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  • Oscar Peterson - C Jam Blues


    Live in Denmark,1964.
    Oscar Peterson on Piano
    Ray Brown on Bass
    Ed Thigpen on Drums

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  • The Very Best of Oscar Peterson


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  • Oscar Peterson Piano Lesson


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  • Oscar Peterson Trio & Ella Fitzgerald - Jazz At The Philharmonic - 1957 • World of Jazz


    This is the full concert of The Oscar Peterson Trio with Ella Fitzgerald from the 'Jazz at the Philharmonic' tour 1957 in the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the Netherlands.
    This concert was recorded on May 5, 1957 by Dutch AVRO television at the time and broadcast on August 28, 1958.
    The concert is introduced by Norman Granz himself.
    First he introduces the Oscar Peterson Trio with Peterson on piano, Herb Ellis on guitar and Ray Brown on bass.
    Later they are joined by Joe Jones on drums and Roy Eldridge on trumpet.
    Half way the concert Stuff Smith joins on violin.
    And last but certainly not least, Mrs Ella Fitzgerald joins, with Don Abney on piano.
    Enjoy this great concert!

    Recorded on May 5, 1957 and first broadcast on August 25, 1958.

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  • 『Oscar Peterson:We Get Requests』


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  • Oscar Peterson - Body and Soul


    Oscar Peterson plays Body and Soul with John Williams and The Boston Pops

  • Ben Webster meets Oscar Peterson


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    0:00 Poutin
    8:12 Sunday
    15:30 I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good
    23:15 Perdido
    31:21 Come Sunday
    39:01 For All We Know
    49:43 Cottontail

  • FULL CONCERT Oscar Peterson & Count Basie & Joe Pass 1980 - Words & Music


    The complete special BBC with interview!!!

    Oscar Peterson & Count Basie (piano)
    Joe Pass (guitar)
    Niels Pedersen (bass)
    Martin Drew (drums)

    1 part - Joe Pass
    2 part - Count Basie

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  • Oscar Peterson - Summertime


    Probably the best version of this standard, absolutely killin solo

  • Oscar Peterson - Hymn To Freedom


    Live in Denmark,1964.
    Oscar Peterson on Piano
    Ray Brown on Bass
    Ed Thigpen on Drums

  • Oscar Peterson - On Green Dolphin Street


  • Oscar Peterson Solo


    Oscar Peterson Plays beautiful piano solo. Recorded in Tokyo, 1999.

  • Oscar Peterson & Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen • 15-07-1979 • World of Jazz


    Rare performance of Oscar Peterson, piano, and Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, bass during the North Sea Jazz Festival in the Congres Gebouw in The Hague, 15 July 1979.

    Tracklisting among others: Old Folks, Soft Winds, There is no greater love, Ballad, People, Peterson's Blues.

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  • Salute to Bach - Oscar Peterson Trio.


    Live at the Berlin Philarmonie on July 2, 1985.

    Oscar Peterson : Piano.
    NHOP : Double bass.
    Martin Drew : Drums.

  • Oscar Peterson Trio - Autumn Leaves


    Album: Eloquence
    Personnel: Oscar Peterson (p), Ray Brown (b), Ed Thigpen (ds)
    Recorded live at the Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, May 29, 1965

  • Oscar Peterson & Count Basie - Jumpin At The Woodside


    Oscar Peterson & Count Basie (piano)
    Niels Pedersen (bass)
    Martin Drew (drums)

    from bbc television

  • Oscar PetersonRound Midnight,Piano Solo .


    Oscar Peterson piano solo Round Midnight, composed by Thelonious Monk.

  • Oscar Peterson Quartet - You look good to me.


    The musicians: Oscar Peterson -- piano
    Alvin Queen - drums
    Ulf Wakenius - guitar
    Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen - bass

    From Monteal, Canada, 2005.

  • Oscar Peterson & Joe Pass - Just Friends


    Oscar Peterson
    Joe Pass (guitar)
    Niels Pedersen (bass)
    Martin Drew (drums)

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  • The Greatest Solo of All Time


    In this episode I discuss what I believe is the Greatest Solo of All Time. This musician had a massive impact on mine and many others, musical journeys.

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  • Oscar Peterson Trio - You Look Good To Me


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  • Oscar Peterson - Tenderly


    Recorded in the summer of 1958 at the Orpheum Theater in Vancouver, and featuring the Oscar Peterson Trio (with bassist Ray Brown and guitarist Herb Ellis), the set finds the group in top form, featuring a simmering treatment of Alone Together and a pristine take of My Funny Valentine. The trio delves into rarely heard original material, including Peterson's lovely Music Box Suite (also known as Daisy's Dream). The consistent high quality of the performances and the opportunity to hear less well-known songs make this vinyl an essential purchase for fans of Oscar Peterson.

  • Oscar Petersons Signature Sound


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    00:00 Intro
    00:35 O.P. examples
    1:08 What are Crunchy Double Stops?
    2:17 The Phrase
    5:05 Practice at 75 bpm
    7:13 Practice at 87 bpm
    8:39 Practice at 100 bpm
    10:15 Time to Lock it In!
    12:37 Practice at 75 bpm
    13:11 Practice at 87 bpm
    14:36 Practice at 100 bpm
    15:49 Summary

  • Oscar Peterson Trio, Wave


    The Canadian pianist Oscar Peterson (1925-2007) plays 'Wave', bossa nova by the Brazilian composer, arranger, singer, guitarist and flutist Tom Jobim (1927-1994). Recorded live in Italy, 1985.

    Oscar Peterson - Piano
    Joe Pass - Guitar
    Niels-Henning Örsted Pedersen - Bass

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    Original lyrics in Brazilian Portuguese:

    Vou te contar, os olhos já não podem ver
    Coisas que só o coração pode entender
    Fundamental é mesmo o amor
    É impossível ser feliz sozinho...

    O resto é mar, é tudo que eu não sei contar
    São coisas lindas que eu tenho pra te dar
    Vem de mansinho a brisa e me diz:
    ‘É impossível ser feliz sozinho...’

    Da primeira vez era a cidade...
    Da segunda o cais e a eternidade...

    Agora eu já sei da onda que se ergueu no mar
    E das estrelas que esquecemos de contar
    O amor se deixa surpreender
    Enquanto a noite vem nos envolver...

  • Oscar Peterson, Louie Bellson, Dizzy Gillespie, Clark Terry - Bern 1988


    JAZZ GALA NIGHT (Jazzfestival Bern)

    Kursaal, Bern, Switzerland, May 1, 1988.

    Dizzy Gillespie, Harry 'Sweets' Edison (tp), Clark Terry (flh),
    Clifford Jordan (ts), Oscar Peterson (p), Dave Young (b),
    Louie Bellson (dr), Carmen McRae (voc).

  • Oscar Peterson - Waltz for Debby


    Waltz for Debby is a jazz standard composed by pianist Bill Evans. He recorded it as a solo piano piece on his album New Jazz Conceptions (1956). Lyrics were written by Gene Lees. Debby in the song title refers to Evans's niece, Debby Evans.

    Waltz for Debby is known in Swedish by the name Monicas Vals; lyrics were written by Beppe Wolgers; and in Finnish by the name Ankin Valssi; lyrics were written by Jukka Kuoppamäki.

    When pianist Milcho Leviev realized that the song is based on a Chopin etude, he reworked it on a Bulgarian time signature, and called it For Fred and Bill in Time.

  • Oscar Peterson - Duke Ellington Medley: Take The A Train, In a Sentimental Mood, Satin Doll, Caravan


    This is the transcription which took me the most of time (100+ hours)... Hope you enjoy !

    Duke Ellington Medley, as played by Oscar Peterson.
    Concert recorded in 1975 at the Montreux Jazz Festival.

    Tracklist :
    Take The A Train
    In a Sentimental Mood
    Don't Get Around Much Anymore
    In a Mellow Tone
    Lady Of The Lavender Mist
    Satin Doll


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  • Oscar Peterson Trio - When Summer Comes


    Live in Montreal (2004)

  • Oscar Peterson - Sandys blues


    Oscar Emmanuel Peterson, CC CQ OOnt (August 15, 1925 – December 23, 2007) was a Canadian jazz pianist and composer. He was called the Maharaja of the keyboard by Duke Ellington, but simply O.P. by his friends. He released over 200 recordings, won eight Grammy Awards, and received numerous other awards and honours. He is considered one of the greatest jazz pianists, and played thousands of concerts worldwide in a career lasting more than 60 years.

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  • Oscar Peterson - I got rhythm - 1951


    Recorded for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and little heard since then, these radio transcriptions (reissued on CD by Just a Memory) feature the brilliant Oscar Peterson when he was just 25, only two years after being discovered by Norman Granz. Peterson performs 20 concise duets with Canadian bassist Auston Roberts; only three songs are over three minutes, and five are under two. Although Peterson's style was pretty bop-oriented during this era, he sticks mostly to swing standards. O.P.'s virtuosity was already quite developed, and he rips into such songs as Flying Home, I've Got Rhythm, Seven Come Eleven, Air Mail Special and Get Happy, making every moment of the brief performances count. This melodic and enjoyable set is recommended even to Oscar Peterson fans who already have over 100 of his records. — Scott Yanow

  • Oscar Peterson - Place St. Henri


    Oscar Peterson on Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz radio program in the early 80's



  • Oscar Peterson - mas que nada


    Oscar Peterson - piano
    Sam Jones - double bass
    Louis Hayes - drums
    Henley Gibson - conga
    Harold Jones - percussion
    Marshall Thompson - timbales

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  • Oscar Peterson - On The Sunny Side Of The Street


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  • Oscar Peterson - Georgia On My Mind - Piano Transcription


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  • Oscar Peterson - How High the Moon


    “How High the Moon” by Oscar Peterson, from the album A Time for Love: The Oscar Peterson Quartet – Live in Helsinki, 1987 on Two Lions/Mack Avenue Records

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    Oscar Peterson – piano
    Joe Pass – guitar
    Dave Young – bass
    Martin Drew - drums

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  • Oscar Peterson - A Time for Love


    “A Time for Love” by Oscar Peterson, from the album A Time for Love: The Oscar Peterson Quartet – Live in Helsinki, 1987 on Two Lions/Mack Avenue Records

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  • Oscar Peterson - Nicas Dream


    Oscar Peterson - Nica's Dream

  • Oscar Peterson - Cool Walk


    “Cool Walk” by Oscar Peterson, from the album A Time for Love: The Oscar Peterson Quartet – Live in Helsinki, 1987 on Two Lions/Mack Avenue Records

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    Oscar Peterson – piano
    Joe Pass – guitar
    Dave Young – bass
    Martin Drew - drums

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  • Oscar Peterson - Eleanor Rigby


    Eleanor Rigby by Oscar Peterson from his 1969 album Motions & Emotions.
    Remastered from the original master tapes.
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    In trio formations, as soloist and fellow musician of the Singers Unlimited – this is how piano giant Oscar Peterson has so far appeared on the re-releases from the MPS catalogue. The Canadian now reveals another exciting face with this 1969 recording. On Motions & Emotions we experience him with jazz versions of popular pieces from Pop, Easy Listening and Songwriting as the protagonist of a quartet of longtime companions, embedded in rich orchestral colors. She was painted by a magician of the guild, the great Claus Ogerman, who had previously worked for Tom Jobim. The Brazilian is also represented with his standard “Wave”, in which the orchestra builds a luminous tropical backdrop for Peterson’s fantastically dragged phrasing. Peterson and Ogerman pay tribute to another great orchestra leader, Henry Mancini, in “Sally’s Tomato” with feather-light trilling brilliance. Jimmy Webb’s “By The Time I Get To Phoenix” experiences a metamorphosis almost into the classical – Ogerman opens infinite sound spaces here with the distantly indulging strings. Bobby Gentrys “Ode To Billy Joe” cleverly abducts Countryfolk into Bigband Jazz by means of fiery keyboard playing. Finally the hits: from soul comes Bobby Hebb’s “Sunny”, whose theme the pianist here cleverly harmonizes out to then decorate it bluesy in dialogue with the wind instruments. Burt Bacharach’s “This Guy’s In Love With You” shines with a leisurely late night mood and a pompous finale. Yesterday” is provided with a sparkling bossa substructure, while the second Beatles homage “Eleanor Rigby” oscillates between loose groove, deep melancholy and swing. Peterson plus quartet plus orchestra: Enthusiastic detail work also in the popular sector.

  • Oscar Peterson & Itzhak Perlman - Yours Is My Heart Alone


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  • Oscar Peterson Tenderly Carnegie Hall Sept 16, 1950


    Oscar Peterson, Herb Ellis & Ray Brown at Carnegie Hall Sept. 16, 1950

  • Oscar Peterson| Mirage- Piano Transcription


    This transcription is not for the faint of heart! Oscar Peterson blazing on this original tune of his called Mirage. When I originally transcribed this, I wondered if Peterson was improvising most of this. I found a second rendition of Mirage on YouTube, so while OP indulges in a little bit of creative freedom in the right hand, most of the piece is composed.
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  • Oscar Peterson - Nighttime


  • Oscar Peterson trio feat Clark Terry - Mumbles


  • The Bach Suite: Allegro, Oscar Peterson - Marco Galeandro


    Esecuzione del brano Allegro di Oscar Peterson per seduta di laurea di primo livello, Bari. Trascrizione dall'album Live! del 1986.
    Bass - Mario Iannuzziello
    Trumpet - Antonio Fallacara
    Drums - Giuseppe Santorsola
    Registrazione HQ a cura di Gino Portoghese

  • Im Old Fashioned - Oscar Peterson Trio Transcription


    Had a blast doing this very distanced recording with my pals. Looking forward to rounding the corner so we can do this in person soon!

    Bass: David White
    Drums: Greg Germann

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