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Last Tango in Paris & Jazztango's

Last Tango in Paris & Jazztango's

  • Door I Compani
  • Release 27-9-2011
  • Muziekgenre Jazz
  • Media-indeling CD
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The movie LAST TANGO IN PARIS was directed by Bernardo Bertolucci in 1972. Main characters were Marlon Brando and Maria Schneider. Saxophonist Gato Barbieri wrote the beautifull tunes and they were orchestrated by Oliver Nelson. The film and the music became a big hit. In 2009 the jazz Ensemble I Compani and strings toured with a production called Last Tango in Paris and Jazztango's. The music by Gato Barbieri was re-arranged and adepted by the Dutch Film Composer and Jazz pianist Loek Dikker. The Jazztango's were composed by Bo van de Graaf and some of them arranged Frans Vermeerssen and Falk Hübner. This project was played in Holland, Germany, Luxemburg and Italy and is still on the program of I Compani. FROM THE PRESS: (....) The band certainly lived up to them, above and beyond even. The temperamental contrasts in Barbieri's music are heavily accentuated, the mellow string sections of the original were skillfully translated to a 'string quartet' section (double bass, cello, two violins) by this ensemble. Van de Graaf and trumpet player Jeroen Doomernik were operating on the front line and improvised in a very catchy way. The combination with scenes from the films, that had or hadn't been edited, worked effectively. Sometimes the dialogue gained the upper hand and at other times the image was distorted to an abstract illumination of sounds. One amplified the other, and isn't that a functional requirement of a good soundtrack? More tango before the break in which the compositions of the leader in this genre, Bo van de Graaf, were next. The 'nuevo tango' by Astor Piazolla was used as a guideline. And so bandoneon player Michel Mulder had ample opportunity to make his dark note slingers shine more than after the break. Once again there was sharp and to-the-point improvisation. But the star part was reserved for the dramatically employed strings, lead by ferociously striking violin player Tessa Zoutendijk, once again supplemented by beautiful images. If felt as if she had entered into a physical pact with her instrument, passion expressed on taught strings. Hessel Fluitman for Leeuwarder Courant (....) the wonderful melodies by Barbieri are provided with plenty of space and the ruttish, vocal tone of Van de Graaf fits well next to the polished sound of Doomerniks trumpet. (Herman te Loo Jazzflits) (...) Bo van de Graaf plays a warm and strong tenor sax sound. He masters the 'Gato Barbieri growl' and his intervals resemble the performance of Sonny Rollins. (Jacques Los Draaiomjeoren)

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Kunstenaar: I Compani
Titel: Last Tango in Paris & Jazztango's
Genre: Jazz
Releasedatum: 27-9-2011
Label: CD Baby
Media-indeling: CD
UPC: 8710101810027
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