Lecture 23 Keith Jarrett

Lecture 23 Keith Jarrett - With Gary Peacock on bass And...

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Lecture 23 Keith Jarrett Played with Charles Loyd in the 1960s Played with Miles Davis in the early 1970s Played Free Jazz and Fusion in the 1970s Solo piano improvisations began in the 70s Completely original concept Played without any pre-planning Long improvisations based on evolution of ideas Some static repetitive rhythmic vamps –on top of which he Constructed melodies Continues to play these solo concerts but with shorter segments Formed the ‘Standards Trio” in 1983
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Unformatted text preview: With Gary Peacock on bass And Jack DeJohnette on drums One of the greatest groups of all time Revived the traditional jazz concept of playing standard pop songs In effect put an end to fusion and free jazz Many others began playing the old tunes again Approached the standards in new fresh ways – shows some influence of freer and free jazz as well as fusion Revives the free rhythm section interplay of the Bill Evans Trio and Miles Davis Quintet of the 1960s...
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