Wirtuoz fortepianu, jazzman Erroll Garner (1921-1977) zawsze przeciwstawiał się wszelkim konwencjom. Był samoukiem, nie znał nut, grał z pamięci, swój niski wzrost rekompensował siedząc podczas gry na instrumencie na książkach telefonicznych…Niewielu było takich, którzy w tym nagranym w 1955 roku w przebudowanym kościele w bazie wojskowej w Kaliforni koncercie widzieli kandydata na jazzowy album wszech czasów. „Concert By The Sea” to wciąż najlepiej sprzedający się jazzowy album fortepianowy.Z okazji sześćdziesięciolecia tego fenomenalnego albumu Sony Music przedstawia winylowe wydanie tej płyty z zapisem tego koncertu. Cały materiał został zremasterowany z oryginalnych analogowych materiałów i w takiej formie ukaże się po raz pierwszy w historii.Tracklista: LP 1Side A1. Announcer: Jimmy Lyons2. Night and Day3. Spring Is Here4. I'll Remember April5. The Nearness of You6. Where or WhenSide B1. Sweet and Lovely2. Lullaby of Birdland3. Mambo Carmel4. Teach Me Tonight5. Will You Still Be Mine6. I Cover the WaterfrontLP 2Side C1. Bernie's Tune2. How Could You Do a Thing Like That to Me?3. It's All Right with Me4. They Can't Take That Away from Me5. Autumn LeavesSide D1. S'Wonderful2. Laura3. Red Top4. April In Paris5. Caravan6. Erroll's Theme / Announcer: Jimmy Lyons


  • Wykonawca Garner Erroll
  • Data premiery 2015-11-27
  • Nośnik Płyta Analogowa
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Tracklista:1. Easy Way Out2. Organised Confusion3. Here Come the Buts4. Fractured Vision5. Water6. Fire7. God's Got Religion8. Happy Feeling9. Business Sense10. Performance11. Brighton Rock12. New Scars13. The Beat Goes On14. Jane Fonda15. Get the Picture16. That Shape17. Changing Trains18. Living for Now19. Susie's Party20. Disco Laurels21. Death Laurels22. Ke Ke Ke Ke Ya23. Thirty Purple Birds


  • Wykonawca Various Artists
  • Data premiery 2012-06-18
  • Nośnik CD / Album
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Tracklista:1. Fly Me to the Moon2. Haven't Met You Yet3. You Know I'm No Good4. Liquid Spirit5. Brother Can You Spare a Dime6. At Last7. What a Wonderful World8. Come Away With Me9. Beyond the Sea10. I Say a Little Prayer11. Moondance12. Englishman in New York (Feat. Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra)13. My Baby Just Cares for Me14. Let There Be Love15. What a Difference a Day Made16. Slow17. By Your Side18. Slow Dancing in a Burning Room19. Nothing's Real But Love20. Green Garden21. This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)1. Feeling Good2. I Just Want to Make Love to You3. Music to Watch Girls By4. Ain't That a Kick in the Head5. Mack the Knife6. Fever7. The Look of Love8. Unforgettable9. Cry Me a River10. Summertime11. Hey Laura12. Sunny13. Papa Loves Mambo14. In the Mood15. Mad About the Boy16. That Ole Devil Called Love17. Light My Fire18. Soul Bossa Nova19. The Girl from Ipanema20. Baby I'm a Fool21. Wonderful Life22. Mr. Bojangles23. I Left My Heart in San Francisco24. As Time Goes By1. Take Five2. Cheek to Cheek3. Comin' Home Baby4. Cantaloupe Island5. Songbird6. Angela (Theme from 'Taxi')7. A Certain Smile8. Stormy Weather9. Goodbye Pork Pie Hat10. Moonlight Serenade11. Lady Sings the Blues12. Alfie's Theme Differently13. Black Coffee14. My Funny Valentine15. My Favorite Things, Pt. 116. I Wish I Knew (How It Would Feel to Be Free)17. Work Song18. So What


  • Wykonawca Various Artists
  • Data premiery 2018-06-01
  • Nośnik CD

Music Genere: Dubstep, Publish Type: Original, Sound Type: Stereo, Lp Color: Black, Lp Recorded Sides: 2, Lp Speed: 33 1/3 Rpm, Lp Weight: 140 Gram / 12", Country: Zagraniczna, Publish Year: 2017, Lp Size: 12" Tracklista: Side A 1. Way You Move Featuring Dj Chap 2. You Looking Good Featuring Sucia 3. Like That 4. Zancrash Featuring Dj Taye 5. Boop Me Down Featuring Dj Lucky Side B 1. Ghost Out 2. I’ll Hurt Ya Baby Featuring Dj Lucky And Dj Taye 3. Life In This Bitch Featuring Dj Taye 4. If U Want It Featuring Dj Taye 5. Greenlight (Wanna Go) Featuring Dj Taye  


  • Wykonawca Dj Manny
  • Data premiery 2018-01-05
  • Nośnik Płyta Analogowa
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Tracklista:1. Hernando's Hideaway2. If I Were a Bell3. Warm All Over4. Almost Like Being in Love5. Dites-moi6. I Could Have Danced All Night7. Show Me8. No Other Love9. Steam Heat10. Whatever Lola Wants11. Guys and Dolls12. Somebody Somewhere13. Sweet and Slow14. Georgia On My Mind15. I Can't Get Started16. Street of Dreams17. Imagination18. The Very Thought of You19. It's a Blue World20. Darn That Dream21. She's Funny That Way22. I Wished On the Moon23. It's a Pity to Say Goodnight24. My One and Only Love25. Body and Soul26. All of Me


  • Wykonawca Fitzgerald Ella
  • Data premiery 2018-05-18
  • Nośnik CD
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Richard Strauss’s last stage work is something of a curiosity. It has no action, no development, almost no plot, and none of the intricate characterization of the earlier operas. Capriccio is described as a ‘conversation piece for music in one act’. It was something of a self-indulgence for the ageing Strauss—a long consideration of the relative merit of words and music, a subject to which composers since Monteverdi had given much time and thought. Capriccio was written during 1940/41, to a libretto by Strauss’s friend the conductor Clemens Krauss, and first performed in Munich in October 1942, though the Sextet had been given privately some months before.Strauss devises a play-within-a-play and sets the opera in a pre-Revolution French château. At the start, the Sextet is heard off-stage: it opens a concert devised by the composer Flamand for the birthday of the Countess Madeleine. Flamand and the poet Olivier respectively personify music and poetry; both seek the approval and love of the Countess and both watch for her reaction to this pure music.As an independent piece, the Sextet is a welcome supplement to the meagre string sextet repertoire; by using two violins, two violas and two cellos Strauss acknowledges the Sextets of Brahms, whose chamber music he had loved since his student days. The thematic material of this prelude is later recalled in an orchestral interlude before the final scene, and again as the countess confronts her own reflection in a mirror and concludes that there is no answer to her questions and musings, and that words and music have equal merit.A glance through the catalogue of the works of Anton Bruckner reminds us of his musical upbringing and environment: choral conductor, organist, then—having heard the music of Wagner—symphonist. His early works include music for military band and for orchestra, though their harmonic conception is firmly rooted in the organ loft. Of his very few pieces of chamber music, an early string quartet was written as a student exercise for a cellist with the Linz Municipal Theatre from whom Bruckner had taken lessons in composition. It remained undiscovered until long after the composer’s death. Some time after its composition, the violinist Joseph Hellmesberger asked Bruckner to write a work for his string quartet. It was not until seventeen years later that Bruckner planned a string quintet using Mozart’s scheme of quartet with an extra viola.The Quintet was begun in December 1878, shortly after revisions to the Fourth and Fifth Symphonies. Bruckner was fifty-four. It was finished in July 1879 and shown to Hellmesberger. He was ‘not impressed’ with the Scherzo and refused to play the work, saying it was too difficult. Bruckner, ever compliant and anxious to please, wrote an Intermezzo which was completed several months later. The first performances were given without the Finale—in Cologne in December 1879 by the Heckmann Quartet, and by the Winkler Quartet in Vienna the following November. The Winkler Quartet was led by Josef Schalk and the second viola was played by his brother Franz, who (though a friend and admirer of Bruckner) was later to wreak such havoc on the Fifth Symphony by making inartistic cuts and adding music of his own. In May 1883 the Winkler Quartet gave the first complete performance with the original Scherzo and the Finale. Hellmesberger’s quartet finally played it (Scherzo and all) in May 1885.What of the Quintet’s subsequent history? It was published in 1884 by Albert Gutmann and dedicated to Duke Max Emanuel of Bavaria. The Duke sent a diamond tie-pin in return; Bruckner received nothing from his publisher. The Quintet had over twenty public performances in Bruckner’s lifetime, and though it remains something of a curiosity in his total output it has a respectable reputation in the chamber repertoire and is unfamiliar to audiences merely because of its scoring and relatively unspectacular part-writing.The first movement is arguably the most appropriate to the chamber music medium. It has the ‘feel’ of a chamber work, with intricate, leaping counterpoint and chromatic figures that would be lost in an orchestral texture. There are three distinct thematic strands—a broad melody heard at the outset, a dotted figure which is passed between various instruments, and a soft curving melody. Short rhythmic motifs abound in the exposition, which ends quietly after a climax in F sharp; the development uses several of these short figures and the movement ends firmly in F major.The Scherzo has been described as both grotesque and endearing. Its jaunty D minor theme has the pulse of a country dance, though the modulations and wide leaps are redolent of a more intimate, sophisticated medium than that of the village band. The lyrical Trio is in E flat; it has a slower pulse, with a distinctive pizzicato accompaniment that recalls more symphonic writing.It is difficult to see why Hellmesberger found this movement unacceptable—his players must have known the quartets of Beethoven, some of which have part-writing which is as technically and musically demanding as Bruckner’s Scherzo. A more likely reason for his antipathy to the work was his unwillingness to show public approval of Bruckner’s work which, privately, he admired.The sublime Adagio is in G flat and forms the emotional centre of the whole work. Its effect is as profound as any of Beethoven’s late quartets or Bruckner’s own symphonic slow movements, and it is conceived on a similar scale. Indeed, the movement might easily be mistaken for a transcription of a symphonic slow movement, so confident is the handling of thematic material. There are three distinct episodes, and the movement ends in a mood of great peace and serenity.In the Finale the string players battle with over-adventurous counterpoint and an orchestral texture. Bruckner appears to be writing a towering symphonic movement for solo strings, and the effect can easily sound strained and unconvincing. The movement begins in F minor with a second subject in E major, and a fugato development incorporates short motifs from the main thematic material. The recapitulation shows masterly use of the richness of the middle-heavy ensemble, and the Quintet ends briskly and sonorously in F major.The Intermezzo has the same trio as the Scherzo which it originally replaced, and its genial directness conveys the mood of the Austrian Ländler. It has been even more neglected than the Quintet and there is no record of a public performance before 1904.John Mayhew © 1994


  • Wykonawca The Raphael Ensemble
  • Data premiery 2011-02-01
  • Nośnik CD

Jake Heggie (m.in. "Moby-Dick") napisał operę "Great Scott" specjalnie dla laureatki Grammy, mezzosopranistki Joyce DiDonato. Dwupłytowy album z "Great Scott" to światowa premiera fonograficzna. Uznany już w Stanach Zjednoczonych twórca oper po raz kolejny zaprosił do współpracy przy libretcie dramatopisarza Terence’a McNally’ego, wcześniej pracowali razem przy "Dead Man Walking" (premiera w 2000 roku). Tracklista: CD 1 1. Overture 2. And that, ladies and gentlemen (Eric, Tatyana, Winnie, Anthony, Wendell, Roane) 3. From Number 11 (Eric, Roane, Winnie, Tatyana, Wendell, Anthony, Arden, Chorus) 4. Vesuvio, il mio unico amico (Arden, Winnie, Wendell, Tatyana) 5. Five years ago, I was in St. Petersburg (Arden, Tatyana, Winnie, Wendell, Eric) 6. La mia schiava prigioniera! (Tatyana, Arden, Anthony, Wendell, Roane, Winnie, Eric, Chorus) 7. And we are on a break! (Roane, Ensemble) 8. Talk to me about Roane, Winnie (Eric, Winnie, Roane) 9. The writing’s on the wall (Roane, Eric, Anthony, Wendell) 10. La la la la la la la (Anthony, Wendell, Winnie) 11. I want to be America’s soprano (Tatyana, Anthony, Wendell, Eric, Winnie) 12. Young, ambitious and a huge talent (Arden, Winnie) 13. Oh Mrs. F, I wanted to be famous and wonderful (Arden, Winnie) 14. Sorry Tommy’s late (Sid, Tommy, Arden, Winnie, Roane) 15. And we are back (Roane, Wendell, Anthony, Eric, Tatyana, Arden, Chorus, Tommy, Winnie) 16. I get scared, too, Tommy (Arden, Tommy, Eric) 17. And we are all dancing! / The Fountain Dance (Eric, Chorus, Voice) 18. It’s a disaster (Winnie, Eric, Arden, Amor, Wendell, Tatyana, Anthony, Roane, Chorus, Tommy) CD 2 1. Prelude 2. Ladies and Gentlemen (Announcer, Tatyana, Troopers) 3. Arden, you have seen the future (Arden, Winnie, Eric, Roane, Wendell, Anthony) 4. Ah! Tremo! (Chorus, Arden, Anthony, Wendell, Tatyana, Tommy) 5. I thought that went extremely well (Anthony, Arden, Wendell, Tommy, Eric, Tatyana) 6. It’s open, Roane (Arden, Sid, Roane) 7. I don’t care how good what was (Roane, Arden, Eric, Wendell, Anthony) 8. You’ll never be her (Arden) 9. Maestro Bazzetti, are you there? (Arden, Ghost of Vittorio Bazzetti) 10. Look for me, I’m there on every page (Bazzetti, Arden) 11. All that you leave behind (Bazzetti, Arden) 12. Arden. Arden! You’re not dressed for the Mad Scene! (Roane, Arden) 13. No man over twenty should be asked to wear a toga (Anthony, Wendell) 14. La bellissima Agrippina (Chorus, Arden, Anthony, Wendell, Tatyana) 15. Padre divino (Rosa’s Prayer) (Arden, Tatyana, Anthony, Wendell, Tommy, Chorus) 16. Io sola posso salvare Pompei (Finale) (Arden, Chorus) 17. Applause / Mrs. Flato, I’m so sorry about the Grizzlies (Arden, Winnie) 18. Thank you for your wonderful support (Winnie, Arden, All) 19. Look at the chat boards (Eric, Winnie, Roane, Arden, Anthony, Wendell, Tatyana) 20. It’s always the song, not the singer (Arden, Roane, Tatyana, Winnie) 21. Wow. You’re beautiful (Sid, Arden, Tommy) 22. The empty theater


  • Wykonawca DiDonato Joyce , Perez Ailyn , Gunn Nathan , Summers Patrick , Roth Costanzo Anthony
  • Data premiery 2018-01-12
  • Nośnik CD

Tracklista:1. Goatfooted Balloonman2. Las Plumas Del Búho3. Burning Straw in Sky4. Those Fuzzy Things (Out There)5. Fledermenschen6. Beauty Duty7. Gentle Into That Night (Gormenghast Drift V. 5.2)8. Either Or the Survivor


  • Wykonawca Irmin Schmidt and Kumo
  • Data premiery 2016-05-20
  • Nośnik CD / Album
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Tracklista: LP 1 1. Being Boiled (Fast Version) 2. The Dignity of Labour (Part 3) 3. Empire State Human 4. Only After Dark 5. Nightclubbing 6. Boys and Girls 7. The Sound of the Crowd (Instrumental) 8. Hard Times 9. Love Action (I Believe in Love) 10. Open Your Heart 11. Don't You Want Me 12. Mirror Man 13. You Remind Me of Gold 14. (Keep Feeling) Fascination [extended Version] 15. The Lebanon (7'' Version) 16. Louise (DJ Edit) LP 2 1. Life On Your Own (Single Version) 2. Human (Extended Version) 3. I Need Your Loving (DJ Edit) 4. Love Is All That Matters 5. Heart Like a Wheel (William Orbit Remix) 6. Soundtrack to a Generation (Edit) 7. Tell Me When 8. One Man in My Heart 9. Filling Up With Heaven 10. Stay With Me Tonight 11. All I Ever Wanted (Radio Edit) 12. Night People (Radio Edit) 13. Never Let Me Go 14. Sky (Radio Edit)


  • Wykonawca The Human League
  • Data premiery 2016-11-18
  • Nośnik Vinyl / 12" Album
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