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Marsalis Branford Quartet © Ryan Anderson

Branford Marsalis Quartet

»An evening with Branford Marsalis«

Tuesday 5 April 2022
19:30
Großer Saal

 

Performers

Branford Marsalis Quartet

Branford Marsalis, Saxophon

Joey Calderazzo, Klavier

Eric Revis, Kontrabass

Justin Faulkner, Schlagzeug

Robert Hunter, Tontechnik

Programme

Thelonious Monk

Teo (1964)

Joey Calderazzo

Conversation among the ruins

Fred Fisher

Ain't no sweet man worth the salt of my tears (1928)

Kenny Kirkland

Steepian faith

Spencer Williams, Jack Palmer

I've found a new baby (1926)

Branford Marsalis

A thousand autumns

Clarence Williams

Royal garden blues (1919)

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Duke Ellington

Mood Indigo (1930)

Clarence Williams

My bucket's got a hole in it (1949)

Note

Unterstützt von Erste Bank
Medienpartner Ö1 Club

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Links http://www.joeycalderazzo.com
http://ericrevis.com
http://www.branfordmarsalis.com

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Reliable unpredictability

Hardly any other jazz musician is as reliably unpredictable as Branford Marsalis. On the road with his quartet for decades, every single concert is nevertheless about the magic of the moment. Nothing is under control, the saxophonist postulates, and starts every evening from scratch, focused and at the highest level. 

Branford Marsalis is a powerhouse. In the personality of Wynton Marsalis' older brother, the iconoclast and the respectful preserver of tradition engage in passionate duels, which he fights out in his music. The saxophonist is an intellectual who has been running up a storm against intellectualism in jazz for decades. He loves provocation and prefers to provoke the pathological provocateurs. His quartet with pianist Joey Calderazzo, bassist Eric Revis and drummer Justin Faulkner is not only one of the longest-lived and most stable, but also one of the best-recorded formations in jazz history.

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