Chet Baker: She Was Too Good To Mee
Chet Baker - Trumpet, Vocals
Ron Carter - Bass
Bob James - Piano, Keyboard
Paul Desmond - Alto Saxophone
Steve Gadd - Drums
Jack DeJohnette - Drums
Shostakovich: The Bolt - Concertgebouw Orchestra & Marin Alsop
RIP Adolph “Bud” Herseth
I don’t remember when I found this .gif, or who made it (if you know, tell me so I can credit them), but it’s just the best thing.
Mostly in how the horn player is not only bracing his ear from the sound, but how the shock of the hammer makes his music bounce.
Not only the aforementioned, but the sheer look of displeasure on the bass clarinetist’s face.
I posit that this is absolutely the best moment in all of the known orchestral repertoire.
“That tastes like all the Mahler Symphonies”
DeWolff -Tram Session- Don’t you go up the sky
Sarah <3 Melodica
Marais: Le Basque - Michale Petri and James Galway
Alec Wilder: Effie Suite (1972) / Suite No. 1 for Tuba and Piano
Written in 1959 for a children’s album which would depict six imaginary experiences of an elephant named Effie
1. Effie Chases a Monkey
2. Effie Falls in Love
3. Effie Takes a Dancing Lesson
4. Effie Joins the Carnival
5. Effie Goes Folk Dancing
6. Effie Sings a Lullaby
Tuba: Harvey Phillips
Piano: Arthur Harris
Drums and Xylophone: Bradley Spinney
Gerard Boedijn: Gammatique
Baden-Baden Easter Festival 2013
Video 9 · A glimpse of the rehearsals of Mahler’s Second Symphony – with the Berliner Philharmoniker, Sir Simon Rattle, the Rundfunkchor Berlin and chorus master Simon Halsey
Osterfestspiele Baden-Baden 2013
Video 9 · Ein Einblick in die Proben zu Mahlers Zweiter Symphonie – mit den Berliner Philharmonikern, Sir Simon Rattle, dem Rundfunkchor Berlin und Chorleiter Simon Halsey
Love that low B flat!