СОНИ РОЛИНС ИНТЕРВЈУ: „ЈА САКАМ МУЗИКА СЕ РАЗБИРА, НО НЕ ЈА СЛУШАМ ПОВЕЌЕ… ДОСТА ФРУСТРИРАЧКИ Е ДА СЛУШАМ МУЗИКА КОГА НЕ МОЖАМ ДА ПРАКТИЦИРАМ ”

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Retirement has never had a precise agepoint in the creative industries. Practitioners, certainly improvising musicians, often go on far longer than in other fields, for a number of reasons, from artistic integrity to financial necessity; or in Sonny Rollins’ case, an unflagging dedication to their life’s work. He was still playing as a sprightly octogenarian, his […]

Чик Кореа: Греми џез добитник почина на 79-годишна возраст

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Chick Corea, a towering jazz pianist with a staggering 23 Grammy Awards who pushed the boundaries of the genre and worked alongside Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock has died, he was 79. Corea died Tuesday 9 February from a rare form of cancer, his team posted on his website His death was confirmed by Corea’s web and […]

Lee Konitz: Influential saxophonist and pioneer of experimental jazz

Ли Кониц: Влијателен саксофонист и пионер на експерименталниот џез

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The alto saxophonist Lee Konitz was an innovative figure in jazz for more than 70 years and was the last surviving member of the groundbreaking Birth of the Cool group whose late-1940s recordings influenced a generation of musicians. Konitz, who has died aged 92 after contracting coronavirus, came of musical age during the bebop movement, which revolutionised […]

Многу познати музичари не напуштија во пандемиската 2020 година

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Во пандемиските настани годинава: 2020, во опасност се доведени темелните вредности на човечката цивилизација. Многу познати музичари не напуштија. Со нивната музичка виртуозност тие засекогаш ќе останат меѓу нас. Little Richard, Tony Allen, McCoy Tyner, Betty Wright, Hamilton Bohannon,...

Willis Conover 1969

" Време е за џез - Ова е Вилис Коновер во Вашингтон, Д. Ц., со Гласот на Америка - Џез час."

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Well, well my FB friends…I am simply privileged, honoured and a bit excited that I write something about a person who was one of my first connections and “windows” to jazz music, a man who did an incredible educational and introductory job, teaching me and giving me the first lessons of jazz music, history, styles…He […]