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  1. Fabriqué in France Recorded in New York on October , (C) Verve (P) Verve Published by: A1: Chappell & Co, Inc. A2: Leeds Music.
  2. On the new CD Duos With Lee, Konitz partners with an extremely talented musician 50 years his junior, pianist Dan Tepfer. Konitz is no stranger to duo recordings and finds a receptive accomplice in Tepfer who can follow KonitzÕs renowned melodic flights and provide his own intriguing ruminations.
  3. Feb 21,  · When musicians speak as softly and cogently as Konitz and Tepfer did from the outset, no one wants to miss a note (their partnership is documented on the album "Duos With Lee").
  4. Duos With Lee, an album by Dan Tepfer, Lee Konitz on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  5. Duos with Lee ist ein Jazzalbum von Lee Konitz und Dan contwinkevbderlogptanvidensauculmody.coinfo am Dezember und am 5. März im New Yorker Sear Sound Studio und im Studio de Meudon, Frankreich, entstandenen Aufnahmen erschienen am Juli auf Sunnyside Records.
  6. Jan 11,  · Dan Tepfer And Lee Konitz. Song: Elande No. 1 [F#] from Duos with Lee; Astrophysics student turned jazz pianist Dan Tepfer often aims high: He .
  7. Anything Dan Tepfer records is a must-have. His musicianship, piano chops, mixture of classical/jazz has always reached awesome levels. Adding the phenomenal Lee Konitz to the mix is sheer pleasure to the ear. Plus the engineering of the recording itself is perfection.5/5(1).
  8. This record is reminiscent of Miles Davis ' Kind of Blue (Columbia, )—not historic, like that legendary record, which set modal jazz in motion—but very likely similar to that session, that must surely have been charged with near-ceaselessly flowing ideas. Duos with Lee comes from the hearts, minds and fingers of pianist Dan Tepfer and alto saxophonist Lee Konitz, both musicians who.
  9. “Elande No. 1 (F#)” Dan Tepfer/Lee Konitz Duos With Lee (Sunnyside, ) With apologies for picking a track that I play on, I wanted to include this because it shows a side of Lee that you don’t hear very often: his ability to generate perfectly balanced melodies in a freely improvised, yet tonal, context.

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