Hines||3:10|
|3||Hot Soup Earl Hines||Earl Hines||3:33|
|4||Piano Man Earl Hines||Earl Hines||4:03|
|5||You're the Cream in My Coffee||Earl Hines||5:19|
|6||Rosetta Earl Hines||Earl Hines||3:55|
|7||Medley: Monday Date/Blues in Thirds/You Can Depend on Me Earl Hines||Earl Hines||7:04|
|8||I've Got the World on a String Harold Arlen||Earl Hines||7:03|
|9||Over the Rainbow Harold Arlen||Earl Hines||8:23|
|10||Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea Harold Arlen||Earl Hines||4:34|
|11||Come Rain or Come Shine Harold Arlen||Earl Hines||6:41|
|12||My Shining Hour Harold Arlen||Earl Hines||11:48|
|13||As Long as I Live Harold Arlen||Earl Hines||5:56|
CreditsHarold Arlen - Composer
Eddie "Guitar" Burns - Drums
Morten Hansen - Bass
The Mike Hennessey Chastet - Biographical Information
Earl Hines - Composer, Piano, Primary Artist
Morris Lane - Sax (Tenor)
Pearce Marchbank - Design
Hans Nielsen - Engineer
Jan Persson - Photography
Brian Priestley - Liner Notes
Carl Pruitt - Bass
Gene Redd - Sax (Tenor), Trumpet
Dicky Wells - Trombone