Assembly Singers & Jazz Orchestra - Rīga dimd! download mp3 album
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The Jazz Composer's Orchestra is a 1968 album by the Jazz Composer's Orchestra recorded over a period of six months with Michael Mantler as composer, leader and producer. Many of the key figures in avant-garde jazz from the time contributed on the album including Don Cherry, Pharoah Sanders, Gato Barbieri, Larry Coryell, Roswell Rudd, and Carla Bley. The album's finale features a two-part concerto for Cecil Taylor and orchestra.
One of the best jazz singers among contemporary jazz, Chicago-born Elling made his debut album for Blue Note in 1995 and quickly established himself as name to reckon with. Able to scat and improvise with his voice like an instrumentalist, Elling is also an astute interpreter of standards and a writer of strong original material. In 1945, she successfully auditioned to replace Anita O’Day in Stan Kenton’s orchestra and graced several of the band’s hits, including the Latin-tinged million-selling ‘Tampico’. She cut her first solo record in 1947 and, after that, never looked back. With her sonorous tone, subtle vibrato, and strong but nuanced phrasing, Christy epitomised the West Coast cool school art of jazz singing.
Rīga dimd, Rīga dimd! Kas to Rīgu dimdināj'? Aijaijā Tralalā. The first steps taken in Latvian environment was during the days in Dikļi in 1864. 1003 singers and 30 orchestra players participated in the first festival, only once festival was held outside Riga- in Jelgava in 1895. During the Soviet invasion and annexation of Latvia in 1940, festivals were continuing in the Latvian SSR, the abroad Song and Dance Festival is currently held every four years, alternating between the United States and Canada.
Rïga dimd, folk song. Composed By. Latvian Traditional.
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