Jacques Loussier Trio - Bach The Brandenburgs album
Title: Bach The Brandenburgs
Date of release: 2006
Size MP3: 1416 mb
Size FLAC: 1931 mb
Format: DMF MP1 ASF VOC AU AHX MP3
Jacques Loussier Trio. Bach - The Brandenburgs, 2006. Jacques Loussier Trio.
With his trio, pianist Jacques Loussier has interpreted classical works in a straight-ahead jazz setting for over four decades. He made quite an impression in 1960 with the Play Bach Trio and has never looked back. Newer trios have developed under his direction, letting the practice of reinterpreting classical music in a jazz vein grow prolifically. Bach has much in common with modern jazz. There's considerable freedom, changes in mood and tempo, and a driving force. The spirit runs free. The piano's clarity remains the album's focus, as Loussier drives note for note what Bach laid down. When the trio improvises, those crystal-clear piano lines remain intact as the artists weave alternate ideas around each theme. While the music seldom swings, it does provide a fairly enjoyable rhythmic stride in its interpretation. Concerto No. 5 serves as the session's high point.
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Bach: The Brandenburgs. Only 11 left in stock (more on the way). This album has some interesting arrangements in that using a jazz trio to perform the pieces is an intriguing concept. Published on May 21, 2008.
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