With the Charles Mingus Trio, Mingus Dynasty Band, The Ulrich Gumpert Workshop Band, and Indipendent Jazzwerkstatt Orchester.
An SACD remaster of this classic album.
This biography of the complex jazz composer and bassist Mingus is based on in-depth interviews held before his death, as well as insights from those who knew him best. With a preface, chronology, and index. Black & white photos by Sy Johnson.
Contents: Folk Forms, No. 1 (13:08) -- Original Faubus Fables (9:19) -- What Love? (15:23) -- All the Things You Could Be by Now if Sigmund Freud's Wife Was ... (8:33).
Contents: Consider Me -- Dizzy Profile -- Weird Nightmare -- Portrait -- Goodbye Pork Pie Hat -- Sweet Sucker Dance -- Invisible lady -- Duke Ellington's Sound of Love -- Dry Cleaner from Des Moines -- Noonlight -- Chair In the Sky -- Eclipse -- Jelly Roll.
The Finnish jazz quintet Tonight At Noon plays the music of Charles Mingus. Contents: Jump Monk -- Pithecanthropus Erectus -- Ecclusiastics -- Fables of Faubus -- Duke Ellington's Sound of Love -- East-costing -- What Love? -- Jelly Roll.
A remaster of this classic album by Mingus. Featuring John LaPorta.
Contents: A.T.F.W. (Art Tatum Fats Waller) [#] (4:17) -- Orange Was The Color Of Her Dress Then Blue Silk (14:28) -- Sophisticated Lady (7:54) -- Parkeriana (Dedicated To A Genius) (27:03).
This book includes lead sheets for B, B flat, E flat and bass instruments, as well as a play-along CD. Songs include: Better Get Hit In Your Soul; Boogie Stop Shuffle; Goodbye Pork Pie Hat; Gunslinging Bird; Jelly Roll; Nostalgia In Times Square; Portrait; Slippers; and more.
…With program and performance notes. Co-commissioned by the New World Symphony, America's Orchestral Academy and the San Francisco Symphony. Dedicated to Miki Cloud. Premiered in New York, April 2016. The music was inspired by Mingus's 1963 The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady. Of advanced difficulty.
The great jazz bassist Mingus was a truly pioneering figure in mid-century jazz. This is the first English-language book devoted solely to the study of his music. With a foreword, note from Sue Graham Mingus, introduction, bibliography and index.
Lieske: Bottom's Dream -- Westcoast -- Oriental -- Rush. Mingus: Good-Bye, Pork Pie Hat. Piazzolla: Tango Suite. Performed by guitarists Wulfin Lieske and Fabian Spindler.
Drawing on dozens of new interviews and archival materials, music critic Gene Santoro highlights the connections between Mingus and his music. With numerous b&w illustrations, preface, introduction, bibliography, discography, index.
Premiered by Antonio Duro Herrera at the 2000 Festival Internacional de Musica de Canaries. A set of variations on the song Goodbye Porkpie Hat, in the form of a Baroque suite. With an introduction in Spanish. Printed from manuscript.
Includes studies of Parker's Night in Tunisia, Cesari's Begin the Beguine, Monk's Straight No Chaser; Soft Machine's Out-Bloody-Rageous, and more. With a preface by Lewis Porter, introduction, bibliography, discography, index and music examples.
Contents: Tijuana Moods -- Mingus Ah Um -- Mingus Dynasty -- Alternate Takes -- Let My Children Hear Music -- Charles Mingus and Friends in Concert -- Epitaph.
Two discs of great music. With the Lionel Hampton Orchestra, Charles Mingus Quintet, Charles Mingus Orchestra, and more.