Little-known composers, significant composers and jazzmen, playing Bach “as it should,” according to the notes. Such is the catch of June.
It is gratifying when musicians fearlessly change their roles. This, of course, is about the re-release of Keith Jarrett’s Bach album. It’s great when star musicians bring good contemporary composers to the light of God. Or they make conceptual programs around a humane idea that everyone understands. And it turns out a classic for everyone, but not a simple crossover, but for people with sensitive ears.
Keith Jarrett “The Well-Tempered Clavier, book I” Keith Jarrett’s new album is always an event in the jazz world. And now in the classic. However, the material of this album was recorded in March 1987 at a concert in New York. Continue reading