A collection of classic mountain ballads recorded in the 1920's and 30's by come of the all-time great traditional American performers. Features the earliest recording (1929) of haunting ballad, Man of Constant Sorrow.
From the start of his intermittent side career as a jazz pianist, esteemed conductor and composer Andre Previn has shown more feeling for the form than most classical artists who cross over. Going beyond a recreational involvement in improvised music, he has deepened his playing since skimming stylistic surfaces on his bestselling My Fair Lady album of nearly 50 years ago. Now 78, he gives us what may be his most satisfying jazz recording in Alone: Ballads for Solo Piano. The solo format allows him to reflect his debt to piano masters including Art Tatum, Erroll Garner, and Bud Powell in ways his work with trios and combos hasn't, while showing off his super-refined lyrical touch with its sophisticated sense of color.
Incorporating country-style electric guitar into rock, Glen Campbell has deservedly enjoyed mega-star status ever since the late sixties. Now we can all appreciate these early examples of Glen s fine singing and playing talents in this superb 2 disc collection. Some of these tracks are with the Green River Boys
Retrouvez en partitions arrangées pour Piano Facile 24 ballades romantiques et mélancoliques, indispensable au repertoire du pianiste !
Grab your guitar and let your feelings flow. Many ballads in rock music have turned into modern classics. From now on and thanks to Rock Ballads, every musician can produce emotional songs with powerful rock sound in his studio. We proudly preset Rock Ballads, the intense result of a production lasting a few months. This library offers timeless song starters, being extensively produced on the highest possible level. Rock Ballads consists of 20 construction kits, recorded by versed studio musicians. A broad bandwidth of sensitive and emotional songs to lay the foundation for your ambitious compositions. Rock Ballads targets demanding musicians and producers.
Formed at the dawn of the progressive rock era in 1969, Gentle Giant seemed poised for a time in the mid-'70s to break out of its cult-band status, but somehow never made the jump. Somewhat closer in spirit to Yes and King Crimson than to Emerson, Lake & Palmer or the Nice, their unique sound melded hard rock and classical music, with an almost medieval approach to singing…