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La Fenice

Keith Jarrett

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発売日

2018年10月25日

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CD

構成数

2

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レーベル

ECM

規格品番

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  • イマジネーションが鮮やかに冴えわたる圧倒的ソロ・ピアノ・アートがここに。
    ジャズと即興芸術の世界において最も影響力のあるピアニスト、キース・ジャレットが2006年7月にベネチア、ラ・フェニーチェ劇場で披露したソロ・ピアノのライヴ音源が登場。2018年3月発売の前作『アフター・ザ・フォール』から僅か半年でリリースとなる今作には、キースのソロ・ピアノにおいて代名詞とされる即興演奏曲に加えて、1985年初上演となったオペラ『ミカド』のためにウィリアム・S・ギルバートとアーサー・サリヴァンが書き下ろした「ザ・サン・フーズ・レイズ」や、スタンダード曲「星影のステラ」等、計12曲が2枚組CDに収録される。キース・ジャレットは今作リリース直後の9月29日(土)に、1895年から2年に1度開催されている国際展覧会「ベネチア・ビエンナーレ」の音楽部門でジャズ・ミュージシャンとして初めて金獅子賞を受賞することが明らかとなっており、同賞は、過去にピエール・ブーレーズやスティーヴ・ライヒといった現代音楽の作曲家たちが受賞している。

    発売・販売元 提供資料 (2018/10/09)

  • ECM continues the series of Keith Jarrett's live archival recordings with La Fenice. The recital occurred in 2006 at the Gran Teatro La Fenice in Venice, some four years after the pianist had resumed performing solo following his recovery from a long illness. Given that these outings are all spontaneously improvised, it stands to reason that no two are alike, from the spacious and lyrical Koln Concert from 1975 through the 1995's transcendent La Scala, through 2017's kaleidoscopic four-disc release of A Multitude of Angels, captured in four cities on a tour of Italy some 20 months after La Scala. Interestingly, the La Fenice show took place some ten months after Jarrett's triumphant July 2005 Carnegie Hall Concert.
    The music found here is rangy and adventurous, commencing with the knotty, nearly 18-minute opening section that is one of the better showcases of the pianist's inventive delivery. Elements of classical technique and invention meet dissonant mechanics in a dazzling technical display until, ten-and-a-half minutes in, Jarrett begins to dissemble economically to near-meditative chord voicings. "Part III" melds blues and boogie woo gie to the inherent lyricism of Vince Guaraldi in a piece that comes close to sheer joy. The chromatic keyboard acrobatics in "Part V" touch on everyone from Bud Powell and Art Tatum to Lennie Tristano and Bill Evans, while winding through post-bop blues. Abstraction returns in the sparse yet expressive inquiries in Part VI," and seems like a whispered dialogue between himself and the keyboard. Jarrett emerges from that 13-minute section to offer a tender reading of "The Sun Whose Rays" from Gilbert & Sullivan's The Mikado. While "Part VII" is a gorgeous exploration of jazz harmony executed with warmth and taut elocution, the final section playfully returns to the stride blues and gutbucket boogie-woogie. (Albert Ammons and Pete Johnson were probably smiling from heaven as he played.) The concert could have ended right here, but Jarrett generously offers the audience three surprise encores. First is a new reading of "My Wild Irish Rose" that he previously recorded on the impromptu 1998 home studio set The Melody at Night, With You. This version is far more romantic; he caresses lyric lines from the middle register and turns them back on themselves. His "Stella by Starlight" is at once exploratory and de rigueur -- it was a regular bandstand fixture of his standards trio. Jarrett saves the best surprise for last in the achingly tender reading of his own "Blossom," an elegant, melancholy ballad that dates back to 1974. He journeys along its pathways until he finds the whisper at its nadir and, after a scant moment of silence, the crowd erupts in appreciation. La Fenice may be yet another Jarrett solo concert, but when he chases after it with this kind of energy, humor, passion, and emotion, an hour-and-a-half passes in what seems like a moment. ~ Thom Jurek|

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  • セシル・テイラー、そしてこのキース・ジャレット。この二人がジャズにピアノ・ソロという領域を造り上げた、といったら言い過ぎか。セシルはクラスターに、キースはオスティナートに、ブルース、アフリカを感じ続けていた。モントゥーノのようなユニゾンが現れるセシルに対して、あくまでポリフォニックなアプローチを優先させるキース。ヴードゥー教的とキリスト教的空間が対置されて、この二人のいたドメインがジャズだと喚起される。ポール・ブレイの洗礼を受けたキースには、シンプルなメロディへの執着が残り、モンクの洗礼を受けたセシルにはクラスターへの執着が残った。
    intoxicate (C)高見一樹

    タワーレコード (vol.136(2018年10月10日発行号)掲載)

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構成数 | 2枚

合計収録時間 | 01:37:37

Personnel: Keith Jarrett (piano). Recording information: Gran Teatro La Fenice, Venice (07/19/2006). Photographer: Roberto Masotti. ECM continues the series of Keith Jarrett's live archival recordings with La Fenice. The recital occurred in 2006 at the Gran Teatro La Fenice in Venice, some four years after the pianist had resumed performing solo following his recovery from a long illness. Given that these outings are all spontaneously improvised, it stands to reason that no two are alike, from the spacious and lyrical Koln Concert from 1975 through the 1995's transcendent La Scala, through 2017's kaleidoscopic four-disc release of A Multitude of Angels, captured in four cities on a tour of Italy some 20 months after La Scala. Interestingly, the La Fenice show took place some ten months after Jarrett's triumphant July 2005 Carnegie Hall Concert. The music found here is rangy and adventurous, commencing with the knotty, nearly 18-minute opening section that is one of the better showcases of the pianist's inventive delivery. Elements of classical technique and invention meet dissonant mechanics in a dazzling technical display until, ten-and-a-half minutes in, Jarrett begins to dissemble economically to near-meditative chord voicings. "Part III" melds blues and boogie woo gie to the inherent lyricism of Vince Guaraldi in a piece that comes close to sheer joy. The chromatic keyboard acrobatics in "Part V" touch on everyone from Bud Powell and Art Tatum to Lennie Tristano and Bill Evans, while winding through post-bop blues. Abstraction returns in the sparse yet expressive inquiries in Part VI," and seems like a whispered dialogue between himself and the keyboard. Jarrett emerges from that 13-minute section to offer a tender reading of "The Sun Whose Rays" from Gilbert & Sullivan's The Mikado. While "Part VII" is a gorgeous exploration of jazz harmony executed with warmth and taut elocution, the final section playfully returns to the stride blues and gutbucket boogie-woogie. (Albert Ammons and Pete Johnson were probably smiling from heaven as he played.) The concert could have ended right here, but Jarrett generously offers the audience three surprise encores. First is a new reading of "My Wild Irish Rose" that he previously recorded on the impromptu 1998 home studio set The Melody at Night, With You. This version is far more romantic; he caresses lyric lines from the middle register and turns them back on themselves. His "Stella by Starlight" is at once exploratory and de rigueur -- it was a regular bandstand fixture of his standards trio. Jarrett saves the best surprise for last in the achingly tender reading of his own "Blossom," an elegant, melancholy ballad that dates back to 1974. He journeys along its pathways until he finds the whisper at its nadir and, after a scant moment of silence, the crowd erupts in appreciation. La Fenice may be yet another Jarrett solo concert, but when he chases after it with this kind of energy, humor, passion, and emotion, an hour-and-a-half passes in what seems like a moment. ~ Thom Jurek

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