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Orchestra Eddie Sauter - Eddie Sauter's Music Time album flac Performer: Orchestra Eddie Sauter
Title: Eddie Sauter's Music Time
Style: Big Band, Cool Jazz
Released: 2016
MP3 album: 1766 mb
FLAC album: 1143 mb
Rating: 4.4
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Genre: Jazz

Eddie Sauter Orchestra. 1. High Tide Eddie Sauter Orchestra. 2. Superman Eddie Sauter Orchestra. 3. It Had To Be You Eddie Sauter Orchestra. 4. Babes in Arms: My Funny Valentine Eddie Sauter Orchestra. This album contains SWF's archival recordings of 1957 and 1958 broadcasts of Sauter's popular radio concert series Eddie Sauter's Music Time, a podium for his experiments carried off with plenty of American humour. The online expanded version includes six bonus tracks. 48 kHz, 24-bit PCM – SWR Jazzhaus Studio Masters.

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Focus is a jazz album recorded in 1961, featuring Stan Getz on tenor saxophone with a string orchestra. The album is a suite which was originally commissioned by Getz from composer and arranger Eddie Sauter. The pair would next collaborate on their soundtrack to the 1965 film Mickey One.

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Eddie Sauter was one of the most inventive arrangers to emerge during the swing era. His complex and colorful charts were always innovative and defied categorization. Sauter originally played trumpet and drums, and later learned the mellophone. He studied at Columbia University and Juilliard, and from 1935 to 1939 he made a stir in the jazz world as the arranger for Red Norvo’s Orchestra. Sauter continued as a freelance writer for stage, film and television, including several collaborations with saxophonist Stan Getz. In the late 1950s and 1960s Sauter also wrote contemporary classical music, including several works for saxophone: . for the New York Saxophone Quartet, Tanglewood Concerto for Tenor Saxophone and Orchestra, and Piece for Tuba and Saxophone Quartet.

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The composer Eddie Sauter, who arranged for Benny Goodman, and Getz have successfully united both strings and horn into one joyous celebration of sound. Both Getz's horn and Beaux Arts strings interact in a "call and response" which is why this music is unique among "Third Stream" jazz recordings. Few "jazz and strings" recordings have succeeded in their mission as well as "Focus". While "Charlie Parker with Strings" (1947-49) set a precedent, Getz and Sauter's work abundantly fulfilled the "Third Stream" vision. One of the great moments in the history of music is this album.

Show/Musical Swing Third Stream Band Music Big Band Chamber Music Choral. Member Of. Ray McKinley Orchestra The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra. One of the most inventive arrangers to emerge during the swing era, Eddie Sauter's complex and colorful charts never fit that easily into any specific category. His work tended to be at its best whe. ead Full Biography.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 High Tide
Arranged By, Soloist, Clarinet – Hans KollerSoloist, Flute – Adam "Ady" Feuerstein*Soloist, Piano – Hans HammerschmidSoloist, Trumpet – Rolf SchneebieglWritten-By – William "Count" Basie*, Green*, Rutherford*
5:25
2 Superman
Soloist, Trumpet – Rolf SchneebieglWritten-By – Eddie Sauter
4:10
3 It Had To Be You
Arranged By – Eddie SauterSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Hans KollerSoloist, Trumpet – Kurt SauterWritten-By – Isham Jones
2:58
4 My Funny Valentine
Arranged By – Dave HildingerSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Hans KollerWritten-By – Richard Rodgers
4:55
5 Was Ist Los In Baden-Oos
Soloist, Baritone Saxophone – Rudi FlierlSoloist, Drums – Sperie KarasSoloist, Piano – Hans HammerschmidSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Hans KollerSoloist, Trumpet – Rolf SchneebieglWritten-By – Dave Hildinger
7:08
6 Dernière Minute
Written-By, Soloist, Piano – Martial Solal
2:20
7 Kopf Hoch
Soloist, Baritone Saxophone – Rudi FlierlSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Hans KollerSoloist, Trombone – Otto BredlWritten-By – Dave Hildinger
3:30
8 Easy Does It
Arranged By – Hans KollerSoloist, Piano – Hans HammerschmidSoloist, Trumpet – Kurt Sauter, Rolf SchneebieglWritten-By – William "Count" Basie*
4:45
9 Old Devils Moon
Arranged By – Heinz KiesslingSoloist, Vocals – Rita ReysWords By – Edgar "Yip" Harburg*Written-By – Burton Lane
2:55
10 Three On A Match
Soloist, Tenor Saxophone – Barney Wilen, Don Rendell, Hans KollerWritten-By – Eddie Sauter
3:50
11 Street Market
Written-By – Hans Hammerschmid
3:10
12 Suddenly It's Spring
Arranged By – Dave HildingerSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Rudi FlierlSoloist, Trumpet – Rolf SchneebieglWritten-By – Frank Loesser
4:45
13 Little Girl In A Big City
Soloist, Vocalese – Blanche BirdsongWritten-By – Dave Hildinger
2:50
14 Hightor
Soloist, Trombone – Otto BredlSoloist, Trumpet – Rolf SchneebieglWritten-By – Eddie Sauter
3:50
15 Reeperbahn
Soloist, Baritone Saxophone – Willi SannerSoloist, Piano – Hans HammerschmidSoloist, Vocals – Blanche BirdsongWritten-By – Dave Hildinger
4:00
16 Porte Au Prince
Soloist, Trumpet – Rolf SchneebieglWritten-By – Hans Hammerschmid
3:46
17 Spook Walk
Soloist, Guitar – Attila ZollerSoloist, Trombone – Albert MangelsdorffWritten-By – Dave Hildinger
5:36

Credits

  • Artwork, Layout – Torsten Hatt
  • Baritone Saxophone – Rudi Flierl (tracks: 1 to 10), Willi Sanner (tracks: 10 to 17)
  • Clarinet – Hans Koller (tracks: 1 to 6)
  • Drums – Sperie Karas (tracks: 1 to 6)
  • Executive-Producer – Matthias Lutzweiler
  • Flute – Adam "Ady" Feuerstein* (tracks: 1 to 6)
  • Guitar – Attila Zoller (tracks: 10 to 17)
  • Illustration – Nik Merkulov
  • Leader – Eddie Sauter
  • Liner Notes – Ralf Dombrowski
  • Liner Notes [English Translation] – Jonathan Uhlaner
  • Photography By – Hanns E. Haehl
  • Piano – Hans Hammerschmid
  • Producer – Günther Huesmann
  • Producer [ & Editor Original Recordings] – Joachim-Ernst Berendt*
  • Producer [Label Producer] – Ralf Dombrowski
  • Remastered By – Boris Kellenbenz, Manfred Deppe
  • Tenor Saxophone – Hans Koller (tracks: 1 to 10), Rudi Flierl (tracks: 10 to 17)
  • Trombone – Albert Mangelsdorff (tracks: 10 to 17)
  • Trumpet – Rolf Schneebiegl

Notes

Tracks 1 to 6 recorded December 08, 1957, Großes SWF-Musikstudio, Baden-Baden [Live recording]
Tracks 7 to 10 recorded January 12, 1958, Stadthalle, Freiburg [Live recording]
Tracks 11 to 17 recorded January 23, 1958, Fruchthalle Kaiserslauten [Live recording]

[There were more musicians involved in these recordings. But they are unknown or not listed: "u.a." (German abbreviation for "among others")]

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 30099 04605 3
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0778
  • Matrix / Runout: arvato 56347394/JAH-460 21
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 10622
  • SPARS Code: DDD