Jacques Loussier Trio - In Concert At The Royal Festival Hall album flac
Title: In Concert At The Royal Festival Hall
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Genre: Jazz / Classical
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The Jacques Loussier Trio was a French Third Stream jazz piano trio, led by pianist Jacques Loussier, that became known for its jazz interpretations of European classical music. They were commonly known in France as "le trio Play Bach" after the title of their first LP. .The trio was formed in 1959 by Loussier, bass player Pierre Michelot, and percussionist Christian Garros. They reworked mostly Baroque music, in particular that by Johann Sebastian Bach, but also by Vivaldi and other composers, to fit their own style and instruments. 2014: Concertos pour violon no 1 et no 2 (Naxos CD . 73200, avec sonate de Ignacy Jan Paderewski sur le même album). 2006: Bach: The Brandenburgs (Telarc CD-83644). 1974: The Jacques Loussier Trio In Concert at the Royal Festival Hall (Philips 6370 550 D). 1973: Jacques Loussier Trio "6 Master Pieces" (Philips 6321-100).
Jacques Loussier - Minuet In G Major, from album: Reflections Of Bach, 1987. Jacques Loussier - Gavotte In B Minor, from album: Reflections Of Bach, 1987.
Jacques Loussier Trio Lewisham Theatre, London - Oct 29, 1985 Oct 29 1985. Jacques Loussier Trio Moselland-Halle, Bernkastel-Kues - Nov 15, 1985 Nov 15 1985. Jacques Loussier Trio Royal Festival Hall, London - May 12, 1987 May 12 1987. Jacques Loussier Trio Grand Théâtre de Québec, Quebec City, QC - Nov 7, 1990 Nov 07 1990. Lauren Ruth Ward Brings Album "Well, Hell" and Five New Singles on Tour. Tagged: Lauren Ruth Ward.
Jacques Loussier Trio. Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds. That was a surprise," murmured Jacques Loussier, the gnomic 68-year-old French pianist, after a five-minute double-bass soliloquy on a Bach chorale - from his nimble colleague Benoit Dunoyer De Segonzac - had embraced softly-stepping baroque prances, a blues guitarist's rugged chordwork, starburst harmonics and a diversion into Blue Monk
Jacques Loussier, a French pianist who led a trio that performed jazzy interpretations of Johann Sebastian Bach, selling millions of albums and touring the world, died on March 5 at a hospital in Blois, in France’s Loire Valley. He was 84. His death was confirmed by his daughter, Hélène Loussier Oziouls Toulouse. His son Julien said the cause was complications of a degenerative disease. Many critics bridled at the idea of jazzing up the work of Bach. Mostly, Mr. Rockwell continued, the trio stuck too close to Bach for jazz and too close to cocktail/salon jazz for satisfaction. Mr. Loussier at the San Sebastian International Jazz Festival in Spain in 2006.
|A1||Toccata In D Minor||10:30|
|A2||Fugue No.5 In D Major||6:27|
|B2||Jesu, Joy Of Man´s Desiring||5:00|
|B3||Fantasie In C Minor||3:29|
|B4||Prelude No. 1 In C Major||3:33|
- Bass – Pierre Michelot
- Drums – Christian Garros
- Piano – Jacques Loussier
- Recorded By – Bob Auger
NotesPrinted in Italy
|6370 550||Jacques Loussier Trio||In Concert At The Royal Festival Hall (LP, Album)||Philips||6370 550||Germany||1974|
|6370 550||Jacques Loussier Trio||The Jacques Loussier Trio In Concert At The Royal Festival Hall (LP, Ste)||Philips||6370 550||UK||1974|
|6370 550||The Jacques Loussier Trio*||The Jacques Loussier Trio In Concert At The Royal Festival Hall (LP, Album)||Philips||6370 550||Australia||1974|
|2445 023||Jacques Loussier Trio||In Concert At The Royal Festival Hall (LP, Album)||Polydor||2445 023||France||1974|
|6370 550||Jacques Loussier Trio||In Concert At The Royal Festival Hall (LP, Album)||Philips||6370 550||Netherlands||1974|