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Eddie Sauter / SWF Big Band - In Germany 1959 album download
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Eddie Sauter / SWF Big Band - In Germany 1959 album download

Performer:
Eddie Sauter / SWF Big Band
Album:
In Germany 1959
Style:
Swing,Third Stream
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Duration:
01:08:03
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1538 mb
FLAC archive size:
1735 mb
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SWF Big Band, Eddie Sauter. SWF Big Band, Eddie Sauter.

Arranger, Primary Artist.

In Germany 1959 (Live).

Between 1957 and 1959 he was Kurt Edelhagen's successor as leader of the SWF orchestra in Baden-Baden, Germany. In 1961, he worked with tenor saxophonist Stan Getz on Focus, a collaboration for which Sauter at Getz's commission wrote a suite of string compositions without primary melodies. This allowed Getz to improvise them in his customary style. In 2003 he was inducted into the Big Band and Jazz Hall of Fame. His composition "World Without Time" is used as the theme music for the public affairs show The Open Mind, which was hosted by Richard Heffner.

Profile: American trumpeter, band leader and arranger, born December 2, 1914 in Brooklyn (. died April 21, 1981 in West Nyack (. In Groups: Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra, Orchester Eddie Sauter, Sauter-Finegan Orchestra. Variations: Viewing All Eddie Sauter. E Sauter, E. Sauter, Ed Sauter, Ed Sauter Strings, Eddie Meyers, Eduard Sauter, Edward "Eddie" Sauter, Edward E. 'Eddie' Sauter, Edward Sauter, Orchestra, Sauter, Sauter-Finegan, Э. Саутер, Э. Сотер.

The orchestra was led by Eddie Sauter and Bill Finegan, who were both experienced big band arrangers. Sauter played mellophone, trumpet, and drums, and had attended Columbia University and Juilliard; Finegan had studied at the Paris Conservatory. They began recording together in 1952, using inventive arrangements that made use of a variety of unusual instruments, including many orchestral instruments as well as oddities like the kazoo and the beaten human chest. In March 1957, the pair disbanded the group, and Sauter moved to Germany; Finegan continued as an arranger. They reunited in the studio in 1959 to release a new album, Return of the Doodletown Fifers, and to do jingles for advertisers. After Sauter's death in 1981, Finegan revived the name Sauter-Finegan Orchestra for concerts in New York City in the 1980s.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Dodo SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 2:18
2 Suddenly It's Spring SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 4:34
3 Blues For Joe Gray SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 4:28
4 Studio X SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 2:25
5 S'Wonderful SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 2:58
6 A Night In Tunisia SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 3:15
7 Soon SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 3:11
8 Street Market SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 3:04
9 Where Or When SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 2:56
10 Karnival SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 5:19
11 Let's Dance SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 2:21
12 For Bud SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 3:24
13 A Girl To Remember SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 4:55
14 Fascinating Rhythm SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 1:56
15 I Can't Give You Anything But Love SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 2:05
16 Saxophonat SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 2:28
17 My Funny Valentine SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 4:39
18 High Tide SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 4:55
19 Laura SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 3:13
20 I'll Remember April SWF Big Band / Eddie Sauter 3:39