Category: Classic Rock

Comments

  1. Karisar says:
    Mar 23,  · Art Tatum transcriptions were the first transcriptions I ever played (Tea For Two, Cherokee, Dardanella a dozen more!). So I feel like it's full circle back to my roots. Transcribing Tatum .
  2. Tozahn says:
    Listen to your favorite songs from Ultimate by Art Tatum Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  3. Migami says:
    He recorded extensively for Norman Granz near the end of his life in the s, both solo and with all-star groups; all of the music has been reissued by Pablo on a six-CD box set. His premature death from uremia has not resulted in any loss of fame, for Art Tatum's recordings still have the ability to scare modern pianists. ~ Scott Yanow, Rovi.
  4. Doramar says:
    May 31,  · Art Tatum (Arthur Tatum, Jr., October 13, , Toledo, Ohio, USA - November 5, , Los Angeles, California) was an American jazz pianist and virtuoso who played with phenomenal facility despite being nearly blind since birth. Tatum is widely acknowledged as .
  5. Arasar says:
    Format: Audio CD Unquestionably, Art Tatum is the greatest jazz pianist, possibly pianist (Horowitz was even in awe of him), of the 20th century. Since Oscar Peterson has frequently worn that title for the past 50 years, I once compared their recordings of "Tenderly.".
  6. Moogucage says:
    Art Tatum was a phenomenon of nature. Tatum, a partially blind pianist, played with a matchless speed, grace, and nuance in his interpretations of American popular song. This compilation provides an excellent introduction to Art Tatum's towering body of solo piano work/5(5).
  7. Mazil says:
    Art Tatum / Roy Eldridge / John Simmons / Alvin Stoller: Art Tatum / Roy Eldridge / John Simmons / Alvin Stoller - The Tatum Group Masterpieces, Vol. 2 ‎ (CD, Comp, RE) Pablo Records: PACD US: Sell This Version.
  8. Kigar says:
    The Tatum Group Masterpieces, Volume Eight is an album by pianist Art Tatum and tenor saxophonist Ben Webster, with Red Callender on double bass and Bill Douglass on drums. The session was originally released in on Verve Records album produced by Norman Granz as The Art Tatum - Ben Webster Quartet, but Granz re-acquired the masters in the s after the album was allowed to go .
  9. Kigazilkree says:
    Discography. Art Tatum Piano Impressesions, ARA A-1, date unknown cs; Art Tatum Piano Solos, Asch , c; Footnotes to Jazz, Vol. 2: Jazz Rehearsal, II- Art Tatum Trio, Folkways Records, ; Makin' Whoopee, Verve, ; The Greatest Piano Hits of Them All, Verve, ; Genius Of Keyboard –56, Giants Of Jazz; Still More of the Greatest Piano Hits of Them All, Verve,

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *