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Its A Raggy Waltz - Dave Brubeck - Take Five - His Greatest Hits (CD)

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  1. JoJosar says:
    At its peak years in the s, the Dave Brubeck Quartet was releasing as many as four albums a year. Brubeck disband the Quartet in late , which gave him more time to compose longer, extended orchestral and choral works that were then occupying his attention, along with his desire to spend more time with his family/5().
  2. Visho says:
    One of the reasons why I started this blog back in the day was to chronicle the music of the Dave Brubeck Quartet and all of its facets. Something I’ve wanted to do for the longest is create a detailed selective discography of the Dave Brubeck Quartet’s available music, a document that contained info on all of Brubeck and Paul Desmond’s recorded output during their partnership from
  3. Tonos says:
    Apr 13,  · Eli Yamin, Sherman Irby, Paul Beaudry, and Stefan Schatz celebrate the Dave Brubeck Quartet by looking at "It's a Raggy Waltz" and analyzing what makes it .
  4. Mazilkree says:
    The Dave Brubeck Quartet was an American modern jazz group formed in San Francisco in by jazz pianist Dave Brubeck (). In what became known as the band's classic line-up, the band featured Joe Morello (–) on drums, Eugene Wright on bass, and Paul Desmond () on saxophone. The band remains best-known for their use of odd time signatures, and were a premier .
  5. Mekazahn says:
    While greatest-hits CDs abound, Dave Brubeck has been one of the few modern-jazz musicians to have actually enjoyed an occasional hit record. This CD compiles material from Brubeck's Columbia recordings of the s and s, revealing his deft combination of modernist harmony and unusual time signatures with the immediately accessible/5().
  6. Dilar says:
    5/4/ AM. Great Arrangement! This was a fantastic spot-on transcription of Brubeck's intro, outro, and solo. However, the key change for Desmond's solo and part of Brubeck's solo was not included, and the arrangement completely skips the sax solo.
  7. Kazrashura says:
    The Dave Brubeck Quartet repeatedly won top honors in trade magazines and critic’s and reader’s polls. In Dave Brubeck’s portrait appeared on the cover of Time Magazine with a story about the jazz renaissance and Brubeck’s phenomenal ascendancy. In the Quartet made their first of many international tours.
  8. Kera says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Dave Brubeck - Take Five / It's A Raggy Waltz at Discogs. Complete your Dave Brubeck collection/5(14).

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