Es gibt beim Pianisten Dave Brubeck und seinem Quartett ein Leben vor dem Welt-Hit “Take Five“. Der wird fast immer Brubeck assoziiert. Das ist nicht ganz. Take Five - Brubeck, Dave Quartet: variedcelluloid.com: Musik. Für viele ist er nur variedcelluloid.com Five! Benannt nach dem Welthit von , der dem Kalifornier zum Durchbruch verhilft. Wieso verschmilzt Brubeck.
Die Jazzlegende Dave Brubeck... Sein 100. Geburtstag»Take Five«wurde von Paul Desmond für das Album»Time Out« des Dave Brubeck Quartetts mit Dave Brubeck (Piano) und Gene Wright (Bass). Sein Jahrhunderthit „Take Five“ beschert ihm bis heute Weltruhm. Am 6. Dezember wäre Brubeck Jahre alt geworden. Von Karl. Dave Brubecks größter Hit steht im 5/4-Takt: "Take Five". Der Pianist, der als Sohn eines Viehzüchters zur Welt kam und zu einem der größten.
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On September 20, , at the Monterey Jazz Festival , Brubeck was awarded an honorary Doctor of Music degree D.
On May 16, , Brubeck was awarded an honorary Doctor of Music degree honoris causa from the George Washington University in Washington, D.
The ceremony took place on the National Mall. On July 5, , Brubeck was awarded the Miles Davis Award at the Montreal International Jazz Festival.
Brubeck died of heart failure on December 5, , in Norwalk, Connecticut , one day before his 92nd birthday.
He was on his way to a cardiology appointment, accompanied by his son Darius. The Los Angeles Times noted that he "was one of Jazz's first pop stars", even though he was not always happy with his fame.
He felt uncomfortable, for example, that Time had featured him on the cover  before it did so for Duke Ellington , saying, "It just bothered me.
He didn't do drugs or drink. What he had was endless curiosity combined with stubbornness", adding: "His work list is astonishing, including oratorios, musicals and concertos, as well as hundreds of jazz compositions.
This quiet man of jazz was truly a marvel. In The Guardian , John Fordham said "Brubeck's real achievement was to blend European compositional ideas, very demanding rhythmic structures, jazz song-forms and improvisation in expressive and accessible ways.
His son Chris told The Guardian "when I hear Chorale, it reminds me of the very best Aaron Copland , something like Appalachian Spring.
There's a sort of American honesty to it. The Economist wrote: "Above all they found it hard to believe that the most successful jazz in America was being played by a family man, a laid-back Californian, modest, gentle and open, who would happily have been a rancher all his days—except that he couldn't live without performing, because the rhythm of jazz, under all his extrapolation and exploration, was, he had discovered, the rhythm of his heart.
The Concord Boulevard Park in his hometown of Concord, California, was renamed to "Dave Brubeck Memorial Park" in his honor. Mayor Dan Helix favorably recalled one of his performances at the park, saying: "He will be with us forever because his music will never die.
While on tour performing " Hot House " in Toronto, Chick Corea and Gary Burton completed a tribute to Brubeck on the day of his death. Corea played " Strange Meadow Lark ", from Brubeck's album Time Out.
Brubeck is interred at Umpawaug Cemetery in Redding, Connecticut. In the United States, May 4 is informally observed as "Dave Brubeck Day".
In the format most commonly used in the U. Crist's book, Dave Brubeck's Time Out , provided the first scholarly book length analysis of the seminal album.
In addition to his musical analyses of each of the album's original compositions, Crist provides insight into Brubeck's career during a time he was rising to the top of the jazz charts.
A new biography of Dave Brubeck, by the British writer Philip Clark, was published by Da Capo Press in the US and Headline Publishing Group in the UK on February 18, On June 25, , The New York Times Magazine listed Dave Brubeck among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the Universal Studios fire.
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Following repeated requests to Brubeck from the Quartet's drummer, Joe Morello , for a new piece to showcase his facility with 5 4 time, Desmond unwittingly " lucked out Recording "Take Five" proved so torturous for the Quartet that, after 40 minutes and more than 20 failed attempts, producer Teo Macero suspended the first recording session of June 25, because one or another of the members kept losing the beat.
They finally cut the single and album tracks at the next session on July 1. The album version has ten sections :  .
Although released as a promotional  single on September 21, , [j] "Take Five" fulfilled its chart potential only when reissued [k] for radio play and jukebox use  in May , that year reaching No.
The Dave Brubeck Quartet first played "Take Five" for a live audience at the Newport Jazz Festival on July 5, Some of the many cover versions include lyrics by Brubeck's wife Iola, penned for a September 6, live recording [m] sung by Carmen McRae backed by the Dave Brubeck Trio Brubeck, Eugene Wright and Morello.
The piece has been a staple of jazz and pop music since it was first released. More than 40 cover versions have been recorded, as early as Carmen McRae 's cover in on an album titled Take Five Live.
Recordings have been released by artists known for playing jazz Elek Bacsik , Al Jarreau , George Benson , country Chet Atkins , bluegrass The String Cheese Incident and pop Stevie Wonder , as well as from artists in many countries.
In , singer Don Partridge wrote lyrics to "Take Five" sung to the saxophone melody, and regularly performed the song in live stage performances and when street-busking throughout Europe.
In , Moe Koffman recorded a version for his album Devil's Brew. This was the first version recorded by a Canadian artist.
In , The Specials recorded a version for their cover album Today's Specials. In , a version by Pakistan's Sachal Studios Orchestra won widespread acclaim and charted highly on American and British jazz charts.
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