David S. Ware

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    monoton

    Registriert seit: 07.02.2010

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    Nach Saturnian erscheint jetzt (am 25.10 offiziell) Teil 2 der Solo Saxophon Konzerte:

    DAVID S. WARE – Organica (solo saxophones, volume 2) – AAUM070

    1 .Minus Gravity 1 (sopranino) .16.20
    2 .Organica 1 (tenor) .24.31
    The entire concert performance of March 13, 2010
    Park Slope, Brooklyn

    3 .Minus Gravity 2 (sopranino) .22.27
    4. Organica 2 (tenor) .14.12
    The entire concert performance of November 5, 2010
    Umbrella Music Festival, Chicago

    http://www.aumfidelity.com/aum070.html

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    travis-bickle

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    David S.Ware ist tot. Einer der ganz Grossen. R.I.P.

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    Sehr, sehr traurig. RIP.

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    Hey man, why don't we make a tune... just playin' the melody, not play the solos...
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    clau
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    R.I.P. David S. Ware

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    asdfjkloe

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    das ist eine der für mich schrecklichsten Todesmeldungen des Jahres…

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    nail75

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    R.I.P. David S. Ware

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    Ohne Musik ist alles Leben ein Irrtum.
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    udw
    so little gets done

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    Oh no! Auch gerade gelesen. R.I.P.
    Sehr sehr traurig.

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    R.I.P. David S. Ware

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    gypsy-tail-wind
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    Bin zwar – dürfte ja bekannt sein hier – kein allzu grosser Fan, aber das ist dennoch sehr traurig. r.i.p.

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    "Don't play what the public want. You play what you want and let the public pick up on what you doin' -- even if it take them fifteen, twenty years." (Thelonious Monk) | Meine Sendungen auf Radio StoneFM: gypsy goes jazz, #104: Goin' West: Lee Konitz in Kalifornien, tba | Slow Drive to South Africa, #6: tba | No Problem Saloon, #19: Klassikstunde #2, tba
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    vorgarten

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    „In a world where conformity is prevalent and privilege from the beginning is usually what guarantees success, he managed to change the history of jazz through authenticity and substance.“

    matthew shipp über david s. ware.

    ich finde ja nach wie vor die FREEDOM SUITE am tollsten, ein projekt, das im wahrsten sinne des wortes unverschämt war. mich packt das vom ersten bis zum letzten augenblick, immer wieder.

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    monoton

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    So traurig. R.I.P., Sir.

    Im Gedenken jetzt die letzte VÖ: Live in Saalfelden 2011

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    Ein erweitertes Reissue von „Birth Of A Being“ ist soeben bei AUM Fidelity erschienen und ist zugleich er Beginn einer Reihe von Archiv-Veröffentlichungen.

    DAVID S. WARE / APOGEE – Birth Of A Being (Expanded) (AUM096/97)

    AUM FidelityBirth Of A Being (Expanded) presents the essential first studio recordings of incomparable tenor saxophonist David S. Ware as a bandleader. This work was created in New York, in April 1977, when Ware was 27 years old. The first disc features material originally released on LP in 1979 by the Swiss label, hat Hut Records, and has been out of print for over 30 years. The second disc is a full additional album of top-shelf material from those same sessions that have never been released in any form. This definitive edition was sourced from the original analog 8-track tapes, and was newly mixed & mastered in 2015. Crucial material. Stunning performances & fidelity.

    Ware’s band here, featuring Cooper-Moore (né Gene Ashton) on piano and Marc Edwards on drums, was known as Apogee. This incessantly active collective trio initially formed in Boston (all three attended college there) in 1970; they relocated to New York in the early 70s to create their own space within the jazz loft scene of the time. In 1973 Apogee was invited by Sonny Rollins to open for him at the Village Vanguard. Not long after arriving in New York, Ware began performing extensively with Andrew Cyrille’s group Maono, and, together with Marc Edwards, joined the Cecil Taylor Unit. Numerous tours of the U.S. and Europe with these groups followed, during which time Ware developed the resolute desire to record his own music. In 1977, at Ware’s request, Apogee reconvened for one last time in order to do so, and to finally document their work together in a studio setting.

    Birth Of A Being could not be a more perfect title for these recordings, as it was here that David S. Ware’s concepts for jazz ensemble were first elucidated – concepts which would continue to blossom within the legendary David S. Ware Quartet, launched a decade after the initial release of this work. Birth features Ware’s compositions, and the mesh of Apogee’s deep foundation of collective synergy with his vision. Exceptional clarity, control, and utter logic in elocution; with intent to get to the breathing heart of music itself. The tenderness and intensity of feeling already on full display in all of his work here is humbling.

    This 2CD set is the fitting first in a planned series of David S. Ware archival releases on AUM Fidelity; its release date coincides with the 66th anniversary of his birth on November 7. Released with full cooperation of and exclusive license from Setsuko S. Ware.

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    Hey man, why don't we make a tune... just playin' the melody, not play the solos...
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