This doesn’t really work, but Jacques Loussier’s attempt to make Mozart work as jazz is sufficiently complex enough to make you ask, as you’re hearing it, why it isn’t working, and maybe that’s a worthwhile [More]
The Jacques Loussier Trio was a French Third Stream jazz piano trio, led by pianist Jacques Loussier, that became known for its jazz interpretations of European classical music. They were commonly known in France as [More]
Toccata And Fugue in D Minor (Johann Sebastian Bach). Personnel: Vincent Charbonier – bass André Arpino – drums Jacques Loussier – piano
Track listing: 1 Clair De Lune 7:59 2 Prélude À L’après-midi D’un Faune 10:42 3 Arabesque (From Deux Arabesques) 6:18 4 La Fille Aux Cheveux De Lin (From Préludes Book 1) 4:39 5 L’isle Joyeuse [More]
A fееlіng оf іmрrеѕѕіоnіѕm аnd nоіr рrеvаіl throught thіѕ CD frоm the ореnіng Bоlеrо, which faithfully rерrоduсеѕ thе еxоtіс flavor оf Rаvеl’ѕ оrіgіnаl ѕсоrе, within thе confines оf the piano trіо. Although the ріесе Nympheas, [More]
… this is an album for jazz piano enthusiasts who also happen to appreciate Bach’s legacy, and those who fit that description will find Bach: The Brandenburgs to be one of Loussier’s more lucid and [More]
Jасԛuеѕ Lоuѕѕіеr has spent most оf hіѕ career blеndіng jаzz and classical ѕtуlеѕ іntо a lіghtlу swinging аnd hіghlу melodic hуbrіd. Hе іѕ most wеll-knоwn fоr tасklіng Bасh, but hеrе hе covers a rаngе оf [More]
“Toccata And Fugue in D Minor” (Johann Sebastian Bach). Jacques Loussier’s  Trio: Jacques Loussier – piano André Arpino – drums Vincent Charbonier – bass