JUKEBOX AND VIDEO CLIPS
To hear some free jazz online go to www.jango.com and go to the jazz section.
Some Video Clips to Watch
Ganesha - hr Big Band from Frankfurt, Germany. Solos by Rudresh Mahanthappa - alto; Raman Kalyan - flute, Tony Lakatos - tenor, Jim McNeely - arranger. Great fusion of jazz and Indian music.
Weak - Gretchen Parlato with the hr Big Band with terrific solo by Tony Lakatos.
Some great guitar tunes written and played by John Lambizi, an Italian living in Kecskemet, Hungary.
Drum tuition - take your pick
Jazz guitar tuition - lots to choose from
The Bill Evans Trio playing My Foolish Heart
Monica Zetterlund with The Bill Evans Trio
Transciption of John Coltrane's solo
Another one from Maria Schneider
Zoltan Lantos (Hungarian jazz violinist)and Kornel Hovath (drums)
Wacky videos by Steve Peterson - look at Last Call
Igor Butman - fabulous Russian tenor player
The incredible guitarist,Enver Izmailov
Jerry Philipps, manualist - something else to do with your hands
What to do when the drummer doesn't turn up
Amazing guitar player, Tony Melendez
How to play in 11/4 and other gems!
Fancy taking up an unusual instrument - try the theremin
Orrin Keepnews on recording Bill Evans Trio at the Village Vanguard
music around the world, literally
Sergio Mendes talking about the CD Encanto
Return to Forever - Reunion
The unbelievable Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra from Venezuela
Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra playing mambos - have you ever seen such enthusiasm from an audience or musicians?
Some great violin, guitar, percussion and bass playing from the same concert as the above.
Songs and sounds of the Mbuti Pygmies of the Ituri Rainforest in Southern Africa
Ondrej Smeykal - a true genius playing didgeridoo
Barbara Dennerlein -an extraordinary hammond organist!
Backstage with Tanzanian musicians at the Bela Fleck African Project
Jazz improvisation on a 5 octave Array mbira
Congolese music and very erotic dancing...wow!!!
Le Jazz Kora Jazz Trio HD - what would Monk have said about this? Terrific drummer
West African Drumming from Mali
Amazigh music and dancers - plus a few horses.
Lebanese belly dance music or perhaps you might prefer this music (If anyone wants a rehearsal pianist for belly-dancing just call me.)
A phenominal recorder player playing a Michael Brecker solo - wonderful
A nose job
Chakrulo - Rustavi Choir from Tibilisi, Georgia - beautiful resonant singing.
More beautiful Indian music - wonderful flute playing
A young Afghan boy singing a classical Afghan song
A school for reviving Afghan music. Can anyone help out. Send instruments, not bombs.
Nice tango music and 2 fantastic dancers.
A troop of tango dancers!
Fantastic vocalist called Joyce from Brazil
Another great song from Joyce.
a Latin version of Joy Spring by 2 Brazilian musicians, Cesar Camargo Mariano e Romero Lubambo
How to play Berimbau - which is a feature of Brazilian music
A great steel drum player.
Caribbean Steel Band. Useful information about steel drums on video. Sorry, can't resist this one
the amazing Puerto Rican percussionist, Giovanni Hidalgo
Arturo Sandoval in Madrid (hats off to the pianist too)
Al Jarreau with Steve Gadd and Percussionist
Honky Tonk Train Blues by Meade Lux Lewis - a classic
Boogie Woogie Dream - Albert Ammons and Pete Johnson - incredible!!
Some more boogie woogie from Meade Lux Lewis - wow, he could really play, sounds like a whole band
Oscar Peterson solo piano - I can't get started
A funny one
Coco Zhao, vocalist from Shanghai
Coco Zhao, vocalist and featuring Jens Bunge on harmonica.
Toe-playing guitar player
Something else by the same composer
Gary Burton explains his grip
The Drummer - a great short film about something we all dread!
2 year 0ld singing Amazing Grace (better than most other versions on youtube).
Ravi Shankar and daughter Anoushka - wonderful!
Lee Ritenour with Akiro Jimbo, Abraham Laboriel and Otmaro Ruiz
Sofia Ribeiro and Gui Duvignau
Inti Illimani and Fransesca Gagnon My thanks to LatinColours.com for the last 4 items.
Gliding over the waves by Vladimir Vorobyov Thanks Vladimir for this one.
The fantastic Cuban pianist Alfredo Rodriguez playing Crossing the Border
Monica Zetterlund looks back on herself singing Some Other Time with Bill Evans. Priceless.
The MozART group from Poland
The fantastic Gretchen Parlato with an incredible piano solo by Taylor Eigsti
A story about Miles from Keith Jarrett
Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea Duo
Chick Corea y Paco de Lucia
Bela Szakcsi Lakatos band at Sibiu Jazz Festival
Michael Brecker plays Softly as in a morning sunrise
Miles with Quincy replaying the original Gil Evans' score
Stefano Bollani, pianist with his trio
Enrico Rava (trumpet) with Stefano Bollani
The wonderful Eliane Elias playing The Way You Look Tonight
Zambezi Express - a South African musical
Marian McPartland interview with Bill Evans -part 1
Marian McPartland interview with Bill Evans -part 2
Michel Petrucciani plays Round Midnight
Toots Thielemans plays Bluesette
Buranovskiya Babushki (the grannies of Buranovo in the Udmurt Republlic - European Song Contestants for 2012).
Vanessa Rodrigues demonstrates montuno (tambao) patterns - series of tutorials
Interview with Herbie Hancock
Bill Evans sings Santa Claus is coming to town
2 drummers auditioning for a jazz course
Charlie Mingus Big Band
Round Midnight - New York Voices
Short Ride in a Fast Machine - classical music by John Adams. Superb!
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