ICP Orchestra - Two Programs: The Icp Orchestra Performs Nichols - Monk album flac
Title: Two Programs: The Icp Orchestra Performs Nichols - Monk
Style: Free Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
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Instant Composers Pool – ICP 026. Format: CD, Album. Country: Netherlands. 1. Four In One. 4:26.
Filed under Progressive Big Band By ICP ORCHESTRA. Monk Program 1 Four In One 4:26 2 Epistrophy 4:04 3 Round Midnight 5:11 4 Hornin' In 3:23 5 52+ 6:27 6 Mysterioso 7:29 7 Criss Cross 4:59 Nichols Program 8 Houseparty Starting 7:49 9 Change Of Season 5:01 10 2300 Skidoo 7:01 11 Spinning Song 4:38 12 Hangover Triangle 5:58. 13 Step Tempest 4:42.
The Nichols program, recorded in 1984, features an expatriate American Nichols aficionado on soprano in Steve Lacy - with the usual suspects like Han Bennink on drums, Wolter Wierbos on trombone, Michael Moore and Sean Bergin on alto, and Ernst Reijseger on cello, among others. Their run through "2300 Skidoo," with its extended intervals and broken eights in the middle, is outrageously inventive, as is their reading of "Houseparty Starting," with its stomping tempo and angular solos by Lacy and Wierbos These two recordings of the ICP Orchestra have stood up marvelously over the years; they sound even more relevant in the 21st century than they did in the 20th.
ICP Orchestra - 1988 - Performs Nichols-Monk (FLAC) Artwork Back. jpg C. pg 01 - Four In On. lac 02 - Epistrophy. ICP Orchestra - The ICP Orchestra Performs Nichols - Monk - 1988, FLAC (tracks+. Download via torrent Download via magnet. ICP Orchestra - 1988 - Performs Nichols-Monk (FLAC).
Herbie Nichols/Thelonius Monk. Two programs: the ICP Orchestra performs Nichols - Monk.
Instant Composers Pool (ICP) is an independent Dutch jazz and improvised music label and orchestra. Founded in 1967, the label takes its name from the notion that improvisation is "instant composition". The ICP label has published more than 50 releases to date, with most of its releases featuring the ICP Orchestra and its members. In 1967 saxophonist Willem Breuker, pianist Misha Mengelberg and drummer Han Bennink founded the ICP label in Amsterdam.
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- Recorded At – Cafe WIlhelmina
- Recorded At – Muziekcentrum Vredenburg, Utrecht
- Alto Saxophone – Michael Moore , Paul Termos (tracks: 8 to 13), Sean Bergin (tracks: 8 to 13)
- Cello – Ernst Reijseger
- Clarinet – Michael Moore (tracks: 8 to 13)
- Drums, Design – Han Bennink
- Piano, Arranged By, Recorded By – Misha Mengelberg
- Recorded By – Dick Lucas
- Soprano Saxophone – Steve Lacy (tracks: 8 to 13)
- Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Ab Baars (tracks: 1 to 7)
- Trombone – Garret List* (tracks: 8 to 13), George Lewis (tracks: 5, 6), Wolter Wierbos
- Trumpet – Toon De Gouw (tracks: 8 to 13)
- Tuba – Larry Fishkind (tracks: 8 to 13)
- Viola – Maurice Horsthuis
Tracks 1 to 3 at Vredenburg, Utrecht on 27 October 1986
Track 4 at Wilhelmina, Eindhoven on 22 October 1986
Tracks 5, 6 at Firenze on 20 November 1986
Track 7 at Schlemmer, Den Haag on 10 December 1986
Track 12 at Mephisto, Rotterdam on 11 May 1984
Tracks 8 to 10, 11, 13 at Vredenburg, Utrecht on 12 May 1984