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Italian jazz: from its origins to the great orchestras - Adriano Mazzoletti
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The Nozze Di Figaro: Akt I - No more going, loving butterfly - Herbert von Karajan, Franco Calabrese, Silvio Maionica, Antonio Pirino, Orchestra Del Teatro Alla Scala, Mailand, Luisa Villa, Mario Petri, Giuseppe Nessi, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Irmgard Seefried, Rolando Panerai, Sena Jurinac, Le Nozze Di Figaro :
The Nozze Di Figaro: Akt I - No more going, loving butterfly - Herbert von Karajan, Franco Calabrese, Silvio Maionica, Antonio Pirino, Orchestra Del Teatro Alla Scala, Mailand, Luisa Villa, Mario Petri, Giuseppe Nessi, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Irmgard Seefried, Rolando Panerai, Sena Jurinac, Le Nozze Di Figaro : Akt I - Was ist das für eine Komödie - Herbert von Karajan, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Rolando Panerai, Antonio Pirino, Mario Petri, Luisa Villa, Orchestra Del Teatro Alla Scala, Milan, Silvio Maionica, Giuseppe Nessi, Franco Calabrese, Irmgard Seefried, Sena Jurinac,
ILL JAZZ IN LUTTO, E' MORTO BEUDDY ABUNDANT
Ucla Medical Center on Thursday, LOS ANGELES - Buddy Rich, one of the greatest drummers of all time, died of a brain tumor. On 16 March Rich was operated on at the Sinai in New York: With the operation the doctors had to remove the sick part.
In the swing years of the thirties and forties, Buddy Rich was one of the most important and respected musicians. Born in Brooklyn on 30 June 1917 as the son of an art family, Rich's father was a dancer and his mother was a singer in light shows.
At the age of two he already played his instrument, which later became his instrument in "Stars and strips forever"; at the age of four he made his Broadway debut, at six he toured Australia. And as a teenager he began to play seriously: first in the orchestras of Joe Marsala, Bunny Berigan and Benny Carter, then, in the 1940s, in the big bands of Artie Shaw and Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey.
His success was enormous; Buddy Rich had a great technique and sounded so fluent that he was called "the fastest hands in the world". After World War II, Rich formed his own group and his fame didn't go back; even his desire to play remained so intact that he had the strength to take the sticks back into his hands immediately after an open heart operation in 1983.
"He was a man full of life, he was a friend of mine, you could say we started together in Tommy Dorsey's orchestras. In addition to his skill and quick and special style, Buddy Rich will be remembered for his witty spirit, for his constant good mood.
"Rich replied without hesitation, it's me." When the nurse in the operating theatre asked him on 16 March whether he was allergic to something called "Yes, to countrymusic", the drummer replied.