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Albums by Keith Jarrett

G. I. Gurdjieff: Sacred Hymns
Handel: Suites for Keyboard
Hymns / Spheres (24Bit96Khz Reissue)
Invocations / The Moth and the Flame
J. S. Bach: Das Wohltemperierte Klavier, Buch I, BWV 846-869
J. S. Bach: Das Wohltemperierte Klavier, Buch II, BWV 870-893
J. S. Bach: Goldberg Variations, BWV 988
J. S. Bach: The French Suites, BWV 812-817
Paris / London - Testament
Paris / London - Testament (24BIT96KHZ)
The Köln Concert(24BIT96KHZ)
The Melody At Night, With You
Label: ECM
Quality: FLAC 24 bits 96.0kHz
mp3 and booklet included
1
Runes Runes 15:26    
Album only
Track length:15:26
Artist: Keith Jarrett
Performer: Keith Jarrett (piano)
Jan Garbarek (soprano and tenor saxophones)
Charlie Haden (bass)
Members of Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra
Mladen Gutesha (conductor)
Genre: Jazz
Publisher: Cavelight Music
Composer: Keith Jarrett
ISRC: DEB337507051
2
Solara March Solara March 9:44    
Album only
Track length:9:44
Artist: Keith Jarrett
Performer: Keith Jarrett (piano)
Jan Garbarek (soprano and tenor saxophones)
Charlie Haden (bass)
Members of Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra
Mladen Gutesha (conductor)
Genre: Jazz
Publisher: Cavelight Music
Composer: Keith Jarrett
ISRC: DEB337507052
3
Mirrors Mirrors 27:50    
Album only
Track length:27:50
Artist: Keith Jarrett
Performer: Keith Jarrett (piano)
Jan Garbarek (soprano and tenor saxophones)
Charlie Haden (bass)
Members of Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra
Mladen Gutesha (conductor)
Genre: Jazz
Publisher: Cavelight Music
Composer: Keith Jarrett
ISRC: DEB337507053
Digital booklet Album only

“I consider this one of my most richly lyrical and consistently inspired works,” wrote Keith Jarrett of “Mirrors”, the almost half-hour long concluding piece on Arbour Zena. “Jan Garbarek’s contribution is irreplaceable and ecstatic.” It is easy to agree that Arbour Zena as a whole is one of Jarrett’s most exceptional albums. Evocative writing for strings, beautiful playing by Keith and Jan and by Charlie Haden at his most soulful, and a glowing panoramic production make this 1975 recording one of the finest of the early ECMs.

Keith Jarrett piano
Jan Garbarek soprano and tenor saxophones
Charlie Haden bass
Members of Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra
Mladen Gutesha conductor

Recorded October 1975

About Keith Jarrett:

Over the past 40 years, Keith Jarrett has come to be recognized as one of the most creative musicians of our times - universally acclaimed as an improviser of unsurpassed genius; a master of jazz piano; a classical keyboardist of great depth; and as a composer who has written hundreds of pieces for his various jazz groups, plus extended works for orchestra, soloist, and chamber ensemble.

Born May 8, 1945 in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Keith Jarrett began playing the piano at age 3 and undertook classical music studies throughout his youth; performing as a child in programs at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia and at Madison Square Garden. He undertook formal composition studies at age 15, before moving to Boston to briefly study at the Berklee College of Music. While still in his late teens, arrangements were made to study composition in Paris with the great pedagogue Nadia Boulanger, but then canceled at the last moment in favor of moving to New York in 1964 to ...