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  • Michel Petrucciani Trio - Live in Concert

    59:36

    Live from Stuttgart on February 8th, 1998
    Michel Petrucciani - piano
    Anthony Jackson - bass
    Steve Gadd - drums

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    0:15 M. Petrucciani - Little Peace in C for U
    8:40 M. Petrucciani - Brazilian Like
    16:15 M. Petrucciani - Chloe Meets Gershwin
    23:00 M. Petrucciani - September Second
    28:43 Miles Davis - So What
    34:40 M. Petrucciani - Guadaloupe
    42:00 B.Strayhorn - Take the A Train
    51:22 M. Petrucciani - Cantabile

    During his tour through Germany in early 1998, Michel Petrucciani gave a breathtaking performance at the Liederhalle Stuttgart, playing his own compositions as well as standards like So What and Take the A Train. The rhythm section, consisting of the brilliant Anthony Jackson and the versatile Steve Gadd, provide an excellent backing to one of the greatest piano players of our time.

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  • Michel Petrucciani Trio: Petrucciani - September Second

    6:35

    From the Liederhalle Stuttgart,
    Michel Petrucciani gave a breathtaking performance with the brilliant bassist Anthony Jackson and the versatile drummer Steve Gadd

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    Michel Petrucciani - September Second

    During his tour through Germany in early 1998, Michel Petrucciani gave a breathtaking performance at the Liederhalle Stuttgart, playing his own compositions as well as standards like So What and Take the A Train. The rhythm section, consisting of the brilliant Anthony Jackson and the versatile Steve Gadd, provide an excellent backing to one of the greatest piano players of our time.

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  • Michel Petrucciani--Looking Up

    5:45

  • Michel Petrucciani - Round midnight

    7:53

    1993 - Stuttgarter Jazztage

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  • Michel Petrucciani Bésame Mucho Looking Up

    5:49

    Jazz in Marciac, 1996.

  • Michel Petrucciani Take the a Train & On Top of the Roof - LIVE 1998

    15:17

    Michel Petrucciani Take The a Train & Rachid - LIVE
    Nice Jazz Festival 1998

    Directed by : Patrick Savey

    Musicians :
    Michel Petrucciani (piano)
    Anthony Jackson (bass)
    Steve Gadd (drums)
    Stefano Di Battista (saxophone)
    Flavio Boltro (trumpet)
    Denis Leloup (trombone)

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  • Michel Petrucciani ‎– Michel Petrucciani Full Album

    37:39

    Michel Petrucciani ‎– Michel Petrucciani (1981)

    00:00 Hommage A Enelram Atsenig
    04:21 Days Of Wine And Roses
    11:39 Christmas Dreams
    18:54 Juste Un Moment
    24:56 Gattito
    31:04 Cherokee

    Bass – J.F. Jenny-Clark
    Cover [Concept] – Bernard Amiard
    Drums – Aldo Romano
    Engineer – Yan Willen
    Lacquer Cut By [Cutting] – Christian Orsini
    Photography By – Gilles Ehrmann
    Piano – Michel Petrucciani
    Producer – Guy Van Minden, Jean-Jacques Pussiau

    Recorded at Spitsbergen Studio, Holland, April 3 & 4 1981. Cutting: Translab.

    ℗ Owl Records 1981.

    Recorded At – Studio Spitsbergen
    Mastered At – Translab
    Pressed By – MPO
    Phonographic Copyright (p) – Owl Records

  • Petrucciani - September Second

    6:35

    Michel Petrucciani Trio in concert: European jazz legend playing with bassist Anthony Jackson and drummer Steve Gadd

    Michel Petrucciani - piano
    Anthony Jackson - bass
    Steve Gadd - drums

    Michel Petrucciani - September Second

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  • Take The A Train  Michel Petrucciani / Steve Gadd / Anthony Jackson

    9:12

    Michel Petrucciani - Piano,
    Anthony Jackson - Bass,
    Steve Gadd - Drums

    Japan BS2 
    Jazz Festival 1998 Live

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  • 【Jazz Piano 】Besame Mucho By Michel Petrucciani

    3:15

  • Michel Petrucciani Trio Live in concert

    7:09

    Petrucciani Trio, it says I just say hello onscreen but it sounds like Giant Steps to me. Steve Ellington is on drums.

  • Michel Petrucciani - Caravan

    5:45

    Petrucciani plays caravan

  • Michel Petrucciani Trio: Petrucciani - Brazilian Like

    7:28

    From the Liederhalle Stuttgart,
    Michel Petrucciani gave a breathtaking performance with the brilliant bassist Anthony Jackson and the versatile drummer Steve Gadd

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    Michel Petrucciani - Brazilian Like

    During his tour through Germany in early 1998, Michel Petrucciani gave a breathtaking performance at the Liederhalle Stuttgart, playing his own compositions as well as standards like So What and Take the A Train. The rhythm section, consisting of the brilliant Anthony Jackson and the versatile Steve Gadd, provide an excellent backing to one of the greatest piano players of our time.

  • Michel Petrucciani So What

    5:27

    Michel Petrucciani en Duo - So What

  • Michel Petrucciani Trio / In A Sentimental Mood

    7:24

    Michel Petrucciani:p
    Gary Peacock:b
    Roy Haynes:ds
    Mt. Fuji Jazz Festival with Blue Note

  • Interview with Michel Petrucciani - North Sea Jazz Festival 1998 | NPO Soul & Jazz

    9:16

    NTR / NPO Soul & Jazz reporter Co de Kloet interviews Michel Petrucciani @ North Sea jazz Festival 1998.

  • Michel Petrucciani - Take the A Train

    9:14

    Michel Petrucciani, Anthony Jackson, Steve Gadd. Stuttgart, Germany - 1998

  • Michel Petrucciani Trio: Petrucciani – Cantabile

    6:45

    From the Liederhalle Stuttgart,
    Michel Petrucciani gave a breathtaking performance with the brilliant bassist Anthony Jackson and the versatile drummer Steve Gadd

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    Michel Petrucciani - Cantabile

    During his tour through Germany in early 1998, Michel Petrucciani gave a breathtaking performance at the Liederhalle Stuttgart, playing his own compositions as well as standards like So What and Take the A Train. The rhythm section, consisting of the brilliant Anthony Jackson and the versatile Steve Gadd, provide an excellent backing to one of the greatest piano players of our time.

  • Michel Petrucciani - Autumn Leaves

    9:21

    Music

  • Killing Michel Petrucciani Blues Solo piano transcription - free download

    3:40

    I was very lucky to have seen Michel for the first time at
    the Village Vanguard in about 1984.
    It was a stunning experience from the moment he was carried like a little baby on to the stage. For years I have listened and enjoyed
    his music.
    This particular record I have listened to countless times,
    and thought it was time to have a closer look at some of the tunes.
    On this blues called Jean-Philippe Herbien Michel plays
    20 blistering choruses! Taken from the album 'Conférence De Presse ' Eddy Louiss & Michel Petrucciani .
    I have just roughly notated the basic Blues chords as a reference.
    Hope you enjoy- the pdf can be downloaded here:

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  • Bésame Mucho - Michel Petrucciani

    3:15

    Marvellous
    with the Graffiti String Quartet

    Michel Petrucciani : piano
    Dave Holland : bass
    Tony Williams : drums

  • Master Class Michel Petrucciani

    14:37

    Subtitles done by Ivanovan88 !
    Students that we see on the video :
    Student 1 : Ludovic Allainmat
    tune payed at 7:25 : Blue Bossa

  • B. Strayhorn - Take the A Train

    9:15

    Michel Petrucciani Trio in concert: European jazz legend playing with bassist Anthony Jackson and drummer Steve Gadd

    Michel Petrucciani - piano
    Anthony Jackson - bass
    Steve Gadd - drums

    B. Strayhorn - Take the A Train

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  • Petrucciani – Cantabile

    6:45

    Michel Petrucciani Trio in concert: European jazz legend playing with bassist Anthony Jackson and drummer Steve Gadd

    Michel Petrucciani - piano
    Anthony Jackson - bass
    Steve Gadd - drums

    Michel Petrucciani – Cantabile

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  • Michel Petrucciani - In a sentimental mood

    7:10

    1993 - Stuttgarter Jazztage

  • Michel Petrucciani - Estate Live at Montreux 1990

    7:51

    Michel Petrucciani - Estate (Summer in Italia) Live at Montreux 1990

  • Silence - Michel Petrucciani

    5:57

    Quella strana convinzione che le vicende che mi capitano abbiano un senso ulteriore, significhino qualcosa; che la vita con le sue vicende racconti qualcosa di sé, ci sveli gradatamente qualche suo segreto, stia davanti a noi come un rebus il cui senso è necessario decifrare, e le vicende che viviamo siano la mitologia della nostra vita e in questa mitologia stia la chiave della verità, e del mistero. Si tratta forse di un inganno? È possibile, è addirittura probabile, ma non riesco a sbarazzarmi del bisogno di decifrare continuamente la mia vita.

    Milan Kundera, Lo scherzo

    Michel Petrucciani - Album 100 Hearts

    Recorded live at KOOL JAZZ FESTIVAL in June of 1983


    Side 1
    1. Turnaround (Ornette Coleman)
    2. Three Forgotten Magic Words (Michel Petrucciani)
    3. Silence (Charlie Haden)
    4. St. Thomas (Sonny Rollins)

    Side 2
    1. Pot Pouri (A Medley)
    a. Someday My Prince Will Come (Larry Morely - Frank Churchill)
    b. All The Things You Are (Jerome Kern - Oscar Hammerstein)
    c. A Child Is Born (Thad Jones - Alec Wilder)
    d. Very Early (Bill Evans)
    e. Pot Pourri Transitions (Michel Petrucciani)
    2. 100 Hearts (Michel Petrucciani)


    Michel Petrucciani - piano

  • Michel Petrucciani - Live At The Village Vanguard

    53:11

    Michel Petrucciani
    Jim Hall

  • Michel Petrucciani Trio: Strayhorn - Take the A Train

    9:15

    From the Liederhalle Stuttgart,
    Michel Petrucciani gave a breathtaking performance with the brilliant bassist Anthony Jackson and the versatile drummer Steve Gadd

    Click here to watch the whole concert with Michel Petrucciani:
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    B. Strayhorn - Take the A Train

    During his tour through Germany in early 1998, Michel Petrucciani gave a breathtaking performance at the Liederhalle Stuttgart, playing his own compositions as well as standards like So What and Take the A Train. The rhythm section, consisting of the brilliant Anthony Jackson and the versatile Steve Gadd, provide an excellent backing to one of the greatest piano players of our time.

  • Michel Petrucciani - Jazzwoche Burghausen 1993

    46:36

    - In A Sentimental Mood
    - My Funny Valentine
    - C-Jam Blues
    - You Are My Waltz
    - Satin Doll

    Michel Petrucciani - piano

    24. Internationale Jazzwoche Burghausen 1993, Germany

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  • Michel Petrucciani - Afro blue

    5:26

  • Michel Petrucciani - Why

    5:54

    Jazz Piano

    Michel Petrucciani Why

  • Petrucciani - Brazilian Like

    7:28

    Michel Petrucciani Trio in concert: European jazz legend playing with bassist Anthony Jackson and drummer Steve Gadd

    Michel Petrucciani - piano
    Anthony Jackson - bass
    Steve Gadd - drums

    Michel Petrucciani - Brazilian Like

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  • Michel Petrucciani - Satin Doll

    6:43

    1993 Stuttgarter Jazztage

  • Jim Hall and Petrucciani live Beautiful Love

    7:31

    Again Super Jazz Masters live, someone had up load this before but then erase it
    Here a text book example of demonstrating meaning a style, comping technique, controlling dynamics

  • Flamingo - Stéphane Grappelli & Michel Petrucciani

    4:11

    Flamingo - Stéphane Grappelli & Michel Petrucciani.

    DISCLAIMER:These videos were made for promotional purposes. I DO NOT own the rights to any of the songs, pictures or videos used in the footage. All credit and rights are reserved to their respective owners and talented artists. If you do not wish your work to be exposed, send me a private message and I will remove it immediately. But please consider the effort I put in compiling all videos.

  • Smooth Jazz / Michel Petrucciani - Looking Up - Music 01

    5:49

    ★ Smooth Jazz Reviews ★

  • C-Jam Blues - Michel Petrucciani

    8:34

    Michel Petrucciani performing C-Jam Blues piano solo live.
    Music composed by Duke Ellington!

  • 재즈피아노 악보 Michel Petrucciani - My Funny Valentine

    3:05

    Michel Petrucciani - My Funny Valentine (Solo 악보 공유)

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  • Michel Petrucciani Trio: Miles Davis - So What

    4:59

    From the Liederhalle Stuttgart,
    Michel Petrucciani gave a breathtaking performance with the brilliant bassist Anthony Jackson and the versatile drummer Steve Gadd

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    Miles Davis - So What

    During his tour through Germany in early 1998, Michel Petrucciani gave a breathtaking performance at the Liederhalle Stuttgart, playing his own compositions as well as standards like So What and Take the A Train. The rhythm section, consisting of the brilliant Anthony Jackson and the versatile Steve Gadd, provide an excellent backing to one of the greatest piano players of our time.

  • Michel Petrucciani-september second

    4:44

    from album -the blue note years-great song awesome best pianist

  • Michel Petrucciani- Round Midnight

    8:53

  • Ai Kuwabara plays Home by Michel Petrucciani

    7:47

    Ai Kuwabara -solo piano-
    Home by Michel Petrucciani
    2016年7月12日
    @東京オペラシティ・リサイタルホール

    演奏 : 桑原あい
    撮影 : 中島唱太、河原啓太

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    コンサート情報 -Concert Info-
    「響楽~KYOGAKU~クラシックホールの陣2016」
    冬の陣 : 2016年12月7日(水)
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    前売¥4,800 / 当日¥5,300
    開場18:30 / 開演19:00
    桑原あい(Piano),森田悠介(Electric-Bass)
    須原杏(Violin), 島内晶子(Viola), 林田順平.JP(Cello)

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  • Michel Petrucciani - So What

    7:36

    Michel Petrucciani - So What

    Trio in Tokyo 1997

    Drums: Steve Gadd
    Bass: Anthony Jackson
    Piano: Michel Petrucciani

  • Michel Petrucciani - On Green Dolphin Street

    11:17

    Concerts Inédits, 1999 year
    Composers: Bronislaw Kaper, Ned Washington;

  • Miles Davis - So What

    4:59

    Michel Petrucciani Trio in concert: European jazz legend playing with bassist Anthony Jackson and drummer Steve Gadd

    Michel Petrucciani - piano
    Anthony Jackson - bass
    Steve Gadd - drums

    Miles Davis - So What

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  • Michel Petrucciani - 100 Hearts

    9:59

    Michel Petrucciani came from an Italo-French family with a musical background. His father Tony played guitar and his brother Louis played bass. Michel was born with osteogenesis imperfecta, which is a genetic disease that causes brittle bones and in his case short stature. It is also often linked to pulmonary ailments. In his early career his father and brother occasionally carried him, literally, because he could not walk far on his own unaided. In certain respects though he considered it an advantage as it got rid of distractions, like sports, that other boys tended to become involved in.[1]

    At an early age he became an enthusiast of Duke Ellington and wished to become a pianist like him. Although he trained for years as a classical pianist, jazz remained his main interest. He gave his first professional concert at 13. At this point in his life he was still quite fragile and had to be carried to and from the piano. His size meant that he required aids to reach the piano's pedals, but his hands were average in length. This had its advantages, however: at the start of his career Petrucciani's manager would often smuggle him into hotel rooms in a suitcase in a bid to save money. By the age of 18 he was part of a successful trio. He moved to the US in 1982, where he successfully encouraged Charles Lloyd to resume playing actively. On February 22, 1985, with Petrucciani cradled in his arms, Lloyd walked onto the stage at Town Hall in New York City and sat him on his piano stool for what would be an historic evening in jazz history: the filming of One Night with Blue Note. The film's director John Jopson would later recall in the film's reissued liner notes that the moment moved him to tears. In 1986 Petrucciani recorded a live album with Wayne Shorter and Jim Hall. He also played with diverse figures in the US jazz scene including Dizzy Gillespie.[2]

    In 1994 he was granted a Légion d'honneur in Paris.

    His own style was initially influenced by Bill Evans although some compare him to Keith Jarrett. He is often deemed to be among the best jazz pianists ever to come from France.

    On the personal side he had three significant relationships. His first marriage to Italian pianist Gilda Buttà ended in divorce. He also fathered two children, one being a son named Alexandre. One of these children inherited his condition. He also had a stepson named Rachid Roperch.[3]

    Michel Petrucciani died just after his 36th birthday from a pulmonary infection. He was interred in Le Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris.

    On February 12, 2009 the French music channel Mezzo broadcast a special event paying homage to Petrucciani ten years after his death.

    The first two American albums featuring Michel Petrucciani were produced by Gabreal Franklin. The first, 100 Hearts, a solo album, was produced at the famous RCA Studio A, on the Avenue of the Americas in New York City. The second was a trio album, recorded live at Max Gordon's old Village Vanguard club in New York City. These were among the first albums to use newly developed digital recording technology, on Mitsubishi X80 recorders, so early on that the only manuals available were in Japanese; but Franklin and Tom Arrison managed to get them to function by trial and error, and produced excellent results.

    Reference: Wikipedia.com

  • Michel Petrucciani - Lullaby

    5:22

    MP at his very best

  • Michel Petrucciani - Memories Of Paris @ 432 Hz

    5:24

    Welcome to my channel! More information regarding 432 Hz music, tracklist (where available) and random thoughts in description.

    Original song(s) are time scaled & pitch shifted to 432 Hz then remastered by humble me.

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    432 Hz is said to be mathematically consistent with the patterns of the universe. Studies reveal that 432hz tuning vibrates with the universe’s golden mean PHI and unifies the properties of light, time, space, matter, gravity and magnetism with biology, the DNA code and consciousness. When our atoms and DNA start to resonate in harmony with the spiraling pattern of nature, our sense of connection to nature is said to be magnified. The number 432 is also reflected in ratios of the Sun, Earth, and the moon as well as the precession of the equinoxes, the Great Pyramid of Egypt, Stonehenge, the Sri Yantra among many other sacred sites.

    Another interesting factor to consider is that the A=432 Hz tuning correlates with the color spectrum while the A=440 Hz is off.

    Audiophiles have also stated that A=432hz music seems to be non-local and can fill an entire room, whereas A=440hz can be perceived as directional or linear in sound propagation.

    Once you adopt the idea that sound (or vibration in general) can have an equilibriating and harmonizing effect (as well as a disturbing effect), the science of harmony can be applied to bring greater harmony into ones life or to atune to specific energies. There is a form of absolute and of relative harmony. Absolute harmony can for example be determined by the tuning of an instrument. The ancients tuned their instruments at an A of 432 Hz instead of 440 Hz - and for a good reason. There are plenty of music examples on the internet that you can listen to in order to establish the difference for yourself. Attuning the instrument to 432 Hz results in a more relaxing sound, while 440 Hz slightly tenses up to body. This is because 440 Hz is out of tune with both macrocosmos and microcosmos. On the contrary, 432 Hz is in tune. To give an example of how this is manifested microcosmically: our breath (0,3 Hz) and our puls (1,2 Hz) relate to the frequency of the lower octave of an A of 432 Hz (108 Hz) as 1:360 and 1:90.

    It is interesting to note that 432 Hz was the standard pitch of many old instruments, and that it was only recently (19th and 20th century) the standard pitch was increased. This was done in order to be able to play for bigger audiences. Bigger aduiences (more bodies) absorb more of the lower frequencies, so the higher pitch was more likely to “cut through”. One of the oldest instruments of the world is the bell ensemble of Yi Zeng (dated 423 BC), tuned to a standard F4 of 345 Hz which gives an A= 432 Hz. The frequency of 345 Hz is that of the platonic year! Similarly many old organs are tuned in an A=432 as well; for example: St. Peter’s Capella Gregoriana, St. Peter’s Capella Giulia, S. Maria Maggiore in Rome.

    Maria Renold’s book “Intervals Scales Tones and the Concert Pitch C=128hz” claims conclusive evidence that 440Hz and raising concert pitch above scientific “C” Prime=128hz (Concert A=432hz) disassociates the connection of consciousness to the body and creates anti-social conditions in humanity.

    The difference between concert pitch A=440Hz and Concert A=432Hz is only 8 cycles per second, but it is a perceptible difference of awareness in the human consciousness experience of the dream we share called existence.

  • Michel Petrucciani | Piano Solo

    6:25

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    Michel Petrucciani | Piano Solo

    Michel Petrucciani (French pronunciation: ​[miʃɛl petʁutʃani]; Italian: [petrutˈtʃaːni]; 28 December 1962, Orange, Vaucluse, France – 6 January 1999, New York City, U.S.) was a French jazz pianist. From birth he had osteogenesis imperfecta, a genetic disease that causes brittle bones and, in his case, short stature. He became one of the most accomplished jazz pianists of his generation despite having arms that caused him pain.
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