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Performer: Roy Campbell
Genre: Jazz
Title: Arts Interplay
Released: 2008
Style: Free Improvisation
FLAC version ZIP size: 1731 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1173 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1893 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 218
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Roy Campbell, Betsch. What's That Artwork By – Jeff y – Maria Mitchell. 2 –MusicWitness Jeff Schlanger. Le Memoire Et La Main Film Director – Günter Christmann. 4 –Günter Christmann. Cellophan Cello – Günter ChristmannFilm Director – Günter Christmann. 5. –Barre Phillips, Jan Konrad Grüneberg.

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Maria Mitchell is best known for being the first professional female astronomer in the United States. She discovered a new comet in 1847 that became known as "Miss Mitchell's Comet. Maria Mitchell was born on August 1, 1818, in Nantucket, Massachusetts. She studied astronomy on her own time with the support of her father. In 1847, Mitchell discovered a new comet, which became known as "Miss Mitchell's Comet," gaining her recognition in astronomy circles. The breakthrough brought Mitchell respect and recognition among astronomers and other scientists, and in 1848, she became the first woman to be named to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. The following year, Mitchell made computations for the American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac. In 1850, she was elected to the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

John Edmund Andrew Phillips (August 30, 1935 – March 18, 2001) was an American singer, guitarist, songwriter, and promoter of the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival. Phillips was a member and leader of the vocal group The Mamas & the Papas. Phillips was born August 30, 1935 in Parris Island, South Carolina. His father, Claude Andrew Phillips, was a retired United States Marine Corps officer.

The album has only one track, an endless improvisation of these three instruments, who woo each other, rejoice, moan, weep and sing, while at the same time being full of character and gentleness, but full of a deep authenticity, playing blues and jazz and middle-eastern sounds, without any false sentiments or pretence, so real, so real. I don't know the person Roy Campbell well. I met him several times when he performed in Belgium, or at the Vision Festival, and talked to him, after the concert, once even sat the bar with him to chat about his music

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Roy Campbell, Barre Phillips, John Betsch What's That
Artwork By [Paintings] – Jeff SchlangerChoreography [Dance] – Maria Mitchell
53:00
2 MusicWitness Jeff Schlanger* Spiritworld 12:00
3 Barre Phillips Le Memoire Et La Main
Film Director – Günter Christmann
7:00
4 Günter Christmann Cellophan
Cello – Günter ChristmannFilm Director – Günter Christmann
7:00
5 Barre Phillips, Jan Roder, Berit Jung, Konrad Grüneberg Bass Quartett 20:00

Credits

  • Film Director – Ebba Jahn

Notes

Arts Interplay
Improvised music with dance, live paintings, and film, recorded during festival Interplay! Berlin 2006 by Ebba Jahn.
Total Running Time: 100 Minutes
Double sided DVD 10 NTSC all region / PAL all region, Standard Format
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Excerpts of a review by musicWitness®   The main concert section is an inspiring document of the intense engagement of Mitchell’s movement expression with powerful improvising musicians, whose individuality and openness to the moment is so clearly revealed in detail.Jahn’s direction and editing is beautifully done, getting the best out of the available filmed material and remaining true to the spirit and intent of the live event. All in all, we are fortunate to have such a vital document of a creative human meeting available. The Bass Quartet segment is an extraordinarily detailed presentation of master Barre Phillips sensitivity in urging his younger workshop colleagues to dramatically extend their musical and personal relationships with their bass partners both individually and in ensemble together is a perfect preliminary exposition of possibilities in developing skills in group improvisation and human interchange, visibly and aurally leading to an actualized unique artistic consummation.  Check it out.The video direction of this segment, perhaps because of the more contained visual sightlines and the brilliantly-lit, close-up footage available, is close to perfect.ARTS INTERPLAY as a whole is an important contribution to the exposition of possibilities of dynamic expression offered by improvised interaction between the arts of dance, music, painting and film.---musicWitness®