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jazz Stan Getz "The Final Concert" Live at Munich Philharmonie Euroarts Archives 1990

Euroarts Archives 1990

Stan Getz "The Final Concert" Live at Munich Philharmonie Euroarts Archives 1990


Known simply as "The Sound" because of his warm, singular tone, Stan Getz made an impact on jazz that cannot be understated. One of the all-time great tenor saxohonists, Getz came of age in the 1940s, made his mark when bebop and cool jazz were all the rage before going on to experiment with bossa nova and samba crossovers. His list of collaborations reads like a roll-call for heaven's all-star group: Oscar Peterson, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Max Roach, Antônio Carlos Jobim, Joâo Gilberto, Chick Corea and many more. 

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  • Stan Getz | Bandleader , Saxophonist
  • Kenny Barron | Pianist
  • Terri Lyne Carrington | Drummer
  • Frank Zottoli | Keyboardist
  • Alex Blake | Double bassist
  • Eddie Del Barrio | Keyboardist


  • Eddie Del Barrio / Stan Getz / H. Alpert, Apasionado
  • Frank Loesser / Stan Getz, On a Slow Boat to China
  • Mel Waldron / Stan Getz, Soul Eyes
  • Stan Getz / Eddie Del Barrio / H. Alpert, Espanola
  • H. Alpert / Eddie Del Barrio / Stan Getz, Coba
  • Victor Feldman, Seven Steps To Heaven
  • Johnny Mandel / Stan Getz, El Cahon
  • Thad Jones / Stan Getz, Yours and Mine
  • Kenny Barron, Voyage
  • Mike Lang, Lonely Lady
  • Billy Strayhorn / Stan Getz, Blood Count
  • Cole Porter, What Is This Thing Called Love
  • Benny Carter / Stan Getz, People Time
  • Eddie Del Barrio / Stan Getz / H. Alpert, Amourous Cat


  • Directed by:
    • Dieter Hens
  • Venue: Munich Philharmonie im Gasteig (Munich, Germany)
  • Production date: 1990
  • Production: © Euroarts
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