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Lajos Dudas - 50 Years With Jazzclarinet: The Best Of Lajos Dudas album mp3

Performer: Lajos Dudas
Title: 50 Years With Jazzclarinet: The Best Of Lajos Dudas
Released: 2011
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Lajos Dudás beautifully conjures the entire history of jazz clarinet, from its very beginnings to its swing and bop modes to its freest and the most romantic of now accepted clarinet-jazz moods. He may well even cover this entire trajectory in just one song. It's part of his nature. He's almost completely unencumbered by fad or fashion. But far too few people know about Lajos Dudás and the great wealth of music he has contributed to the jazz pantheon. 50 Years With Jazzclarinet: The Best Of Lajos Dudas is an excellent introduction. Tracks: CD1: Detour; Rumpelstilzchen; Benny; Song For Jinni; Blueduet; Wiegenlied; Change Of time; Grave; At Carmelo´s; Backstage; Csardas Obstine. CD2: Summertime; Sarabande; Gavotte En Rondo; La Gelee; Pals; Cool Getz; Un Poco Presto; Miles; Sunday Afternoon; Bourree; Triplets; Children At play; Pirouette; Let´s Call The Whole Thing Off.

While Lajos Dudas hasn't attained name recognition in the . jazz market, he's clearly one of the best-kept clarinet secrets in Europe, and this album should go a long way in bringing some well-deserved attention to his impressive body of work. Track Listing: CD1: Detour; Rumpelstilzchen; Benny; Song For Jinni; Blueduet; Wiegenlied; Change Of time; Grave; At Carmelo´s; Backstage; Csardas Obstine.

1-1 recorded on Detour 1980 1-2 recorded on Monte Carlo 1982 1-3 recorded live at the Jazzfestival Münster 1986, published on Mistral 1-4, 1-5 Radiorecording 1987 1-6 Change of Time 1990 1-7 Radiorecording 1989 SWR/ BadenBaden.

Rumpelstielzchen Lajos Dudas - 50 Years With Jazzclarinet: The Best Of Lajos Dudas ‎(2xCD, Album, Comp). Trevor Richards - 50 Years Trio: Previously Unissued Material 1965 - 2015 ‎(3xCD, Comp). New Orleans Jazz Productions.

Lajos Portisch (born 4 April 1937) is a Hungarian chess Grandmaster, whose positional style earned him the nickname, the "Hungarian Botvinnik". One of the strongest non-Soviet players from the early 1960s into the late 1980s, he participated in twelve consecutive Interzonals from 1962 through 1993, qualifying for the World Chess Championship Candidates' cycle a total of eight times (1965, 1968, 1974, 1977, 1980, 1983, 1985, and 1988). Portisch set several all-time records in Chess Olympiads

Lajos Dudas скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве, либо слушайте песню Lajos Dudas - Csardas Macrabe, Lajos Dudas - Bourree, Bwv 966, Lajos Dudas - Goodbye Pork Pie Hat, Lajos Dudas - Your s Is My Heart Alone, Lajos Dudas - Vierd Blues, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки. Lajos Dudas Quartet, Deutsche Kammerakademie Neuss – 5 Movements, Op. 5 No. 4, Sehr Langsam.

Nightlight: Best 2 songs. Lajos Dudas - Bagpiper 08:11. Lajos Dudas - Sunday Afternoon 05:50. Lajos Dudas: best 2 tracks. Lajos Dudas - Walk in the City Artistry in Duo, 2006 06:11.

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1-1 Dertour
Bass – Ali HaurandDrums – Kurt BillkerVibraphone – Tom van der GeldWritten-By, Clarinet – Lajos Dudas
8:11
1-2 Rumpelstielzchen
Bass – Bert ThompsonClarinet – Lajos DudasDrums – Kurt BillkerWritten-By, Guitar – Attila Zoller
10:03
1-3 Benny
Bass – Teodossi Stoykov*Drums – János SzudyVibraphone – Tommy VigWritten-By, Clarinet – Lajos Dudas
11:12
1-4 Song For Jinny
Ensemble – HR Jazz Ensemble*Tenor Saxophone – Christoph Lauer*Written-By, Clarinet – Lajos Dudas
3:07
1-5 Blueduet
Bass – Günter LenzEnsemble – HR Jazz Ensemble*Trombone – Albert MangelsdorffWritten-By, Clarinet – Lajos Dudas
4:57
1-6 Wiegenlied
Bass – Teodossi Stoykov*Violin – Manfred NiehausVocals – Márta SzirmayWritten-By, Clarinet – Lajos Dudas
4:51
1-7 Change Of Time
Alto Saxophone – Harvey WainapelBass – Vitold RekDrums – Wladimir Tarasov*Trombone – Hans SparlaWritten-By, Arranged By, Clarinet – Lajos Dudas
4:08
1-8 Grave
Clarinet – Lajos DudasComposed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
2:46
1-9 At Carmelo's
Bass – Teodossi Stoykov*Drums – Imre KőszegiKeyboards – Ernst Gaida-HartmannWritten-By, Clarinet – Lajos Dudas
4:46
1-10 Backstage
Bass – Günter LenzEnsemble – HR Jazz Ensemble*Tenor Saxophone – Gerd DudekWritten-By, Arranged By, Clarinet – Lajos Dudas
5:26
1-11 Csardas Obstine
Alto Saxophone – Lajos DudasBass – Ali HaurandComposed By – Franz LisztDrums – János SzudyElectric Piano – Mike HertingGuitar – Erhard Bünting
5:00
2-1 Summertime
Arranged By, Alto Saxophone – Lajos DudasKeyboards, Synthesizer [Bass], Arranged By [Rhythm] – Ernst Gaida-HartmannTrumpet – Bela WeissbachWritten-By – George Gershwin
4:03
2-2 Sarabande
Bass – Ali HaurandClarinet – Lajos DudasComposed By – Johann Sebastian BachDrums – János Szudy
1:45
2-3 Gavotte En Rondo
Bass – Ali HaurandClarinet – Lajos DudasComposed By – Johann Sebastian BachDrums – János Szudy
2:36
2-4 La Gelee
Bass Saxophone – Howard Johnson Clarinet – Lajos DudasGuitar – Jack Djeyim*Tabla, Percussion – Ramón LópezWritten-By, Alto Saxophone – Sebastian Buchholz
5:48
2-5 Pals
Bass – Vitold RekClarinet – Lajos DudasDrums – Kurt BillkerWritten-By, Guitar – Philipp van Endert
4:30
2-6 Cool Getz
Bass – Vitold RekDrums – Kurt BillkerGuitar – Philipp van EndertPercussion – János SzudyWritten-By, Clarinet – Lajos Dudas
4:24
2-7 Un Poco Presto
Bass – Vitold RekDrums – Kurt BillkerGuitar – Philipp van EndertWritten-By, Clarinet – Lajos Dudas
4:00
2-8 Miles
Guitar – Philipp van EndertPercussion – Jochen BüttnerWritten-By, Clarinet – Lajos Dudas
5:43
2-9 Sunday Afternoon
Bass – Martin GjakonovskiDrums – Kurt BillkerGuitar – Philipp van EndertWritten-By, Clarinet – Lajos Dudas
5:48
2-10 Bourree
Bass – Martin GjakonovskiClarinet – Lajos DudasComposed By – Johann Sebastian BachDrums – Kurt BillkerGuitar – Philipp van Endert
5:45
2-11 Triplets
Guitar – Philipp van EndertWritten-By, Clarinet – Lajos Dudas
4:29
2-12 Children At Play
Guitar – Philipp van EndertPercussion – Jochen BüttnerWritten-By, Clarinet – Lajos Dudas
4:31
2-13 Pirouette
Bass – Leonard JonesClarinet – Lajos DudasDrums – Kurt BillkerGuitar – Philipp van EndertVibraphone – Karl BergerWritten-By – Shorty Rogers
4:28
2-14 Let's Call The Whole Thing Off
Bass – Leonard JonesClarinet – Lajos DudasDrums – Kurt BillkerGuitar – Philipp van EndertVibraphone – Karl BergerWritten-By – George Gershwin
6:01

Notes

1-1 recorded on Detour 1980
1-2 recorded on Monte Carlo 1982
1-3 recorded live at the Jazzfestival Münster 1986, published on Mistral
1-4, 1-5 Radiorecording 1987
1-6 Change of Time 1990
1-7 Radiorecording 1989 SWR/ BadenBaden. Published on The Jubelee Box
1-8 released on Lajos Dudas Plays Bach 1994
1-9 Radiorecording WDR/ Köln 1985, Published on Sunshine State
1-10 Radiorecording 1988/ Frankfurt
1-11 released on Contrasts 1978
2-1 recorded on Another Face 1991
2-2, 2-3 Reflections On Bach 1976
2-4 recorded in Paris/France 1994, released on Juxoli
2-5 to 2-7 released on Encore 1995
2-8 Radiorecording 2007, SWR Baden Baden
2-9, 2-10 Nightlight 2002
2-11 Radiorecording 2006 BR/ München
2-12 to 2-14 Released on Talk Of The Town

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  • Barcode: 7 18750 98982 6
  • Label Code: LC 11708
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