Piano – Marcus Roberts
Piano – Marcus Roberts
Orchestra – Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra
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Vocals – Betty Carter
Orchestra – Lincoln Center Jazz OrchestraVocals – Milt Grayson
Piano – Kenny Barron
|CK 57592||Jazz At Lincoln Center||The Fire Of The Fundamentals (CD, Album)||Columbia||CK 57592||US||1994|
|CCK 57592||Jazz At Lincoln Center||The Fire Of The Fundamentals (CD, Album, Club)||Columbia||CCK 57592||Canada||1994|
|SICP-5048||Jazz At Lincoln Center||The Fire Of The Fundamentals (CD, Album, Promo, RM)||Columbia||SICP-5048||Japan||2002|
- Design – Tony Sellari
- Liner Notes – Stanley Crouch
- Photography By – Jack Vartoogian
- Producer – Jazz At Lincoln Center
- Producer [Recording Producer] – Steve Rathe
Recorded between August 1991 and February 1993.
℗ 1994 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
© 1994 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Matrix / Runout: 01-474348-10 13 A1
- Barcode: 5 099747 434822
- Rights Society: SACEM / SGDL / SACD / SDRM
- Rights Society: BIEM
- Label Code: LC 0162
- Distribution Code: CB 791
- Other: CDC
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Made By – DADC Austria
The Fire Of The Fundamentals - Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album 1994 10 Songs. You're Mine You. Jazz At Lincoln Center Presents: 8:37. The Crave. Jazz At Lincoln Center Presents: 4:16. Flamenco Sketches. Jazz At Lincoln Center Presents: 10:56. Multi-Colored Blue. Jazz At Lincoln Center Presents: 6:14. 10 Songs, 1 Hour 8 Minutes. 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. When Wynton Marsalis became artistic director in 1991, he emphasized the history of jazz, particularly Duke Ellington. The first album was Portraits by Ellington 1992, and seven years. This CD, which actually features the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra on only two selections, has highlights from a variety of concerts held at Lincoln Center during 1991-1993. Jungle Blues Album Version. Jazz At Lincoln Center Presents: The Fire Of The Fundamentals. Composers: F. Trinkle Tinkle Album Version. Composers: T. Ellington's Stray-Horn Album Version. Composers: J. Hootie Blues Album Version. Composers: C. Parker - G. Brown - J. Bolivar Blues Album Version. Jazz At Lincoln Center Pres. Jazz music community with review and forums. 0 rating 0 review. Album 1994. Filed under Big Band By THE JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER ORCHESTRA, LINCOLN CENTER JAZZ ORCHESTRA. 1 Jungle Blues 5:42 2 Trinkle Tinkle 8:22 3 Ellington's Stray-Horn 3:56 4 Hootie Blues 3:39 5 Bolivar Blues 5:08 6 Dahomey Dance 11:51 7 You're Mine You 8:37 8 The Crave 4:16 9 Flamenco Sketches 10:56 10 Multi-Coloured Blue 6:14. About this release. Columbia CK 57592 US. The Fire Of The Fundamentals Contents. Album infos. Buy music. Support Jazz at Lincoln Center by making a donation today. Current Page: Home. Weekly Schedule. During this time of isolation and social distancing, Jazz at Lincoln Center has regrettably suspended all concerts, classes, and public programs through June 30, 2020. This portal consolidates access to all of the online activities we are offering globally, for free. We hope these programs, concerts, and discussions bring you solace, comfort, and community during this challenging, unprecedented time. It's always good to return to your fundamentals, the words of Winslow Homer, Duke Ellington, MLK, the art of Walt Jun 17, 2020, 3:26 PM. Jazz at Lincoln Center, the most ambitious American attempt yet to give jazz an institutional base comparable to a major opera company or symphony orchestra, has been the center of controversy ever since it was launched in 1991. An earlier album release, Portraits by Ellington, features the 15-piece Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra and selected guests, under the direction of David Berger, in a 1991 live performance. The hook is that all eight pieces were written by Ellington as portraits of either people Louis Armstrong, Bert Williams, Bill Robinson, Coleman Hawkins, Ella Fitzgerald, or places the Mississippi Delta, New Orleans, Liberia. Jazz at Lincoln Center, New York, NY. The Mission of Jazz at Lincoln Center is to Entertain. Our rhythm section will serve up a soulful and swinging foundation for student improvisors. Check out some of the finest high school musicians in the world with these world-class swingers 481. 25 Years 25 Solos - Essentially Ellington 25: During every Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Competition & Festival, exceptional soloists receive an Outstanding Soloist award. In this special video premiere, to commemorate our 25th Anniversary, well revisit some of the greatest student solos. Jazz At Lincoln Center Presents: The Fire Of. Jazz At Lincoln Center Presents