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Erroll Garner - Piano

Orchestra Conductor: Leith Stevens

Piano: Erroll Garner

Violins: Anatol Kaminsky, Erno Neufelo, Israel Baker, Marshall Sosson, Gerald Vinci, Nathan Ross, Joe Stepansky,

Jacques Casselin, Victor Arno, Paul Shure

Violas: Paul Robyn, Virginia Majewski, Allan Harshman, Stan Harris

Cellos: Kurt Reher, Ray Kramer, Eleanor Slatkin, Armand Kaproff

Bass: Keith Mitchell

Drums: Alvin Stoller

Harp: Verlyle Brilhart

Alto Flutes: Harry Klee, Ted Nash

Clarinets: Ronald Langinger, Morris Crawford

Bass Clarinets: Justin Gordon, Charles Gentry

Bongos, Timpani: Frank Flynn

Tambourine: Larry Bunker

Sax: George Roberts

Baritone Sax: Dick Nash

Flugelhorn: Carroll Lewis

Electric Guitar: Barney Kessel

Erroll Garner

A New Kind of Love

The Erroll Garner Octave Remastered Series represents the heart of Erroll Garner’s recorded catalog. Spanning 12 albums and last 18 years of Garner’s career, this collection of music is among the most important in the history of jazz. It represents an artist in his prime, with full creative and commercial control of his output following his break with Columbia Records. Find out more about the fourth album in the series below.

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While the emotionally charged music of Erroll Garner is particularly well suited for the big screen, and has been used in countless films over the years, he only ever composed this one film score. A natural orchestrator and with an uncanny ability to sound like an entire orchestra by himself, on this record Garner makes singular use of a 35-piece orchestra to bring his music to new heights.

Nightconcert (from the Dutch Nachtconcert) is a midnight jazz performance held at The Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, one of the premiere concert halls in the world. Recorded on November 7, 1964, it features Erroll Garner with his classic trio (bassist Eddie Calhoun and drummer Kelly Martin) performing to a packed house of 2,000 enraptured fans. The audience witnessed a blistering set featuring the group’s unique take on classics from The Great American Songbook, as well as three originals by Garner: “Theme From A New Kind of Love (All Yours),” “No More Shadows” and a new composition titled “That Amsterdam Swing.”

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