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George Gruntz, Klaus Doldinger, Emil Mangelsdorff, Peter Trunk, Klaus Weiss - Jazz Goes Baroque flac
George Gruntz, Klaus Doldinger, Emil Mangelsdorff, Peter Trunk, Klaus Weiss - Jazz Goes Baroque flac
Performer: George Gruntz, Klaus Doldinger, Emil Mangelsdorff, Peter Trunk, Klaus Weiss
Title: Jazz Goes Baroque
Label: Philips
Country: Germany
Style: Modal, Baroque
Cat: 840 476 PY
Rating: 4.8/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2073 mb | MP3 size: 2975 mb | WMA size: 1675 mb
Genre: Jazz / Classic
Tracklist

1Le Croc En Jambe
Written-By – Francois Couperin
2Aus "Die Wassermusik": Ouvertüre - Bourée - Hornpipe
Written-By – Georg Friedrich Händel
3Musette En Rondeau
Written-By – Jean Philippe Rameau
4Lachrimae Antiquae Pavan
Written-By – John Dowland
5Das Frauenzimmer Verstimmt Sich Immer
Written-By – Georg Philipp Telemann
6Ciacona F-Moll
Written-By – Johann Pachelbel
7Corrente
Written-By – Girolamo Frescobaldi
8The Earl Of Salisbury (Pavana)
Written-By – William Byrd
9Gavotte En Rondeau
Written-By – Jean Baptiste Lully
10Corrente - Gavotta Aus "Concerto Grosso Nr. 9 In F-Dur"
Written-By – Arcangelo Corelli

Credits

  • BassPeter Trunk
  • Clarinet, Soprano SaxophoneKlaus Doldinger
  • DrumsKlaus Weiss
  • FluteEmil Mangelsdorff
  • Harpsichord [Cembalo], Liner NotesGeorge Gruntz

Notes

Recorded in West-Berlin, April 27 and 28, 1964

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (runout A): 10 AA840476 1Y // 2 320
  • Matrix / Runout (runout B): 10 AA840476 2Y // 2 320

Album

Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone Klaus Doldinger. Drums Klaus Weiss. Flute Emil Mangelsdorff. Harpsichord , Liner Notes George Gruntz. Recorded in West-Berlin, April 27 and 28, 1964 Golden 'HI-FI Stereo' sticker on the left above names Mono version is numbered P 48 098 L German and English liner notes. George Gruntz. Jazz Goes Baroque LP, Mono. P 48 098 L. Jazz Goes Baroque. 12 Vinyl. DE1964. 840 476 PY. Release group information. 1966422, NDR, Klaus Doldinger ts,as,ss,bass-cl & Orch. Manfred Schoof t,fl-hrn,c Ack van Rooyen t,fl-hrn Albert Mangelsdorff tb Emil Mangelsdorff bars, fl Helmut Brandt bars,basssax Volker Kriegel g Ingfried Hoffmann p,celesta Peter Trunk b,cello Cees FOR GEORGE - Klaus Doldinger. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. LP - Philips P 48098 L. Primary Artist. Emil Mangelsdorff. Peter Trunk. Klaus Weiss. Blind Date - Klaus Doldinger. 1999 jazz. Or Jazz Goes Baroque is a third stream music album recording by GEORGE GRUNTZ released in 1964 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Bass Peter Trunk Clarinet Klaus Doldinger Drums Klaus Weiss Flute Emil Mangelsdorff Harpsichord George Gruntz Soprano Saxophone Klaus Doldinger. About this release. Philips 840 476 PY Germany. Singer: George Gruntz Album title: Jazz Goes Baroque Label: Philips 840 476 PY Series: Hi-Fi Stereo Type: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo Country: Germany Date of released: Category: Jazz, Classical Style: Modal, Baroque Rating: 4. 65 Votes: 444 Format: MP3 AC3 MPC MOD MP1 VQF ASF VOC FLAC. Related tracks or albums: Rolf Kühn feat. Klaus Doldinger - Rolf Kühn Feat. Klaus Doldinger. Klaus Doldinger Quartett Attila Zoller - Doldinger In Süd Amerika. Doldinger - Dig Doldinger. Listen to online George Gruntz, Klaus Doldinger, Emil Mangelsdorff, Peter Trunk, Klaus Weiss - Jazz Goes Baroque, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Harpsichord , Liner Notes. mp3 player of George Gruntz, Klaus Doldinger, Emil Mangelsdorff, Peter Trunk, Klaus Weiss - Jazz Goes Baroque: A1. Jazz Goes Baroque on the Philips label which was released in 1964. It features George Gruntz on harpsichord, Klaus Doldinger on clarinet and sax, Emil Mangelsdorff on flute, Peter Trunk on bass and Klaus Weiss on drums. The performances are improvisations on classical Baroque themes by various composers including Telemann, Handel, Corelli, Couperin and others in a quartetquintet format. But that's not all. This CD includes a second album, Jazz Goes Baroque-The Music of Italy, which I didn't know existed. So in addition to the 10 tracks of the first album there ar