Stan Getz Performs Wave - Copenhagen 1970s

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    Marla KlemanMarla Kleman

    Dauer: 04:29

    Tenor saxophonist Stan Getz performs Jobim's Wave

Fabio Valente Oficial
Fabio Valente Oficial

Bossa Nova - Nave Espacial - Fabio Valente I Invite for know my channel and Bossa Nova Unpublished, Thanks!

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willie matheis
willie matheis

It's hilarious how fast he getz off the stage; oh, and these guys

Vor 10 Tage
andybaldman
andybaldman

That straight-ahead look while he's absolutely slaying. Awesome.

Vor 12 Tage
andybaldman
andybaldman

Jesus Christ, this is gold.

Vor 12 Tage
Sam Spade
Sam Spade

Wave - written by the great Antonio Carlos Jobim. Here with the great Herbie Hancock in his later years https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHQg2NZOTXE

Vor 17 Tage
Ruud Bergamin
Ruud Bergamin

After hearing Stan Getz, I decided tot change from soprano to tenor. I was 16 at that moment. Since about 35 years I play mostly alto, but still listening much to Getz with his genius melody lines

Vor 25 Tage
Jay Caruso
Jay Caruso

God, he was so smooth. Love it

Vor 26 Tage
washit1st
washit1st

the exquisite lilt he uses in his vibrato especially on phrase endings is like a drug I could never get enough of ...

Vor 27 Tage
Sandra Dorn
Sandra Dorn

I love!

Vor Monat
Bernat Cucarella Sifre
Bernat Cucarella Sifre

Transcription of Stan Getz Solo:  https://youtu.be/mwW1cIcTx_c Thanks Marla Kleman for upload this amazing live record!

Vor Monat
Jimmy Landa
Jimmy Landa

To think this guy was high all this time and still played this way, blows my mind.

Vor Monat
Frédéric Legros
Frédéric Legros

It's impossible to stop the "sound"..!!!

Vor 2 Monate
Peter deGroff
Peter deGroff

Is that Do Um Ramao on Tambourine?

Vor 3 Monate
Raul Fuertes
Raul Fuertes

Clapping forever Stan Getz !!!!!!!

Vor 4 Monate
Raul Fuertes
Raul Fuertes

Wondeful and legendary saxofonist just the grant Stan Getz forever !!!!!!!!

Vor 4 Monate
Yu Tube
Yu Tube

이게 재즈냐 ㅉㅉ

Vor 5 Monate
Janet Eystad
Janet Eystad

Nice, thanks!

Vor 5 Monate
Ignar Lagar
Ignar Lagar

Great sax the best everythime

Vor 5 Monate
Lawrence Cohen
Lawrence Cohen

Two Jewish prodigies from Philly. Brecker was the Getz of his day.

Vor 5 Monate
松田健次
松田健次

彼のジャズ特にfor musitian onlyが素晴らしい即興演奏で是非またCDで聞きます。

Vor 6 Monate
Tony Palumbo
Tony Palumbo

Rich soft cool deep sexy sultry unique precise clean smooth and sublime..there's nothing like a saxophone a la Stsn Getz...

Vor 6 Monate
Electro Pindsvinet
Electro Pindsvinet

Wow, am i the only one here who is actually Danish?

Vor 7 Monate
isoyan4635
isoyan4635

Getz is the best saxophonist in the world!!

Vor 8 Monate
Al Biondi
Al Biondi

THIS GREAT MAN WAS ONE OF A KIND! JUST LISTEN TO HIM AGAIN AND AGAIN IT'S A MUSIC LESSON! HIS CREATIVITY LEVEL WAS ENDLESS AND HE WAS IMMEDIATELY RECOGNIZABLE. THAT'S WHAT EVERY ARTIST STRIVES FOR AND ONLY DREAM OF ACHIEVING!

Vor 8 Monate
imbees2
imbees2

Blow stan

Vor 8 Monate
imbees2
imbees2

Stan Getz. The. Best

Vor 8 Monate
Boy Bergs
Boy Bergs

Does anyone know anything about Getzs' embouchure ? It's so hard to see exactly how he formed his lower lip; it looks like he curled it over and around his lower teeth but I'm can't be certain. Also, the lower jaw appears to be slightly further back than the upper teeth. Almost all jazz players (myself included) have the lower lip slightly protruded to form a more cushioned wrap around the reed (Dexter Gordon being a very obvious example of what I'm trying to get at). Any thoughts?

Vor 8 Monate
Boy Bergs
Boy Bergs

@Nathan Edwards so no teeth contact on the mouthpiece then? Makes sense. Cheers :)

Vor 5 Monate
Nathan Edwards
Nathan Edwards

Lip*

Vor 5 Monate
Nathan Edwards
Nathan Edwards

Boy Bergs he played double lol embouchure

Vor 5 Monate
Amaury Souza
Amaury Souza

Grande saxofonista... great saxophonist...

Vor 8 Monate
mgtow sax
mgtow sax

Is this kenny g ?

Vor 9 Monate
mgtow sax
mgtow sax

@Dave Womack kenny g plays the cornet right?

Vor 8 Monate
Dave Womack
Dave Womack

HE WISHES

Vor 8 Monate
jennifer86010
jennifer86010

Stan Getz' sound was the perfect mix of reed, brass and air to sing his beautiful sound through his Selmer Mark VI tenor sax using a plastic (not metal) mouthpiece. Unlike many of his counterparts in Jazz who played sax with a loud, grating nasty, raspy, metallic sound, Getz wasn't using his instrument to shout about social unrest, civil rights, protests, or angry rebellion. He simply played beautiful music, which remains beautiful at any time in history.

Vor 9 Monate
Dave Womack
Dave Womack

Well stated.

Vor 8 Monate
Eric Blachman
Eric Blachman

POISE.

Vor 9 Monate
tuxguys
tuxguys

Coltrane on Getz: "Let's face it--we'd all sound like that if we could." The King of Right Notes, yet again, achieves what Leonard Bernstein made reference to, in regard to the Music of Beethoven: "The Inevitability of Rightness." And, having slayed his audience, and his fellow players, he "waves" to all of them (sorry, I couldn't resist), and walks offstage. How cool? Miles Davis COOL.

Vor 9 Monate
tuxguys
tuxguys

@LtAld0Raine He's quoted in this fine article: https://www.theatlantic.com/past/docs/unbound/jazz/strickla.htm

Vor 7 Monate
LtAld0Raine
LtAld0Raine

Is that Coltrane quote real?

Vor 7 Monate
Rusty Boak
Rusty Boak

Getz or Desmond?

Vor 9 Monate
nicolas fagel
nicolas fagel

Both!!!!!

Vor 8 Monate
Alan Witton
Alan Witton

Beautiful

Vor 9 Monate
Gyula Horváth
Gyula Horváth

Nagyon profi egyéni stytusa van.

Vor 10 Monate
Mr Richie Kaye
Mr Richie Kaye

Terrific rhythm section. If not for them...

Vor 10 Monate
SATOSHEEE E
SATOSHEEE E

I guess that the pianist may be John Hicks.

Vor 10 Monate
Nigel. Brown.
Nigel. Brown.

Doesn't get any better....such a shame he went comparitavely a young man.....

Vor 10 Monate
Gaetano Caccianini
Gaetano Caccianini

🎶🎷Meraviglioso musicista, ascoltato dal vivo al Pescara Jazz Festival ad inizio anni '90: suono superbo e capacità unica di interpretazione. Chi sono i musicisti che lo accompagnano qui ❓

Vor 10 Monate
Fifer McGee
Fifer McGee

How smooth and sexy, keep it going Stan Getz.

Vor 10 Monate
MrPARKBRAU
MrPARKBRAU

This be the Man........with the sax.....like no other Thanks for this great post.

Vor 10 Monate
Phyllis Johnson
Phyllis Johnson

I can listen to this for hours.

Vor 10 Monate
imbees2
imbees2

Jazz is the impetus of all rock; R&b; soul; country ; and pop. These entities may not reAlize but all the beasts; riffs; syncopation came from jazz. Especially the syncopation. That’s what charterized the next steps in music. The BEAT. The BEAT sent jazz into another realm called soul; pop etc. then came rap. All about the beat. It’s the same game but a new day.

Vor year
imbees2
imbees2

That’s what I’m talkin bout. Job I’m and Getz laid it down. The best of the Brazilian sound.

Vor year
CSMedia
CSMedia

Ditto, influenced to buy a tenor sax, loved the soft smooth sound!

Vor year
Carlos Schvartzman
Carlos Schvartzman

I recognized great Albert Dailey. Is that George Mraz on acoustic bass?

Vor year
Carlos Schvartzman
Carlos Schvartzman

Mr Perfect Note!, immaculate unique sound of the saxophone. Superb!

Vor year
津田一
津田一

気持ちいい~

Vor year
Chris Kirilov
Chris Kirilov

Started to listen jazz at age of 3 - my father was jazz and pop saxo player...He told me about Stan Getz , Charles mingus and the others...

Vor year
Ole Flogger
Ole Flogger

Good for you! And, good for them in teaching you about those greats! I had a similar experience from my maternal grandfather, back in 1950. I was seven, he played the full William Tell Overture on his record player. I sat, listened (as I was supposed to do). Then, all of a sudden, I blurted out, "Grandpa! That's the Lone Ranger!" I've used that trick on others over the years who wanted to know why I love classical music so much!!! Heh-heh.

Vor 10 Monate
Francis Ascone
Francis Ascone

Great tone and creative playing.

Vor year
Francis Ascone
Francis Ascone

Just GREAT !!! This playing out of the BOX ! Emotional, not mechnical.

Vor year
Robert Flint
Robert Flint

Outstanding percussion here, as with a lot of sambas played by good jazzmen...

Vor year
João Felipe TI
João Felipe TI

!!!!!!!!!

Vor year
Thomas Mascaro
Thomas Mascaro

MAKES KIDS NOW SOUND LIKE THERE PLAYING WITH BOXING GLOVES ON.

Vor year
Thomas Mascaro
Thomas Mascaro

HEY YOU YOUNG FOLKS LISTEN UP JEALOUS YET..

Vor year
Roberto Pesenti
Roberto Pesenti

Danish is a terrible language ...

Vor year
Ewerb7
Ewerb7

Stan has a tone like no other. Coltrane said all sax players would love to sound like Stan. Too bad he struggled with heroin and alcohol most of his life. He was a genius.

Vor year
ed polk
ed polk

Stan had to take a wizz... Really badly! Off the stage, you go!

Vor year
Raj Nandy
Raj Nandy

GREAT STUFF! KEEP IT GOING! - Raj Nandy, New Delhi

Vor year
altagracia gonzalez
altagracia gonzalez

QUe gran musico 👍 hermosa melodia UNICA gracias 🙏

Vor year
Eric Blachman
Eric Blachman

A unique majesty, a compelling musicality, and a stunningly beautiful contrarianism were all melded together by this descendant of an ancient people....and his timing - musically as well as historically, gave us all yet another towering figure in this great American music.

Vor year
Marcio Maia
Marcio Maia

This s Bossa nova , made in Rio de Janeiro Brasil , awesome music of Tom Jobim

Vor year
ANDREW Slack
ANDREW Slack

Absolutely brilliant

Vor 2 years
marsh.freya.p Marsh
marsh.freya.p Marsh

smooth...soulful...sexy ...scintillating...Getz and Jobim ! Does it get any better ?

Vor 2 years
شموخ رجل
شموخ رجل

Beautiful

Vor 2 years
last unctives
last unctives

See the Paul Desmond lounge version de lux glamour.

Vor 2 years
Marc Haring
Marc Haring

So good they named a car after him. Problem was, it was a crappy car.

Vor 2 years
Cecile
Cecile

Magnifique

Vor 2 years
Joao Marcos Halmenschlager
Joao Marcos Halmenschlager

Porque não estragam as músicas de vocês???

Vor 2 years
Bob Beamon
Bob Beamon

He couldn't leave that stage soon enough!

Vor 2 years
SpatialBlues
SpatialBlues

LOL right?! Seems an encore, would explain temp too and brevity of solo and no other solos

Vor year
paxwallacejazz
paxwallacejazz

This and Desafinado acknowledged as some of Jobim's more challenging progressions to play over.

Vor 2 years
Bertil Selminger
Bertil Selminger

There will never be one like Stan Getz!!!

Vor 2 years
Patrick Craig
Patrick Craig

Perfection

Vor 2 years
持田健司
持田健司

cool🎷👍

Vor 2 years
franguccio1
franguccio1

After listening to Stan Getz play Jobim in the 1960's I could no longer listen to the Beatles and pop music. It was no going back for me, I had graduated.

Vor 2 years
Eugenio Pinto
Eugenio Pinto

The Beatles were great,I do not understand the comparison,jazz is great too,this competition,has no meaning,,,thanks for both existence..

Vor 4 Monate
Ole Flogger
Ole Flogger

Et moi aussi, my Man!

Vor 7 Monate
Thelonious2Monk
Thelonious2Monk

Exactly the same happened to me!!!!

Vor 9 Monate
Rudolph Guarnacci
Rudolph Guarnacci

The Beatles came when the United States was mourning JFK's killing. They were a lift. Yeah, they're not great but to give them short shrift is strange. My father was a very good jazz drummer, on par with Joe Morello (a good friend of his). He hated the Beatles because he lost a lot of work. But he played in a trio with a female pianist/singer in the late 60s. When he realized they were covering Beatles he asked her to point them out. Then my resurgence as a Beatles nut in the mid-70s forced him to hear them. But I was weaned on big band and Bebop and love the Beatles.

Vor 11 Monate
Chris Kirilov
Chris Kirilov

Easy money - big noise -short life ....

Vor year
jose cg
jose cg

soberbio¡¡¡

Vor 2 years
Gregory Wilson
Gregory Wilson

I wish everyone would take 5 minutes and listen to this...

Vor 2 years
Dr. David Kaplan
Dr. David Kaplan

Unbelievable sax man. Great !!!!!!!!!!!

Vor 2 years
Dr. David Kaplan
Dr. David Kaplan

He is playing one of top favorites !!!!!

Vor 2 years
Chason Hayes
Chason Hayes

he does wave the best

Vor 3 years
Nougat Soup
Nougat Soup

He is such a skilled musician and I'm sure he inspires a lot of other people. I think the music he creates is beautiful.

Vor 3 years
Antonio Oliveira
Antonio Oliveira

Just a genius to play another one (Antonio CarlosJobim) we miss you Stan.....

Vor 3 years
Ronnie Woods Bellmont Sound's
Ronnie Woods Bellmont Sound's

Now ain't that somthin !!!

Vor 3 years
jean jacques Schnell
jean jacques Schnell

albert dailey piano georges Graz bass billy hart drums ! anymore of this concert?

Vor 3 years
Ruth Jacobs
Ruth Jacobs

Wonderful interpretation of Jobim's Wave xx

Vor 3 years
K Otsuka
K Otsuka

Ruth Jacobs Ditto.

Vor 2 years
Daniel Hasselskog
Daniel Hasselskog

Woav! I can't get this melody out from my head! Just perfect with Stan Getz. I love it!

Vor 3 years
Phillip Pacheco
Phillip Pacheco

Remember this one? We used to call it music.

Vor 3 years
Chris Kirilov
Chris Kirilov

Today they call some other staff - music...yo

Vor year
David R Pascale, Jr.
David R Pascale, Jr.

yes!

Vor year
Laurie Savage
Laurie Savage

we still do, even us Ornette and Coltrane fans love Getz' playing and Jobim's wonderful melodies.

Vor 2 years
Ewerb7
Ewerb7

Isn't his tone the best ever?! Even Coltrane said so. The only one who is similar to this sound is the great Paul Desmond, but still, Stan is special.

Vor 3 years
Thomas Mascaro
Thomas Mascaro

GENIOUS

Vor year
Thomas Mascaro
Thomas Mascaro

You hit the nail on the head .DESMOND ALSO.NOW ITS THE SOUND OF PLAYING WITH BOXING GLOVES ON. HORSESHIT TONE.

Vor year
claudemiropacheco
claudemiropacheco

You don't need more than 3 notes to recognize his sound. It's really very unique.

Vor year
strideman
strideman

I wonder why it's published in Eb when everyone plays it in D.

Vor 3 years
john maleski
john maleski

Listen to For Musicians Only

Vor 3 years
Timothy Lee
Timothy Lee

do you think stan played a 5 read know wander his lips look nume

Vor 3 years
Richard Condon
Richard Condon

getz played at the upper level of the key so you'll hear the occasional squeak that denotes just that. you always know it's him when you hear that.

Vor 3 years
Paolo Stella
Paolo Stella

Jobim was right he the best to play Jobim

Vor 3 years
patricky9
patricky9

They have a jazz concert at Stan Getz former estate on November 19th with Kenny Baron; it's called Shadowbrook in Tarrytown ny

Vor 3 years
Roger Salles
Roger Salles

He is the reason I became a saxophonist

Vor 3 years
Bryant Jackson
Bryant Jackson

Sequoyah Cisneros yea he’s a womanizer

Vor 2 Monate
Bryant Jackson
Bryant Jackson

Ernst Hergenbeck COLTRANE MY MAN!!!

Vor 2 Monate
Ocean
Ocean

I want to play saxophone but my school band gave me tuba and (aside from panio) it's the only instrument I have some skill in

Vor 2 Monate
CSMedia
CSMedia

​@Ernst Hergenbeck Perhaps when you get older you will relax and really appreciate this mellow sound, there is nothing stopping you from playing both. I am a Jnr Walker fan and the reason I picked up saxophone along with Stan Getz.

Vor 7 Monate
Chris Kirilov
Chris Kirilov

Reason good enough...Keep going

Vor year
Dexter Gordon
Dexter Gordon

The melody have their own king, Stan Getz

Vor 4 years
Nitram Swet
Nitram Swet

best saxophonist ever!!! Ilove him!!

Vor 4 years
Lloyd Anderson
Lloyd Anderson

No one was better. Such tone, technique and style. Please be there with a group when I die.

Vor 4 years
André Popinha
André Popinha

Stan Getz is fantastic

Vor 4 years
Ici 3012
Ici 3012

Getz, Nordic, Bossa Nova,……It's the trinity!

Vor 4 years
Ici 3012
Ici 3012

He dominates the state with his golden tones and incredible melodic inventions. That's the way horn player should be. He had completely absorbed bossa nova until that then. And quality is always guaranteed.

Vor 4 years
Bryce Baliko
Bryce Baliko

john marass nope, it’s Stan’s tone alright. He was a master of the horn and that tone is a unique identifier of his. Totally natural

Vor year
Martin Roberts
Martin Roberts

Leonardo Paoletti - See my reply to john marass

Vor 2 years
Martin Roberts
Martin Roberts

john marass - Getz's tone is not 'altered somehow' ; he always chose to play in a higher 'register' than his peers. He often sounded like he was playing alto, but no, ... all the tenor notes were there on his sax, but it was his avoiding some of the lower ones which helped him achieve his unique sound.

Vor 2 years
atombomb31458
atombomb31458

right on the money aki

Vor 3 years
Ici 3012
Ici 3012

Leonardo Paoletti Sorry, I'm a Japanese and very , very poor English speaker. And I can't understand you. Adieu.

Vor 3 years

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