Profile: South African-born Israeli visual artist and free jazz clarinetist, born 13 May 1932. Clarinetvoyance (CD, Album).
ロフィール: South African-born Israeli visual artist and free jazz clarinetist, born 13 May 1932.
10 tracks · 25 August 2005. BLUE BAG. Play album. A Mono Musical Suite for Three Manic Musicians. 2's, A Quiet Place for Mr. .
Short-info: Label: Jazzis Records – 1028 Type: CD, Album Country: Israel Date of released: 2007 Category: Jazz Style: Avant-garde Jazz, Contemporary Jazz. Harold Rubin - Trion RAR archive MP3 format.
Learn about and follow jazz musician Harold Rubin (Clarinet) at All About Jazz. Rubin became familiar with the music of Lennie Tristano, Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh which he found stimulating and of course Parker and Gillespie, Monk and later Coltrane, but he never played Bebop although he learned from it. He loved Tony Scott and Eric Dolphy. His quartet included Tony Leveton(piano) Sid Lyndsey(bass) Allan Heyes(drums). They sneaked into the black ghetto Sophiatown and made music with saxophonist Kippy Moeketsi and trombonist Jonas Gwongwa at the Odin Cinema on Sundays. Kippy and Harold became friends, listened to music and played together - each learning from the other
Harold Rubin (born 13 May 1932) is a South African-born Israeli visual artist and free jazz clarinettist. Harold Rubin was born in Johannesburg, South Africa on 13 May 1932. He attended the Jeppe High School for Boys and received private instruction in the fine arts. Instructed in the classical clarinet as a teenager, he developed a fascination with jazz and began playing at the Skyline Night Club at eighteen
The third Trion album & Fantasy' sees the band return with another winning selection of lush, endlessly melodic symphonic prog, and a more lovely and carefully crafted collection of instrumental music you won't find. Anyone who enjoys the pleasant instrumental passages of bands such as Rousseau, Camel and a little bit of Genesis will find an album lovingly crafted in the same style, proudly in debt to them yet not simply remaking their work. The music by the trio of Edo Spanninga, Eddie Mulder and Menno Boomsma is so gloriously joyful and proud of it's prog heritage. Pilgrim" is the second album of Dutch prog band Trion. It is totally instrumental and consists of eleven tracks and two bonus tracks. I've never been a great lover of so-called "bonus tracks".
- Bass – Shmil Frankel
- Clarinet – Harold Rubin
- Drums – Ram Gabay
- Producer, Liner Notes – Adam Baruch
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