samedi, novembre 04, 2006

Keith Jarrett

Depuis longtemps déjà, je suis en admiration devant Keith Jarrett. J’ai eu récemment l’occasion de voir un film documentaire à propos de cet artiste à l’auditorium du Louvre, mais j’ai loupé son concert live à la Salle Pleyel (sould out !!!). Il ne me reste plus qu’à me consoler avec mes CD et YouTube...

J’aimerais vous faire partager ma passion pour ce pianiste – il est tout simplement génial.



Keith Jarret playing. Footage from "Keith Jarrett: Last Solo". Tokyo '84




Jack DeJohnette - Keith Jarrett - Gary Peacock




Keith Jarrett & Chick Corea. Concerto For 2 Pianos & Orchestra In E-Flat Major, K. 365 (K. 316a): III. Rondeaux: Allegro

4 commentaires:

moumousse a dit…

un homme qui réconcilie le jazz , le classique et le rock

cm a dit…

Et surtout un maître de l’improvisation !

Anonyme a dit…

Chick Corea is pretty useful too!

Andy a dit…

Keith started with a great right hand and ended with a great left hand - he says that when he liberated his left hand and gave it freedom to go where it wanted to go it was a huge step forward.
These days I'm more impressed with Brad Mehldau, but Keith laid the path. I wish he'd get another bassist - Gary Peacock is frequently out of tune, and doesn't really add much creativity or originality. Keith seems a loyal guy to his sidemen, but maybe a change is due. While he experiments in the classical world maybe the changes he needs to make are right under his nose. Andy