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  1. Hymn to Freedom Series: Festival Choral SATB, SSA, Score & Parts, Oscar Peterson – Live in '63, '64 & '65 Jazz Icons DVD Series: Live/ DVD DVD Artist: Oscar Peterson (US) HL ISBN: Add to Cart. Add to Wish List. Hymn to Freedom.
  2. Oscar Emmanuel Peterson (15 August – 23 December ) was a Canadian jazz pianist, vocalist and composer. Originally from Montreal, Quebec, Peterson is said to be one of the most technically brilliant and melodically inventive jazz pianists of all time, with a career that lasted more than 65 years.
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  4. OSCAR PETERSON Live in '63, '64 and ' Sweden, Reunion Blues Satin Doll But Not For Me It Ain't Necessarily So Chicago (That Toddling Town) Oscar Peterson, piano Roy Eldridge, trumpet Ray Brown, double bass Ed Thigpen, drums. Denmark, Soon On Green Dolphin Street Bags' Groove Tonight C-Jam Blues Hymn to Freedom. Oscar Peterson.
  5. Oscar Peterson live in , 19Live in '63, '64 & '65 Live in , 19Mörk sång (Television program) Swing it Oscar. Live in Finland (Television program) Responsibility: producers, David Peck, Phillip Galloway & Tom Gulotta for Reelin' in the Years Productions.
  6. oscar peterson live in '63, '64, ' jazz icons/ concert dvd- brand new! Jazz Icons DVDs feature full-length concerts and in-studio performances by the greatest legends of jazz, filmed all over the world from the s through the headbaiprivruenhypoutecchhallenrewoodsrac.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  7. Sep 30,  · One of several new DVD releases from NAXOS ' Jazz Icons series is late pianist Oscar Peterson's famed '60s trio, captured live in Scandinavia spanning Featuring Doug Ramsey's insightful liner notes to round out a twenty-four page booklet, the black and white footage reinforces the musicians' zealous interactions and tight-knit /5(57).
  8. Performances featuring the jazz pianist, filmed for the television programs, Mørk sang (Sweden, ), Swing it Oscar (Denmark, ) and Live in Finland (Finland, ).
  9. A very early performance of Peterson's signature tune “Hymn to Freedom” is included, as well as a special guest segment showcasing the amazing Clark Terry on trumpet and cornet. 84 minutes. Songs performed from the Sweden concert include: Reunion Blues • Satin Doll • But Not for Me • It Ain't Necessarily So • Chicago (That.

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