- Jazz manouche
Stanley Kubrick demande à Alex North d’étudier Alexandre Nevxki de Prokoviev, et cela se ressent dans la musique qu’il a composé pour Spartacus (cuivres et percussions) remarquable pour son célèbre "Love Theme" et l'inquiétant à la fin du Main Title !
Chanson du film de Robert Mulligan "Inside Daisy Clover" avec Nathalie Wood et Christopher Plummer (1965)
“I was getting famous at the time and I felt I needed to brush up on various aspects of my craft. So I said I’m going to do it my way. I wanted to get myself together, on my own. I used to practice on the Williamsburg Bridge, because I was living on the Lower East Side at the time” Sonny Rollins 61
"Pour la première de la saison, une édition exceptionnelle, dans laquelle je vous propose de revenir sur les thèmes de l'année avec un choix de versions non diffusées parmi les plus belles !" Laurent Valero
I hear music when I look at you, A beautiful theme of every. Dream I ever knew. Down deep in my heart I hear it play. I feel it start, then melt away. I hear music when I touch your hand, A beautiful melody. From some enchanted land. Down deep in my heart, I hear it say, Is this the day ?
Birdland was a famous jazz club in New York City located at 1678 Broadway at 44th Street, where pianist George Shearing, composer of “Lullaby of Birdland” first played in 1949 with clarinetist Buddy De Franco. That year, owner Morris Levy renamed the club Birdland in honor of Charlie “Bird” Parker !
It seems like a dream, yet I know it happened – A man, a maid, a kiss, and then goodbye – Romance was the theme – And we were the players – I never think of this without a sigh – Lover, one lovely day – Love came, planning to stay – Green Dolphin Street supplied the setting...
"I can remember when i lived in my beloved New York. When autumn came i would see the trees in Central-Park changing color from red to gold to gone. After walking those cold blocks you would duck into a small cocktail lounge or café and listen to George Shearing play Autumn in New-York !" 555kappock
En avant-première, les rêves musicaux de Biréli Lagrène dans “Storyteller” qui paraît le 16 novembre chez Naïve/Believe.
"One of the greatest jazz trumpeters of all time. His beret and horn-rimmed spectacles, his scat singing, his bent horn, pouched cheeks and his light-hearted personality were essential in popularizing bebop" Alyn Shipton, Gillespie's biographer
À son arrivée à Paris en 1942, Maurice Pon fait son entrée dans le métier par le théâtre. 1947, il écrit Bedelia pour Ray Ventura et ses collégiens, Henri Salvador en fait partie ! Les 2 hommes se lieront d'une longue amitié avec plus de 250 chansons, écrites à 4 mains à La Varenne Saint-Hilaire !
"My Way" a song popularized by Frank Sinatra. Its lyrics were written by Paul Anka and set to music based on the french song "Comme d'habitude" composed in 1967 by Claude François and Jacques Revaux, lyrics by Claude François and Gilles Thibault.
Mareva Galanter, Arielle Dombasle, Inna Modja et Helena Noguerra qui est aussi actrice, mannequin, auteure, présentatrice. "Elles vont vous faire irrépressiblement fredonner, ou siffloter, sourire à la lèvre, quand vous les entendrez et vous feront rêver dès que vous les verrez" Laurent Ruquier
Dr. Brown member of the State House of Representatives for Georgia, told Bernie about Dr. Brown’s daughter Georgia Brown and how subsequent to the baby girl’s birth on August 11, 1911 the Georgia General Assembly had issued a declaration that she was to be named, Georgia...
Duke Ellington trusted Billy Strayhorn's artistic gifts from the moment he joined the band in 1939 until Strayhorn's death in 1967 - Duke Ellington said of Billy Strayhorn after his passing, that he possessed : "Tonal supremacy, a mantle which he wore only with total grace..."