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Instrumentalists, singers, bandleaders, composers and arrangers, and all-around jazz enthusiasts. From classic to contemporary, bebop to Latin, big band to solo vocal ballads - find it all here.

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Paquito D'Rivera Workshop

Visit this discussion to see Latin jazz legend Paquito D'Rivera's video responses to questions by Musical Exchange members like you.

This is part of a discussion series related to the music of Paquito D'Rivera that we will be posting between now and the release of the webcast of the Latin Jazz Traditions concert, which took place on May 16, 2014, in Zankel Hall.

 

Discussion Forum

Compare and Contrast Recordings: Song for Maura

Listen to the two recordings of Song for Maura. What musical differences do you notice?Post two recordings or videos of a different piece and tell us about the musical similarities and differences.Continue

Tags: D'Rivera, Paquito

Started by Carnegie Hall Jul 1, 2014.

"Basstronaut": Unusual Featured Instruments

Paquito D'Rivera's composition "Basstronaut" is a rare example of a piece that features both the acoustic and electric bass. Watch the version below, featuring John Goldsby on upright and Oscar Stagnaro on electric. Then, share a recording of piece…Continue

Tags: electric, feature, composition, acoustic, bass

Started by Zack Sulsky Jun 16, 2014.

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Comment by Jonathon Hampton on May 18, 2012 at 12:09pm

My favorit is Nat "King" Cole's Nature Boy

Comment by Roxie. J. Zhuang on May 18, 2012 at 10:41am

What is your favorite jazz song?

Comment by ipshita on May 16, 2012 at 1:05am

Here is one of my favorite Peggy Lee number's

 Peggy lee and Benny Goodman

Comment by Jonathon Hampton on May 15, 2012 at 5:59pm

@Mohab: There's not a specific project scheduled right now, but feel free to collaborate with members of the group - share your music, thoughts, performances, questions - and let's see what comes of it. I'm sure the group and ideas will grow as there's more activity and new members see what's going on. Lead the way!

@Ipshipta: Why don't you share a favorite song or two of Peggy Lee's so we can all get a feel? Thanks!

Comment by Mohab Hussein on May 15, 2012 at 4:48pm

hey all :)
glad to find all that amount of jazz lovers
wanna ask how this workshop is gonna be ? instructions or sessions will be held ? 

Comment by Roxie. J. Zhuang on May 15, 2012 at 9:04am

I love Buble's voice and I think he's a combination of Sinatra, Elvis and Dean Martin etc.. Since I won't hear those singers sing live anymore, I enjoy Buble's concert. It's definitely very different from recent pop singers.

I thought he was just a singer who happened to have a great voice until I heard some of the song he wrote, especially "Home". 

Comment by ipshita on May 14, 2012 at 1:37pm

not a big fan of buble either. Listening to a lot of Peggy lee these days. she's again done a lot of the oldie pop stuff and some jazz numbers too like black coffee. Can she be called a jazz artist?

Comment by Jonathon Hampton on May 14, 2012 at 12:49pm

Glad to see so many new members in the group as we kick things off.

@Roxie: Michael Bublé has most recently won Grammys in the catergory of Pop, and has a lot of awards for Jazz. He's all over the map, but definitely trending pop these day. I think can generally be classified in the "Easy Listening" genre that's associated with sentimental ballads and lounge music, similar to Norah Jones and Nat "King" Cole.

Wikipedia defines it as "a broad style of popular music and radio format that emerged in the 1950s, evolving out of big band  music, and related to MOR (middle-of-the-road) music as played on many AM radio stations." For me, he's the artist I hate to love! Great voice, but it's a bit affected, sounding too much like Sinatra in my opinion. What do you all think?

Comment by Roxie. J. Zhuang on May 14, 2012 at 7:42am

Is Michael Buble classified as a jazz singer, or maybe swing?

Comment by ipshita on May 12, 2012 at 3:14am

Absolutely love Jazz!! Have seen Benny Goodman videos on youtube performing at Carnegie Hall. Its awesome!

 

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