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Lennie Tristano - The New Tristano (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The New Tristano, an Album by Lennie Tristano. Released 19 August on Atlantic (catalog no. WPCR / ; CD). Genres: Cool Jazz.
  2. The best example is here in this double package of his 2 most well-known jazz records: Lennie Tristano from and The New Tristano from The first contains the 4 masteful compositions Line Up, Requiem, Turkish Mambo and East Thirty-Second Street which is brilliant in its use of time changes, melody lines and atmosphere/5(15).
  3. We look forward to hearing from you. ONE 12" Album/LaserDisc. ONE 7" 45rpm Record. WE HAVE DESCRIBED THIS ITEM TO THE BEST OF OUR ABILITY. We travel for large collections. Finders' fees available. Lennie Tristano LP - Self Titled - Atlantic Jazz Record Series. $ Lennie Tristano Memorial Concert [New Vinyl LP] Spai. $ End date: May 30,
  4. Excellent double LP set that brings together all of the material from Lennie's classic Atlantic LPs – Lennie Tristano and The New Tristano. The recordings are stellar stuff – of the sort that rewrote the book for modern jazz piano. The first LP has Lennie playing with Lee Konitz on classics like "Turkish Mambo", "East 32nd", "Line Up", and " Brand: Atlantic (Label).
  5. (Jazz Records JR14CD) The music for this CD was originally produced by Lennie Tristano and released on LP in Now, by license agreement, it is being issued on CD by Jazz Records, Inc, the company originally founded by Lennie Tristano. This CD features Lennie Tristano in .
  6. Jun 22,  · from album ''Lee Konitz ‎-- In Harvard Square'' (Storyville Black Lion CD ) 01 - No Splice 02 - She's Funny That Way 03 - Time On My Hands 04 - .
  7. Lennie Tristano's Atlantic debut was a controversial album at the time of its bermiseteacorlitpnerinoperfloudslu.coinfo Tristano was regarded as a stellar and innovative bebop pianist, he had been absent from recording for six years and had founded a jazz school where he focused instead on teaching. The first four tunes on this set shocked the jazz world at the time of their release (though not critic Barry Ulanov, who.
  8. This anthology combines two major Lennie Tristano albums, Lennie Tristano and The New Tristano; the first nine cuts were done in and include two trio and two solo numbers, plus five quartet pieces. The quartet tunes include alto saxophonist Lee Konitz and drummer Art Taylor. Tristano's piano solos are more challenging and ambitious on the disc's other six numbers, however; these are.

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