venerdì 3 aprile 2009
giovedì 2 aprile 2009
mercoledì 1 aprile 2009
complete concert part 1 and part 2 (no password)
Keith Jarrett Piano Solo, Bern, 1973 (25 minutes around, audio good)
domenica 29 marzo 2009
martedì 24 marzo 2009
Keith Jarrett Trio Standards: LIve, Lyon France, 1985
(for the live tour concerts on 1985, see the older posts in this blog)
lunedì 23 marzo 2009
Keith Jarrett Piano Solo, Paris, Apollo, May, 24, 1970
Probable first piano solo concert of Jarrett.
Arnulf Mueller wrote his suggestions about this concert:
This is in deed a very unusual concert - you can watch him creating his unique solo form. There are very less interruptions, he wanted to play through - even when he changes the instruments. And musically: you can here a lot of great ideas, experimental parts as well as romantic lines. A lot of people are thinking, Jarrett starts with his solo shows in 1972. So I have posted the link and your question to the Jarrett yahoo-group. One member wrote back some minutes ago:
giovedì 12 marzo 2009
Keith Jarrett Piano Solo Live Town Hall, April, 4, 1992
This is a beautifull concert in "The Melody at Night with You" style, but 7 years before the ECM pubblication!
domenica 1 marzo 2009
giovedì 19 febbraio 2009
Recorded live in Shelburne, Vermont, August 26, 1977
lunedì 16 febbraio 2009
NYC Avery Fisher Hall 1988
This concert have a bad quality audio, but it is a very strange and unique tension concert.
Kaith played the first part with a rithmic chord invention very suggestive. Here you can heard also a good influence from Bach opera.
Write Arnulf Muller:
27 min: it starts near to a Bach Choral (!), then coming into a dark
interval style with an apocalyptic climax! wow! You said it right: a kind of
mystic experience. In deed, quality is not really perfect, - I hope I will
hear it some day in my life in an ECM quality. This three concerts (Paris -
Madrid - NY from 88) belongs together and that is piano history in the 20
Century - no one did this before and later and probably won´t do similiar in
the next 100 years - and this is not overdone!"