Sunday, 3 April 2016

Disappearance of Gato Barbieri pioneer of Latin jazz

The Argentine saxophonist Leandro "Gato" Barbieri died in New York on April 2 at the age of 83. Gato Barbieri had a weak heart. He blurted, April 2, in New York, following pneumonia and music today has a big heart. In France, he was known for his interpretation of Europa, the beautiful theme of Carlos Santana, who served as guide to the pollen emission of Jean-Louis Foulquier on France Inter. Worldwide, it is known for the music of the film The Last Tango in Paris, Bernardo Bertolucci, he composed and performed, which earned him a Grammy Award in 1972. His super cool draws, with the eternal black felt wide-brimmed, strongly contributed to the image of jazz caliente.

Leandro Barbieri was born November 28, 1934 in Rosario, Argentina, into a family of musicians. He started very young, the clarinet, and passed the alto saxophone after hearing Now's the time of Charlie Parker. Nicknamed Gato (The Cat) for his way of dragging boxes of clubs and dance halls in Buenos Aires to play in all kinds of contexts but always pegged to the soul sensual spirit of tango. His favorite instrument was the tenor saxophone, on which, in contact with musicians of the free, he developed a sound like no other, guttural, coarse, a sound that poignait your heart. After scouring the Argentine scene, especially with Lalo Schifrin, he moved to New York, where he beamed around the world, mainly in Rome, Paris, Stockholm. In Rome, he met Don Cherry who formed a quintet with it, Karl Berger, Bo Stief, Aldo Romano. This quintet, with some personnel changes, was to record in New York Complete Communion (Blue Note, 1966), marking a record in the adventure of the free. His beautifully skinned tone worked wonders in the jazz opera Escalator opening over the Hill, Carla Bley and Paul Haines. He also participated in the Liberation Music Orchestra Charlie Haden, the disc A Genuine Tong Funeral of Gary Burton and Carla Bley.

From 1970 and The Third World, he recorded as leader an impressive series of albums for the Impulse label, Flying Dutchman, A & M, including El Pampero, Fenix, Under fire, Bolivia, Caliente! (Which contains Europa). The success of his music for Last Tango in Paris allowed him to buy a Manhattan apartment overlooking Central Park. It has long played less often abroad, but still occurred each month at the Blue Note in New York. He will remain in the history of jazz as a great lyric, a voice tense saxophone as an operatic voice between joy and sadness, between greatness and rascality, the voice of Latin jazz.

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