lunes, 23 de marzo de 2015

Jan Garbarek & Ustad Fateh Ali Khan - Saga



Jan Garbarek (born 4 March 1947)[1] is a Norwegian tenor and soprano saxophonist, active in the jazzclassical, and world music genres. 
Garbarek's sound is one of the hallmarks of the ECM Records label, which has released virtually all of his recordings. His style incorporates a sharp-edged tone, long, keening, sustained notes, and generous use of silence. He began his recording career in the late 1960s, notably featuring on recordings by the American jazz composer George Russell (such as Electronic Sonata for Souls Loved by Nature). If he had initially appeared as a devotee of Albert Ayler and Peter Brötzmann, by 1973 he had turned his back on the harsh dissonances of avant-garde jazz, retaining only his tone from his previous approach. Garbarek gained wider recognition through his work with pianist Keith Jarrett's European Quartet which released the albums Belonging(1974), My Song (1977) and the live recordings Personal Mountains (1979), and Nude Ants (1979).[3] He was also a featured soloist on Jarrett's orchestral works Luminessence (1974) and Arbour Zena (1975).[4]

Fateh Ali Khan (Urduفتح علی خان) was a classical singer and Qawwali musician. He was born in JalandharPunjabBritish India in 1901. Ustad Fateh Ali Khan was the father of Pakistani Qawwali musician, Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Their family has an unbroken tradition ofQawwali for over 600 years. Ustad Fateh Ali Khan was trained in classical music and Qawwali by his father, Maula Baksh Khan, and he soon distinguished himself as a skilled vocalist and instrumentalist. He learnt to play traditional Indian instruments such as sitarsarod andvichitraveena as well as Western instruments like the violin. He also mastered thousands of verses in PunjabiUrduArabic and Persian.

- Wikipedia

No hay comentarios:

Publicar un comentario en la entrada