Pedro Iturralde

Pedro Iturralde - Complete Music for Saxophone & Piano (2016) {Naxos Official Digital Download}

Pedro Iturralde - Complete Music for Saxophone & Piano (2016) {Naxos Official Digital Download}
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© 2016 Naxos | 8.573429
Jazz / Classical / Chamber Music / Contemporary Jazz

Pedro Iturralde is one of the most admired Spanish composer-performers of the last half-century. An important innovator in the fusion of jazz and flamenco styles, he has also enriched his music with folk and classical idioms. One of his best-loved pieces is the Hungarian Dance, for two saxophones, whilst Suite Helénica blends jazz idioms with southern Greek folklore. Zorongo Gitano is a classic example of his fusion style, full of alluring harmonies and rhythms. The composer’s definitive versions of these works were made especially for this recording.
Pedro Iturralde Quintet feat. Paco De Lucia - Flamenco-Jazz (1967) {MPS}

Pedro Iturralde Quintet feat. Paco De Lucia - Flamenco-Jazz (1967) {MPS}
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Genre: Flamenco, Jazz

Jazz and flamenco first crossed paths not in Spain, but in the USA when Miles Davis and arranger/composer Gil Evans recorded “Sketches of Spain” in November 1959 and March 1960. It became one of the most successful jazz albums of all time. And the jazz musicians in Spain? They attempted to emulate – as did their colleagues world-wide – the American model. Jazz stood for open-mindedness; national folklore was thought of as too parochial. Spanish saxophonist Pedro Iturralde was the only musician who, under the influence of “Sketches of Spain”, added a couple of flamenco melodies to his repertoire as he toured Europe accompanied by two Germans and a Swiss. That’s why Joachim-Ernst Berendt sought him out to play at the 1967 Berlin Jazz Festival. With the festival’s motto “Jazz Meets the World”, Berendt was looking for a jazz-flamenco combination to fit the bill.
Pedro Iturralde Quintet & Paco De Lucía - Flamenco-Jazz (1968) [Remastered 2014]

Pedro Iturralde Quintet & Paco De Lucía - Flamenco-Jazz (1968) [Remastered 2014]
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 4 Tracks | 43:34 | 105 MB
Genre: Flamenco Jazz | Label: MPS Records / Edel

Jazz and flamenco first crossed paths not in Spain, but in the USA when Miles Davis and arranger/composer Gil Evans recorded “Sketches of Spain” in November 1959 and March 1960. It became one of the most successful jazz albums of all time. And the jazz musicians in Spain? They attempted to emulate – as did their colleagues world-wide – the American model. Jazz stood for open-mindedness; national folklore was thought of as too parochial. Spanish saxophonist Pedro Iturralde was the only musician who, under the influence of “Sketches of Spain”, added a couple of flamenco melodies to his repertoire as he toured Europe accompanied by two Germans and a Swiss. That’s why Joachim-Ernst Berendt sought him out to play at the 1967 Berlin Jazz Festival. With the festival’s motto “Jazz Meets the World”, Berendt was looking…

Pedro Iturralde: Jazz Flamenco Vols. 1 and 2  Music

Posted by drjazz at June 8, 2006
Pedro Iturralde: Jazz Flamenco Vols. 1 and 2

PEDRO ITURRALDE- JAZZ FLAMENCO Vols. 1 & 2 with PACO DE LUCIA (1997)
Flamenco Jazz | mp3 | 192 Kbps | 95 Mb | 8 Tracks
Pedro Iturralde, The Giant of the Flamenco-Jazz plays with Paco de Lucia again!!
Pedro Iturralde Quintet with Paco de Lucia: Flamenco Jazz (1968)

Pedro Iturralde Quintet with Paco de Lucia: Flamenco Jazz (1968)
Flamenco Jazz | mp3 | 192 Kbps | 59 Mb | 4 Tracks

Most famous Spanish Flamenco-Jazz saxophonist Pedro Iturralde plays with Paco de Lucia

(Recorded in 1967-Berlin. Released in 1968)

Pedro Iturralde - ¡Fabuloso! (1982)  Music

Posted by Melaron at Jan. 30, 2014
Pedro Iturralde - ¡Fabuloso! (1982)

Pedro Iturralde - ¡Fabuloso! (1982)
1 LP | time: 39 m 38 s | Scans 300 dpi | tags | MP3 320 CBR > 96,33 MB
Jazz, Pop, World / Label: Hispavox S 60.810 / Uploaded, Turbobit

The Spanish saxophonist, musician and composer Pedro Iturralde is one of the two most relevant figures for jazz in Spain. Iturralde has always stood out for his forceful sound, agile phrasing and ability to contribute in his compositions to popular roots. But all their music is not only jazz: he has managed to merge jazz with both 'flamenco' (after Miles Davis) and pop. In this last line fits this album.

Pedro Iturralde Quartet Featuring Hampton Hawes (1968)(2003)  Music

Posted by mfrwiz at April 4, 2009
Pedro Iturralde Quartet Featuring Hampton Hawes (1968)(2003)

Pedro Iturralde Quartet Featuring Hampton Hawes (1968)(2003)
Loseless (Ape Image File + Cue + Log + Audiochecker Log): | Eac Secure Mode Rip | Mp3 (CBR 320 Kbps): | Original Date Release: 1968
Format: CD - Label: EMI Spain - CD Original Release Date: 3 Mar 2003 - ASIN: B001KV4LBC - Jazz

Pedro Iturralde: Jazz en España  Music

Posted by zerumuga at Feb. 19, 2008
Pedro Iturralde: Jazz en España

Pedro Iturralde: Jazz en España
Jazz | 1987 | MP3 320 Kbps | CD.1=136 MB | CD.2=141MB | Covers

Tete Montoliu - En El San Juan (1996)  Music

Posted by tiburon at June 21, 2013
Tete Montoliu - En El San Juan (1996)

Tete Montoliu - En El San Juan (1996)
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Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop

This 1995 concert represents one of Tete Montoliu's last recordings prior to his death in 1997. What's unusual about this CD is that it is not a solo or trio date, but one with a sextet, which includes drummer Winard Harper, trumpeter Philip Harper, flugelhornist Danny Harper, tenor saxophonist Stephen Riley, and bassist Kiyoshi Kitagawa. The blind pianist is in terrific form, particularly in "Muntaner 83 A," his thinly disguised reworking of the standard "On Green Dolphin Street," and his blues-drenched "T'estimo Tant," which showcases Riley. Though the remaining tracks aren't at all familiar, they also bring out the best in the band.

Ines Bacan, Pedro Soler & Gaspar Claus - Serrana (2017)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at March 30, 2017
Ines Bacan, Pedro Soler & Gaspar Claus - Serrana (2017)

Ines Bacan, Pedro Soler & Gaspar Claus - Serrana (2017)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +cue, log, artworks - 339 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 123 MB | 00:53:33
Flamenco, World, Classical | Label: Les Disques du Festival Permanent | Release Year: 2017

Born in Lebrija, in the cradle of flamenco, Inés Bacán belongs to one of these great flamenco dynasties where we find almost all the most famous artists of the cante. Descending from the mythical Pinini, she is the niece of Fernanda and Bernarda de Utrera, the cousin of El Lebrijano and Pedro Peña and, of course, the sister of Pedro Bacán. It was the latter who had encouraged her to go on stage and to make the public discover her mastery of the basic styles of the gypsy flamenco singing that she interpreted until then only in the intimacy of family celebrations. "In my family if you did not sing well or were not funny (graciosa), no one paid you the least attention, and I was not funny," Ines said, Conversation with oneself that others can also understand