Nantes a commémoré lundi 12 février l'arrivée du jazz en Europe, 100 ans jour pour jour après le premier concert donné sur son sol, par l'orchestre militaire américain dirigé par le lieutenant James Reese Europe, auquel un hommage a été rendu.
2 год назад
New 2018 Paul McCartney album: https://www.amazon.com/Egypt-Station-Paul-McCartney/dp/B07DV95WN6/theofficiapet-20 Also, I have a book on the "voice of Love": http://www.amazon.com/Surrendering-Abundance-Receiving-Spirit-Filled-Messages/dp/1512049239/theofficiapet-20 -- Updated BEATLES: [ Subscribe on that channel please ] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BLkvqnIH5U&list=PLAoj4Fq92homwVnvykZTJOkRdFLc3MSxZ -- For those curious, this film Includes footage of most of the concert, with four audio-only bonus tracks at the end. This was not to chronicle the event like a documentary, but an attempt to provide a more impressionistic experience, and highlight enjoyment of the music footage by: -- Removing the intra-song dialogue -- Trying to raise low bass (but it was really too muddy there) -- Bringing up high treble for ease to hear vocals/guitars -- Zooming in slightly to help fill out the frame -- Using analog multi-band compressors to balance the sound. Notes: 1. Including the intra-song dialogue didn't make as much sense since a.) the song order had to be reversed.b.) it's already available in other links. c.) IMO it highlights the intense emotional atmosphere -- the attempted goal on this video. 2. A very slight plate reverb was used on the John songs were his vocal was distorting and too forward in the mix. 3. It's a shame that on some of the Paul songs his mic is somewhat low. And John's rhythm guitar sounds great, but mixed a little loud. (It's nice to hear because it's usually more buried, but on this there was no way to easily correct it. I tried to bring up the frequencies a tad where Paul's voice was punching through, but there was a lot of overlap that made it hard.) 4. at 4:54 it appears as though the drummer is gone but that's just a drum kit from the previous band. Ringo is on a platform. 5. On a few songs the audio/video synch is slightly a few frames off -- because the original source was off. Most viewers don't notice or care; but if you watch the 2016 Ron H7oward feature you'll see it's off there too. Apparently it was married together about 20 yrs ago from the video and soundboard recording. I just got really tired with working on this and didn't notice. And also I never expected this video to be so popular since other versions have been around. Here's one that's closer to the original source footage: Part I https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPZ-A9WJzTE Part II https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSiT0HdZ7Tg Unfortunately YouTube doesn't allow for re-posting w/o losing views/comments. Hopefully someday. The back-half of the video is great though. ;) [Video+audio] 00:07 -- You Can't Do That 02:42 -- All My Loving 04:48 -- She Loves You 07:11 -- Can't Buy Me Love 09:19 -- Twist and Shout 12:01 -- Long Tall Sally [Mostly just audio] 14:41 -- Til There Was You 16:53 -- Roll Over Beethoven 19:13 -- This Boy 21:29 -- I Saw Her Standing There (If you want to scroll right to the brief video snippets of the last four songs, just run your mouse over the red line thumbnails to find them.) Since the goal was to group together the filmed parts, this is not the actual order of the concert (likely 6/17/64). See this for more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Beatles%27_1964_world_tour Enjoy! -- http://www.davenevins.com
5 год назад
Europe's Pathe version of "Memphis Blues" was recorded on July 3, 1919. Europe's music on Pathé discs is different from that of Europe's Society Orchestra issued on Victor discs five years earlier. The musicians were different; popular music had changed; instead of making dance records, he now worked in a military band tradition, conducting different instruments than in earlier years. Whereas none of the Victor recordings featured vocals, some Pathés feature singers Noble Sissle and C. Creighton Thompson. Moreover, different technology was used. It is unfortunate that his final discs are vertical-cut records. In the year the records were issued, hill-and-dale technology was quickly losing favor with record buyers. By 1920 nearly all talking machines were made for lateral-cut discs. Equipment for playing Pathé discs became relatively scarce in subsequent years. Had his records been made with lateral-cut technology, they might have enjoyed more popularity and his name might have been better remembered by subsequent generations. After four sessions with Europe, the Pathé company issued a special flier announcing new titles: "Eleven records of the world's greatest exponent of syncopation just off the press." In bold type, the flier announced, "Jim Europe's jazz will live forever." Sadly, the music became relatively obscure. Europe's musicians perform more in a military band tradition than in the new jazz idiom. Nonetheless, Europe is a significant pre-jazz artist or transitional figure, the most important African-American musical leader in the period when ragtime was on the wane but before the reign of King Oliver and Louis Armstrong. He employed musicians who later became fine jazz artists, notably Dope Andrews and Herb Flemming. Two jazz-oriented performances are "That Moaning Trombone," composed by Clef Club member Tom Bethel, and W.C. Handy's "Memphis Blues," each having a swing and freedom that virtually no other military band at the time attempted. Europe's arrangements showcase the fine trombone section though other band sections are heard distinctly, even the tubas. Recounting how "Memphis Blues" evolved, Handy in his autobiography Father Of The Blues (Macmillan, 1941) states, "The Victor Company released a recording by the Jim Europe band. That sent that ball rolling." Although Europe was among the first to perform it at concerts and dances, no such Victor recording was issued. Only Pathé issued a version performed by Europe. His musicians give it a jazzy treatment, playing at a tempo for fast dancing. Europe suffered a fatal stabbing two days after his band cut six titles for Pathé on May 7, 1919. There was no clear motive for the backstage attack during a Boston's Mechanics Hall concert. Accounts differ, but it seems that Europe reprimanded Herbert Wright for the drummer's unprofessional habit of walking on and off stage while other acts performed. Herbert Wright was already simmering from what he perceived as favoritism, feeling the bandleader never blamed Steven Wright for mistakes but only criticized Herbert (together, Steven and Herbert Wright made up the "Percussion Twins"--they shared surnames but were not related). When Europe ordered Wright to leave a dressing room, the unstable drummer produced a penknife and stabbed the bandleader in the neck. Others in the room, including Sissle, were unable to stop Wright. Europe was rushed to City Hospital but soon died.
7 год назад
Le quatrième et dernier mouvement de la Symphonie « Du Nouveau Monde » est probablement aussi la plus connue des œuvres d'Antonín Leopold Dvořák. Cette symphonie (la neuvième du compositeur) a été crée en 1893. J'ai augmenté la gamme de cette symphonie d'un demi-ton grâce au logiciel Audacity, afin de visualiser le nombre de personnes qui auront perçu la différence avec la version originale. Seuls quelques membres de Youtube ont donné leur avis sur la question, certains plus attachés à la gamme d'origine, d'autres affichant une préférence pour le demi-ton supplémentaire. Avec les trois autres mouvements, Allegro con fuoco a été joué par l'Orchestre Philharmonique de Vienne en 1985, sous la baguette d'Herbert Von Karajan.
8 год назад
Traditional Jazz, recorded 8th of October 2010 in New Orleans Royal St - as a special request for me! Great performance!
6 год назад
Visite des trois clubs de jazz de la petite Rue Des Lombards a Paris (Emission Media Offline JAV 3eme année de 3iS) Réalisation/Montage: Jouhara Ismaili Image: Laury Baillet, Adrien Pulby, Jouhara Ismaili, Eric Muguruza youtube.com/Jouharakh musique: Lukmil Perez colectivo et Irving Acao quartet
9 год назад
Europe's official music video for 'The Final Countdown'. Click to listen to Europe on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/EuropeSpot?IQid=EuropeTFC As featured on 1982-1992. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes: http://smarturl.it/Europe1982iTunes?IQid=EuropeTFC Google Play: http://smarturl.it/EuropeTFCplay?IQid=EuropeTFC Amazon: http://smarturl.it/Europe1982Amz?IQid=EuropeTFC More from Europe Carrie: https://youtu.be/KmWE9UBFwtY Open Your Heart: https://youtu.be/qX4LC1HBmag Rock The Night: https://youtu.be/ELtpTBf-pMU More great classic rock videos here: http://smarturl.it/ClassicRocks?IQid=EuropeTFC Follow Europe Website: http://www.europetheband.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/europetheband Twitter: https://twitter.com/europetheband Myspace: http://myspace.com/europe/ Subscribe to Europe on YouTube: http://smarturl.it/EuropeSub?IQid=EuropeTFC --------- Lyrics: (ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, one) We're leaving together, But still it's farewell. And maybe we'll come back To earth, who can tell? I guess there is no one to blame We're leaving ground (leaving ground) Will things ever be the same again? It's the final countdown. The final countdown
10 мес назад
1 er Concert à l' U Arena de Nanterre les Rolling Stones Tournée No Filter 2017 . Ouverture du concert Sympathy for the devils ... l'histoire s'écrit à nouveau !!!
1 год назад
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6 год назад
Rec. March 1919 N.Y. Dir. James Reese Europe (22 February 1881 -- 9 May 1919) was an American ragtime and early jazz bandleader (Europe's Society Orchestra see ), arranger, and composer. Photo:Europe's Society Orchestra, circa 1914. Europe is seated at the piano; Noble Sissle is third from left in the back row.