Gerry Mulligan


Gerry Mulligan
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Gerry Mulligan
Gerry Mulligan, ca. 1980s (William P. Gottlieb 16211).jpg
Gerry Mulligan, circa 1980

Nom Gerald Joseph Mulligan
Naissance 6 avril 1927
New York
Drapeau des États-Unis États-Unis
Décès 20 janvier 1996
Genre musical Jazz, Cool Jazz
Instruments Saxophone Baryton
Gerry Mulligan, par Erling Mandelmann

Gerald Joseph « Gerry » Mulligan, né le 6 avril 1927 à New York et mort le 20 janvier 1996, est un musicien de jazz américain, saxophoniste baryton et soprano, pianiste, chef d'orchestre, compositeur et arrangeur[1],

Il est avant tout connu pour son jeu au saxophone baryton, léger et aérien, qui a marqué l'histoire du jazz. Son quartette sans piano du début des années 1950 avec le trompettiste Chet Baker est toujours considéré comme l'une des formations les plus importantes de l'époque du cool jazz. C'était également un arrangeur remarquable qui a travaillé avec des artistes aussi importants que Claude Thornhill, Miles Davis, Stan Kenton, Paul Desmond, entre autres.

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Discographie

  • The Gerry Mulligan Quartet (1951, Fantasy Records Fantasy 3-6)
  • The Gerry Mulligan Quartet/Gerry Mulligan with the Chubby Jackson Big Band (1950-52)- The big band sides are from 1950, the band led by bassist Jackson included Howard McGhee, Zoot Sims, and trombonist J. J. Johnson. The quartet sides, with Chet Baker were recorded at two sessions in 1952.
  • Historically Speaking (1951)
  • The Original Quartet With Chet Baker - (1952-3) 2-CD collection of the recordings of the pianoless quartet with Chico Hamilton for Pacific Jazz
  • Konitz Meets Mulligan (1953) - with Chet Baker
  • Gerry Mulligan quartet: Pleyel Concert - (June 1954) 2 CD, with G.M. (b.sax), Bob Brookmeyer (v.trb.), Red Mitchell (b), Frank Isola (d)
  • At Storyville (1956) - Quartet, live in Boston, Mulligan plays piano on some tracks,
  • Reunion with Chet Baker (1957)
  • Mulligan Meets Monk (1957) with Thelonious Monk as co-leader
  • Blues in Time (1957) - Quartet with Paul Desmond Verve records, released on CD as Gerry Mulligan/Paul Desmond Quartet
  • Getz Meets Mulligan in Hi-Fi (Oct.1957) with G.M. (b.&t. sax), Stan Getz (t.sax), Lou Levy (p), Ray Brown (b), Stan Levey (d).
  • Jazz Giants '58 (1958, Verve)
  • What Is There To Say? (1958) - piano-less quartet with Art Farmer
  • Gerry Mulligan Meets Ben Webster (Nov. 1959) with G.M. (b.sax), Ben Webster (t.sax), Jimmy Rowles (p), Leroy Vinnegar (b), Mel Lewis (d).
  • Gerry Mulligan and the Concert Jazz Band at the Village Vanguard (1960), with a big band driven by drummer Mel Lewis
  • Live at the Olympia Paris (1960-62) with the Concert Jazz Band
  • The Gerry Mulligan Quartets - Complete Studio Rec. (1962/1957) with G.M. (b.sax & p), Bob Brookmeyer (v.trb & p)/Chet Baker (trp), Bill Crow/Henry Grimes (b), Gus Johnson/Dave Bailey (d).
  • Complete Studio Recordings- The Gerry Mulligan Sextet (1962-4) with Art Farmer, Bob Brookmeyer, Jim Hall (g), Bill Crow (b), Dave Bailey (d).
  • Jeru (1963) with Tommy Flanagan,Piano , Ben Tucker, Bass, Dave Bailey, Drums, and Alec Dorsey, Conga Drum
  • Night Lights (1963) with trumpeter Art Farmer, Bob Brookmeyer (v.trb), Jim Hall (g).
  • Live at the Berlin Philharmonie (1970) with the Dave Brubeck Trio.
  • Age of Steam (Feb.-July 1971) G.M. and his Orchestra.
  • Summit (1974) with G.M. (b. sax), Astor Piazzolla (bnd), Angel Pocho Gatti (p), Tullio De Piscopo (d), Giuseppe Prestipino (Pino Presti) (b), Alberto Baldan & Gianni Zilioli (mb), Filippo Daccó & Bruno De Filippi (g), Umberto Benedetti Michelangeli (1er v), Renato Riccio (1er v.la), Ennio Mori (1er c).
  • Gerry Muligan/Chet Baker: Carnegie Hall Concert (Nov. 1974) with G.M. (b.sax), Chet Baker (trp), Ed Byrne (trb), Bob James (p), John Scofield (g), Ron Carter (b), Harvey Mason (d), Dave Samuels (vb).
  • Gerry Mulligan meets Enrico Intra (1976) with G.M. (b.sax), Enrico Intra (p), G.Carlo Barigozzi (f), Sergio Farina (g), Pino Presti (b), Tullio De Piscopo (d).
  • Lonesome Boulevard (1990)
  • Re-Birth of the Cool (1992) - re-recordings of Miles Davis 1949 Birth of the Cool recordings, which Mulligan had been part of.
  • Billy Taylor and Gerry Mulligan: Live at MCG (1993) live, with pianist Billy Taylor at Manchester Craftsmen's Guild (MCG) in Pittsburgh.
  • Paraiso (1993) with Brazilian singer Jane Duboc
  • Dragonfly (1995) - the final recordings

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