Lars Danielsson: 20 Impromptus For Piano & 1 Solo Piece For Contrabass

Livre | Piano, Contrebasse

Éditeur: Bosworth
Artiste: Lars Danielsson
Format: Partitions | Songbook Mixte
Swedish bassist, cellist, composer and arranger Lars Danielsson is renowned and admired throughout the International jazz world for his lyrical melodies and strong groove. This collection brings together 20 Impromptus For Piano And 1 Solo Piece For Contrabass, composed by Danielsson in his idiosyncratic style.

Born in 1958, Danielsson originally studied classical Cello at the conservatory in Gothenburg before changing to Bass and jazz. He has since become one of the most in-demand bassists in the world, recognised and admired for his rounded sound that's both lyrical and powerful. Having played with a virtually endless list of international stars, including Michael and Randy Brecker, John Scofield and Charles Lloyd, Danielsson's track record as a leader is equally unparalleled, bringing his talent for simple and catchy melodies together with his instinct for putting together groups of musicians.

If you're a fan of Lars Danielsson, or you just want some fantastic jazz tunes to play for Solo Piano, with an extra piece for Contrabass, this collection of 20 Impromptus has been selected by the artist himself and is sure to satisfy any progressive pianist.
Numéro ISBN: 9783865439154
Publié le: 25 janvier 2016
Nombre de pages: 96
Langue: Anglais
Numéro de catalogue: BOE7808
 

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