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Artist: Claude Bolling & Jean-Pierre Rampal Album: Suite For Flute And Jazz Piano Trio Genre: Chamber Music, Jazz Instrumental, Piano Jazz Released: 1975, 1986 Quality: FLAC (tracks) Tracklist: Suite For Flute And Jazz Piano Trio: Baroque And Blue (5:20). Jazz and blues mp3 archives are shown on the landing page. So you can choose the music genre and then singer or band. We want to say thanks for all who supports our site. Without your help we couldn’t exist!
Jean-Pierre Rampal;Claude Bolling;Marcel Sabiani;Max Hédiguer. Baroque and Blue from Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano. 320. Claude Bolling & Jean-Pierre Rampal. Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano Trio: Versatile (with Bass Flute). Suite For Flute & Jazz Piano Trio No. 2: I. Espiègle.
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Jean-Pierre Rampal - Espiegele (09:29). Claude Bolling - Amoureuse (07:08). Jean-Pierre Rampal - Entr'amis (05:59). Jean-Pierre Rampal - Vagabonde (04:40). Jean-Pierre Rampal - Pastorale (06:51). Vincent Cordelette - Affectueuse (04:37). Vincent Cordelette - Jazzy (05:39). Jean-Pierre Rampal - Bolling: Suite No. 2 for Flute & Jazz Piano Trio (1987). Bolling: Suite No. 2 for Flute & Jazz Piano Trio (1987) - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Bolling: Suite No.
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Jean-Pierre Rampal may never get down and dirty on this album, considered "his first jazz recording," but the music is nonetheless infectious, breezy, playful, and crystal clear. The legendary flutist is so technically accomplished that anything too "swinging" from him seems a bit stiff, but this is where drummer Marcel Sabiani, bassist Mel Young, and legendary jazz pianist (and friend of Duke Ellington) Claude Bolling take over, all making these compositions seem jazzier than they are on paper