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Town Hall - 1962 [ ÉLŐ ]
Ornette Coleman, David Izenzon, Charles Moffett & String Ensemble
első megjelenés éve: 1962
46 perc
(2008)   [ DIGIPACK ]

3.501 Ft 


Kosaramba teszem
1.  Doughnut
2.  Sadness
3.  Dedication to Poets and Writers
4.  The Ark
Avant-Garde Jazz
Free Jazz

Recorded: Dec 21, 1962, Town Hall, New York, New York

Ornette Coleman (alto saxophone)
Selwart Clark, Nathan Goldstein (violin)
Julian Barber (viola)
Kermit Moore (cello)
David Izenzon (double bass)
Charles Moffett (percussion)

On Christmas evening 1962, Coleman produced and recorded his own concert at Town Hall in New York City, with David Izenzon (bass), Charles Moffett (drums) and a string ensemble. An important release documenting a point of change in Coleman's work, Dedication To Poets and Writers' for string quartet, is now widely recognized as Ornette's first harmolodic chamber music based on his ideas he would later call Harmolodics. This classical string quartet curiously fits together with the three trio pieces, due to the input of bassist David Izenzon. His classical approach and his broad understanding of rhythmical complexity are the perfect match to Ornette's free and lyrical alto lines. Izenzon's ability to improvise out of context with anything that is going around him, also makes him the perfect partner for drummer Charles Moffett. Moffett is merely providing an atmospherical background, sometimes with a hard swing indeed, sometimes experimenting with free noise.
(from liner notes)

* Charles Shabacon - Photography
* Hans Schreiber - Liner Notes
* Jay Dillon - Art Direction
* Jerry Newman - Engineer
* Stefania Saturni - Cover Design
* Tom "Tornado" Klatt - Liner Notes

Ornette Coleman's decision to temporarily retire from music (this ESP disc was his only recording from a four-year period) was unfortunate. His alto playing was getting stronger, and on evidence of this CD, he had plenty of original ideas that should have been documented. For this Town Hall concert, Coleman debuts with his new trio (a unit that would return in 1965) featuring the remarkable bassist David Izenson and drummer Charles Moffett. Together they perform "Doughnut," "Sadness," and an extensive 23-and-a-half minute version of "The Ark." In addition, a string quartet performs Colemans' "Dedication to Poets and Writers." Although Ornette's string writing (which leaves no room for improvising) is pretty well outside of jazz, his playing on the other tracks holds one's interest throughout.
---Scott Yanow, All Music Guide

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