Wednesday, 18 May 2011

Richard Galliano: The essential - review

Richard Galliano, French accordionist adapted jazz solos, great trumpet of Clifford Brown to the instrument in the teens and (as it recently confirmed on memorable London gig of singer Kurt Elling) jazz ideas drive him, despite a career of music of the worldextending over many styles. This double-game represents recordings Dreyfus from 1985 to 2005, with top partners in range, including pianist Stefano Bollani, guitarist Bireli Lagrene and the pivots of the rhythmic section American as bassist George Mraz and drummer Al Foster. A full orchestra DeVore autour sensual ballads, swirling waltzes and sensual tangos of album of Astor Piazzolla of the accordionist Passatori and Piano Concerto No 1 Tchaikovsky Gets a solo accordion treatment that combines the power and the character frivolous, but essentiallyThis is a selection of jazz angle. Highlights the dramatic breaking Libertango on bassline of Palle Danielsson and Joey Baron of pressing beat cymbal; increased coffee-dance of light to the pristine brush of Daniel Humair and Jean-Francois Jenny-Clark bassline majestic on A French Touch; some fine, previously-unpublished, Piazzolla live material; and duets with the sensitivity of the Galliano to dynamics and its dazzling bop, improvise, with Michel Portal and Hammond organist Eddy Louiss Reed virtuoso.

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