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David Warren Brubeck (December 6, 1920 – December 5, 2012) was an American jazz pianist and composer, considered one of the foremost exponents of cool jazz. Many of his compositions have become jazz standards including “In Your Own Sweet Way” and “The Duke”. Brubeck’s style ranged from refined to bombastic, reflecting both his mother’s classical training and his own improvisational skills. His music is known for employing unusual time signatures as well as superimposing contrasting rhythms, meters, and tonalities.

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Brubeck experimented with time signatures throughout his career, recording “Pick Up Sticks” in 6/4, “Unsquare Dance” in 7/4, “World’s Fair” in 13/4, and “Blue Rondo à la Turk” in 9/8. He was also a composer of orchestral and sacred music and wrote soundtracks for television, such as Mr. Broadway and the animated miniseries This Is America, Charlie Brown.

Brubeck experimented with time signatures throughout his career, recording “Pick Up Sticks” in 6/4, “Unsquare Dance” in 7/4, “World’s Fair” in 13/4, and “Blue Rondo à la Turk” in 9/8. He was also a composer of orchestral and sacred music and wrote soundtracks for television, such as Mr. Broadway and the animated miniseries This Is America, Charlie Brown.

Often incorrectly attributed to Brubeck, the song “Take Five“, which has become a jazz standard, was composed by Brubeck’s long-time musical partner, alto saxophonist Paul Desmond.Appearing on one of the top-selling jazz albums, Time Out, and written in 5/4 time, “Take Five” has endured as a jazz classic associated with Brubeck.

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Dave Brubeck Discography

1942 (age 22)

Dave Brubeck Solo

Dave Brubeck, piano.

California, circa 1942

I’ve Found A New BabyOriginal Jazz Classics OJCCD-1076-2

* Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1076-2   Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz At The College Of The Pacific, Volume 2

1948

Dave Brubeck Octet

Dick Collins, trumpet; Bob Collins, trombone; Bill Smith, clarinet, baritone sax; Paul Desmond, alto sax; David Van Kriedt, tenor sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Weeks, bass; Cal Tjader, drums.

“NBC audition”, San Francisco, CA, 1948

How High The MoonFantasy EP 4019, LP 3-16, LP 3-239
Playland-At-The-Beach

* Fantasy LP 3-239, LP 8094; Original Jazz Classics OJC-101, OJCCD-101-2   Dave Brubeck Octet
* Fantasy LP 3-16   Dave Brubeck – Old Sounds From San Francisco
* Fantasy EP 4019   Dave Brubeck – Old Sounds From San Francisco

Dave Brubeck Octet

same personnel.

San Francisco, CA, 1948

Serenade SuiteFantasy EP 4019, LP 3-16, LP 3-239

Dick Collins, trumpet; Bob Collins, trombone; Bill Smith, clarinet, baritone sax; Bob Cummings, alto sax; David Van Kriedt, tenor sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Weeks, bass; Cal Tjader, drums.

Prisoner’s SongFantasy EP 4020, LP 3-16, LP 3-239
Schizophrenic Scherzo
Rondo
I Hear A RhapsodyFantasy EP 4019, LP 3-16, LP 3-239
You Go To My HeadFantasy EP 4020, LP 3-16, LP 3-239
LauraFantasy EP 4019, LP 3-16, LP 3-239
Closing ThemeFantasy EP 4020, LP 3-16, LP 3-239

* Fantasy LP 3-239, LP 8094; Original Jazz Classics OJC-101, OJCCD-101-2   Dave Brubeck Octet
* Fantasy LP 3-16   Dave Brubeck – Old Sounds From San Francisco
* Fantasy EP 4019   Dave Brubeck – Old Sounds From San Francisco
* Fantasy EP 4020   Dave Brubeck – Old Sounds From San Francisco

1949

Dave Brubeck Trio

Dave Brubeck, piano; Ron Crotty, bass; Cal Tjader, drums.

San Francisco, CA, September, 1949

COR-551Blue MoonCoronet 104; Fantasy EP 4001, LP 3-2, LP 3-204
COR-552Tea For Two
COR-553IndianaCoronet 103; Fantasy EP 2-802, LP 3-1, LP 3-204
COR-554Laura

* Fantasy LP 3-204   Dave Brubeck Trio
= Fantasy LP 3331, LP 8073   Dave Brubeck Trio Featuring Cal Tjader
= Fantasy F-24726, FCD-24726-2   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals – 24 Classic Original Recordings
* Fantasy LP 3-2   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals
= Vogue (F) LD 022   Dave Brubeck – Piano Et Rhytmes
* Fantasy LP 3-1   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals
= Vogue (F) LD 102   Dave Brubeck Trio, Vol. 2
* Fantasy EP 4001   The Dave Brubeck Trio
* Fantasy EP 2-802   The Dave Brubeck Trio
* Coronet 104; Fantasy 505   Dave Brubeck – Blue Moon / Tea For Two
* Coronet 103; Fantasy 504   Dave Brubeck – Laura / Indiana

1950 (age 30)

Dave Brubeck Trio

Dave Brubeck, piano; Ron Crotty, bass; Cal Tjader, drums, vibes.

San Francisco, CA, March, 1950

3006You Stepped Out Of A DreamFantasy 501, LP 3-1, LP 3-204
3008Lullaby In Rhythm
3010Singin’ In The RainFantasy 502, LP 3-1, LP 3-204
3025I’ll Remember April
3029Body And SoulFantasy 503, LP 3-1, LP 3-204
3042Let’s Fall In Love

* Fantasy LP 3-204   Dave Brubeck Trio
= Fantasy LP 3331, LP 8073   Dave Brubeck Trio Featuring Cal Tjader
= Fantasy F-24726, FCD-24726-2   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals – 24 Classic Original Recordings
* Fantasy LP 3-1   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals
= Vogue (F) LD 102   Dave Brubeck Trio, Vol. 2
* Fantasy 501   Dave Brubeck – You Stepped Out Of A Dream / Lullaby In Rhythm
* Fantasy 502   Dave Brubeck – Singin’ In The Rain / I’ll Remember April
* Fantasy 503   Dave Brubeck – Body And Soul / Let’s Fall In Love

Dave Brubeck Trio

same personnel.

San Francisco, CA, June, 1950

6031‘S WonderfulFantasy 508, EP 4002, LP 3-2, LP 3-205
6034Sweet Georgia BrownFantasy 507, EP 4002, LP 3-2, LP 3-205
6037UndecidedFantasy 506, EP 4001, LP 3-2, LP 3-204
6041September SongFantasy 507, EP 4002, LP 3-2, LP 3-205
6045Spring Is HereFantasy 508, EP 4002, LP 3-2, LP 3-205
6048That Old Black MagicFantasy 506, EP 4001, LP 3-2, LP 3-204

* Fantasy LP 3-205   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals
= Fantasy LP 3332, LP 8074   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Brubeck Tjader
= America (F) 30 AM 6095   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Brubeck-Tjader
= Fantasy F-24726, FCD-24726-2   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals – 24 Classic Original Recordings
* Fantasy LP 3-204   Dave Brubeck Trio
= Fantasy LP 3331, LP 8073   Dave Brubeck Trio Featuring Cal Tjader
= Fantasy F-24726, FCD-24726-2   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals – 24 Classic Original Recordings
* Fantasy LP 3-2   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals
= Vogue (F) LD 022   Dave Brubeck – Piano Et Rhytmes
* Fantasy EP 4002   The Dave Brubeck Trio
* Fantasy EP 4001   The Dave Brubeck Trio
* Fantasy 508   Dave Brubeck – ‘S Wonderful / Spring Is Here
* Fantasy 507   Dave Brubeck – Sweet Georgia Brown / September Song
* Fantasy 506   Dave Brubeck – Undecided / That Old Black Magic

Dave Brubeck Octet

Dick Collins, trumpet; Bob Collins, trombone; Bill Smith, clarinet, baritone sax; Paul Desmond, alto sax; David Van Kriedt, tenor sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Weeks, bass; Cal Tjader, drums.

San Francisco, CA, July, 1950

7013Love Walked InFantasy 509, EP 4003, LP 3-3, LP 3-239
7021IPCAFantasy 512, EP 4004, LP 3-3, LP 3-239
7027What Is This Thing Called LoveFantasy 510, EP 4003, LP 3-3, LP 3-239
7031The Way You Look TonightFantasy 509, EP 4003, LP 3-3, LP 3-239
7036September In The RainFantasy 510, EP 4003, LP 3-3, LP 3-239
7042PreludeFantasy 511, EP 4004, LP 3-3, LP 3-239
7047Fugue On Bop Themes
7052Let’s Fall In LoveFantasy 512, EP 4004, LP 3-3, LP 3-239

* Fantasy LP 3-239, LP 8094; Original Jazz Classics OJC-101, OJCCD-101-2   Dave Brubeck Octet
* Fantasy LP 3-3   The Dave Brubeck Octet – Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals
= Vogue (F) LD 023   Dave Brubeck Octet
* Fantasy EP 4003   Dave Brubeck Octet
* Fantasy EP 4004   Dave Brubeck Octet
* Fantasy 509   Dave Brubeck – Love Walked In / The Way You Look Tonight
* Fantasy 512   Dave Brubeck – IPCA / Let’s Fall In Love
* Fantasy 510   Dave Brubeck – What Is This Thing Called Love / September In The Rain
* Fantasy 511   Dave Brubeck – Prelude / Fugue On Bop Themes

Dave Brubeck Trio

Dave Brubeck, piano; Ron Crotty, bass; Cal Tjader, drums.

San Francisco, CA, October, 1950

10004I Didn’t Know What Time It WasFantasy 514, EP 4005, LP 3-4, LP 3-205
10010Squeeze MeFantasy 515, EP 4006, LP 3-4, LP 3-205
10020Too Marvelous For WordsFantasy 516, EP 4006, LP 3-4, LP 3-205
10026How High The MoonFantasy 515, EP 4006, LP 3-4, LP 3-205
10041Heart And SoulFantasy 516, EP 4006, LP 3-4, LP 3-205

* Fantasy LP 3-205   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals
= Fantasy LP 3332, LP 8074   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Brubeck Tjader
= America (F) 30 AM 6095   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Brubeck-Tjader
= Fantasy F-24726, FCD-24726-2   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals – 24 Classic Original Recordings
* Fantasy LP 3-4   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals
= Vogue (F) LD 103   Dave Brubeck Trio, Vol. 3
* Fantasy EP 4005   The Dave Brubeck Trio
* Fantasy EP 4006   The Dave Brubeck Trio
* Fantasy 514   Dave Brubeck – I Didn’t Know What Time It Was / Always
* Fantasy 515   Dave Brubeck – Squeeze Me / How High The Moon
* Fantasy 516   Dave Brubeck – Too Marvelous For Words / Heart And Soul

Dave Brubeck Trio

same personnel.

San Francisco, CA, November, 1950

11010AlwaysFantasy 514, EP 4005, LP 3-4, LP 3-205
11015AvalonFantasy 513, EP 4005, LP 3-4, LP 3-205
11036Perfidia

* Fantasy LP 3-205   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals
= Fantasy LP 3332, LP 8074   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Brubeck Tjader
= America (F) 30 AM 6095   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Brubeck-Tjader
= Fantasy F-24726, FCD-24726-2   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals – 24 Classic Original Recordings
* Fantasy LP 3-4   The Dave Brubeck Trio – Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals
= Vogue (F) LD 103   Dave Brubeck Trio, Vol. 3
* Fantasy EP 4005   The Dave Brubeck Trio
* Fantasy 514   Dave Brubeck – I Didn’t Know What Time It Was / Always
* Fantasy 513   Dave Brubeck – Avalon / Perfidia

1951

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Fred Dutton, bass; Herb Barman, drums.

San Francisco, CA, August, 1951

8127Crazy ChrisFantasy 517, 558, LP 3-5, LP 3-229
8130A Foggy DayFantasy 518, LP 3-5, LP 3-229
8134Lyons Busy
8137Somebody Loves MeFantasy 517, LP 3-5, LP 3-229
Crazy Chris (as Crazy Time)Crown CLP 5056

* Fantasy LP 3-229, LP 8092   Brubeck Desmond
= America (F) 30 AM 6068   The Genius Of Dave Brubeck
= Fantasy F-24728, FCD-24728-2   The Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond – Stardust
* Crown CLP 5056   Various Artists – Jazz Confidential
* Fantasy LP 3-5; Vogue (F) LD 146   Dave Brubeck Quartet
* Fantasy 517   Dave Brubeck – Crazy Chris / Somebody Loves Me
* Fantasy 558   Dave Brubeck – Crazy Chris / Trolley Song
* Fantasy 518   Dave Brubeck – A Foggy Day / Lyons Busy

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Wyatt Ruther, bass; Herb Barman, drums.

San Francisco, CA, November, 1951

11103At A Perfume CounterFantasy 520, LP 3-5, LP 3-229
11113Mam’selleFantasy 519, LP 3-5, LP 3-229
11119Me And My Shadow
11133FrenesiFantasy 520, LP 3-5, LP 3-229
At A Perfume CounterCrown CLP 5288

* Fantasy LP 3-229, LP 8092   Brubeck Desmond
= America (F) 30 AM 6068   The Genius Of Dave Brubeck
= Fantasy F-24728, FCD-24728-2   The Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond – Stardust
* Crown CLP 5288   Dave Brubeck Quartet – Paul Desmond Quartet – Cal Tjader
* Fantasy LP 3-5; Vogue (F) LD 146   Dave Brubeck Quartet
* Fantasy 520   Dave Brubeck – Frenesi / At A Perfume Counter
* Fantasy 519   Dave Brubeck – Mam’selle / Me And My Shadow

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

radio broadcast, “Birdland”, NYC, December 15, 1951

At A Perfume Counter (as Perfume Counter)Alto AL 711
That Old Black Magic
How High The Moon

* Alto AL 711   Dave Brubeck – Modern Complex Dialogues
= Sandy Hook SH 2064   Dave Brubeck – Rare Radio Recordings 1953, 1954

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

radio broadcast, “Birdland”, NYC, December 22, 1951

Jeepers CreepersAlto AL 711
Crazy Chris
Spring Is Here
Stardust
This Can’t Be Love
These Foolish Things
Lyons Busy (as Jingle Bells)

* Alto AL 711   Dave Brubeck – Modern Complex Dialogues
= Sandy Hook SH 2064   Dave Brubeck – Rare Radio Recordings 1953, 1954

1952

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Wyatt Ruther, bass; Lloyd Davis, drums.

radio broadcast, “Birdland”, NYC, January 22, 1952

Tea For TwoAlto AL 711

* Alto AL 711   Dave Brubeck – Modern Complex Dialogues
= Sandy Hook SH 2064   Dave Brubeck – Rare Radio Recordings 1953, 1954

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

radio broadcast, “Birdland”, NYC, January 24, 1952

I’ll Remember AprilAlto AL 711

* Alto AL 711   Dave Brubeck – Modern Complex Dialogues
= Sandy Hook SH 2064   Dave Brubeck – Rare Radio Recordings 1953, 1954

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

“Surf Club”, Hollywood, CA, September, 1952

9202This Can’t Be LoveFantasy 521, LP 3-7, LP 3-240
9204Look For The Silver LiningFantasy 521, LP 3-7, LP 3-229
9205My RomanceFantasy 523, LP 3-7, LP 3-230
9217I May Be WrongFantasy 527, EP 4053, LP 3-210
9232Just One Of Those ThingsFantasy 523, LP 3-7, LP 3-230
9237Lulu’s Back In TownFantasy 524, LP 3-7, LP 3-230
9244On A Little Street In SingaporeFantasy 527, EP 4053, LP 3-210
9252All The Things You AreFantasy 526, LP 3-7, LP 3-230
9253Alice In Wonderland
9330StardustFantasy 524, LP 3-7, LP 3-230

* Fantasy LP 3-240, LP 8080   Brubeck Desmond – Jazz At Storyville
= Fantasy F-24727, FCD-24727-2   Dave Brubeck/Paul Desmond
* Fantasy LP 3-229, LP 8092   Brubeck Desmond
= America (F) 30 AM 6068   The Genius Of Dave Brubeck
= Fantasy F-24728, FCD-24728-2   The Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond – Stardust
* Fantasy LP 3-230, LP 8093   Dave Brubeck Quartet
= Fantasy F-24728, FCD-24728-2   The Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond – Stardust
* Fantasy LP 3-210   Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond – Jazz At The Blackhawk
= Fantasy LP 3298, LP 8081   Brubeck Desmond – Two Knights At The Blackhawk
= Fantasy F-24727, FCD-24727-2   Dave Brubeck/Paul Desmond
* Fantasy LP 3-7   The Dave Brubeck Quartet
* Fantasy EP 4053   Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond – Jazz At The Blackhawk
* Fantasy 521   Dave Brubeck – Look For The Silver Lining / This Can’t Be Love
* Fantasy 523   Dave Brubeck – My Romance / Just One Of Those Things
* Fantasy 527   Dave Brubeck – On A Little Street In Singapore / I May Be Wrong
* Fantasy 524   Dave Brubeck – Stardust / Lulu’s Back In Town
* Fantasy 526   Dave Brubeck – Alice In Wonderland / All The Things You Are

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Ron Crotty, bass #1; Lloyd Davis, drums.

“Storyville Club”, Boston, MA, October 22, 1952

1.Over The RainbowFantasy EP 4011, LP 3-8, LP 3-240
2.You Go To My Head
3.Give A Little WhistleFantasy EP 4012, LP 3-8, LP 3-240
4.Oh, Lady Be Good

* Fantasy LP 3-240, LP 8080   Brubeck Desmond – Jazz At Storyville
= Fantasy F-24727, FCD-24727-2   Dave Brubeck/Paul Desmond
* Fantasy LP 3-8   Brubeck Desmond – Jazz At Storyville
* Fantasy EP 4011   Brubeck Desmond – Jazz At Storyville
* Fantasy EP 4012   Brubeck Desmond – Jazz At Storyville

1953

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Ron Crotty, bass; Lloyd Davis, drums.

“Storyville Club”, Boston, MA, February, 1953

Tea For TwoFantasy EP 4012, LP 3-8, LP 3-240

* Fantasy LP 3-240, LP 8080   Brubeck Desmond – Jazz At Storyville
= Fantasy F-24727, FCD-24727-2   Dave Brubeck/Paul Desmond
* Fantasy LP 3-8   Brubeck Desmond – Jazz At Storyville
* Fantasy EP 4012   Brubeck Desmond – Jazz At Storyville

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

“Surf Club”, Hollywood, CA, February, 1953

Blue MoonFantasy EP 4014, LP 3-210
Let’s Fall In Love

* Fantasy LP 3-210   Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond – Jazz At The Blackhawk
= Fantasy LP 3298, LP 8081   Brubeck Desmond – Two Knights At The Blackhawk
= Fantasy F-24727, FCD-24727-2   Dave Brubeck/Paul Desmond
* Fantasy EP 4014   Brubeck Desmond – Jazz At Storyville

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

“Finney Chapel, Oberlin College”, Oberlin, OH, March 2, 1953

26582The Way You Look TonightFantasy EP 4007, LP 3-11, LP 3-245, FCD-60-013
26583How High The MoonFantasy EP 4062, LP 3-245
26584These Foolish ThingsFantasy EP 4007, LP 3-11, LP 3-245, FCD-60-013
26585PerdidoFantasy EP 4013, LP 3-11, LP 3-245, FCD-60-013
26586Stardust

* Fantasy LP 3-245, LP 8069; Original Jazz Classics OJC-046, OJCCD-046-2   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz At Oberlin
= America (F) 30 AM 6073   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz At Storyville (mislabeled)
= Atlantic SD 2-317   The Art Of Dave Brubeck – The Fantasy Years
* Fantasy FCD-60-013   The Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond – In Concert
* Fantasy LP 3-11   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz At Oberlin
* Fantasy EP 4007   The Dave Brubeck Quartet
* Fantasy EP 4062   The Dave Brubeck Quartet
* Fantasy EP 4013   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz At Oberlin

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax #1,2,4-9; Dave Brubeck, piano; Ron Crotty, bass; Lloyd Davis, drums.

“The Blue Note”, Chicago, IL, March, 1953

1.IntroductionJazz Band (E) EBCD 2140-2
2.Too Marvelous For Words
3.Spring Is Here
4.How High The Moon (incomplete)
5.Closing
6.Introduction
7.At A Perfume Counter
8.Stardust
9.The Way You Look Tonight

* Jazz Band (E) EBCD 2140-2   Dave Brubeck, The Jackson-Harris Herd, Woody Herman – The Jackson-Harris Herd And The Dave Brubeck Quartet

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Ron Crotty, bass; Lloyd Davis, drums.

“Wilshire-Ebell College”, Los Angeles, CA, June 20, 1953

I’ll Never Smile AgainFantasy EP 4065, LP 3249
Let’s Fall In LoveFantasy LP 3249
StardustFantasy EP 4065, LP 3249
All The Things You AreFantasy EP 4066, LP 3249
Why Do I Love YouFantasy LP 3249
Too Marvelous For WordsFantasy EP 4066, LP 3249

* Fantasy LP 3249, LP 8095   Dave Brubeck & Paul Desmond At Wilshire-Ebell
= America (F) 30 AM 6083   The Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond – Recorded Live At Newport Jazz Festival
* Fantasy EP 4065   The Dave Brubeck Quartet
* Fantasy EP 4066   The Dave Brubeck Quartet

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

“The Blackhawk”, San Francisco, CA, September, 1953

Jeepers CreepersFantasy EP 4053, LP 3-210

* Fantasy LP 3-210   Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond – Jazz At The Blackhawk
= Fantasy LP 3298, LP 8081   Brubeck Desmond – Two Knights At The Blackhawk
= Fantasy F-24727, FCD-24727-2   Dave Brubeck/Paul Desmond
* Fantasy EP 4053   Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond – Jazz At The Blackhawk

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

Bill Bates’ home, Los Angeles, CA, October, 1953

1501My Heart Stood StillFantasy 530, EP 4055, LP 3-210
Trolley Song (rehearsal)Fantasy 535, EP 4055, LP 3-210

* Fantasy LP 3-210   Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond – Jazz At The Blackhawk
= Fantasy LP 3298, LP 8081   Brubeck Desmond – Two Knights At The Blackhawk
= Fantasy F-24727, FCD-24727-2   Dave Brubeck/Paul Desmond
* Fantasy EP 4055   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Trolley Song
* Fantasy 530   Dave Brubeck – My Heart Stood Still / Trolley Song
* Fantasy 535   Dave Brubeck – Trolley Song / Trolley Song Rehearsal

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

San Francisco, CA, late 1953

1502Trolley SongFantasy 530, 535, 558, EP 4055, LP 3-210

* Fantasy LP 3-210   Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond – Jazz At The Blackhawk
= Fantasy LP 3298, LP 8081   Brubeck Desmond – Two Knights At The Blackhawk
= Fantasy F-24727, FCD-24727-2   Dave Brubeck/Paul Desmond
* Fantasy EP 4055   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Trolley Song
* Fantasy 530   Dave Brubeck – My Heart Stood Still / Trolley Song
* Fantasy 535   Dave Brubeck – Trolley Song / Trolley Song Rehearsal
* Fantasy 558   Dave Brubeck – Crazy Chris / Trolley Song

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Ron Crotty, bass; Joe Dodge, drums.

“College Of The Pacific”, Stockton, CA, December 14, 1953

26587All The Things You AreFantasy LP 3-13, LP 3-223, FCD-60-013
26588LauraFantasy EP 4055, LP 3-13, LP 3-223
26589Lullaby In RhythmFantasy EP 4054, LP 3-13, LP 3-223, FCD-60-013
26590I’ll Never Smile Again
26591I Remember YouFantasy LP 3-223, FCD-60-013
26592For All We KnowFantasy EP 4055, LP 3-13, LP 3-223, FCD-60-013

same session.

Crazy RhythmOriginal Jazz Classics OJCCD-1076-2
Let’s Fall In Love
Stardust
How High The Moon
The Way You Look Tonight
Love Walked In
Give A Little Whistle

* Fantasy LP 3-223, LP 8078; Original Jazz Classics OJC-047, OJCCD-047-2   Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz At The College Of The Pacific
= Atlantic SD 2-317   The Art Of Dave Brubeck – The Fantasy Years
* Fantasy FCD-60-013   The Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond – In Concert
* Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-1076-2   Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz At The College Of The Pacific, Volume 2
* Fantasy LP 3-13; Jazz Selection (F) JSLP 50022   Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz At The College Of The Pacific
* Fantasy EP 4055   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Trolley Song
* Fantasy EP 4054   The Dave Brubeck Quartet

1954

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Ron Crotty, bass; Joe Dodge, drums.

“Storyville Club”, Boston, MA, January 18, 1954

CO51849On The AlamoColumbia CL 590

* Columbia CL 590   Dave Brubeck At Storyville: 1954

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

“Storyville Club”, Boston, MA, January 24, 1954

CO51850Don’t Worry ‘Bout MeColumbia CL 590

* Columbia CL 590   Dave Brubeck At Storyville: 1954

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Bob Bates, bass; Joe Dodge, drums.

“Storyville Club”, Boston, MA, March 30, 1954

CO51581Gone With The WindColumbia CL 590
CO51582Back Bay Blues
Crazy ChrisFantasy EP 40??, LP 3-20, LP 3-240

* Columbia CL 590   Dave Brubeck At Storyville: 1954
* Fantasy LP 3-240, LP 8080   Brubeck Desmond – Jazz At Storyville
= Fantasy F-24727, FCD-24727-2   Dave Brubeck/Paul Desmond
* Fantasy LP 3-20   Paul And Dave – Jazz Interwoven
* Fantasy EP 40??   Dave Brubeck – Jazz Interwoven

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

“University Of California”, Berkeley, CA, March, 1954

StardustFantasy EP 40??, LP 3-20, LP 3-229
At A Perfume CounterFantasy EP 40??, LP 3-20, LP 3-230

* Fantasy LP 3-229, LP 8092   Brubeck Desmond
= America (F) 30 AM 6068   The Genius Of Dave Brubeck
= Fantasy F-24728, FCD-24728-2   The Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond – Stardust
* Fantasy LP 3-230, LP 8093   Dave Brubeck Quartet
= Fantasy F-24728, FCD-24728-2   The Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond – Stardust
* Fantasy LP 3-20   Paul And Dave – Jazz Interwoven
* Fantasy EP 40??   Dave Brubeck – Jazz Interwoven

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

“University Of Michigan”, Ann Arbor, MI, May, 1954

CO51322Balcony RockColumbia CL 566
CO51325Take The “A” Train
CO51326The Song Is You
CO51327Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me
CO51328I Want To Be Happy

* Columbia CL 566, CS 8631   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Goes To College

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

“University Of Cincinnati”, Cincinnati, OH, May, 1954

CO51323Out Of NowhereColumbia CL 566

* Columbia CL 566, CS 8631   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Goes To College

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

“Oberlin College”, Oberlin, OH, May, 1954

CO51324Le SoukColumbia CL 566

* Columbia CL 566, CS 8631   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Goes To College

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, July 22, 1954

HCO33177When You’re SmilingColumbia CL 590
HCO33179Here Lies Love

* Columbia CL 590   Dave Brubeck At Storyville: 1954

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

“Basin Street East”, NYC, October 12, 1954

CO52615Jeepers CreepersColumbia CL 622
CO52616Audrey
CO52617A Fine RomanceColumbia CL 622, CL 777
CO52619Sometimes I’m HappyColumbia CL 699
CO52620Indiana
CO52621Fare Thee Well, Annabelle
CO52622Love Walked In

* Columbia CL 622   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Brubeck Time
* Columbia CL 777   Various Artists – $64,000 Jazz
* Columbia CL 699, CS 8645   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz: Red Hot And Cool

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, October 13, 1954

CO49849Makin’ Timeunissued
CO52634Loverrejected
CO52635The Duke
CO52636Stompin’ For MiliColumbia CL 622

* Columbia CL 622   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Brubeck Time

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, October 14, 1954

CO52637Brother, Can You Spare A DimeColumbia CL 622
CO52638Why Do I Love You
CO52639Pennies From Heaven

* Columbia CL 622   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Brubeck Time

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, November 10, 1954

HCO33282Keepin’ Out Of Mischief NowColumbia CL 622

* Columbia CL 622   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Brubeck Time

1955

The Dave Brubeck Quartet + Chet Baker + Clifford Brown + Gerry Mulligan Guests

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Norman Bates, bass; Joe Dodge, drums; with Chet Baker, Clifford Brown, trumpet; Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax.

“Newport Jazz Festival”, Newport, RI, July 16, 1955

Tea For TwoPhilology (It) W 51

* Philology (It) W 51, W 51.2   Chet Baker Quartet Plus… – The Newport Years, Vol. 1

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Bob Bates, bass; Joe Dodge, drums.

NYC, August 8, 1955

CO52634LoverColumbia CL 699
CO52635The Duke
CO52743Little Girl Blue

* Columbia CL 699, CS 8645   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz: Red Hot And Cool

1956

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Norman Bates, bass; Joe Dodge, drums.

“Basin Street East”, NYC, February, 1956

The Duke (theme) / IntroductionJazz Band (E) EBCD 2102-2
Stardust
Gone With The Wind
Stompin’ For Mili
Out Of Nowhere (incomplete)
A Minor ThingJazz Band (E) EB 402
In Your Own Sweet Way
The Trolley Song
Introduction / Little Girl Blue
The Duke (theme)
Love Walked In
Here Lies Love
All The Things You Are

* Jazz Band (E) EB 402   Dave Brubeck – Live From Basin Street
* Jazz Band (E) EBCD 2102-2   Dave Brubeck Quartet Live In 1956-57 Featuring Paul Desmond

Dave Brubeck Solo

Dave Brubeck, piano.

NYC, March 12, 1956

CO55556When I Was YoungColumbia CL 878, CL 1020
CO55557I’m In A Dancing MoodColumbia CL 2484

* Columbia CL 878   Dave Brubeck – Brubeck Plays Brubeck
* Columbia CL 1020   Various Artists – Jazz Omnibus
* Columbia CL 2484, CS 9284   Dave Brubeck’s Greatest Hits

Dave Brubeck Solo

same personnel.

NYC, April 18 & 19, 1956

Swing BellsColumbia CL 878
Walkin’ Line
In Your Own Sweet Way
Two-Part Contention
Weep No More
The Duke
One Moment Worth Years
The Waltz

* Columbia CL 878   Dave Brubeck – Brubeck Plays Brubeck

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Norman Bates, bass; Joe Dodge, drums.

“Newport Jazz Festival”, Newport, RI, July 6, 1956

CO56788In Your Own Sweet WayColumbia CL 932
CO56789Two-Part Contention
Take The “A” Train
CO56790I’m In A Dancing Mood
The Duke (theme)unissued

* Columbia CL 932   Dave Brubeck And Jay & Kai – At Newport

The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Betty Roche

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Norman Bates, bass; Joe Dodge, drums; Bobby Troup, host.

KABC-TV, Stars Of Jazz #5. 1956-#5, July 23, 1956

The Trolley Song
In Your Own Sweet Way

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Norman Bates, bass; Joe Dodge, drums.

Stratford, ON, Canada, August 3, 1956

Pilgrim’s ProgressPlayboy PB 1957

* Playboy PB 1957   The Playboy Jazz All Stars, Vol. 1

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

radio broadcast, NYC, August 25, 1956

Two-Part ContentionOzone 14
One Moment Worth Years

* Ozone 14   Dave Brubeck, Leonard Bernstein – Dialogue For Jazz Combo & Orchestra: Rare Broadcast Performances

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Norman Bates, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, November 16, 1956

CO56745Yonder For TwoColumbia CL 984
CO56746Curtain Time
CO56747History Of A Boy Scout
CO56748Summer Song

* Columbia CL 984   Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Impressions Of The U.S.A.

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, November 26, 1956

CO57101Plain SongColumbia CL 984
CO57102Sounds Of The Loop
CO57103Ode To A Cowboy

* Columbia CL 984   Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Impressions Of The U.S.A.

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Norman Bates, bass; Joe Dodge, drums.

live in concert in Ontario, Canada, 1956

Shish KebabJoker (It) SM 3804
Fairy Day
Don’t Worry About Me
Lover Come Back To Me
Royal Garden Blues
Love Walked In
How High The Moon

* Joker (It) SM 3804   Dave Brubeck
= Blue Vox (Swi) B/90174   Dave Brubeck Feat. Paul Desmond – Live Together

1957

Dave Brubeck Solo

Dave Brubeck, piano.

Oakland, CA, February 4, 1957

CO57361Home At LastColumbia CL 984

* Columbia CL 984   Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Impressions Of The U.S.A.

Dave Brubeck Solo

same personnel.

Brubeck home, Oakland, CA, February 8, 1957

Sweet Georgia Brown (as Sweet Cleo Brown)Fantasy LP 3259
I’m Old Fashioned
Love Is Here To Stay
Indian Summer
In Search Of A Theme
You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To
I See Your Face Before Me
They Say It’s Wonderful
Imagination
Two Sleepy PeopleOriginal Jazz Classics OJCCD-716-2

* Fantasy LP 3259; Original Jazz Classics OJCCD-716-2   Dave Brubeck Plays And Plays And Plays…

Dave Brubeck Quintet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; David Van Kriedt, tenor sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Norman Bates, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

San Francisco, CA, February, 1957

The Placeunissued
StrollingFantasy LP 3268
Shouts
Prelude
Divertimento
Chorale
Leo’s Place
Darien Mode
Pieta

* Fantasy LP 3268, LP 8007; Original Jazz Classics OJC-150, OJCCD-150-2   Brubeck, Desmond, Van Kriedt – Re-Union
= Fantasy LP 8007 (alt.)   Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond, Dave Van Kriedt – Reunion

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Norman Bates, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

“The Blue Note”, Chicago, IL, March, 1957

The Duke (theme) / IntroductionJazz Band (E) EBCD 2102-2
I’m In A Dancing Mood
The Song Is For You

* Jazz Band (E) EBCD 2102-2   Dave Brubeck Quartet Live In 1956-57 Featuring Paul Desmond

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

“Fullerton Junior College”, Fullerton, Los Angeles, CA, May 1, 1957

HCO58211Bru’s BluesColumbia CL 1034
HCO58212These Foolish Things
HCO58213One Moment Worth Years

* Columbia CL 1034   Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Goes To Junior College

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

“Long Beach Junior College”, Long Beach, Los Angeles, CA, May 2, 1957

HCO40231St. Louis BluesColumbia CL 1034
HCO40234I’m Afraid The Masquerade Is Over

* Columbia CL 1034   Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Goes To Junior College

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, June 29, 1957

CO58214Alice In WonderlandColumbia CL 1059
CO58215Give A Little Whistle

* Columbia CL 1059, CS 8090   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Dave Digs Disney

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, June 30, 1957

CO58243Someday My Prince Will ComeColumbia CL 1059
CO58245One Songrejected

* Columbia CL 1059, CS 8090   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Dave Digs Disney

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, August 3, 1957

HCO40178One SongColumbia CL 1059
HCO40179Heigh-Ho
HCO40183When You Wish Upon A Star

* Columbia CL 1059, CS 8090   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Dave Digs Disney

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, October 24, 1957

Two Sleepy PeoplePlayboy PB 1958

* Playboy PB 1958   The Playboy Jazz All Stars, Vol. 2

1958

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

Copenhagen, Denmark, March 5, 1958

Wonderful CopenhagenColumbia CL 1168
My One Bad Habit Is Falling In Love
Tangerine
The Wright Groove
Like Someone In Love
Watusi Drums

* Columbia CL 1168, CS 8128   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – In Europe

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Joe Benjamin, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

“Newport Jazz Festival”, Newport, RI, July 3, 1958

Things Ain’t What They Used To BeColumbia CL 1249
Jump For Joy
Perdido
C Jam Blues

* Columbia CL 1249, CS 8082   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Newport 1958

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, July 25, 1958

CO61320NomadColumbia CL 1251
CO61324Marble March

* Columbia CL 1251, CS 8058   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Impressions Of Eurasia

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, July 28, 1958

CO61316The DukeColumbia CL 1249, CL 2484
CO61317Liberian Suite Dance No. 3Columbia CL 1249
CO61318Flamingo

* Columbia CL 1249, CS 8082   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Newport 1958
* Columbia CL 2484, CS 9284   Dave Brubeck’s Greatest Hits

The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Bobby Troup

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Joe Benjamin, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Bobby Troup, host.

KABC-TV, Stars Of Jazz #109. 1958-#31, August 4, 1958

St. Louis Blues
Someday My Prince Will Come
I’m In A Dancing Mood

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Joe Benjamin, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

Warsaw, Poland, August 23, 1958

CO61321Thank YouColumbia CL 1251
CO61322The Golden Horn
CO61323Brandenburg Gate
CO61325Calcutta Blues

* Columbia CL 1251, CS 8058   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Impressions Of Eurasia

1959

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, April 22, 1959

HCO46192Gone With The WindColumbia CL 1347
HCO46193Lonesome Road
HCO46194Swanee River
HCO46195Basin Street Blues
HCO46196Georgia On My Mind

* Columbia CL 1347, CS 8156   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Gone With The Wind
= Columbia CG 33666   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Gone With The Wind And Time Out

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, April 23, 1959

HCO46198Ol’ Man RiverColumbia CL 1347
HCO46213Camptown RacesColumbia CL 1347, CL 2484
HCO46213-?Camptown Races (alternate take)Columbia CG 33666
HCO46214Short’nin’ BreadColumbia CL 1347

* Columbia CL 1347, CS 8156   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Gone With The Wind
= Columbia CG 33666   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Gone With The Wind And Time Out
* Columbia CL 2484, CS 9284   Dave Brubeck’s Greatest Hits

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, June 25, 1959

CO62555Kathy’s WaltzColumbia CL 1397
CO62556Three To Get Ready
CO62558Everybody’s Jumpin’

* Columbia CL 1397, CS 8192   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Time Out
= Columbia CG 33666   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Gone With The Wind And Time Out

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, July 1, 1959

CO62578Take FiveColumbia CL 1397, CL 2484
CO62580Strange MeadowlarkColumbia CL 1397

* Columbia CL 1397, CS 8192   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Time Out
= Columbia CG 33666   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Gone With The Wind And Time Out
* Columbia CL 2484, CS 9284   Dave Brubeck’s Greatest Hits

The Real Ambassadors

Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocals; Trummy Young, trombone, vocals; Joe Darensbourg, clarinet; Dave Brubeck, Billy Kyle, piano; Irving Manning, Gene Wright, bass; Danny Barcelona, Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, July 2, 1959

CO62590King For A DayColumbia OL 5850

* Columbia OL 5850, OS 2250; Columbia/Legacy CK 57663   Dave Brubeck, Iola Brubeck – The Real Ambassadors

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

“Newport Jazz Festival”, Newport, RI, July 5, 1959

Gone With The WindMoon (It) MLP 028-1
Lonesome Road
Blues
Blue Rondo A La Turk

* Moon (It) MLP 028-1, MCD 028-2   Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond – St. Louis Blues

Dave Brubeck Quartet

Bill Smith, clarinet; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, August 12, 1959

CO62736Hey, Ho, Anybody HomeColumbia CL 1454
CO62737The Twig
CO62738Blue Ground
CO62739Offshoot
CO62740Swingin’ Round
CO62741Quiet Mood
CO62742The Riddle

* Columbia CL 1454, CS 8248   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – The Riddle

Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, August 13, 1959

CO62743Yet We Shall Be MerryColumbia CL 1454

* Columbia CL 1454, CS 8248   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – The Riddle

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, August 18, 1959

CO62752Blue Rondo A La TurkColumbia CL 1397, CL 1610, CL 2484
CO62753Pick Up SticksColumbia CL 1397

* Columbia CL 1397, CS 8192   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Time Out
= Columbia CG 33666   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Gone With The Wind And Time Out
* Columbia CL 1610, CS 8410   Various Artists – Jazz Poll Winners
* Columbia CL 2484, CS 9284   Dave Brubeck’s Greatest Hits

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, September 10, 1959

CO62968At The Darktown Strutters’ BallColumbia CL 1439
CO62970When It’s Sleepy Time Down South
CO62973Nobody Knows The Trouble I’ve Seen

* Columbia CL 1439, CS 8235   Dave Brubeck Quartet, Trio And Duo – Southern Scene

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, September 11, 1959

CO62972Southern SceneColumbia CL 1439
CO62975Little Rock Getaway
CO62976Darling Nellie Gray

* Columbia CL 1439, CS 8235   Dave Brubeck Quartet, Trio And Duo – Southern Scene

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

Los Angeles, CA, October 29, 1959

HCO46373Oh, SusannaColumbia CL 1439
HCO46374Deep In The Heart Of Texas
HCO46375I Dream Of Jeannie
HCO46376Happy Times

* Columbia CL 1439, CS 8235   Dave Brubeck Quartet, Trio And Duo – Southern Scene

The Dave Brubeck Quartet With The New York Philharmonic, Conductor Leonard Bernstein

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein, conductor.

live in NYC, December 10-13, 1959

Dialogues For Jazz Combo And Orchestra: Allegro / Andante-Ballad / Adagio-Ballad / Allegro-BluesOzone 14

* Ozone 14   Dave Brubeck, Leonard Bernstein – Dialogue For Jazz Combo & Orchestra: Rare Broadcast Performances

1960 (age 40)

The Dave Brubeck Quartet With Jimmy Rushing

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Jimmy Rushing, vocals.

NYC, January 29, 1960

There’ll Be Some Changes MadeColumbia CL 1553
Blues In The Dark
Am I Blue
Blues In The DarkColumbia C 30522
Take Me Back Babyunissued

* Columbia CL 1553, CS 8353   The Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Jimmy Rushing – Brubeck & Rushing
* Columbia C 30522   Dave Brubeck – Summit Sessions

The Dave Brubeck Quartet With The New York Philharmonic, Conductor Leonard Bernstein

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein, conductor.

“Carnegie Hall”, NYC, January 30, 1960

Allegro BluesColumbia C 30522
Dialogues For Jazz Combo And Orchestra: Allegro / Andante-Ballad / Adagio-Ballad / Allegro-BluesColumbia CL 1466

* Columbia C 30522   Dave Brubeck – Summit Sessions
* Columbia CL 1466, CS 8257   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Bernstein Plays Brubeck Plays Bernstein

Dave Brubeck Trio

Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, January 31, 1960

Zen Is WhenColumbia CL 2212

* Columbia CL 2212, CS 9012   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Impressions Of Japan

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, February 14, 1960

CO64115TonightColumbia CL 1466
CO64116I Feel Pretty
CO64117Maria
CO64118Somewhere

* Columbia CL 1466, CS 8257   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Bernstein Plays Brubeck Plays Bernstein

The Dave Brubeck Quartet With Jimmy Rushing

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Jimmy Rushing, vocals.

NYC, February 16, 1960

My Melancholy BabyColumbia CL 1553
You Can Depend On Me

* Columbia CL 1553, CS 8353   The Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Jimmy Rushing – Brubeck & Rushing

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, February 17, 1960

CO64543A Quiet GirlColumbia CL 1466

* Columbia CL 1466, CS 8257   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Bernstein Plays Brubeck Plays Bernstein

Dave Brubeck Quartet

Bill Smith, clarinet; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, May, 1960

Dorian DanceFantasy LP 3301
Peace, Brother
Invention
Lydian Line
Catch-Me-If-You-Can (aka Chilame)
Frisco Fog
1934The Piper
1935Soliloquy
One For The Kids
Ballade

* Fantasy LP 3301, LP 8047; Original Jazz Classics OJC-200, OJCCD-200-2   Brubeck A La Mode

The Dave Brubeck Quartet With Jimmy Rushing

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Jimmy Rushing, vocals.

NYC, August 4, 1960

I Never KnewColumbia CL 1553
Ain’t Misbehavin’
Evenin’
All By Myself
River, Stay ‘Way From My Door

* Columbia CL 1553, CS 8353   The Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Jimmy Rushing – Brubeck & Rushing

The Dave Brubeck Quartet With Carmen McRae

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Carmen McRae, vocals.

NYC, September 9, 1960

CO65315Weep No MoreColumbia CL 1609
CO65316Briar Bush
CO65317Paradiddle Joe
CO65318Strange Meadowlark

* Columbia CL 1609, CS 8409   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Guest Star Carmen McRae – Tonight Only!

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, December 14, 1960

CO65711MelancthaColumbia CL 1609
Tristesse

* Columbia CL 1609, CS 8409   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Guest Star Carmen McRae – Tonight Only!

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, December 15, 1960

CO65709Late LamentColumbia CL 1609
CO65710Tonight Only
CO65712Talkin’ And Walkin’

* Columbia CL 1609, CS 8409   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Guest Star Carmen McRae – Tonight Only!

1961

Dave Brubeck – Bill Smith Quartet

Bill Smith, clarinet; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, March 20, 1961

The UnihornFantasy LP 3319
Bach An’ All
Siren Song
Pan’s Pipes
By Jupiter
Baggin’ The Dragon
Apollo’s Axe
The Sailor And The Mermaid
Nep-Tune
Pan Dance

* Fantasy LP 3319, LP 8063; Original Jazz Classics OJC-236, OJCCD-236-2   Brubeck-Smith – Near-Myth

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

live in Paris, France, circa spring 1961

Cassandra (mistitled as Castillian Drums)Curcio (It) GJ-40
Three To Get Ready
St. Louis Blues
Forty Days
Softly William, Softly (mistitled as Summer Song)
Someday My Prince Will Come

* Curcio (It) GJ-40   Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond, Joe Morello, Gene Wright – I Giganti Del Jazz, Vol. 40
= Europa Jazz (It) EJ-1032   Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond, Joe Morello, Gene Wright – Europa Jazz
= LRC Ltd. (J) YX-7362-SL, (J) 33C38-7681, (US) CDC 7681   Dave Brubeck – The Quartet

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, May 3, 1961

CO66978Castilian BluesColumbia CL 1775
CO66979Castilian Drums
CO66980It’s A Raggy WaltzColumbia CL 1690, CL 2484
CO68597Waltz LimpColumbia CL 1775
Waltz Limp (short version)Columbia CL 1970

* Columbia CL 1775, CS 8575   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Countdown Time In Outer Space
* Columbia CL 1690, CS 8490   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Time Further Out
* Columbia CL 2484, CS 9284   Dave Brubeck’s Greatest Hits
* Columbia CL 1970, CS 8770   Various Artists – The Giants Of Jazz

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, May 15, 1961

CO67013Blue Shadows In The StreetColumbia CL 1690

* Columbia CL 1690, CS 8490   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Time Further Out

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, May 25, 1961

CO67148Charles Matthew HallelujahColumbia CL 1690
CO67149Eleven FourColumbia CL 1775
CO67150BluetteColumbia CL 1690

* Columbia CL 1690, CS 8490   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Time Further Out
* Columbia CL 1775, CS 8575   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Countdown Time In Outer Space

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax #1-3; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, June 2, 1961

1. CO66981Far More BlueColumbia CL 1690
2. CO66982Three’s A CrowdColumbia CL 1775
3. CO66983Maori Bluesrejected
4. CO66984Bru’s Boogie WoogieColumbia CL 1690

* Columbia CL 1690, CS 8490   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Time Further Out
* Columbia CL 1775, CS 8575   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Countdown Time In Outer Space

Dave Brubeck Trio

Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, June 8, 1961

CO66983Maori BluesColumbia CL 1690
CO67195Unsquare DanceColumbia CL 1690, CL 2484
CO67537Far More DrumsColumbia CL 1690

* Columbia CL 1690, CS 8490   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Time Further Out
* Columbia CL 2484, CS 9284   Dave Brubeck’s Greatest Hits

Dave Brubeck Trio With Carmen McRae

Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Carmen McRae, vocals.

NYC, June 21, 1961

CO67245There’ll Be No TomorrowColumbia CL 1678

* Columbia CL 1678, CS 8478   Gold & Fizdale Play Dave Brubeck’s Jazz Ballet – Points On Jazz

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, June 28, 1961

CO67518Why PhyllisColumbia CL 1775
CO67595Danse Duet
Fast Life

* Columbia CL 1775, CS 8575   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Countdown Time In Outer Space

Dave Brubeck And Charles Mingus

Dave Brubeck, piano; Charles Mingus, bass.

London, England, July 3, 1961

Non-Sectarian BluesColumbia C 30522

* Columbia C 30522   Dave Brubeck – Summit Sessions

Dave Brubeck Quintet

Bert Courtly, trumpet; Johnny Scott, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Kenny Napper, bass; Allan Ganley, drums.

soundtrack, London, England, July 3, 1961

24818It’s A Raggy WaltzFontana (E) TFL 5179
24819Blue Shadows In The Street

* Fontana (E) TFL 5179, (E) STFL 591, (Eu) 680 971 TL; Epic LA 16032, BA 17032   Various Artists – Music From The Soundtrack ‘All Night Long’

The Dave Brubeck Quartet With Large Orchestra

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Max Pollikoff, concertmaster; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; unidentified large orchestra, Howard Brubeck, arranger, conductor.

NYC, August 21, 1961

CO67947Kathy’s Waltzrejected
CO67948Summer SongColumbia CL 1963
CO67949G Flat Theme

* Columbia CL 1963, CS 8763   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Brandenburg Gate: Revisited

The Dave Brubeck Quartet With Large Orchestra

same personnel.

NYC, August 22, 1961

CO67947Kathy’s WaltzColumbia CL 1963
CO67950In Your Own Sweet WayColumbia CL 1963, CL 1765, CL 2484
Brandenburg GateColumbia CL 1963

* Columbia CL 1963, CS 8763   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Brandenburg Gate: Revisited
* Columbia CL 1765, CS 8565   Various Artists – Who’s Who In The Swinging Sixties
* Columbia CL 2484, CS 9284   Dave Brubeck’s Greatest Hits

Dave Brubeck Trio With Carmen McRae

Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Carmen McRae, vocals.

“Basin Street East”, NYC, September 6, 1961

CO85796When I Was YoungColumbia CL 2316
CO85797In Your Own Sweet Way
CO85798Too Young For Growing Old
CO85799Ode To A Cowboy
CO85800There’ll Be No Tomorrow
CO85801Melanctha
CO85802It’s A Raggy WaltzColumbia 4-43279, CL 2316
CO85804Oh, So BlueColumbia CL 2316
CO85805Lord, Lord
CO85806Travelin’ BluesColumbia 4-43279, CL 2316
Columbia C 30522

* Columbia CL 2316, CS 9116   Carmen McRae With Dave Brubeck – Take Five: Recorded Live At Basin Street East
* Columbia C 30522   Dave Brubeck – Summit Sessions
* Columbia 4-43279   Carmen McRae – Travelin’ Blues / It’s A Raggy Waltz

The Real Ambassadors

Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Louis Armstrong, Lambert, Hendricks And Ross, vocals.

NYC, September 12, 1961

CO67988Everybody’s Comin’Columbia OL 5850
CO68176The Real Ambassadors
CO67987They Say I Look Like God

Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Lambert, Hendricks And Ross, vocals.

Blow Satchmo

Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocals; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Howard Brubeck, tubular bells; Lambert, Hendricks And Ross, vocals.

CO68175Swing Bells / Blow Satchmo / Finale

* Columbia OL 5850, OS 2250; Columbia/Legacy CK 57663   Dave Brubeck, Iola Brubeck – The Real Ambassadors

The Real Ambassadors

Dave Brubeck, Billy Kyle, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Louis Armstrong, vocals.

NYC, September 13, 1961

CO67991Summer SongColumbia 4-43032, OL 5850, C 30522

Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Louis Armstrong, Carmen McRae, vocals.

CO68178One Moment Worth YearsColumbia OL 5850
CO67989I Didn’t Know Until You Told Me

Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocals; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Carmen McRae, vocals.

CO68177You Swing Baby (The Duke)Columbia FC 38508; Columbia/Legacy CK 57663

* Columbia OL 5850, OS 2250; Columbia/Legacy CK 57663   Dave Brubeck, Iola Brubeck – The Real Ambassadors
* Columbia C 30522   Dave Brubeck – Summit Sessions
* Columbia FC 38508   Various Artists – Singin’ Till The Girls Come Home-Various Artists – Vocalists
* Columbia 4-43032; CBS (E) AAG 201   Louis Armstrong, Dave Brubeck – Summer Song / Nomad

The Real Ambassadors

Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocals; Trummy Young, trombone, vocals; Joe Darensbourg, clarinet; Dave Brubeck, Billy Kyle, piano; Irving Manning, Gene Wright, bass; Danny Barcelona, Joe Morello, drums; Lambert, Hendricks And Ross, vocals.

NYC, September 19, 1961

CO68008Cultural ExchangeColumbia OL 5850

Louis Armstrong, trumpet; Trummy Young, trombone; Joe Darensbourg, clarinet; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Carmen McRae, vocals.

Good Reviews (alternate take)Columbia FC 38508
CO67990Good ReviewsColumbia OL 5850

Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocals; Trummy Young, trombone, vocals; Joe Darensbourg, clarinet; Dave Brubeck, Billy Kyle, piano; Irving Manning, Gene Wright, bass; Danny Barcelona, Joe Morello, drums.

CO68009Remember Who You Are
CO68006Since Love Had Its WayColumbia OL 5850, CL 1765

Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocals; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass.

CO68010LonesomeColumbia C 30522; Columbia/Legacy CK 57663

Louis Armstrong, trumpet, vocals; Joe Darensbourg, clarinet; Dave Brubeck, Billy Kyle, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

CO68007NomadColumbia 4-43032; Columbia/Legacy CK 57663

* Columbia OL 5850, OS 2250; Columbia/Legacy CK 57663   Dave Brubeck, Iola Brubeck – The Real Ambassadors
* Columbia FC 38508   Various Artists – Singin’ Till The Girls Come Home-Various Artists – Vocalists
* Columbia CL 1765, CS 8565   Various Artists – Who’s Who In The Swinging Sixties
* Columbia C 30522   Dave Brubeck – Summit Sessions
* Columbia 4-43032; CBS (E) AAG 201   Louis Armstrong, Dave Brubeck – Summer Song / Nomad

The Real Ambassadors

Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Carmen McRae, vocals.

NYC, September 20, 1961

Summer Song (alternate take)Columbia/Legacy CK 57663
CO69149Easy As You Go (alternate take)

* Columbia/Legacy CK 57663   Dave Brubeck, Iola Brubeck – The Real Ambassadors

The Dave Brubeck Quartet With Carmen McRae

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Carmen McRae, vocals.

NYC, December 15, 1961

CO68565Take FiveColumbia 4-42292, CL 2316

* Columbia CL 2316, CS 9116   Carmen McRae With Dave Brubeck – Take Five: Recorded Live At Basin Street East
* Columbia 4-42292   Carmen McRae – Take Five / Easy As You Go

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, December 16, 1961

CO69504Back To EarthColumbia CL 1775

* Columbia CL 1775, CS 8575   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Countdown Time In Outer Space

The Real Ambassadors

Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Carmen McRae, vocals.

NYC, December 19, 1961

CO68799My One Bad HabitColumbia OL 5850
CO68797In The Lurch
CO68691Easy As You GoColumbia 4-42292, CL 2316

* Columbia OL 5850, OS 2250; Columbia/Legacy CK 57663   Dave Brubeck, Iola Brubeck – The Real Ambassadors
* Columbia CL 2316, CS 9116   Carmen McRae With Dave Brubeck – Take Five: Recorded Live At Basin Street East
* Columbia 4-42292   Carmen McRae – Take Five / Easy As You Go

1962

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, January 3, 1962

Vento FrescoColumbia CL 1998
Coracao Sensival
Irnao Amigo
Cantiga Nova Swing
Lamento

* Columbia CL 1998, CS 8798   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Bossa Nova U.S.A.

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, January 12, 1962

CO68766Someday My Prince Will ComeColumbia CL 1775

* Columbia CL 1775, CS 8575   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Countdown Time In Outer Space

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Ralph Gleason, interviewer.

KQED TV Studio, San Francisco, CA, January 14, 1962

St. Louis BluesMoon (It) MLP 028-1
Nomad
Thank You
Brandenburg Gate
Ralph Gleason interviews Dave Brubeck and some of Brubeck’s considerations on classical music and jazz

* Moon (It) MLP 028-1, MCD 028-2   Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond – St. Louis Blues

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, February 12, 1962

CO68598CountdownColumbia CL 1775

* Columbia CL 1775, CS 8575   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Countdown Time In Outer Space

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, July 2, 1962

CO75595Angel EyesColumbia CL 2348
CO75596The Night We Called It A Day
CO75597Will You Still Be Mine

* Columbia CL 2348, CS 9148   Dave Brubeck Quartet – Angel Eyes

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, July 5, 1962

The Trolley SongColumbia CL 1998, CL 2484
This Can’t Be LoveColumbia CL 1998

* Columbia CL 1998, CS 8798   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Bossa Nova U.S.A.
* Columbia CL 2484, CS 9284   Dave Brubeck’s Greatest Hits

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, July 12, 1962

Theme For JuneColumbia CL 1998
There’ll Be No Tomorrow
The Most Beutiful Girl In The WorldColumbia CL 2437

* Columbia CL 1998, CS 8798   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Bossa Nova U.S.A.
* Columbia CL 2437, CS 9237   Dave Brubeck Quartet – My Favorite Things

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, July 19, 1962

Why Can’t IColumbia CL 2437
Circus On Parade

* Columbia CL 2437, CS 9237   Dave Brubeck Quartet – My Favorite Things

The Dave Brubeck Quartet With Tony Bennett

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Tony Bennett, vocals.

“White House”, Washington, DC, August 28, 1962

That Old Black MagicColumbia C 30522

* Columbia C 30522   Dave Brubeck – Summit Sessions

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, October 25, 1962

CO76868Bossa Nova U.S.A.Columbia CL 1998, CL 2484
Santa Claus Is Comin’ To TownColumbia CL 1893
Over And Over AgainColumbia CL 2437
Little Girl Blue

* Columbia CL 1998, CS 8798   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Bossa Nova U.S.A.
* Columbia CL 2484, CS 9284   Dave Brubeck’s Greatest Hits
* Columbia CL 1893, CS 8693, PC 36803   Various Artists – Jingle Bell Jazz
* Columbia CL 2437, CS 9237   Dave Brubeck Quartet – My Favorite Things

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

“Concertgebouw”, Amsterdam, Netherlands, December 3, 1962

Since Love Had Its WayColumbia CS 9897
The Real Ambassadors
Dizzy Ditty
Good Reviews
King For A Day
They Say I Look Like God
Cultural Exchange
Brandenburg Gate

* Columbia CS 9897   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Brubeck In Amsterdam

1963

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

“Carnegie Hall”, NYC, February 22, 1963

St. Louis BluesColumbia CL 2036
Bossa Nova U.S.A.
For All We Know
Pennies From Heaven
Southern Scene
Three To Get Ready

same session.

Eleven FourColumbia CL 2037
King For A Day
Castilian Drums, Part 1 & 2
It’s A Raggy Waltz
Blue Rondo A La Turk
Take Five

* Columbia CL 2036, C2L 26, C2S 826   The Dave Brubeck Quartet At Carnegie Hall
* Columbia CL 2037, C2L 26, C2S 826   The Dave Brubeck Quartet At Carnegie Hall

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, October 15, 1963

CO79292Cable CarColumbia CL 2127

* Columbia CL 2127, CS 8927   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Time Changes

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, November 20, 1963

CO79951World’s FairColumbia CL 2127

* Columbia CL 2127, CS 8927   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Time Changes

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax #2,3; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, December 3, 1963

1. CO79938IberiaColumbia CL 2127
2. CO79939Unisphere
3. CO79940Shim Wa

* Columbia CL 2127, CS 8927   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Time Changes

The Dave Brubeck Quartet With Large Orchestra

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; unidentified large orchestra, Rayburn Wright, conductor.

NYC, December 12, 1963

CO81411Elementals IColumbia CL 2127

* Columbia CL 2127, CS 8927   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Time Changes

1964

The Dave Brubeck Quartet With Large Orchestra

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; unidentified large orchestra, Rayburn Wright, conductor.

NYC, January 8, 1964

CO81411Elementals IIColumbia CL 2127

* Columbia CL 2127, CS 8927   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Time Changes

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, June 16 & 17, 1964

CO82307Koto SongColumbia CL 2212
CO82308Osaka Blues
CO82309Tokyo Traffic
CO82310Fujiyama
CO82311Toki’s Theme
CO82312The City Is Crying
CO82313Rising Sun

* Columbia CL 2212, CS 9012   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Impressions Of Japan

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, June 18, 1964

CO83317Winter BalladColumbia CL 2275

* Columbia CL 2275, CS 9075; Columbia/Legacy CK 46189   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Impressions Of New York

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, June 24, 1964

CO82329Lonely Mr. BroadwayColumbia CL 2275

* Columbia CL 2275, CS 9075; Columbia/Legacy CK 46189   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Impressions Of New York

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax #1,2, marimba #3; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Teo Macero, claves #3; Howard Brubeck, John Lee, percussion #3.

NYC, June 25, 1964

1. CO82337Something To Sing AboutColumbia/Legacy CK 46189
2. CO82338Broadway Bossa NovaColumbia CL 2275
3. CO82339Upstage Rumba

* Columbia CL 2275, CS 9075; Columbia/Legacy CK 46189   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Impressions Of New York

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Eugene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

Chicago, IL, June, 1964

The Old Folks At Home (Swanee River)Jazz Connoisseur (Israeli) JC 003
In Your Own Sweet Way
Osaka Blues
Koto Song
You Go To My Head (as You Go To My Heard)
Cable Car

* Jazz Connoisseur (Israeli) JC 003   Dave Brubeck Quartet – In Concert 1964

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, July 15, 1964

CO83551Theme From Mr. BroadwayColumbia CL 2275, CL 2484
CO83552Autumn In Washington SquareColumbia CL 2275

* Columbia CL 2275, CS 9075; Columbia/Legacy CK 46189   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Impressions Of New York
* Columbia CL 2484, CS 9284   Dave Brubeck’s Greatest Hits

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, August 11, 1964

CO83575Spring In Central ParkColumbia CL 2275
CO83576Sixth Sense

* Columbia CL 2275, CS 9075; Columbia/Legacy CK 46189   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Impressions Of New York

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, August 19, 1964

CO83589Summer On The SoundColumbia CL 2275

* Columbia CL 2275, CS 9075; Columbia/Legacy CK 46189   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Impressions Of New York

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, August 21, 1964

CO83596Broadway RomanceColumbia CL 2275

* Columbia CL 2275, CS 9075; Columbia/Legacy CK 46189   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Impressions Of New York

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

“Berlin Philharmonie”, Berlin, West Germany, September 26 & 27, 1964

St. Louis BluesCBS (G) 62578
Koto Song
Take The “A” Train
Take Five

* CBS (G) 62578   Dave Brubeck In Berlin

1965

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, February 15, 1965

CO85420Violets For Your EyesColumbia CL 2348
CO85513Little Man With A Candy Cigar
CO85546Let’s Get Away From It All
CO85547Everything Happens To Me

* Columbia CL 2348, CS 9148   Dave Brubeck Quartet – Angel Eyes

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

“Stratford Music Festival”, Stratford, ON, Canada, August 22, 1965

St. Louis BluesCan-Am (Canadian) 1500
Take The “A” Train
Cultural Exchange
Tangerine
Someday My Prince Will Come
These Foolish Things
Koto Song
Take Five (incomplete)

* Can-Am (Canadian) 1500   The Canadian Concert Of Dave Brubeck

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, September 20, 1965

CO86589LonesomeColumbia CL 2512
CO86590Cassandra

* Columbia CL 2512, CS 9312   Dave Brubeck – Time In

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax #2; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, September 22, 1965

1.My Favorite ThingsColumbia CL 2437
2.This Can’t Be Love

* Columbia CL 2437, CS 9237   Dave Brubeck Quartet – My Favorite Things

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax #1-4,6; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; unknown, tambourine #1.

NYC, October 13, 1965

1. CO86584He Done Her WrongColumbia CL 2512
2. CO86585Forty Days
3. CO86586Softly, William, Softly
4. CO86587Lost Waltz
5. CO86613Time In
6. CO86616Travelin’ Blues

* Columbia CL 2512, CS 9312   Dave Brubeck – Time In

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, December 8, 1965

CO87360Anything GoesColumbia CL 2602
CO87361All Through The Night
CO87363Night And Day
CO87364What Is This Thing Called Love

* Columbia CL 2602, CS 9402   The Dave Brubeck Quartet Plays Cole Porter – Anything Goes!

1966

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

NYC, January 26, 1966

CO89000Love For SaleColumbia CL 2602

* Columbia CL 2602, CS 9402   The Dave Brubeck Quartet Plays Cole Porter – Anything Goes!

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

NYC, February 17, 1966

CO89061I Get A Kick Out Of YouColumbia CL 2602
CO89062Just One Of Those Things
CO89063You’re The Top

* Columbia CL 2602, CS 9402   The Dave Brubeck Quartet Plays Cole Porter – Anything Goes!

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax #1,2,4,5,8; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

“Tropicana Hotel”, Las Vegas, NV, June 14 & 15, 1966

1. CO88021Who’s AfraidColumbia CL 2712
2. CO93815Ace In The Hole
3. CO93817Jackpot
4. CO93818Out Of Nowhere
5. CO93819You Go To My Head
6. CO93821Chicago
7. CO93822Rude Old Man
8. CO93904Win A Few, Lose A Few

* Columbia CL 2712, CS 9512   Dave Brubeck – Jackpot

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

live in Karlsruhe, West Germany, circa November, 1966

Koto SongColumbia C 30522

* Columbia C 30522   Dave Brubeck – Summit Sessions

1967

Dave Brubeck With Thelonious Monk Quartet

Dave Brubeck, Thelonious Monk, piano; Larry Gales, bass; Ben Riley, drums.

“Puebla Arts Festival”, “Auditoria De La Reforma”, Puebla, Mexico, May 12, 1967

C Jam BluesColumbia C 30522

* Columbia C 30522   Dave Brubeck – Summit Sessions

The Dave Brubeck Quartet + 2

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Benjamin “Chamin” Correa, guitar; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Salvador “Rabito” Agueros, bongos, congas.

“Jazz Festival”, Puebla & Mexico City, Mexico, May 12, 13 & 14, 1967

CO93275Cielito LindoColumbia CL 2695
CO93276FrenesiColumbia/Legacy CK 65723
CO93277Alla En El Rancho GrandeColumbia CL 2695
CO93278Poinciana
CO93279Besame Mucho
CO93280Estrellita
CO93281Sobre Las Olas
CO93282Nostalgia De Mexico
CO93283La Bamba
CO93284La Paloma Azul

* Columbia CL 2695, CS 9495; Columbia/Legacy CK 65723   Bravo! Brubeck!

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

“Jazz Festival”, Puebla & Mexico City, Mexico, May 12, 13 & 14, 1967

IntroductionColumbia/Legacy CK 65777
Mr. Broadway
Koto Song
Sweet Georgia Brown
Forty Days
You Go To My Head
Take Five
St. Louis Blues

* Columbia/Legacy CK 65777   Dave Brubeck – Buried Treasures

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

live in Juan-les-Pins, Antibes, France, July 22, 1967

One MomentJazz Music Yesterday (It) JMY 1001-2
Mexican Folk Song
Blues For Joe
Take Five
Take The “A” Train

* Jazz Music Yesterday (It) JMY 1001-2   Dave Brubeck – Take Five Live

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Eugene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

“Kurhaus”, Scheveningen, Netherlands, October 24, 1967

Three To Get ReadyFondamenta (F) FON-1704025
La Paloma Azul
Cielito Lindo
Swanee River
Forty Days
Blues For Joe
Rude Old Man
Take Five
Someday My Prince Will Come

* Fondamenta (F) FON-1704025, FON-1704025   Dave Brubeck Quartet – Live At The Kurhaus 1967: The Lost Recordings

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

“Salle Pleyel”, Paris, France, November 13, 1967

Swanee RiverColumbia CS 9672
These Foolish Things
Forty Days
One Moment Worth Years
La Paloma Azul
Three To Get Ready
Gone With The Wind

* Columbia CS 9672   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – The Last Time We Saw Paris

Dave Brubeck With Palghat Raghu

Dave Brubeck, piano; Palghat Raghu, mridangam; Danny Brubeck, finger cymbals.

Fairfield, CT, 1967

Raga Theme For RaghuColumbia C 30522

* Columbia C 30522   Dave Brubeck – Summit Sessions

Dave Brubeck Trio With Crofut And Addis

Dave Brubeck, piano; Steve Addiss, banjo, vocals; Bill Crofut, guitar, vocals; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

Fairfield, CT, 1967

Men Of OldColumbia C 30522

* Columbia C 30522   Dave Brubeck – Summit Sessions

Dave Brubeck With Darius Brubeck

Dave Brubeck, piano; Darius Brubeck, piano, gottuvadyam; and others.

probably late 1960s

Our Time Of PartingColumbia C 30522

* Columbia C 30522   Dave Brubeck – Summit Sessions

Dave Brubeck With Peter, Paul And Mary

Dave Brubeck, piano; unknown, bass; unknown, drums; Mary Travers, vocals; Noel Paul Stookey, Peter Yarrow, vocals, guitar.

probably late 1960s

Because All Men Are BrothersColumbia C 30522

* Columbia C 30522   Dave Brubeck – Summit Sessions

1968

Dave Brubeck Trio Featuring Gerry Mulligan

Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Six, bass; Alan Dawson, drums.

“National Auditorium”, Mexico City, Mexico, May 23-25, 1968

Jumping BeanColumbia CS 9704
Adios, Mariquita Linda
Indian Song
Tender Woman
Amapola
Lullaby De Mexico
Sapito
Recuerdo
Theme For JobimColumbia C 30522

* Columbia CS 9704   The Dave Brubeck Trio Featuring Gerry Mulligan – Compadres
* Columbia C 30522   Dave Brubeck – Summit Sessions

Dave Brubeck Trio Featuring Gerry Mulligan

same personnel.

NYC, October 4, 1968

Limehouse BluesColumbia CS 9749
Broke Blues
Things Ain’t What They Used To Be
Blues Roots

* Columbia CS 9749   The Dave Brubeck Trio Featuring Gerry Mulligan – Blues Roots

Dave Brubeck Trio Featuring Gerry Mulligan

Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax; Dave Brubeck, piano, electric piano; Jack Six, bass, Fender bass; Alan Dawson, drums.

NYC, December 13, 1968

JourneyColumbia CS 9749
Cross Ties
Movin’ Out

* Columbia CS 9749   The Dave Brubeck Trio Featuring Gerry Mulligan – Blues Roots

1969

Dave Brubeck Trio With Cincinnati Brass Ensemble

Dave Brubeck, piano, combo organ; Robert Delcamp, organ; Jack Six, bass; Alan Dawson, drums; Cantor Harold Orbach, tenor voice; McHenry Boatwright, bass baritone voice; The Westminster Choir, The Cincinnati Brass Ensemble, Erich Kunzel, conductor.

“Music Hall”, Cincinnati, OH, circa 1969

Lord, The Heaven Of HeavensDecca DL 710175; MCA (G) MACS 3477
Oh, Come Let Us Sing
Open The Gates
Except The Lord Build The House
Lord, Lord
Ye Shall Be Holy
Shout Unto The Lord
When I Behold Thy Heavens
(How) Glorious Is Thy Name
The Lord Is Good
His Truth Is A Shield
Oh, Come Let Us Sing A New Song

* Decca DL 710175   Dave Brubeck – The Gates Of Justice
* MCA (G) MACS 3477   Dave Brubeck – The Gates Of Justice

1970 (age 50)

Dave Brubeck Quartet With Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Six, bass; Alan Dawson, drums; Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Erich Kunzel, conductor.

“Music Hall”, Cincinnati, OH, May 26, 1970

Happy AnniversaryDecca DL 710181; MCA (It) MACS 4954; MCA Classics MCAD-42347
The Duke
Blessed Are The Poor
Forty Days
Elementals

* Decca DL 710181   Dave Brubeck, Gerry Mulligan – Brubeck Mulligan Cincinnati
* MCA (It) MACS 4954   Dave Brubeck, Gerry Mulligan – Brubeck Mulligan Cincinnati
* MCA Classics MCAD-42347   Dave Brubeck, Gerry Mulligan – Brubeck Mulligan Cincinnati

Dave Brubeck Trio Featuring Gerry Mulligan

Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Six, bass; Alan Dawson, drums.

“Berlin Philharmonie”, Berlin, West Germany, November 7, 1970

Out Of NowhereColumbia/Legacy C2K 64820
Mexican Jumping Bean
Blessed Are The Poor (as The Sermon On The Mount)CBS (Eu) S 67261; Columbia KC 32143
Things Ain’t What They Used To Be
Out Of The Way Of The PeopleCBS (Eu) S 67261

same session.

The Duke
New Orleans
Indian SongCBS (Eu) S 67261; Columbia KC 32143
Limehouse Blues
St. Louis BluesCBS (Eu) S 67261
Basin Street Blues
Take Five
Lullaby De Mexico (Lullaby Of Mexico)CBS (Eu) S 67261; Columbia KC 32143

* CBS (Eu) S 67261; Columbia/Legacy C2K 64820   Dave Brubeck Trio And Gerry Mulligan – Live At The Berlin Philharmonie
* Columbia KC 32143   Dave Brubeck Trio And Gerry Mulligan – Live At The Berlin Philharmonie

1971

Dave Brubeck Trio Featuring Gerry Mulligan

Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Six, bass; Alan Dawson, drums; Father Norman O’Connor, announcer.

“Newport Jazz Festival”, Newport, RI, July 3, 1971

Introduction By Father Norman O’ConnorAtlantic SD 1607
23764Blues For Newport
23765Take Five
23766Open The Gates (Out Of The Way Of The People)

* Atlantic SD 1607   The Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Gerry Mulligan – The Last Set At Newport

Dave Brubeck With The New Heavenly Blue

Chris Brubeck, bass trombone, electric piano, vocals; Peter Ruth, harmonica, flute, vocals; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jim Cathcart, organ, trumpet, vocals; Stephan Dudash, guitar, violin, vocals; David Mason, guitar, viola, vocals; Chris Brown, electric bass, bass, vocals; Lowell Thompson, bongo drums; Peter Bonisteel, percussion; Charlene Peterson, soprano voice; St. John’s Assembly, The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Erich Kunzel, conductor; Gordon Franklin, director.

“University Of Cincinnati”, Cincinnati, OH, August 30 & 31, 1971

27780Truth Is Fallen, Part I: PreludeAtlantic SD 1606
Truth Is Fallen, Part I: Merciful Men Are Taken Away
Truth Is Fallen, Part I: Truth Is Fallen
27781Truth Is Fallen, Part II: Oh That My Head Were Waters
Truth Is Fallen, Part II: Speak Out / I Called And No One Answered
Truth Is Fallen, Part II: Yea, Truth Faileth
Truth Is Fallen, Part II: Rock Solo (aka Truth)
Truth Is Fallen, Part II: Is The Lord’s Hand Shortened
Truth Is Fallen, Part II: Arise! Arise!

* Atlantic SD 1606   Dave Brubeck – Truth Is Fallen

1972

Dave Brubeck Trio Featuring Gerry Mulligan And Paul Desmond

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax #2-12; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Six, bass; Alan Dawson, drums.

“L’Olympia”, Paris, France, October 26, 1972

1. 26141Koto SongAtlantic SD 1641
2.Things Ain’t What They Used To Beunissued
3.Jumpin’ Beans
4.Truth
5.Someday My Prince Will Come
6.Blessed Are The Poor
7.Segovia
8.Thank You
9.Line For Lyons
10.Venus Armee
11.Take Five
12.All The Things You Are

* Atlantic SD 1641   Dave Brubeck, Gerry Mulligan, Paul Desmond – We’re All Together Again For The First Time

Dave Brubeck Trio Featuring Gerry Mulligan And Paul Desmond

Paul Desmond, alto sax #1; Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax #1; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Six, bass #1; Alan Dawson, drums #1.

“De Doelen”, Rotterdam, Netherlands, October 28, 1972

1. 26143Rotterdam BluesAtlantic SD 1641
2. 26144Sweet Georgia Brown

* Atlantic SD 1641   Dave Brubeck, Gerry Mulligan, Paul Desmond – We’re All Together Again For The First Time

Dave Brubeck Trio Featuring Gerry Mulligan And Paul Desmond

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Gerry Mulligan, baritone sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Six, bass; Alan Dawson, drums.

“Philharmonie”, Berlin, West Germany, November 4, 1972

26139TruthAtlantic SD 1641
26140Unfinished Woman
26142Take Five

* Atlantic SD 1641   Dave Brubeck, Gerry Mulligan, Paul Desmond – We’re All Together Again For The First Time

1973

Dave Brubeck Trio

Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Six, bass; Alan Dawson, drums.

CI Recording, NYC, July 17, 1973

31919Jimmy Van Heusen Medley: Deep In A DreamAtlantic SD 1684
31920Jimmy Van Heusen Medley: Like Someone In Love
31921Jimmy Van Heusen Medley: Here’s That Rainy Day
31922Jimmy Van Heusen Medley: Polka Dots And Moonbeams
31923Jimmy Van Heusen Medley: It Could Happen To You

* Atlantic SD 1684   Dave Brubeck – All The Things We Are

Dave Brubeck With The New Heavenly Blue

Peter Ruth, harmonica; Stephan Dudash, violin; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jim Cathcart, electric piano; David Mason, guitar; Chris Brubeck, electric bass; Richie Morales, drums.

CI Recording, NYC, August 6, 1973

27169Blue Rondo A La TurkAtlantic SD 1645
28387Atlantic 45-3015

* Atlantic SD 1645   Dave Brubeck – Two Generations Of Brubeck
* Atlantic 45-3015   Dave Brubeck, New Heavenly Blue – Blue Rondo A La Turk / Three To Get Ready

Dave Brubeck Octet

Chris Brubeck, bass trombone, electric bass #2; Perry Robinson, clarinet; Jerry Bergonzi, soprano, tenor sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Darius Brubeck, electric piano, Clavinet, organ; David Dutemple, electric bass #1; Danny Brubeck, drums; Randie Powell, percussion.

CI Recording, NYC, August 6, 1973

1. 27170The Holy OneAtlantic SD 1645
2. 27171Circadian Dysrhythmia

* Atlantic SD 1645   Dave Brubeck – Two Generations Of Brubeck

Dave Brubeck Quintet

Dave Brubeck, piano; Darius Brubeck, electric piano, Clavinet, organ #2-4; Chris Brubeck, electric bass #2-4; Danny Brubeck, drums #2-4; Randie Powell, percussion #2-4.

CI Recording, NYC, August 7, 1973

1. 27165Thank You (mistitled as Dziekyje)Atlantic SD 1645
2. 27166Three To Get ReadyAtlantic 45-3015, SD 1645
3. 27167KnivesAtlantic SD 1645
4. 27168Unsquare Dance

* Atlantic SD 1645   Dave Brubeck – Two Generations Of Brubeck
* Atlantic 45-3015   Dave Brubeck, New Heavenly Blue – Blue Rondo A La Turk / Three To Get Ready

Dave Brubeck Octet

Chris Brubeck, bass trombone; Perry Robinson, clarinet; Jerry Bergonzi, soprano, tenor sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Darius Brubeck, electric piano, Clavinet, organ; David Dutemple, electric bass; Danny Brubeck, drums; Randie Powell, percussion.

CI Recording, NYC, August 7, 1973

27172Band Cellunissued
27173Tin SinkAtlantic SD 1645

* Atlantic SD 1645   Dave Brubeck – Two Generations Of Brubeck

Dave Brubeck Octet

same personnel.

CI Recording, NYC, August 20, 1973

27176Call Of The WildAtlantic SD 1645

* Atlantic SD 1645   Dave Brubeck – Two Generations Of Brubeck

1974

Dave Brubeck Quartet

Dave Brubeck, piano; Darius Brubeck, electric piano #1,2; Chris Brubeck, electric bass #1,2; Danny Brubeck, drums #1,2.

CI Recording, NYC, June 27, 1974

1. 29080Forty DaysAtlantic SD 1660
2. 29081It’s A Raggy Waltz
3. 29082The Duke

* Atlantic SD 1660   Dave Brubeck – Brother, The Great Spirit Made Us All

Perry Robinson – Darius Brubeck Octet

Chris Brubeck, bass trombone #2,3,5; Perry Robinson, clarinet; Jerry Bergonzi, soprano, tenor sax #1-3,5; Peter Ruth, harmonica, Jew’s harp #2,3,5; Dave Brubeck, piano #1,5, director #2-4; Darius Brubeck, electric piano; Dave Powell, electric bass #1-3,5; Danny Brubeck, drums.

CI Recording, NYC, June 27, 1974

1. 29079Mr. BroadwayAtlantic SD 1660
2. 29083Sky Scape
3. 29084Temptation Boogie
4. 29085Ragaroni
5. 29086Christopher Columbus

* Atlantic SD 1660   Dave Brubeck – Brother, The Great Spirit Made Us All

Dave Brubeck Quintet

Lee Konitz, alto sax #1,3,4; Anthony Braxton, alto sax #2,3; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Six, bass #1-3; Roy Haynes, drums #1-3.

CI Recording, NYC, October 3, 1974

1. 31916 | 29649Like Someone In LoveAtlantic SD 1684
2. 31917 | 29648In Your Own Sweet Way
3. 31918 | 29650All The Things You Are
4. 31924 | 29651Don’t Get Around Much Anymore

* Atlantic SD 1684   Dave Brubeck – All The Things We Are

1975

Dave Brubeck – Paul Desmond Duo

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano.

“S.S. Rotterdam”, Netherlands, June 10, 1975

Yo Go To My HeadA&M/Horizon SP-703

* A&M/Horizon SP-703   Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond – 1975 – The Duets

Dave Brubeck – Paul Desmond Duo

same personnel.

NYC, September 15 & 16, 1975

Alice In WonderlandA&M/Horizon SP-703
These Foolish Things
Blue Dove
Stardust
Koto Song
Balcony Rock

* A&M/Horizon SP-703   Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond – 1975 – The Duets

Dave Brubeck – Paul Desmond Duo

same personnel.

NYC, September-October, 1975

Summer SongA&M/Horizon SP-703

* A&M/Horizon SP-703   Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond – 1975 – The Duets

1976

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums.

“Interlochen Arts Academy”, Interlochen, MI, March 10, 1976

St. Louis BluesA&M/Horizon SP-714
Three To Get Ready And Four To Go
African Times Suite
Salute To Stephen Foster
Take Five

* A&M/Horizon SP-714   Dave Brubeck – 25th Anniversary Reunion

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Danny Brubeck, drums.

“Scottish Rite Auditorium”, Fort Wayne, IN, March 12, 1976

Don’t Worry ‘Bout MeA&M/Horizon SP-714

* A&M/Horizon SP-714   Dave Brubeck – 25th Anniversary Reunion

1977

The New Brubeck Quartet

Dave Brubeck, piano; Darius Brubeck, synthesizer, electric keyboards; Chris Brubeck, electric bass, trombone; Dan Brubeck, percussion.

“Montreux International Festival”, Montreux, Switzerland, July 17, 1977

(It’s A) Raggy WaltzTomato TOM-7018
Brandenburg Gate
In Your Own Sweet Way
It Could Happen To You
God’s Love (Made Visible)
Summer Music
Brandenburg GateLRC Ltd. (J) 33C38-7681, (US) CDC 7681
In Your Own Sweet Way

* Tomato TOM-7018; Affinity (E) AFF 201   The New Brubeck Quartet – Live At Montreux
* LRC Ltd. (J) 33C38-7681   Dave Brubeck – The Quartet
* LRC Ltd. (US) CDC 7681   Dave Brubeck – The Quartet

1978

New Dave Brubeck Quartet

Dave Brubeck, piano; Darius Brubeck, electric piano; Chris Brubeck, electric bass, bass trombone; Danny Brubeck, drums.

Los Angeles, CA, February 27 & 28, 1978

Ellington Medley: The Duke / C Jam Blues / Don’t Get Around Much Anymore / Caravan / Mood Indigo / Take The “A” Train / CottontailDirect-to-Disk Labs DD 106
Forty Days
Sermon On The Mount
Unisphere
Three To Get Ready
Blue Rondo A La Turk
Unsquare Dance

* Direct-to-Disk Labs DD 106   Dave Brubeck – A Cut Above

1979

Dave Brubeck Quartet

Jerry Bergonzi, tenor sax, electric bass; Dave Brubeck, piano; Chris Brubeck, electric bass, bass trombone; Butch Miles, drums.

“Concord Jazz Festival”, “Concord Pavilion”, Concord, CA, August, 1979

CassandraConcord Jazz CJ-103
The Masquerade Is Over
Hometown Blues
Yesterdays
Two-Part Contention
Caravan

* Concord Jazz CJ-103, CCD-4103   Dave Brubeck – Back Home

1980 (age 60)

Dave Brubeck Quartet

Jerry Bergonzi, tenor sax, electric bass; Dave Brubeck, piano; Chris Brubeck, electric bass, bass trombone; Randy Jones, drums.

Dallas, TX, March, 1980

Brother, Can You Spare A DimeConcord Jazz CJ-129
Like Someone In Love
Theme For June
Lord, Lord
Mr. Fats
Tritonis

* Concord Jazz CJ-129, CCD-4129   Dave Brubeck – Tritonis

1981

Dave Brubeck Quartet

Jerry Bergonzi, tenor sax, electric bass; Dave Brubeck, piano; Chris Brubeck, electric bass, bass trombone; Randy Jones, drums.

San Francisco, CA, September, 1981

Music, Maestro, Please!Concord Jazz CJ-178
I Hear A Rhapsody
Symphony
I Thought About You
It’s Only A Paper Moon
Long Ago And Far Away
St. Louis Blues

* Concord Jazz CJ-178, CCD-4178   Dave Brubeck – Paper Moon

1982

Dave Brubeck Quartet

Bill Smith, clarinet; Dave Brubeck, piano; Chris Brubeck, electric bass, bass trombone; Randy Jones, drums.

“Montreux Jazz Festival”, “Casino De Montreux”, Switzerland, July 22, 1982

TritonisCMA Jazz CM 15015
Koto Song
Out Of The Way Of The People
Big Bad Basie
Black And Blue
Take Five
Benjamin Christopher Davis Brubeck
Blue Rondo A La Turk

* CMA Jazz CM 15015   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Live At Montreux 1982

Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

“Concord Jazz Festival”, “Concord Pavilion”, Concord, CA, August 8, 1982

BenjaminConcord Jazz CJ-198
Koto Song
Black And Blue
Softly, William, Softly
Take Five

* Concord Jazz CJ-198, CCD-4198   Dave Brubeck – Concord On A Summer Night

Aurex Jazz Festival ’82 – The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Michael Pedicin, tenor sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Chris Brubeck, electric bass, bass trombone; Randy Jones, drums.

“Aurex Jazz Festival”, “Osaka Festival Hall”, Osaka, Japan, September 1, 1982

You Don’t Know What Love IsEastworld (J) EWJ-80239
Take Five
St. Louis Blues
Fantasy No. 1Eastworld (J) EWJ-80255
Take The “A” Train

* Eastworld (J) EWJ-80239; somethin’else (J) TOCJ-8021   Aurex Jazz Festival ’82 – The Dave Brubeck Quartet
* Eastworld (J) EWJ-80255   Aurex Jazz Festival ’82 – Live Special

Aurex Jazz Festival ’82 – The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

“Aurex Jazz Festival”, “Nippon Budokan”, Tokyo, Japan, September 2, 1982

Someday My Prince Will ComeEastworld (J) EWJ-80239

* Eastworld (J) EWJ-80239; somethin’else (J) TOCJ-8021   Aurex Jazz Festival ’82 – The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Aurex Jazz Festival ’82 – The Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

“Aurex Jazz Festival”, “Yokohama Stadium”, Yokohama, Japan, September 5, 1982

Big Bad BasieEastworld (J) EWJ-80239

* Eastworld (J) EWJ-80239; somethin’else (J) TOCJ-8021   Aurex Jazz Festival ’82 – The Dave Brubeck Quartet

1983

Dave Brubeck Quartet

Bill Smith, clarinet; Dave Brubeck, piano; Chris Brubeck, electric bass, bass trombone; Randy Jones, drums.

“Palais Des Congres”, Midem, France, January 28, 1983

Lover ManCMA Jazz CM 15015

* CMA Jazz CM 15015   The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Live At Montreux 1982

1984

Dave Brubeck Quartet

Bill Smith, clarinet; Dave Brubeck, piano; Chris Brubeck, electric bass, bass trombone; Randy Jones, drums.

“Concord Jazz Festival”, “Concord Pavilion”, Concord, CA, August, 1984

PollyConcord Jazz CJ-259
I Hear A Rhapsody
Thank You
Big Bad Basie
For Iola
Summer Song
Pange Lingua March

* Concord Jazz CJ-259, CCD-4259   Dave Brubeck – For Iola

1985

Dave Brubeck Quartet

Bill Smith, clarinet; Dave Brubeck, piano; Chris Brubeck, electric bass, bass trombone; Randy Jones, drums.

Connecticut, December, 1985

Reflections Of YouConcord Jazz CJ-299
A Misty Morning
I’d Walk A Country Mile
My One Bad Habit
Blues For Newport
We Will All Remember Paul
Michael, My Second Son
Blue Lake Tahoe

* Concord Jazz CJ-299, CCD-4299   Dave Brubeck – Reflections

1986

Dave Brubeck Quartet

Bill Smith, clarinet; Dave Brubeck, piano; Chris Brubeck, electric bass, bass trombone; Randy Jones, drums.

San Francisco, CA, November, 1986

How Does Your Garden GrowConcord Jazz CJ-317
Festival Hall
Easy As You Go
Blue Rondo A La Turk
Dizzy’s Dream
I See, Satie
Swing Bells
Strange Meadowlark
Elana Joy

* Concord Jazz CJ-317, CCD-4317   Dave Brubeck – Blue Rondo

1987

Dave Brubeck Quartet With The Montreal International Jazz Festival Orchestra

Bill Smith, clarinet; Dave Brubeck, piano; Chris Brubeck, electric bass; Randy Jones, drums; The Montreal International Jazz Festival Orchestra, Russell Gloyd, conductor.

Festival International De Jazz De Montreal, QC, Canada, July 3, 1987

Summer MusicMusicMasters 01612-65051-2
Blue Rondo A La Turk
Koto Song
New Wine
Lullaby
Out Of The Way Of The People
Take The “A” Train

* MusicMasters 01612-65051-2; Limelight (E) 820830   Dave Brubeck – New Wine

Dave Brubeck Quartet

Bill Smith, clarinet; Dave Brubeck, piano; Chris Brubeck, electric bass; Randy Jones, drums.

Moscow, USSR, August, 1987

Three To Get ReadyConcord Jazz CJ-353
Theme For June
Give Me A Hit
Unsquare Dance
St. Louis Blues
Take FiveConcord Jazz CCD-4353

* Concord Jazz CJ-353, CCD-4353   Dave Brubeck – Moscow Night

1988

Charlie Brown Cartoon Soundtrack

Bobby Militello, flute, alto, tenor sax; Matthew Brubeck, cello; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Six, bass; Chris Brubeck, electric bass, bass trombone; Danny Brubeck, Randy Jones, drums.

San Francisco, CA & NYC, September 20-21, 1988, December 27, 1989 & May 8, 1991

Bicycle Built For TwoMusicMasters 01612-65067-2
Linus And Lucy
Forty Days
When I Was A Child
Quiet As The Moon
Cast Your Fate To The Wind
Benjamin
Looking At A Rainbow
The Desert And The Parched Land
Travelin’ Blues
Unisphere
When You Wish Upon A Star

* MusicMasters 01612-65067-2; Limelight (E) 820845   Dave Brubeck – Quiet As The Moon

1991 (age 71)

Dave Brubeck Quartet

Bill Smith, clarinet; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Six, bass; Randy Jones, drums.

May 6-7, 1991

Once When I Was Very YoungMusicMasters 01612-65083-2
What Is This Thing Called Love
Among My Souvenirs
Dancin’ In Rhythm
Yesterdays
In A Little Spanish Town
Stardust
Shine On Harvest Moon
Gone With The Wind
(This Is My First Affair So) Please Be Kind
Once When I Was Very Young

* MusicMasters 01612-65083-2; Limelight (E) 844298   Dave Brubeck – Once When I Was Very Young

1993

Dave Brubeck Trio

Dave Brubeck, piano; Chris Brubeck, electric bass, bass trombone; Danny Brubeck, drums.

June 8, 1993

I Cried For YouMusicMasters 01612-65102-2
Broadway Bossa Nova
King For A Day
Autumn
One Moment Worth Years
Calcutta Blues
Waltz Limp
Jazzanians
Over The Rainbow
Bossa Nova U.S.A.
Someday My Prince Will Come

* MusicMasters 01612-65102-2; Limelight (E) 844337   Dave Brubeck – Trio Brubeck

Dave Brubeck Quartet

Bobby Militello, alto, tenor sax, flute; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Six, bass; Randy Jones, drums.

“Blue Note”, NYC, October 5-7, 1993

These Foolish ThingsTelarc CD-83345
Here’s That Rainy Day
Theme For June
Medley: Swing Bells / The Duke / Things Ain’t What They Used To Be / C Jam Blues / Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
Who Will Take Care Of Me
Koto Song
So Wistfully Sad
Mean To Me

* Telarc CD-83345   Dave Brubeck – Late Night Brubeck: Live From The Blue Note

Dave Brubeck Sextet

Bill Smith, clarinet; Bobby Militello, alto, tenor sax, flute; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Six, bass; Chris Brubeck, electric bass, bass trombone; Randy Jones, drums.

“Blue Note”, NYC, October 5-10, 1993

YesterdaysTelarc CD-83351
I Can’t Give You Anything But Love
Travelin’ Blues
Thank You
You Go To My Head
Blues For Newport
Ain’t Misbehavin’
Knives
River, Stay Away From My Door

* Telarc CD-83351   Dave Brubeck – Nightshift: Live At The Blue Note

1994

Dave Brubeck Solo

Dave Brubeck, piano.

NYC & Connecticut, January 4, February 15 & June 29, 1994

Just You, Just MeTelarc CD-83363
Strange Meadowlark
It’s The Talk Of The Town
Brother, Can You Spare A Dime
Lullaby
Tribute To Stephen Foster
I Married An Angel
Music, Maestro, Please!
Briar Bush
Newport Waltz
I Understand
More Than You Know

* Telarc CD-83363   Dave Brubeck – Just You, Just Me

Dave Brubeck Quartet + Special Guests

Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Six, bass; Chris Brubeck, electric bass; Randy Jones, drums.

Connecticut & NYC, June 29, 1994, March 3 & June 6 & 7, 1995

Roy HargroveTelarc CD-83349
How High The Moon
Michael Brecker Waltz
Here Comes McBride
Joe Lovano Tango
In Your Own Sweet Way
Joshua Redman
Together
Moody
Gerry-Go-Round
Ronnie Buttacavoli
Deep In A Dream

* Telarc CD-83349   Dave Brubeck – Young Lions And Old Tigers

1995

Dave Brubeck Quartet

Bobby Militello, flute, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Six, bass; Randy Jones, drums.

“Wahington National Cathedral”, Washington, DC, June 11 & 12, 1995

Body And SoulTelarc 2CD-83400
Cherokee
Easy To Love
What Will I Tell My Heart
Sunny Side Of The Street
The Things You Never Remember
Broadway Bossa Nova
Don’t Worry About Me
Take Five

* Telarc 2CD-83400   Dave Brubeck Quartet – Double Live From The USA And UK

Jazz Sonatas

Gerard Reuter, oboe; Andrew Dawes, violin; Richard Brice, viola; Daniel Rothmuller, cello; Constance Emmerich, piano; Dave Brubeck, composer.

circa 1995

Quintet SonataAngel CDC 7243 5 55061 2 2

* Angel CDC 7243 5 55061 2 2   Dave Brubeck, Roland Hanna, Dick Hyman – Jazz Sonatas

1996

Dave Brubeck Quartet With Voices

Bobby Militello, sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Six, bass; Randy Jones, drums; Shelley Waite, soprano voice; Mark Bleeke, tenor voice; Kevin Deas, bass baritone voice; Cathedral Choral Society Chorus, Duke Ellington School Of Arts Show Choir, Cathedral Choral Society Orchestra, Russell Gloyd, conductor; Samuel Bonds, director.

1996

I. ProcessionalTelarc CD-80430
II. Lord Have Mercy
III. The Desert And The Parched Land
IV. The Peace Of Jerusalem
V. Alleluia
VI. Father, All Powerful
VII. Holy, Holy, Holy
VIII. While He Was At Supper
IX. When We Eat This Bread
X. Through Him, With Him
XI. Great Amen
XII. Our Father
XIII. Lamb Of God
XIV. All My Hope
XV. Gloria

* Telarc CD-80430   Dave Brubeck – To Hope! – A Celebration

Dave Brubeck Quintet

Matthew Brubeck, cello; Dave Brubeck, piano; Darius Brubeck, electric piano; Chris Brubeck, electric bass, bass trombone; Danny Brubeck, drums.

1996

In Your Own Sweet WayTelarc CD-83355
Bifocal Blues
Sermon On The Mount
Michael, My Second Son
Ode To A Cowboy
Dave ‘N’ Darius
We Will All Remember Paul
Sixth Sense
My One Bad Habit
Sweet Georgia Brown

* Telarc CD-83355   Dave Brubeck – In Their Own Sweet Way

Dave Brubeck Solo

Dave Brubeck, piano.

1996

“Homecoming” Jingle BellsTelarc CD-83410
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
Joy To The World
Away In A Manger
Winter Wonderland
O Little Town Of Bethlehem
What Child Is This
To Us Is Given
O Tannenbaum
Silent Night
Cantos Para Pedir La Posadas
Run, Run To Bethlehem
“Farewell” Jingle Bells
The Christmas Song

* Telarc CD-83410   A Dave Brubeck Christmas

1997

Dave Brubeck Quartet

Bobby Militello, flute, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Jack Six, bass; Randy Jones, drums.

1997

It’s Deja Vu All Over AgainTelarc CD-83434
Fourth Of July
The Things You Never Remember
Marian McPartland
Brotherly Love
I’m Still In Love With A Girl Named Oli
Her Name Is Nancy
Chorale
Sahra
Waltzing
Five For Ten Small Fingers

* Telarc CD-83434   Dave Brubeck – So What’s New

1998

Dave Brubeck Quartet

Bobby Militello, flute, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Alec Dankworth, bass; Randy Jones, drums.

“Royal Festival Hall”, London, England, November 10, 1998;
“St. David’s Hall”, Cardiff, Wales, November 11, 1998;
“Derngate Hall”, Northampton, England, November 12, 1998

MargieTelarc 2CD-83400
Waltzing
Marian McPartland
Exactly Like You
Three To Get Ready
Take Five
Take The “A” Train
Be Natural Blues

* Telarc 2CD-83400   Dave Brubeck Quartet – Double Live From The USA And UK

Dave Brubeck Quartet

same personnel.

United Kingdom, 1998

Someday My Prince Will ComeTelarc CD-83440
The Time Of Our Madness
Oh You Can Run (But You Can’t Hide)
In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town
I Got Rhythm
Deep Purple
All Of Me
The Salmon Strikes
Goodbye Old Friend

* Telarc CD-83440   Dave Brubeck – 40th Anniversary Tour Of The UK

2000 (age 80)

Dave Brubeck Solo

Dave Brubeck, piano.

2000

That Old FeelingTelarc CD-83510
I’ll Never Smile Again
One Alone
You’ve Got Me Crying Again
Someone To Watch Over Me
Just Squeeze Me
Harbor Lights
Things Ain’t What They Used To Be
Summer Song
Red Sails In The Sunset
Weep No More
Bye Bye Blues
Over The Rainbow

* Telarc CD-83510   Dave Brubeck – One Alone

2001

Dave Brubeck Quartet

Bobby Militello, flute, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Alec Dankworth, bass; Randy Jones, drums.

October, 2001

The CrossingTelarc CD-83520
Day After Day
Mariel
All My Love
Por Que No (Why Not)
Chasin’ Yourself
Bessie
Randy Jones
Hold Fast To Dreams
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Debussy The Complete Preludes – Krystian Zimerman, piano with sheet music (partition)

Debussy The Complete Preludes – Krystian Zimerman, piano with sheet music (partition)

An extraordinary rendition of Debussy’s piano preludes, played not note-by-note but shape-by-shape, colour-by-colour. The attention to detail is painstaking — notes seem to bend, individual attacks to melt, and the music moves effortlessly between scintillating fire and lakes of calm. The pauses in the music are perfectly controlled: look here, they seem to say, with the minutest gestures, look here at this unbelievable passage. The complaint is sometimes made that this recording is a bit too “harsh”, even “romantic”, but this sort of criticism misses the point a little. It seems to assume that impressionistic music is meant to be placid, reflective, maybe even dainty, but that’s not really the point.

Impressionistic music (if you are happy to go along with the term) is meant to make you *imagine* something — to evoke some kind of image. It might be an image of calm, or of roiling violence, but it’s the image — the sharpness of its contours — which matters, and by that standard this is a recording for the ages.

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Book 1: 00:00 – 1. Lent et grave (…Danseuses de Delphes, Dancers of Delphi) 03:33 – 2. Modéré (…Voiles, Sails/Veils) 07:59 – 3. Animé (…Le vent dans la plaine, The Wind in the Plain) 10:05 – 4. Modéré (…«Les sons et les parfums tournent dans l’air du soir», “The sounds and fragrances swirl through the evening air”) 13:59 – 5. Très modéré (…Les collines d’Anacapri, The Hills of Anacapri) 17:30 – 6. Triste et lent (…Des pas sur la neige, Footsteps in the Snow) 21:49

7. Animé et tumultueux (…Ce qu’a vu le vent d’ouest, What the West Wind has Seen) 24:59 – 8. Très calme et doucement expressif (…La fille aux cheveux de lin, The Girl with the Flaxen Hair) 28:06 – 9. Modérément animé (…La sérénade interrompue, Interrupted Serenade) 30:32 – 10. Profondément calme (…La cathédrale engloutie, The Submerged Cathedral) 37:52 – 11. Capricieux et léger (…La danse de Puck, Puck’s Dance) 40:26 – 12. Modéré (…Minstrels)

Book 2 42:46 – 1. Modéré (…Brouillards, Mists) 46:12 – 2. Lent et mélancolique (…Feuilles mortes, Dead Leaves) 50:02 – 3. Mouvement de Habanera (…La puerta del Vino, Wine Door) 53:07 – 4. Rapide et léger (…«Les fées sont d’exquises danseuses», “Fairies are exquisite dancers”) 56:18 – 5. Calme (…Bruyères, Heather/Town in Eastern France) 59:21 – 6. Dans le style et le mouvement d’un Cakewalk (…Général Lavine – eccentric) 1:01:51

7. Lent (…La terrasse des audiences du clair de lune, The Terraces of Moonlight Audiences) 1:06:16 – 8. Scherzando (…Ondine) 1:09:37 – 9. Grave (…Hommage à S. Pickwick Esq. P.P.M.P.C., Homage to S. Pickwick) 1:11:58 – 10. Très calme et doucement triste (…Canope, Canopic Jar) 1:15:06 – 11. Modérément animé (…Les tierces alternées, Alternating Thirds) 1:17:47 – 12. Modérément animé (…Feux d’artifice, Fireworks)

Debussy Claude Achille
1862-1918

Né à Saint-Germain-en-Laye le 22 août 1862, mort à Paris le 25 mars 1918.

Ses parents tiennent un commerce de porcelaine. Pendant la guerre de 1870, la famille se réfugie chez sa tante (côté paternel), Clémentine, qui lui fait avoir ses premières leçons de musique avec un musicien italien, Jean Cerutti. À Paris, son père rejoint la Commune et sert comme capitaine dans la Garde Nationale. Quand la Commune de Paris est écrasée par les forces de Thiers, il est arrêté et condamné à quatre ans de prison. Libéré au bout d’une année, il est privé de ses droits civils.

Selon Charles de Sivry, Achille est confié à Antoinette Mauté de Fleurville, élève de Chopin et belle-mère de Verlaine ; elle le prépare à entrer au Conservatoire de Paris : il y est admis en 1872.

Il étudie le piano avec Antoine Marmontel et le solfège avec Albert Lavignac. Il obtient de petits prix pour le piano et le solfège entre 1875 et 1877 et ne peut prétendre à une carrière de pianiste virtuose. Il entre dans la classe d’harmonie d’Émile Durand et dans celle d’accompagnement d’Auguste Bazille où il obtient son seul premier prix.

Il compose ses premières mélodies en 1879 sur des textes d’Alfred de Musset (Madrid, Ballade à la lune).

En été 1880, il est engagé par Nadezhda von Meck, pour apprendre à ses enfants à jouer des duos avec elle. Il séjourne avec la famille à Arcachon, puis à Florence, où il compose sa première œuvre pour le piano et son trio pour piano.

À son retour à Paris il s’inscrit dans la classe de composition d’Ernest Guiraud, et gagne sa vie comme accompagnateur dans le classe de chant de Victorine Moreau-Sainti. Il y rencontre Marie Vasnier pour laquelle il écrit des mélodies sur des poèmes de Théophile Gautier, Leconte de Lisle et Banville

En 1881, il rejoint Madame von Meck pendant deux mois en Russie. Il est de nouveau à Moscou en été 1882, puis à Vienne pour deux mois.

En 1883, il présente sa cantate Le Gladiateur pour le Prix de Rome.

Il est engagé comme accompagnateur des choeurs «Concordia» où Gounod le prend sous sa protection. Il compose de nouvelles mélodies pour Marie Vasnier sur des textes de Paul Bourget et de Paul Verlaine.

En 1884, il remporte le premier grand Prix de Rome avec sa cantate «L’enfant prodigue».

Il est pendant deux années un pensionnaire indocile de la Villa Médicis. Il y compose Zuleima (perdu), Printemps (suite symphonique) et La demoiselle élue, qu’il achève après son retour à Paris zen 1887.

Il fréquente les milieux littéraires et artistiques, y rencontre les poètes symbolistes,  se lie avec Paul Dukas, Robert Godet, Raymond Bonheur. Deux de ses Ariettes oubliées sont données à la Société Nationale de Musique. Il compose les Cinq poèmes de Baudelaire et la Fantaisie pour piano et orchestre.

En 1888 et 1889 il se rend à Bayreuth.

Au cours de l’Exposition Universelle de 1889, il découvre avec intérêt les gamelans de Java. Il travaille pendant deux années à Rodrigue et Chimène, un opéra sur un livret de Catulle Mendès, d’après Le Cid.

Fin 1890, il rencontre Mallarmé qui lui demande de participer à un projet théâtral qui n’a pas abouti autour du poème L’Après-midi d’un faune. Il fait la connaissance d’Erik Satie et publie des mélodies pour piano. Il découvre Edgar Poe et Maeterlinck.

En 1892, il met en musique quelques unes de ses poésies influencées par le symbolisme.

En 1893 La Demoiselle élue est donnée A la Société Nationale, et son quatuor pour cordes est joué par la quartette Ysaÿe.

Ernest Chausson le prend sous sa protection et pendant deux années lui apporte une aide financière.

Il découvre Boris Goudounov de Moussorgsky et La pièce de Maeterlinck; Pelléas et Melisande, jouée au théâtre des Bouffes du Nord à Paris.

Il fréquente le salon de Mallarmé et revient au projet de l’ Après-midi d’un faune en composant le prélude.

Il rencontre Pierre Louÿs et se rend avec lui à Gand auprès de Maeterlinck pour obtenir le droit de composer sur Pelléas et Melisande. L’opéra est achevé en 1895, mais n’est pas créé. En 1897-1898, il compose La Chanson de Bilitis, sur un texte de Pierre Louÿs.

En mai 1898, il rencontre pour la première fois Rosalie Texier, mannequin chez les sœurs Callot, rue Taitbout, une maison de haute couture renommée.

En 1899, il achève Nuages, Fêtes et Sirènes ;  la même année, le 19 octobre, il se marie avec Lilly Texier. Pierre Louÿs, Erik Satie et Lucien Fontaine sont les témoins.

En août 1901, le couple séjourne pour la première fois à Bichain dans l’Yonne, auprès de le famille de Lilly. Debussy y composera une partie de La mer.

En janvier 1903, Debussy est promu Chevalier de la Légion d’honneur. La même année, ses relations avec Emma Bardac sont à l’origine d’un drame familial et de fâcheries avec quelques amis.

Le 11 août, alors qu’il est à Dieppe avec Emma, il écrit une lettre de rupture à Lilly qui séjourne à Bichain. Le 13 octobre 1904, Lilly Debussy fait une tentative de suicide, en se tirant une balle dans le ventre, elle est hospitalisée et opérée. Mary Garden et les amis du couple prennent son parti, ouvrent une souscription, et l’installent à l’Hôtel Américain, avenue Friedland, puis avenue de Villiers dans le 17e arrondissement.

Le divorce est prononcé le 2 août 1905, Debussy doit verser une pension de 400 francs et une une rente viagère, sommes qu’il arrête de verser en 1910. Il est condamné en 1916 à verser 30.000 francs. Rosalie Texier meurt le 17 décembre 1932, dans son appartement de l’avenue de Villiers.

En 1905 il signe un contrat d’exclusivité avec les éditions Durand. La Mer est créée le 15 octobre 1905. Le 30 octobre Emma-Claude (dite Chouchou) vient au monde.

En 1908, il dirige lui-même l’exécution de La Mer et des extraits de Pelléas aux Concerts Colonne. Quinze jours plus tard, le 30 octobre, il épouse Emma Bardac. Pelléas est créée en Allemagne et à New York, et la première biographie par Louise Liebich est publiée à Londres. En 1919, Louis Laloy publiera à son tour, à Paris, une biographie de Debussy.

En 1909, à la demande de Gabriel Fauré, il entre au conseil d’administration du Conservatoire, qui le commandite pour le concours de clarinette de l’année suivante. Il compose la première rhapsodie pour clarinette et piano, et une petite pièce pour l’épreuve de déchiffrage.

Il se lie avec André Caplet. En février 1909, il est en Grande-Bretagne.

En 1910, Ibéria et Rondes de Printemps sont créés. Il se rend à Vienne et à Budapest, puis à son retour, il compose Le martyre de Saint Sébastien, mystère en 5 actes de Gabriele D’Annunzio. Il se lie avec Stravinsky.

Le 15 mai 1913, création de   Jeux (poème dansé) par les Ballets russes de Diaghilev. Il écrit pour la Revue Musicale et dirige la création d’Images pour orchestre le 26 février 1913. Il compose le second livre de préludes pour piano, Trois poèmes de Mallarmé, et une ballet pour enfants, La boîte à joujoux (piano seul).Il se rend à Saint-Pétersbourg et à Moscou, et, qu début de 1914 à Rome, Amsterdam, La Haye, Bruxelles, Londres.

Il compose La Berceuse héroïque pour une commande du Daily Telegraph pour le «King Albert’s Book». En 1915, il subit une opération du colon il passe l’été à Pourville, ville côtière de la mer du Nord. Il y compose la Sonate pour violoncelle, Blanc et noir, Les Études, et la sonate pour flûte, alto et harpe.

Il revient à l’un de ses anciens projets, La chute de la maison Usher. Il écrit une nouvelle version du livret, mais ne compose une esquisse complète que pour une scène.

En mars 1917 il termine la composition de la sonate pour violon, créée à Saint-Jean-de-Luz par Gaston Poulet. Ce sera la dernière apparition publique de Debussy.

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Nobuyuki Tsujii – Elegy for the victims of the Tsunami (free sheet music)

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Nobuyuki Tsujii – Elegy for the victims of the Tsunami of March 11, 2011 with free sheet music

Nobuyuki Tsujii (辻井 伸行, Tsujii Nobuyuki) (also known as Nobu Tsujii) is a Japanese pianist and composer. He was born blind due to microphthalmia, and his exceptional musical talent has propelled him to become a world renowned artist. Tsujii performs extensively, with a large number of conductors and orchestras, and has received critical acclaims as well as notices for his unique techniques for learning music and performing with an orchestra while being unable to see.

Tsujii learns new musical works strictly by ear. A 2009 Time article explains: “Certainly, being blind hasn’t made it easy. Tsujii can use Braille music scores to learn new pieces, but this kind of translation is usually done by volunteers. Because demand is so low, the variety of scores available does not meet the needs of a professional performer, so Tsujii has devised his own method. A team of pianists records scores along with specific codes and instructions written by composers, which Tsujii listens to and practices until he learns and perfects each piece.”.

Tsujii said in a 2011 interview, “I learn pieces by listening, but it doesn’t mean I’m copying CDs or another person’s interpretation. I ask my assistants to make a special cassette tape for me. They split the piece into small sections, such as several bars, and record it (one hand at a time). I call these tapes ‘music sheets for ears.’ It takes me a few days to complete a short piece, but it takes one month to complete a big sonata or concerto.”

Tsujii has performed successfully with numerous orchestras under the baton of many conductors, both in Japan and abroad.

In 2017, a reporter from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Monique Schafter, asked Tsujii “How do you stay in time when you can’t see the conductor?” The pianist replied: ” By listening to the conductor’s breath and also sensing what’s happening around me.” Conductor Bramwell Tovey commented: “He must have very acute hearing, I’m sure.”

Piano concertos that Tsujii has performed include: Piano Concerto No. 1 (Beethoven), Piano Concerto No. 2 (Beethoven), Piano Concerto No. 3 (Beethoven), Piano Concerto No. 5 (Beethoven), Piano Concerto No. 1 (Tchaikovsky), Piano Concerto No. 3 (Prokofiev), Piano Concerto (Grieg), Piano Concerto No. 2 (Rachmaninoff), Piano Concerto No. 3 (Rachmaninoff), Piano Concerto No. 20 (Mozart), Piano Concerto No. 21 (Mozart), Piano Concerto No. 26 (Mozart), Piano Concerto No. 27 (Mozart), Piano Concerto No. 1 (Chopin), Piano Concerto No. 2 (Chopin), Piano Concerto (Ravel), Piano Concerto No. 1 (Liszt), and Piano Concerto No. 1 (Shostakovich). He has also performed Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paga

In addition to being a pianist, Tsujii is a composer.

At age 12, he performed his own composition “Street Corner of Vienna.”

In 2010-2011, he composed the theme music for a Japanese film ‘神様のカルテ (In His Chart)’,[34] for which he was named the 2011 Film Music Artist by the Japan Film Critics Award. That same year, he also composed the theme music for a Japanese TV drama ‘それでも、生きてゆく (Still We Live On)’.

In June 2011, Japanese figure skating champion Midori Ito performed in a world event (Master Elite Oberstdorf 2011) to the music of “Whisper of the River,” composed by Tsujii when he was in high school to express his love for his father after the two took a walk on the Kanda River in Tokyo.

Tsujii was the music director and composed the theme music for the Japanese film はやぶさ 遥かなる帰還 The Return of the Hayabusa released in February 2012. In 2014, he composed the ending theme for the film ‘マエストロ(Maestro!)’.

In 2016, Tsujii created and performed the background music for a series of three animation of Chōjū-jinbutsu-giga scrolls produced by Studio Ghibli for Marubeni Corporation.

Tsujii’s 2011 performance of his own composition, “Elegy for the Victims of the Tsunami of March 11, 2011 in Japan”, is widely viewed on the Internet.

Tsujii has an extensive discography. His recordings are now available worldwide.

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Claude Debussy 1ère Arabesque avec partition (sheet music)

Claude Debussy 1ère Arabesque avec partition (sheet music)

Arabesque No. 1 de Claude Debussy

Les Deux Arabesques, L. 66, sont une oeuvre de jeunesse de Debussy. Il les composa entre 1888 et 1891, alors qu’il n’avait pas encore soufflé sa trentième bougie. Cependant, le jeune âge de l’artiste ne se ressent absolument pas dans ces pièces à l’identité musicale déjà bien affirmée.

De caractère, Claude Debussy n’en manquait d’ailleurs pas. Chef de file du courant musical impressionniste, il se distingua par son style singulier rapprochant musique et peinture. Pour lui, le travail de composition consistait à retranscrire sur le papier à musique des couleurs et des impressions. Les codes « traditionnels » de la musique ? Très peu pour lui. Ne dit-il pas qu’il fallait « débarrasser la musique de tout appareil scientifique », que « l’extrême complication [était] le contraire de l’art » ?

Mais regardons de plus près cette Arabesque N°1. Dans celle-ci, on réalise très vite, à la première écoute, cette volonté de l’artiste de s’affranchir des schémas préétablis. Les premières mesures surprennent par leur légèreté et on se laisse vite porter par le flot ininterrompu de notes et l’entremêlement des triolets main gauche et main droite. Puis, on retrouve un rythme à « trois contre deux », binaire d’une main, ternaire de l’autre, caractéristique de Debussy. Quant au tempo, il laisse une grande latitude à l’interprète, avec un « rubato » sur la partie centrale de l’oeuvre.

Vous l’aurez compris, c’est un artiste pas comme les autres que vous découvrirez au travers de cette partition. La difficulté résidera donc dans votre capacité à vous adapter à son style peu orthodoxe. Heureusement, Jeff Martin est là pour vous guider dans votre apprentissage ! Dans son cours sur les morceaux classiques confirmés, Jeff vous donne toutes les clés pour interpréter cette oeuvre dans les règles de l’art.

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Claude Debussy est un compositeur français né le 22 août 1862 à Saint-Germain-en-Laye et mort le 25 mars 1918 à Paris.

En posant en 1894 avec Prélude à l’Après-midi d’un faune le premier jalon de la musique moderne, Debussy place d’emblée son œuvre sous le sceau de l’avant-garde musicale. Il est brièvement wagnérien en 1889, puis anticonformiste le reste de sa vie, en rejetant tous les académismes esthétiques. Avec La Mer, il renouvelle la forme symphonique ; avec Jeux, il inscrit la musique pour ballet dans un modernisme prophétique ; avec Pelléas et Mélisande, l’opéra français sort des ornières de la tradition du drame lyrique, tandis qu’il confère à la musique de chambre, avec son quatuor à cordes, des accents impressionnistes inspirés.

Une part importante de son œuvre est pour le piano (la plus vaste de la musique française avec celle de Gabriel Fauré) et utilise une palette sonore particulièrement riche et évocatrice.

Claude Debussy laisse l’image d’un créateur original et profond d’une musique où souffle le vent de la liberté. Son impact sera décisif dans l’histoire de la musique. Pour André Boucourechliev, il incarnerait la véritable révolution musicale du vingtième siècle.

Deux ans après la mort de Claude Debussy, Henry Prunières, directeur de la Revue musicale, sollicite dix compositeurs afin de former un « hommage international à la mémoire de Debussy [qui] sera un véritable « monument » comme ceux que les poètes de la Renaissance élevaient aux artistes qu’ils avaient aimés » : le Tombeau de Claude Debussy est publié le 1er décembre 1920 et créé l’année suivante dans le cadre des concerts de la Société musicale indépendante.

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Gershwin: Summertime Ella Fitzgerald Louis Armstrong

Ella Fitzgerald Louis Armstrong – Gershwin: Summertime

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Summertime by Gershwin

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Summertime” is an aria composed in 1934 by George Gershwin for the 1935 opera Porgy and Bess. The lyrics are by DuBose Heyward, the author of the novel Porgy on which the opera was based, although the song is also co-credited to Ira Gershwin by ASCAP.

The song soon became a popular and much-recorded jazz standard, described as “without doubt … one of the finest songs the composer ever wrote … Gershwin’s highly evocative writing brilliantly mixes elements of jazz and the song styles of blacks in the southeast United States from the early twentieth century”. Composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim has characterized Heyward’s lyrics for “Summertime” and “My Man’s Gone Now” as “the best lyrics in the musical theater”.

Porgy and Bess

Gershwin began composing the song in December 1933, attempting to create his own spiritual in the style of the African American folk music of the period. Gershwin had completed setting DuBose Heyward’s poem to music by February 1934, and spent the next 20 months completing and orchestrating the score of the opera.

The song is sung several times throughout Porgy and Bess. Its lyrics are the first words heard in act 1 of the opera, following the communal “wa-do-wa”. It is sung by Clara as a lullaby. The song theme is reprised soon after as counterpoint to the craps game scene, in act 2 in a reprise by Clara, and in act 3 by Bess, singing to Clara’s now-orphaned baby after both its parents died in the storm. It was recorded for the first time by Abbie Mitchell on July 19, 1935, with George Gershwin playing the piano and conducting the orchestra (on: George Gershwin Conducts Excerpts from Porgy & Bess, Mark 56 667).

The 1959 movie version of the musical featured Loulie Jean Norman singing the song. That rendition finished at #52 in AFI’s 100 Years…100 Songs survey of top tunes in American cinema.

Lyrics

Heyward’s inspiration for the lyrics was the southern folk spiritual-lullaby “All My Trials“, of which he had Clara sing a snippet in his play Porgy.[7][8] The lyrics have been highly praised by Stephen Sondheim. Writing of the opening line, he says:

That “and” is worth a great deal of attention. I would write “Summertime when” but that “and” sets up a tone, a whole poetic tone, not to mention a whole kind of diction that is going to be used in the play; an informal, uneducated diction and a stream of consciousness, as in many of the songs like “My Man’s Gone Now”. It’s the exact right word, and that word is worth its weight in gold. “Summertime when the livin’ is easy” is a boring line compared to “Summertime and”. The choices of “ands” [and] “buts” become almost traumatic as you are writing a lyric – or should, anyway – because each one weighs so much.

Music

Musicologist K. J. McElrath wrote of the song:

Gershwin was remarkably successful in his intent to have this sound like a folk song. This is reinforced by his extensive use of the pentatonic scale (C–D–E–G–A) in the context of the A minor tonality and a slow-moving harmonic progression that suggests a “blues“. Because of these factors, this tune has been a favorite of jazz performers for decades and can be done in a variety of tempos and styles.

While in his own description, Gershwin did not use any previously composed spirituals in his opera, Summertime is often considered an adaptation of the African American spiritual “Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child“, which ended the play version of Porgy.Alternatively, the song has been proposed as an amalgamation of that spiritual and the Ukrainian Yiddish lullaby Pipi-pipipee.The Ukrainian-Canadian composer and singer Alexis Kochan has suggested that some part of Gershwin’s inspiration may have come from having heard the Ukrainian lullaby “Oi Khodyt Son Kolo Vikon” (“A Dream Passes by the Windows”) at a New York City performance by Alexander Koshetz‘s Ukrainian National Chorus in 1929 (or 1926).

Other versions

Statistics for the number of recordings of “Summertime” vary by source; while older data is restricted to commercial releases, newer sources may include versions self-published online. The Jazz Discography in 2005 listed 1,161 official releases, ranking the song fourth among jazz standards.Joe Nocera in 2012 said there were “over 25,000” recordings.

Guinness World Records lists the website’s 2017 figure of 67,591 as the world record total.

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LEARNING JAZZ IMPROVISATION: EXERCISES ON KEITH JARRETT STYLE

Exercises Developed from Excerpts of a Keith Jarrett Improvisation on All The Things You Are“.

Jazz educators tell students that transcribing solos will help them learn to improvise. It will certainly improve their ears if they are trying to hear the relationships of pitches in a phrase. It will do little to help their ears if they are using software to move the solo note by note and hunt and peck to find that note.

Students often ask what they should do with the solos after transcribing them. Should they learn it note for note matching articulations. I can imagine this would be very helpful. But has playing non-jazz etudes and pieces note for note with correct style helped them with improvisation? Students who focus just on memorizing other’s work, whether it is jazz solos or classical pieces are typically the least prepared to improvise, even though they may have very well developed technique on their instruments.

In order to improvise, one must get into the thinking behind the notes. That is difficult when dealing with memorizing a 128 measure solo. It might be easier when breaking apart shorter excerpts from that solo. One of my primarily classically trained students transcribed the first 36 measures of a Keith Jarrett improvisation over the chord changes to All the Things You Are from YouTube. She can probably sight read it at tempo, but is unable to improvise using the vocabulary.

I suggested taking excerpts; breaking them down, applying them several places in the progression, finding ways to connect these excerpts, and through this process, develop vocabulary. Attention should be paid to appropriate jazz phrasing, articulations, accents and good time feel.

SIMPLE EXCERPTS

Jarrett plays this simple line in the first measure of the form. It clearly lines up with the chord – a 5- 3-1 arpeggio idea with one passing tone, which could be expressed as a 5-3-2-1 pattern.

Apply this fragment to the entire progression (only the first eight measures are shown). As the pattern becomes more familiar, try different rhythmic variations.

Here is a line from m.2. It could be described as a descending arpeggio (7-5-3-1) with one pickup note or leading tone, and one passing tone.

Apply this idea to the entire progression. Some rhythmic variations and displacements can disguise the repeated pattern and make it sound more organic.

Jarrett plays this 3-5-7-9 arpeggio in m.4. In the tune itself, this chord is played as a major 7 chord.

This is a very good exercise for connecting all the chords using a 3-5-7-9 arpeggio. These arpeggios can ascend, as in mm.1-2. Eventually, you will run out of range on your instrument. A solution is to invert the arpeggios as in mm.3, 5, and 7. Repeat the exercise exchanging where you play ascending or inverted arpeggios. Several kinds of rhythmic variations can be applied, including anticipation and delayed resolutions. This exercise follows outline no. 1 (see discussion below).

Apply this arpeggio idea to the progression. Some of these excerpts may be too active to be played in every measure. It is a good idea to practice them in alternating measures. This reinforces a sense of stop and go in your phrasing. The example below plays the line in the odd measures and comes to rest on the 3rd in the even measures. (The connection of this idea resolving to the 3rd of the next chord is outline no. 2, discussed below.)

Now play the 3rd in the odd measures with the line in the even measures.

Jarrett’s line from mm.11-12 can be reduced to a simple line that connects the thirds of each chord. Jarrett also plays a 3-5-7-9 arpeggio that connects the octave leap from G to F. (This is outline no. 1, discussed below.)

Practice the line for alternating measures as shown in the previous exercises. Odd to Even:

Even to Odd:

BASIC OUTLINES

There are three common lines found in music from the Baroque period to the present. They may appear with out embellishment or may be highly figured. (I have written a book that deals exclusively with these structures: Connecting Chords with Linear Harmony, Hal Leonard, Inc.)

Outline No. 1 connects the 3rd of one chord down to the 3rd of the next.

Outline No. 2 begins with an ascending 1-3-5 arpeggio and the 7th resolves to the 3rd of the next chord.

Outline No. 3 begins with a descending 5-3-1 arpeggio and the 7th resolves to the 3rd of the next chord.

The three outlines are shown below for a G7 to C progression. The outlines are used anytime the chords progress down a fifth. Almost the entire progression for this piece is based on chords resolving down a fifth, so these basic outlines will be essential vocabulary.

OutlineNo.1 OutlineNo.2 Outline No.3

Jarrett strings two outlines together in mm.13-15. It is interesting to hear how Jarrett’s rhythmic displacement creates interest, but it is better to begin practicing them as they line up with the chords. When the lines become more familiar, experiment with displacement (both octave and rhythmic) and with various levels of embellishment.

Jarrett Line Basic Outline No. 2 & No. 1

Outline No. 2 applied to the progression using alternating measures.

Even too odd:

Jarrett Outline No. 1 Basic Outline No. 1

Jarrett outline no. 1 idea sequenced through the progression using alternating measures. Odd to Even:

Even to Odd:

Jarrett plays a 3-5-7-9 arpeggio in m.17 followed by outline no. 2 in m.18.

It may be easier to see as shown belowb. In the second setting below, a Bb replaces the An in the descending arpeggio over the D7. The B is more colorful and suggests chromatic voice-leading from the B .

The basic 3-5-7-9 arpeggios are followed by outline no. 3 in the exercise below. A very basic shape is shown on the top line. The bottom line is more embellished and rhythmically interesting and may represent how it might be in an improvised solo. It is important to be able to play the basic shapes before attempting to embellish them.

This exercise is the reverse of the previous one. This one begins with outline no. 3 followed by a 3- 5-7-9 arpeggio. The basic shapes are shown on the top line and more embellished and rhythmically active lines are shown on the bottom.

TRIADS & NEIGHBOR TONE GROUPS

Jarrett plays a simple triad shape in m.23. The basic idea is 3-5-1. Jarrett uses a neighbor tone group before playing the E.

Upper neighbor tones are usually diatonic and lower neighbor tones are chromatic. A simple 3-5-1 arpeggio is sequenced below for the progression.

Jarrett uses another 3-5-1 arpeggio in m.35, but begins with a neighbor tone group around the 3rd.

Apply this idea to the progression. As it becomes more familiar, try other rhythmic placements of the line.

The two neighbor tone groups could be combined in numerous other ways over any basic triad shape. Jarrett used a neighbor tone group around the root in m.23 and around the 3rd in m.35. The exercise below combines those groups and applies them to the progression.

ALTERED DOMINANT LINES

Jarrett plays an interesting embellishbmebnt #of outline no. 1 in mm.24-25. Jarrett’s embellishment calls.

Basic Outline No. 1Shape Jarrett’s Embellishment

This line is also useful resolving to major and may be applied to any of the V7 – I cadences in the progression.

Writers keep journals. Jazz improvisers and composers should keep notebooks of simple and embellished lines as a way of cataloging, fostering and keeping track of creative growth. All of these exercises can be transposed and used in other standard jazz progressions. Many of these exercises can be combined with one another in interesting ways. (For instance, try using one of the triad patterns with neighbor tone groupings to lead to the altered dominant line, then using another variation of the triad pattern when resolving to the I or i chord.)

All of these lines in Jarrett’s improvisation can be found in many other jazz solos, yet we can recognize his solos as uniquely Jarrett. As you internalize these common lines your own unique way of putting them together will emerge. Keep the metronome on and keep practicing!

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Eric Clapton – Layla (Live)

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Ennio Morricone “The Legend” His best Music

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Tracklist:

1 The Sicilian Clan (From “The Sicilian Clan”) 00:0003:56 2 Cinema paradiso (From “Cinema paradiso”) 03:5806:23 3 La califfa (From “The Lady Caliph”) 06:2509:01 4 Romanzo (From “1900”) 09:0313:08

5 Estasi (From “The Mercenary”) 13:1015:12 6 Love Theme for Nata (From “Cinema paradiso”) 15:1419:22 7 L’arena (From “The Mercenary”) 19:2424:06 8 Romanza quartiere (From “Quartiere”) 24:0827:46 9 Un amico (From “Revolver”) 27:4830:23

10 Ninna nanna per adulteri (From “Cuore di mamma”) 30:2533:27 11 The Trio (From “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”) 33:2940:41 12 Il pinguino (From “Vamos a matar, compañeros”) 40:4343:40 13 Come Maddalena (From “Maddalena”) 43:4252:52 14 The Strong (From “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”) 52:5455:16 15 My Fault? (From “My Name is Nobody”) 55:1801:00:06

16 La messicana (From “Vamos a matar, compañeros”) 01:00:0901:02:46 17 Face to Face – Interlude (From “Face to Face”) 01:02:4801:05:28 18 Minacciosamente lontano (From “The Hellbenders”) 01:05:3001:08:14 19 Il segreto (From “Il segreto”) 01:08:1501:10:56 20 The Sundown (From “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”) 01:10:5801:12:10 21 Childhood and Manhood (From “Cinema paradiso”) 01:12:1201:14:25 22 Tema di Ada (From “Novecento – 1900”) 01:14:2701:19:16 23 Barbablu’… Romantico (From “Barbablu'”) 01:19:1801:22:48 24 La cena (From “La califfa”) 01:22:5001:25:31

25 Abolisson (From “Queimada”) 01:25:3301:30:38 26 Notte di giorno (From “Una lucertola con la pelle di donna”) 01:30:4001:35:25 27 Mosca addio (From “Mosca addio”) 01:35:2701:40:17 28 In ogni casa una storia (From “Quartiere”) 01:40: 19 – 01:43:55 29 Amore come dolore (From “Le foto proibite di una signora per bene”) 01:43:5701:50:05 30 Irene (From “The Untouchables”) 01:50:0701:53:43

31 Il colore dei suoi occhi (From “La disubbidienza”) 01:53:4501:58:14 32 Via Mala: Silvie momento d’amore (From “Via Mala”) 01:58:1602:01:44 33 Love Scene 1 (From “Increase and Multiply”) 02:01:4602:07:38 34 Una fotografia (From “L’alibi”) 02:07:4002:10:12 35 Canzone senza parole (From “Farewell Moscow) 02:10:1502:13:06

36 La Banchiera (From “The Lady Banker”) 02:13:07 – 02:16:04 37 Falsa tranquillità (From “La monaca di Monza”) 02:16:06 – 02:19:12 38 Lei una voce (From “The Law of the Desert) 02:09:14

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BADEN POWELL & ROSINHA DE VALENCA BOSSA NOVA “Consolaçao”

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Baden Powell short biography

For almost half a century, the Brazilian born guitar player Baden Powell has been one of the key musicians among his country’s jazz scene. However, Powell’s work demonstrates a mastery of many classical guitar styles, from the South American tradition of flamenco to interpretations of the composer Johann Sebastian Bach.

Nevertheless, on the whole Powell built his reputation as an innovator of bossa nova or the marriage of Brazilian sambas and jazz, often aided by the poet and lyricist Vinicius de Moraes. Although his popularity in the United States has never truly expanded beyond jazz and guitar aficionados, Powell’s name has been virtually a household word in Europe from the early 1960s, when he relocated to that continent for several decades.

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Born in the a small shantytown, called a favela in Portuguese, Powell grew up amongst a musical family. His father Lino de Aquino was a fairly successful violinist, and his grandfather had been an important orchestra leader. Seeing that the young Powell had an attraction to musical instruments— he had been caught stealing his aunt’s violin—Lino decided to sent his son to study with the nationally famous composer and guitarist Jaime Florense. Florense, under the stage name of Meira, had made a name for himself in the 1940s as an accompanist for many Brazilian radio stars and immersed Powell in a vigorous diet of trade secrets of the classical musician.

All the while, the budding musician was seduced by the sounds of jazz musicians such as saxophone player Charlie Parker and pianist Thelonius Monk.

By the mid-1940s, Powell had become something of a minor child star in Brazil, largely through the help of Florense. “When I was nine, my father entered me in a radio amateur hour contest—without telling me,” Powell remembered to Guitar Review writer Brian Hodel in 1990. “I had been playing only two years, but I played well.” Powell won the contest, and the publicity gave Florense a lever with which to boost his protégé into other engagements.

In 1947, Powell appeared in the first ever Brazilian television program, performing jazz pieces on an electric guitar. After this point, Powell would carry out his work almost exclusively through acoustic instrumentation.

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Although Powell began playing professionally at the age of fifteen, it was not until the late 1950s that he began to take himself seriously as a composer, after his song “Samba Triste” became a popular hit for the singer Lucio Alves in 1956. However, it was not until his experience with the congealing school of bossa nova found in the Bar Plaza district of Rio de Janeiro that helped Powell develop his own flavor of songwriting.

While the exact origin of bossa nova is debated, it gained international fame in the 1960s through the work of artists such as Antonio Carlos Jobim, Joao and Astrud Giberto, Chico Buarque de Hollande, and Powell himself.

Became Hero among European Jazz Buffs

In the early 1960s, Powell began his partnership with Vinicius de Moraes, who was already Brazil’s foremost poet. With the delicate, sometimes nostalgic mode of Powell’s music accompanied by the understated lyrics of Moraes, the duo became instrumental in defining what bossa nova meant to the world. Although his reputation in his own country had peaked upon his teaming with Moraes, Powell was celebrated even more in Europe, where the cool jazz flavor of bossa nova raged in many clubs.

“In Brazil the audience is affectionate, but it is a very select group,” Powell told Hodel. “In Europe, the same people who attend a rock concert will listen to Artur Rubenstein, jazz, everything. There is just so much culture!” As a result, in 1963 Powell moved to Europe, which remained his base of operations for three decades.

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Toured Brazil playing guitar at Florense’s suggestion, 1947; had first success with Lucio Alves’s recording of song “Samba Triste,” 1956; met lyricist and partner Vinicius de Moraes, 1961; moved to Europe to record with artists such as Herbie Mann, 1963; toured Europe as a band leader, beginning in 1966; recorded in New York City with American saxophonist Stan Getz, 1967; performed at the Berlin Guitar Festival, 1967; recorded bossa nova styled album La Grande Reunion with Stephane Grappelli, 1974; recorded acclaimed album Seresta Brasiliera, 1994; released retrospective record The Guitar Artistry of Baden Powell, 1998.

Awards: second place in first Festival of Brazilian Popular Music for song “Valsa do Amor Que Nao Vem), written with Moraes, 1965; fourth place in Festival of Brazilian Popular Music for song “Cidade Vazia,” written with Lula Freire, 1966; won French Golden Disc Award for album Le Monde Musical de Baden Powell, 1967’; won Biennial Samba Competition with “Lapinha,” written with P.C. Pinheiro, 1968.

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Eu sei que vou te amar – Tom Jobim & Vinicius de Moraes (sheet music)

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