VITOUS, Miroslav: Live in Vienna (2005)

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Vitous, Miroslav - Double Bass


Venue: Porgy and Bess, Vienna
Date of Concert: 2005

Free Improvisations
Vitous, Miroslav - Double Bass
Beethoven
Vitous, Miroslav - Double Bass
Variations on Dvorak's Cello Concerto in B minor, Op. 104, B. 191
Vitous, Miroslav - Double Bass
My Foolish Heart
Vitous, Miroslav - Double Bass
Jewish Psalm
Vitous, Miroslav - Double Bass
Milestones
Vitous, Miroslav - Double Bass
Opera
Vitous, Miroslav - Double Bass
Bamboo Forest
Vitous, Miroslav - Double Bass


Catalogue Number: QLDVD6841
UPC: 022891684190

The double bass is the deepest of all string instruments. It is not always up front, but it is an influential element in classical, world and jazz music.

Miroslav Vitous arrived in New York in 1967, where he quickly involved himself in the music scene, playing with many different artists including Charlie Mariano, Bob Broolmeyer, Stan Getz, Herbie Mann, Miles Davis and Chick Corea. In 1970, along with Wayne Shorter and Joe Zawinul, he formed the supergroup Weather Report. He then formed the Miroslav Vitous Group with John Surman, Kenny Kirkland and Jon Christensen. He later reunited with Chick Corea and Roy Haynes, and then with Stanley Clark before embarking on an equally successful solo career.

Bonus feature:
- Interview with Miroslav Vitous

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