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Les Swingle Singers - Jazz Sebastian Bach FLAC album


Performer: Les Swingle Singers
Genre: Jazz
Title: Jazz Sebastian Bach
FLAC version ZIP size: 1910 mb
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Jazz Sebastian Bach is a compilation album, re-issue of music by the Paris-based Swingle Singers. It combines the tracks from two previous releases, 1963's Bach's Greatest Hits . Jazz Sébastien Bach (Vol. 1) (tracks 1-13) with 1968's Back to Bach . Jazz Sébastien Bach Vol. 2 (tracks 14-23). all compositions by . Fugue in D Minor" from The Art of the Fugue – 2:14. Prelude for Organ Chorale No 1" – 2:38. Aria" from Suite No 3 in D – 3:17.

The Swingle Singers' scat vocal jazz swing arrangements of Johann Sebastian Bach classics were among their most popular material, particularly in Europe (where they actually enjoyed some chart success in the . Accompanied by nothing more than double bass and drums, the octet distributed their vocal parts equally among two sopranos, two altos, two tenors, and two basses, favoring brisk tempos.

Jazz Sebastian Bach Volume 2. By: Les Swingle Singers (1969, Jazz). 1. Vivace (1st Movement Of The Concerto For 2 Violins In D Minor, BWV 1043). 2. Prelude And Fugue In E Minor No. 10, BWV 855 (From The Well Tempered Clavier Vo. ).

Jazz Sébastien Bach ‎(LP, Mono). Bach's Greatest Hits ‎(Reel, Album). Pop fans might hear echoes of the Swingle Singers' work, whether direct or coincidental, in the harmonies of artists like the Association and the Beach Boys, and a . rock group, the Belfast Gypsies, a spinoff of Them, actually based its "Aria of the Fallen Angels" on the Swingle Singers' reading of "Aria" on this album.

Only 17 left in stock (more on the way). And their partners were the best French jazzmen of those days (there was a strong jazz scene in France after World War Two): in the 1963 album they are Jacques Loussier's famous accompanists, Pierre Michelot double-bass and, for two tracks, André Arpino; the rest was Gus Wallez, the drummer of Michel Legrand (try his furious solo in track 12).