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9 thoughts on “ Concierto De Aranjuez (Adagio) - Miles Davis - Sketches Of Spain (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. This is one of the four albums where Miles and Gil Evans (arranger & conductor) were together with a small orchestra of horns and percussion, and it was fueled by Spanish melodies that fascinated Davis to the point he needed to get into them and go beyond: "El Concierto de Arajuez" by Joaquí­n Rodrigo and "El Amor Brujo" by Manuel de Falla. Davis and Evans put .
  2. Jun 05,  · Is this even jazz? Sketches of Spain was perhaps the first Miles Davis album to inspire this question, though it certainly wouldn't be the last. Originally released in , it was Davis.
  3. The remastered CD of Miles Davis' Sketches of Spain contains an alternate version of "Concierto de Aranjuez." At least, I think that it is an alternate. It's actually divided into two tracks and clocks in about 40 seconds under the original's time.
  4. Sketches of Spain, an Album by Miles Davis. Released on Sony (catalog no. SRCS ; CD). Genres: Third Stream, Modal Jazz.
  5. Sketches of Spain is the most luxuriant and stridently romantic recording Davis ever made. To listen to it in the 21st century is still a spine-tingling experience, as one encounters a multitude of timbres, tonalities, and harmonic structures seldom found in the music called jazz.
  6. Oct 28,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Sketches Of Spain on Discogs/5().
  7. Miles Davis at Carnegie Hall is a live album by American jazz musician Miles Davis. Subtitled The Legendary Performances of May 19, , it was released by Col WAX TRAX now open for browsing 7 days a week.
  8. A1 Concierto De Aranjuez (Adagio) A2 Will O' The Wisp (From "El Amor Brujo") B1 The Pan Piper B2 Saeta B3 Solea
  9. Sketches Of Spain July 18, Buy / Stream Now George Avakian, who was in charge of an ethnic music series at Columbia directed by the ethno-musicologist Alan Lomax, especially wanted Gil Evans to work with flamenco because of his knowledge of Spanish composers.

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