V Holomóci městě & Suita pro klavír č. 2, The Folk-Inspired Jazz Piano. Suite For Piano No. 2. 10. Music For Wind And Rain.
Composed By, Piano – Emil Viklický. Design, Liner Notes – Lukáš Machata. Tracks 1 to 9 originally released on Emil Viklický - V Holomóci Měst. 1978), tracks 10 to 14 originally released on the B-side of Emil Viklický, Bill Frisell, Kermit Driscoll, Vinton Johnson - Dveře, Door (1985). Note: the first pressing booklet inner sheet was erroneously printed on thick 180 g/m2 paper instead of 120 g/m2. The Folk-Inspired Jazz Piano (LP, Album, RP). Supraphon.
When most American jazz buffs think of the Czech Republic, they probably think of bassists George Mraz and Miroslav Vitous or keyboardist Jan Hammer. However, Europeans knowledgeable about the same topic probably think of Emil Vicklický, the acknowledged "Patriarch of Czech Jazz Piano. Known for combining the melodism and tonalities of Moravian folk music with modern jazz harmonies and classical orchestration in a distinctly individual style, Vicklický grew up in the former Czechoslovakia, where his father was a university art professor. He graduated in 1971 from Palacky University.
Together Again is a collaborative album by pianist Emil Viklický and bassist George Mraz. Both these musicians are from the Czech Republic, but Mraz has lived in the US since the 1960s. Recorded at Realistic Sound Studio, it was produced by Siggi Loch and mixed by Klaus Scheuermann. Theme From 5th Part of Sinfonietta". A Bird Flew By". "U Dunaja u Prešpurka". Moon, Sleeping in a Cradle".
Emil Viklicky and Venus Records are pleased to announce the release of Emil's latest CD, Sinfonietta~The Janacek of Jazz (VHCD 1034). Eleven of its dozen tracks were recorded at Avatar Studios in New York last year with George Mraz on bass and Lewis Nash on drums. The twelfth track, "Sinfonietta," recorded in Prague in 2007 with Mraz and Laco Tropp on drums, originally appeared on the CD Moravian Gems (CubeMetier 2007). Janácek was inspired by Moravian and Slavic folk music, which he incorporated in a modern, highly original synthesis. His work attained its mature form first in the 1904 opera Jenufa (often called the "Moravian national opera"), and later with the symphonic poem Sinfonietta, and other chamber works and operas. A century later, Emil, like Janácek, has taken the music of his native Moravia and melded it into a larger mainstream, in this case American-style jazz.
Exact Audio Copy V. beta 6 from 9. April 2015. Отчёт EAC об извлечении, выполненном 2. июля 2015, 10:51. Emil Viklicky Trio, Sinfonietta - The Janacek of Jazz. Дисковод: TSSTcorpDVD+-RW SN-208BB Adapter: 1 ID: 0. Режим чтения : Достоверность Использование точного потока : Да Отключение кэша аудио : Да Использование указателей C2 : Нет.
Emil Viklicky Trio - Kafka On The Shore - Tribute To Haruki Murakami (2011) EAC Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps Venus Records, VHCD-78260 ~ 496 or 180 Mb Scans Included Contemporary Jazz, Piano Trio Readers of contemporary fiction will immediately realise that Czech pianist Emil . entire post-bop jazz tradition but the sixties rock and pop music whose importance to contemporary Czech politics was chronicled by Tom Stoppard's 2006 play Rock'n'Roll, an emotional depth rooted in Moravian folk music which has led to his being called 'the Janacek of Jazz'.
Viklicky won more prizes and ultimately a scholarship to study composition at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. So it was that he spent five years in the American system: "I learned everything you need to know there: the fundamentals of composition and arrangement, but also what it takes to succeed as a professional musician," he recalls. Back in Prague he reaped the benefit of that: Viklicky was not only the best jazz pianists in the country, he was also one of the most celebrated film music composers, one of the most formative teachers, one of the most important neoclassical.
1. Dear Lover 2. Poem 3. Theme From 5th Part Of Sinfonietta 4. A Bird Flew By 5. U Dunaja, u Prespurka 6. Austerlitz 7. Moon, Sleeping In A Cradle 8. Thank You, Laca 9. Up On A Fir Tree 10.
|A1||Spring Of Jazz Water||5:15|
|A4||Lullaby For Thea||3:10|
|A5||Taking The Night Train||3:15|
|B3||Dance In The Lower Market Square||6:45|
|1 15 2233||Emil Viklický||V Holomóci Městě… (LP, Album, Club)||Supraphon, Gramofonový Klub||1 15 2233||Czechoslovakia||1978|
|1 15 2233||Emil Viklický||The Folk-Inspired Jazz Piano (LP, Album, RP)||Supraphon||1 15 2233||Czechoslovakia||1979|
|SU 6089-2||Emil Viklický||V Holomóci Městě / In Holomóc Town (CD, Album, Comp, RE, RM)||Supraphon||SU 6089-2||Czech Republic||2012|
|1 15 2233||Emil Viklický||V Holomóci Městě… (LP, Album, RP)||Supraphon||1 15 2233||Czechoslovakia||1979|
|1 15 2233||Emil Viklický||The Folk-Inspired Jazz Piano (LP, Album, RP)||Supraphon||1 15 2233||Czechoslovakia||1980|