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WEST MEETS EAST ( Various CD )

WEST MEETS EAST ( Various CD )

Tytuł:Indian Music And Its Influence

On The West BOX 3CD

Wytwórnia:EL

Rok:1955-62/RN

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85,00 zł

Jazz  ,Classical,  Stage & Screen , Psych - rock

 

Wydanie- tekturowe pudełko z zawartością trzech  CD (albumy wydane w formie  mini - lp)

+ 32 stronicowa książeczka

 

This presentation comprises key recordings by major Western jazz, exotica and classical artists under the spell of Indian music and culture, combined with the long, perfumed recordings by Ravi Shankar and his Indian contemporaries which most influenced them.

 

Various ‎– West Meets East (Indian Music And Its Influence On The West)

 

TRACK LISTING

DISC ONE
1. SINDHI BHAIRAVI (MORNING RAGA) – Ravi Shankar
2. SEXTET INDIA – John Coltrane
3. MY FAVORITE THINGS – John Coltrane
4. RAAG YAMAN KALYAN: TEEN TALA (EVENING RAGA) –
   Ali Akbar Khan
5. CALCUTTA BLUES – Dave Brubeck Quartet
6. NEW DELHI – Cannonball Adderley Quintet Plus
7. NEW DELHI – Victor Feldman Quartet

DISC TWO
1. LEFT ALONE – Eric Dolphy Quintet
2. DARBARI KANADA (ALAP & GAT IN TEENTAAL)
   (DEEP NIGHT RAGA) – Sharan Rani
3. INDIA – Sun Ra And His Arkestra
4. LONELY WOMAN – Ornette Coleman Quartet
5. MIRAGE FOR MILES –
   Paul Horn Quintet featuring Emil Richards
6. MILESTONES – Miles Davis
7. MODAL – Joe Harriott Quintet
8. MIYAN KI MALHAR (RAINY SEASON RAGA) –
   Ustad Vilayat Khan & Ustad Imrat Khan

DISC THREE
1. EL TORO –
   Chico Hamilton Quintet featuring Gabor Szabo
2. TABLA SOLO (TRITALA RHYTHM) – Chatur Lal
3. ECOS JEREZANOS (ECHOES FROM JEREZ) – Sabicas
4. LOVE DANCE – Yusef Lateef
5. BEFORE DAWN – Yusef Lateef
6. JALSAGHAR (THE MUSIC ROOM) – TITLE MUSIC –
    Ustad Vilayat Khan

TEEN KANYA (THREE GIRLS) – Satyajit Ray
7. TEEN KANYA – TITLE MUSIC
8. THE FATEFUL NIGHT (MONIHARA)
9. MRINMOYEE SAD (SAMAPTI)

10. IMPROVISATION ON THE THEME OF PATHER PANCHALI – Ravi Shankar & Bud Shank
11. BLACK NARCISSUS – TITLE MUSIC – Brian Easdale
12. BLACK NARCISSUS – KANCHI'S DANCE – Brian Easdale
13. MOONLIGHT ON THE GANGES – Martin Denny
14. HAREM SILKS FROM BOMBAY –
   Les Baxter's Orchestra
15. THE LEFT ARM OF BUDDHA – Les Baxter's Orchestra
16. THE PRINCE OF THE PAGODAS: WATER DANCES (EXCERPT) – Benjamin Britten
17. LITTLE UGLY GIRL, EMPRESS OF THE PAGODAS FROM MA MERE L'OYE – Maurice Ravel
18. ONDINE FROM GASPARD DE LA NUIT – Maurice Ravel

QUATRE POÈMES HINDOUS – Maurice Delage
19. MADRAS
20. LAHORE
21. BENARÈS
22. JAIPUR

23. VOILES FROM PRÉLUDES FOR PIANO – BOOK ONE – Claude Debussy
24. PAGODES FROM ESTAMPES FOR PIANO –
    Claude Debussy
25. ROMANIAN FOLK DANCES FOR PIANO – Béla Bartók

 

 

 

Ravi Shankar opened the ears of millions to the wondrous aesthetics of India's ancient musical tradition.' George Harrison

'Any player on any instrument, with any ears, would be moved by Ravi Shankar. If you love music it would be impossible not to be.' David Crosby, the Byrds

'We'll be able to get plastic sitars in our cornflakes soon' Steve Marriott, Small Faces

• In the fifties, the influence of Indian music on the West manifested itself in the work of John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck, Eric Dolphy and Ornette Coleman: pioneer jazz musicians of a golden generation who were fascinated by its form and how it worked as a model of improvisation, the skill that lay at the heart of their own art.

• A decade later, It took the Beatles to catapult Indian music to the forefront of public awareness and make the sound of the sitar a common feature of popular culture in the West. Their engagement with the ancient classical music of the subcontinent started an avalanche of similar experiments in the rock and pop world, engendering what Ravi Shankar called 'the Sitar Explosion'. For a while, the sitar or some other element from Indian music was increasingly heard in the background of general texture of recordings by many famous British groups: the Rolling Stones, Traffic, Kinks, Yardbirds, to name but a few, while musicians working in the domestic folk-rock field such as Pentangle, the Incredible String Band, and the guitarist Davy Graham also picked up on it. In the United States, aspects of Indian music would be absorbed both by such psychedelic bands as The Byrds, The Doors, Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane and by composers of new music, the minimalists: Terry Riley, La Monte Young, Steve Reich and Philip Glass.

• But Western fascination with Orientalism was not entirely new; its piquancy is evident in the works of such impressionists as Claude Debussy, Benjamin Britten and Maurice Ravel, a composer considered to be the father of Exotica, whose sound world is at the heart of the works of Exotica's most formidable icons, Les Baxter and Martin Denny.

• This presentation comprises key recordings by major Western jazz, exotica and classical artists under the spell of Indian music and culture, combined with the long, perfumed recordings by Ravi Shankar and his Indian contemporaries which most influenced them.

• Comes with a 32 page booklet

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