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Sonny Rollins : live at Laren ; Ben Webster : Big Ben in Europe

Author: Sonny Rollins; Ben Webster; Rhapsody Films.; EFOR Films.
Publisher: Andorra : EforFilms, [2004?]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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""Sonny Rollins: live at Laren" is precisely that, the testimony to the recital that was given in 1973 at the Festival of Laren, the Netherlands, by the great tenor saxophonist, whose contribution to the consolidation of hard bop was decisive. Rollins appeared on the jazz scene when a lot of young musicians were beginning to look for derivations to the bebop that had been 'craeted' by Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Sonny Rollins; Ben Webster; Sonny Rollins; Ben Webster
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Sonny Rollins; Ben Webster; Rhapsody Films.; EFOR Films.
OCLC Number: 60747757
Notes: Title from container.
"Sonny Rollins: live at Laren" is precisely that, the testimony to the recital that was given in 1973 at the Festival ofLaren, the Netherlands ... "Big Ben: Ben Webster in Europe," a film made by Johan van der Kreuken in 1967 in Amsterdam, where the great saxophonist lived his last years."
Performer(s): Performers: Sonny Rollins (tenor saxophone), Walter Davis, Jr. (piano), matsuo (guitar), Bob Crenshaw (bass), David Lee (drums).
Description: 1 videodisc (67 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; Hi-fi stereo.
Contents: There is no greater love --
Don't stop the carnival --
Alfie --
St. Thomas.
Other Titles: Ben Webster.
Responsibility: Rhapsody Films a Bruce Rickter presentation.

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""Sonny Rollins: live at Laren" is precisely that, the testimony to the recital that was given in 1973 at the Festival of Laren, the Netherlands, by the great tenor saxophonist, whose contribution to the consolidation of hard bop was decisive. Rollins appeared on the jazz scene when a lot of young musicians were beginning to look for derivations to the bebop that had been 'craeted' by Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker. Among those who aspired to revolutionize the routine which bop had become, Rollins was one of the most radical. This concert in which he is accompanied by a magnificent rhythm section, is like a synopsis of his career because it serves to display his habitual sense of musical irony."--Container.

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