Terence Blanchard - A Tale Of God's Will (A Requiem For Katrina) album mp3
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Studio album by Terence Blanchard. Terence Blanchard chronology. A Tale of God's Will (A Requiem for Katrina) (2007). Choices (2009)Choices2009. In 2007 Blanchard recorded "A Tale of God's Will", which contains parts ("The Water," "Levees," "Wading Through" and "Funeral Dirge") of the recording that were heard in Spike Lee's documentary. Terence Blanchard’s mother Wilhelmina lost her Pontchartrain Park home in the tragedy, but thankfully survived.
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Terence Blanchard – Composer, Conductor, Liner Notes, Orchestration, Producer, Trumpet Zac Harmon – ?, Tabla Derrick Hodge – Bass (Acoustic), Bass (Electric), Composer, Liner Notes Aaron Parks – Composer, Liner Notes, Orchestration, Piano Kendrick Scott – Composer, Drums, Orchestration, Percussion Brice Winston – Composer, Liner Notes, Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor).
Terence Blanchard was born in New Orleans. You can hear it in his tone when he plays. All the influences of the former sons (Louis Armstrong, King Oliver) as well as all the Big Easy's rich cultures and heritage can be heard whenever his lips hit metal. A Tale of God's Will" is not just another of TB's jazz albums but his own soundtrack to the horror that was Hurricane Katrina. He creates the calm before the storm, the tension, hurricane and the aftermath from one song to the next
New Orleans' trumpeter Terence Blanchard's A Tale Of God's Will (A Requiem For Katrina) is one of the genre's infrequent successes. A majestic and emotionally-charged disc, it employs the sonic grandeur of the 40-piece Northwest Sinfonia to convey the magnitude of the devastation Hurricane Katrina wreaked on New Orleans in 2005, without at any time compromising the fundamental jazz character of the music
Terence Blanchard's 2001 album Let's Get Lost featured arrangements of classic songs written by Jimmy McHugh and performed by his quintet with vocalists Diana Krall, Jane Monheit, Dianne Reeves, and Cassandra Wilson. On February 10, 2008, Blanchard won his first Grammy Award as a bandleader for A Tale of God's Will (A Requiem for Katrina) in the category of Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album. His two other Grammy Awards were as a sideman for Art Blakey (1984) and McCoy Tyner (2004).
A Tale of God's Will (A Requiem for Katrina). A Tale of God's Will (A Requiem for Katrina) is a studio album recorded in 2007 by the Terence Blanchard Quintet. The album was originally released on August 14, 2007 via Blue Note label. In 2008, Blanchard won a Grammy Award for Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album, and was nominated for Best Jazz Instrument Solo for his work on the song "Levees".
The album extends the music that the trumpeter wrote for Spike Lee’s documentary When the Levees Broke. With a 40-piece symphony orchestra on hand the results vary between efficiently atmospheric soundtrack music and the genuinely inspired. Blanchard’s declamatory horn can stir the heart; he blows like a blues player sings – slipping and sliding between notes, sometimes angry, sometimes mournful. But a little less symphonic sheen and a little more jazz wouldn’t have come amiss.