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Page Artiste Keith Jarrett


Détails sur le produit

  • CD (6 juin 1995)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Ecm Records
  • ASIN : B0000261JN
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
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Disque : 1

  1. - 1st movement
  2. - 4th movement
  3. - 7th movement
  4. - 9th movement

Description du produit

Spheres (1st, 4th, 7th, 9th Movement)

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Format: CD
Sur cet orgue baroque qui a la particularité de fournir des notes au tempérament inégal, Keith Jarrett improvise de longues et lentes évolutions harmoniques. Ceux qui ont aimé 'Book of Ways' (au clavecin) seront probablement séduits par 'Spheres'. Bien loin de ses improvisations au piano, Keith Jarrett ne joue pas ici d'une manière virtuose mais il s'est attaché à nous faire entendre des sons très particuliers que seuls un orgue baroque peut produire (tempérament inégal de la gamme). Cette improvisation à l'orgue est aussi très loin du style des organistes du XXe siècle.
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Par Aurélien Bloch MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 18 septembre 2011
Format: CD
Encore une fois, un disque viscéral, mystique, glauque et génial,

Très sombre, et s'aventurant loin dans nos recoins d'ombre : dans l'abysse de nos angoisses, les sous-terrains de nos peurs.

à mi chemin entre la musique contemporaine (Messiaen) et l'électronique psychédélique de Klaus Shulze (penser Irrlicht et Cyborg), mais SANS L'ÉLECTRONIQUE !!!

Mais comment fait-il pour produire des sons pareils avec un orgue baroque ?

Parfois, on croirait même entendre les flûtes irlandaises Uilean Pipes !!!

Un must, pour tous les amateurs de ces minuits de l'âme !

Laissez vous lacérer par la caresse des sanglots longs de l'orgue agonisant de Keith Jarrett, le pionnier de la Kraut Musik kosmish-acoustik !!!
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Bizarre sounds, not music 25 septembre 2013
Par Diogenes - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is not music but screeching noise - much worse than fingernails raking the blackboard.

It could be useful: Interviewers might play it for uncooperative subjects, with the promise it would stop when they told all. It wouldn't take long and their deepest secrets would be revealed.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Exquisite Music 4 décembre 2012
Par Fannie Lee Lowe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
SPHERES is an excellent collection of daring compositions by Keith Jarrett that I did not know existed until I happened upon this cd by chance. I am extremely happy I bought it. The product arrived on time and in excellent condition.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Keith Jarrett's Musical Odyssey for Organ 5 février 2012
Par Miles White - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I have been listening to Hymns Spheres for many years, often in the morning with a pot of jasmine pearl green tea as a meditative process. Hymns Spheres turned 35 years old in September 2011, but is still fresh, the very definition of timeless -- a work of modernity that seems always on the cutting edge. I have managed to find, through various legal Internet sources, the complete suite of 9 movements including the opening and closing hymns, which are very majestic. The complete suite is a journey. Omitting any of them takes away from the full experience of Keith's journey at that moment; the 4 movements in the CD are among my favorites, but it is not the full experience. If one has the hour and a half to be still and listen to the entire piece, understanding lies at the end. To suggest that it is self indulgent is not to fully understand it, I think.

I disagree with interpretations that the music is all about sadness. I would not describe it in such terms, even though there are strains of melancholy, and perhaps the ethereal kind of bittersweet awareness of life's occasion pain, and yes, moments of deep sadness but also of transcendent ecstasy, but it hardly revels in one emotion. In the end, it is a profound revelation of great wonder, deeply spiritual and moving, of great emotional depth and soberness. This is a personal testament of faith set to music.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Still No MP3 nor CD of this Complete Work of Art 29 décembre 2009
Par Fredric Quinn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Well with this cusp-of-2010 review I add my voice to the choir wondering out loud why ECM has still *failed* to release this wondrous work of audio art in digitized form. As with pretty much everyone else who offered a review I own the LP and have waited what appears to be some 33 years for ECM to *get with the program*. I knew what i was getting when i'd first heard most of it on some college radio station perhaps in the early 80's and was transformed by its ability to craft soundscapes of Jarret's own take on the ability of music to evoke the spiritual , dare I suggest the sacred. And, because of my love of what this *entire* album can achieve when one listens to it with the same willingness to loose oneself in it the way one curls up with a great book , I only played the LP once for transfer to audio cassette , not wanting to risk a single scratch to distract from the pureness of this meditation in cathedral organ performance , and listened to that for many years till it was ultimately misplaced and lost.
But , hell , I didn't mind because I figured I'd just wait for the CD version to arrive. That wait has now spanned over a quarter century into the 21st century. One would think that if the cost of merchandise itself was the issue that made ECM shy of re-releasing it as a physical CD they would at the very least be able to release the work in its original entirety via MP3. Alas ECM is not capable of even that and one wonders if the current business owners of the ECM catalogue is even aware of this piece in its inventory. I guess that means nothing less than a formal *on line* petition from owners of the LP is the only avenue left seeing as how the Amazon review forum isn't sufficient. One might seek to contact Keith Jarret himself and see if he could rattle the ECM cage that holds this apparently forgotten work of his hostage before he passes from the scene entirely.
Suffice it to say that my lending my voice towards getting this piece released in its unadulterated original completeness says all there is to be said about the quality of this work of musical art.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Beautiful baroque organ improvisations! 19 juin 1999
Par Ray - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Recorded in September 1976 at Ottobeuren Abbey, W.Germany- and a unique diversion from his earlier works- Keith Jarrett paint's a beautifully evocative, sad, and poignant landscape of sound (both beautifully harmonic and wonderfully dissonant) on the "Trinity Organ", the larger of the Karl Joseph Riepp (1715-1775) Organs at the Benedictine Abbey Ottobeuren. According to the original album liner notes: "No overdubs, technical ornamentations or additions were utilized, only the pure sound of the organ in the abbey is heard. Many of the unique effects, although never before used, were accomplished by pulling certain stops part way, while others remain completely open or closed. Amazingly, baroque organs have always had this capability."

These pieces have always affected me in a deep and reflective way (to me the music is both sad and uplifting) and 20 years after initially purchasing the double-album on ECM (originally titled "Hymns Spheres" Catalog# ECM-2-1086) the music still has the same affect.

Sadly, two pieces -the original recording's opening and closing compositions titled "Hymn Of Remembrance" and "Hymn Of Release"- were ommitted, probably due to time constraints. Still, I highly recommend "Spheres" although I wish ECM released this work intact as a double-CD release.

- Ray

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