Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra - Portraits By Ellington download mp3 album
The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, led by Wynton Marsalis, is made up of 15 of the finest soloists, ensemble players, and arrangers in jazz music today. The mission of Jazz at Lincoln Center is to entertain, enrich and expand a global community for jazz through performance, education and advocacy.
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra is an American big band and jazz orchestra led by Wynton Marsalis. The Orchestra is part of Jazz at Lincoln Center, a performing arts organization in New York City. In 1988 the Orchestra was formed as an outgrowth of its concert series, Classical Jazz, with David Berger conducting.
Lincoln Center Jazz Orch ~ Portraits By Ellington. This is one of the earliest recordings of the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, made in 1991 or 1992. For that reason some of the familiar faces of the orchestra are not present, such as Wess 'Warmdaddy'Anderson, Ted Nash, Ryan Kisor and Eric Reed. However, the quality of the music is still sublime. Replacing the very competent tenor saxophonist Walter Blanding is the equally good, if not better, Todd Williams. Williams plays several breathtaking solos on this album, but my favourite is his heart wrenching rendition of 'Self Portrait of the Bean', dedicated to the great tenor.
Recorded in Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, August 10 & 11, 1991.
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The stellar musicians who make up the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra are dedicated to preserving the rich heritage of America's own original musical art form. Since Wynton Marsalis joined the Lincoln Center as artistic director in 1990, the orchestra has celebrated each year the contributions of one of jazz's greatest luminaries: Duke Ellington. This CD was recorded the year after the arrival of the New Orleans trumpet player, whose vision it was to preserve and celebrate the music of the early lions of jazz.
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|1||Portrait Of Louis Armstrong
Soloist [Trumpet] – Wynton Marsalis
|2||Thanks For The Beautiful Land On The Delta
Soloist [Tenor Saxophone] – Todd Williams
|3||Portrait Of Bert Williams
Soloist [Clarinet] – Bill EasleySoloist [Trombone] – Art BaronSoloist [Trumpet] – Marcus Belgrave
Soloist [Clarinet] – Bill EasleySoloist [Piano] – Roland HannaSoloist [Tenor Saxophone] – Todd Williams
|5||Self Portrait Of The Bean
Soloist [Tenor Saxophone] – Todd Williams
Soloist [Clarinet] – Dr. Michael WhiteSoloist [Trumpet] – Wynton Marsalis
|7||Total Jazz (Final Movement Of "Portrait Of Ella Fitzgerald")
Soloist [Clarinet] – Bill EasleySoloist [Piano] – Roland HannaSoloist [Tenor Saxophone] – Todd WilliamsSoloist [Trombone] – Wycliffe GordonSoloist [Trumpet] – Marcus Belgrave
|8a||I. I Like The Sunrise
Soloist [Baritone Saxophone] – Joe TemperleyVocals – Milt Grayson
|8b||II. Dance No. 1
Soloist [Tenor Saxophone] – Todd WilliamsSoloist [Trumpet] – Wynton Marsalis
|8c||III. Dance No. 2
Soloist [Clarinet] – Bill EasleySoloist [Vibraphone] – Steve Nelson
|8d||IV. Dance No. 3
Soloist [Baritone Saxophone] – Joe TemperleySoloist [Trumpet] – Lew SoloffSoloist [Violin] – Andy Stein
|8e||V. Dance No. 4
Soloist [Timpani] – Kenny Washington
|8f||VI. Dance No. 5
Soloist [Baritone Saxophone] – Joe TemperleySoloist [Trombone] – Art BaronSoloist [Trumpet] – Wynton Marsalis
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Recorded At – Alice Tully Hall
- Alto Saxophone – Frank Wess, Norris Turney
- Art Direction – Josephine DiDonato
- Artwork [Cover Artwork] – Romare Bearden
- Baritone Saxophone – Joe Temperley
- Bass – Reginald Veal
- Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Bill Easley
- Conductor – David Berger
- Drums, Timpani – Kenny Washington
- Liner Notes – Stanley Crouch
- Photography By – Arthur Elgart
- Piano – Roland Hanna
- Producer – Jazz At Lincoln Center
- Recorded By – Jim Anderson
- Tenor Saxophone – Todd Williams
- Trombone – Art Baron, Britt Woodman, Wycliffe Gordon
- Trumpet – Wynton Marsalis
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Marcus Belgrave
- Vocals – Milt Grayson
NotesRecorded in Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, August 10 & 11, 1991
℗ 1992 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
© 1992 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
This release comes in a standard jewel case with a 8-page/4-panel booklet.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5099747281426
- Matrix / Runout: DIDP-078098 G3 1A 02
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L423
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 7246
|CK 53145||Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra*||Portraits By Ellington (CD, Album)||Columbia||CK 53145||US||1992|
|CK 53145||Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra*||Portraits By Ellington (CD, Album, Pit)||Columbia||CK 53145||US||1992|
|SRCS 6604||Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra*||Portraits By Ellington (CD, Album)||Sony Records||SRCS 6604||Japan||1992|