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jazz Herbie Hancock, Friedrich Gulda and Joe Zawinul, Live in Salzburg Salzburg Festival 1989

Salzburg Festival 1989

Herbie Hancock, Friedrich Gulda and Joe Zawinul, Live in Salzburg Salzburg Festival 1989

About

The Salzburg Festival played host to three remarkable musicians on the same stage for its 1989 edition. Joe Zawinul, a true pioneer of the keyboard, who played with Miles Davis before going on to found Weather Report, a forerunner in jazz fusion; Herbie Hancock, another Miles alumnus and 14 Grammy-winning veteran who also had a big hand in the advent of fusion as well as post bop, funk and electro; and Friedrich Gulda, a giant of a jazz-classical pianist who first met Zawinul as a teenager in Austria and played clandestine jazz with him, "forbidden" music that was prohibited by the government during WW2. 

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Cast

  • Friedrich Gulda | Pianist
  • Herbie Hancock | Pianist
  • Joe Zawinul | Pianist

Program

  • Friedrich Gulda / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Sonata in B-flat major, K. 333
  • Friedrich Gulda, Menuett
  • Friedrich Gulda, For Rico
  • Miles Davis / Friedrich Gulda / Herbie Hancock, All Blues
  • Herbie Hancock / Joe Zawinul, Toys
  • Herbie Hancock / Joe Zawinul / Friedrich Gulda, Improvisation
  • Herbie Hancock / Joe Zawinul / Friedrich Gulda, With Computer

Details

  • Directed by:
    • Horant H. Hohfeld
    • Fred Liewehr
  • Venue: Salzburger Festspiele (Salzburg, Austria)
  • Recording date: 1989
  • Production: © LOFT
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