Propulsed by a spiritual and artistic quest, “Trane” did not content himself with pushing back the technical limits of the saxophone (tenor and soprano) to the point of still being unequalled nearly 30 years after his death. His encyclopedic musical culture, his artistic integrity and the universality of his message make him by far the most influential jazz man of the second half of the century. At first with Miles Davis, then at the head of his legendary quartets and quintets, he enlarged the field of improvisation through the exploitation of scales far beyond the rules of harmony and by taking his inspiration from traditional African and Asian music.
JOHN COLTRANE (JAZZ COLLECTION)
- Jean-Noël Cristiani
- 52 min
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