If meet jazz and classical music, often comes out a neat blend of cocktail music and strings Background here. It is different with the "Concerto For Orchestra Saxophones And" and "Caribbean Rhapsody", two works written by composer Roberto Sierra, which refines James Carter, one of the top saxophonists of our time as a soloist.
In his compositions relates Roberto Sierra holds a his youth in Puerto Rico, repeatedly, complex orchestral structures mix with the Bolero and other Latin rhythms. this is not relaxed "Bacardi Feeling", but a demanding work that rewards the attentive listener with a unique musical experience. When "Concerto For Orchestra Saxophones And" is James Carter by Sinfonia Varsovia Orchestra from Warsaw, conducted accompanied by Giancarlo Guerrero. In the "Caribbean Rhapsody" He can be heard along with a string ensemble and the violin soloist Regina Carter. Michael Cuscuna (blue Note Records) produced the album.
James Carter is now since 15 years one of the driving forces of today's jazz scene. His playing is deeply rooted in African-American culture of the 20th century. Armed with inexhaustible inventiveness, almost frightening power and breathtaking technique, it is possible to embody him the entire tradition of the saxophone in jazz and to extend it by its forward-looking view at the same time into the 21st century. That's why the British magazine Hif-Fi UK chose him not unjustly been to "modern saxophone God".
Born in Detroit in 1969 Carter was a student of Marcus Belgrave and began his professional career as a 17 year old in the band of Wynton Marsalis. The next rung on the career ladder led him then, when he moved to New York in 1988, precisely to Marsalis' antipodes Lester Bowie. Even with its raised in 1993 debut album "JC On The Set", which appeared at the Japanese label DIW, attended the saxophonist in the scene caused a sensation. However, even more a year later with the also placed at DIW successor "Jurrasic Classics". In the following years he played for labels like Atlantic, Columbia, Warner Bros. and Half Note eight albums under his name and 2005 together with pianist Cyrus Chestnut, bassist Reginald Veal and drummer Ali Jackson "Gold Sounds", an unusual but successful homage to the American indie rock band Pavement. but hear could the enterprising and blinkers loose saxophonist on albums by Lester Bowie, Julius Hemphill, Wynton Marsalis, Madeleine Peyroux, Herbie Hancock, Kathleen Battle, Benny Golson, Ronald Shannon Jackson, Marcus Miller, Christian McBride and Regina Carter.
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