Trovajoli: Trovajoli Jazz Piano

Trovajoli SKU: 39151285
Trovajoli: Trovajoli Jazz Piano

Trovajoli: Trovajoli Jazz Piano

Trovajoli SKU: 39151285

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $22.98
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Description

Title: Trovajoli Jazz Piano
Artist: Trovajoli
Label: Down at Dawn
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 889397001346
Genre: Jazz

Down At Dawn present a reissue of Trovajoli Jazz Piano, originally released in 1959. More famous for his great film music works than for his jazz piano playing, composer, and orchestra conductor, Armando Trovajoli was in fact one of the very first musicians to carry the standard of jazz in Italy. Originally released on Italian RCA in 1959, Trovajoli Jazz Piano was his first official jazz album and today after 60 years from it's release it still stands as an important proof of an early Italian approach to jazz. This is a fine session based on a perfect mixture of all-time favorite jazz standards, among them: "These Foolish Things" and "Round Midnight", and some highly sophisticated renditions of Broadway musical themes, such as "Have You Met Miss Jones?"

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