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Julian Joseph - In Concert At The Wigmore Hall album flac Performer: Julian Joseph
Title: In Concert At The Wigmore Hall
Released: 1995
MP3 album: 1679 mb
FLAC album: 1603 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: MP2 ASF MP3 VQF DMF AA AU
Genre: Jazz

In Concert At The Wigmore Hall ‎(CD, Album).

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Joseph founded the Julian Joseph Jazz Academy in January 2013 in London. The Academy encourages young musicians in the development of jazz technique and understanding. Tutors include Tony Kofi and Byron Wallen. Joseph is also a trustee and vice-president of the National Youth Jazz Collective. As leader or co-leader. 1991: The Other Side of Town (single released in various formats with varying numbers of tracks). 1995: In Concert at the Wigmore Hall. 1996: Universal Traveller.

Born in 1966, he is one of the few jazz pianists to venture into the repertoire of classical music. In particular, he is the first jazz musician to be invited to a series of concerts at the Wigmore Hall. He is frequently invited to several festivals, notably together with his trio Electric Band and his quartet Forum Project. As a soloist, he played sonatas by Bartók and Prokofiev, and the Piano Concerto in F by Gershwin with many symphony orchestras through Europe.

Wigmore Hall is a concert hall located at 36 Wigmore Street, London. Originally called Bechstein Hall, it specialises in performances of chamber music, early music, vocal music and song recitals.

Julian Joseph/ Gary Thomas. Wigmore Hall, London . Joseph tests this theory every year with a spring season of chamber-jazz recitals featuring star guests at the Wigmore, and the 2001 version began this week with the pianist's trio and the powerful American tenor saxophonist Gary Thomas. Joseph sensibly eschews drummers in a venue built for delicate brush strokes, and performed with his sharp and sensitive regular partners Orlando Le Fleming (bass) and Adam Salkeld (guitar)

Julian Raphael Nathaniel Joseph, 11 May 1966, London, England. Pianist and band leader Joseph has been at the forefront of attempts to break down barriers between jazz and classical traditions. His 20-piece All Star Big Band certainly includes some of the most prominent musicians in both genres, including Tony Remy, Jean Toussaint and Andy Sheppard. His third album, meanwhile, documented his set at the Wigmore Hall auditorium, which featured Alec Dankworth, Eddie Daniels, Jason Rebello and Johnny Griffin. In the same year he also performed Gershwin’s Piano Concerto In F, live on BBC television, as well as a duet with Bheki Mseleku. Afterwards he began a fourth album, this time a studio affair with the aid of drummer Mark Mondesir and bass player Reginald Veal.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Hard Cash
Written-By – Julian Joseph
9:15
2 Just Friends
Written-By – J. Klenner*, S. Lewis*
8:39
3 The Cat
Written By, Written-By – Johnny Griffin
9:31
4 Soul Eyes
Written-By – Mal Waldron
8:28
5 Soft Shoe For Thad
Written-By – Eddie Daniels
10:10
6 Maiden Voyage
Written-By – Herbie Hancock
12:16
7 All Through The Night
Written-By – Cole Porter
8:52
Solo Medley (9:51)
8a Reality
Written-By – Julian Joseph
8b These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You
Written-By – H. Marvell*, J. Strachey*, H. Link*
8c Just One Of Those Things
Written-By – Cole Porter

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – BBC Audio International, Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Warner Music UK Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Wigmore Hall
  • Mastered At – Tape To Tape
  • Edited At – Tape To Tape

Credits

  • Acoustic Bass – Alec Dankworth (tracks: 1,2,3,4,5,7)
  • Clarinet – Eddie Daniels (tracks: 1,4,5)
  • Liner Notes – J Wyllie*
  • Mastered By – Richard Beetham*
  • Piano – Jason Rebello (tracks: 6), Julian Joseph (tracks: 1 to 8)
  • Producer – Derek Dresher*
  • Tenor Saxophone – Johnny Griffin (tracks: 2,3,7)

Notes

Recorded at The Wigmore Hall, Lomdon on 2,10,16,30 October 1994
℗ 1994 BBC Audio International Ltd
© 1995 Warner Music UK Limited
Made in Germany
Includes 8 page booklet with notes in English only

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 706301137024
  • Label Code: LC 1557
  • Matrix / Runout: 063011370-2 WME
  • Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L011
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0583