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La Scala, Part II - Keith Jarrett - La Scala

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  1. Jun 29,  · I'm a big fan of Jarrett's piano improvisations, but this one was a bit of a let down. La Scala is presented in three parts, "La Scala" parts one and two, and a beautiful rendition of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" to close the album thrash.fivegallonbucket.netinfo problems that I have with the album come in Part One/5(5).
  2. The four discs in A Multitude of Angels were recorded in as many Italian cities during the last week of October -- some 20 months after the concert captured on La Scala. These were his last concerts before being sidelined for two years from chronic fatigue syndrome. Jarrett is musician, producer, and engineer here. The performances were 8/
  3. La Scala, an Album by Keith Jarrett. Released on ECM (catalog no. ECM / ; CD). Genres: ECM Style Jazz. Featured peformers: Keith Jarrett (piano, liner notes), Manfred Eicher (executive producer, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text), Jan Erik Kongshaug (aka_text mixing role_id aka_text), Mayo Bucher (cover art), Michael Hofstetter (cover design), Judith Joy Ross /5(5).
  4. La Scala, Part I: 2: La Scala, Part II: 3: Over The Rainbow: Notes UHQ (Ultimate High Quality) CD in jewel case Obi and CD with correct Label No. UCCE Papersleeve still with Label No. UCCE Barcode and Other Identifiers Keith Jarrett: La Scala.
  5. Oct 24,  · In his first solo concert recording in five years, Keith Jarrett once again makes history. The La Scala concert was the first recital ever given by an improvising musician in the world's most famous opera house. The concert - an instant press sensation - comprises two moving sets of solo improvisation, and Jarrett's most loved encore: the /5(71).
  6. Dec 14,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Marco Lo Muscio Plays: Keith Jarrett: Adagio (Final Part I) from "La Scala Concert" YouTube Keith Jarrett- My Song - Duration: Tim Wood , views.
  7. Oct 24,  · In his first solo concert recording in five years, Keith Jarrett once again makes history. The La Scala concert was the first recital ever given by an improvising musician in the world's most famous opera house/5(48).

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