It's easy to understand why Rosenthal won the piano competition, as his interpretations of several Monk pieces demonstrate considerable creativity by a relatively young player. The trio tracks include a rollicking arrangement of Monk's "San Francisco Holiday," which incorporates a bit of Raymond Scott-like humor and Latin rhythm, along with a romp through "Rhythm-A-Ning. Rosenthal's solo feature is a richly textured treatment of Monk's "'Round Midnight" that is elegant without becoming mere cocktail piano
Rosenthal was the winner of the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition in 1988, which launched his career as a solo artist, leading to the release of his first CD as a leader New Tunes, New Traditions, featuring Ron Carter, Billy Higgins and Tom Harrell; the album interweaves Thelonious Monk's with Rosenthal's original compositions. Rosenthal toured in the early 1990s with the last Gerry Mulligan Quartet, recording three CDs with Mulligan and performed in major jazz festivals throughout the world.
TED ROSENTHAL is a hard bop, third stream, post-fusion contemporary, jazz related pop/art song/folk post bop music artist. Ted also has released twelve CDs as a leader, which include new treatments and "derangements" of great American standards, jazz tunes and classical themes, as well as his original compositions.
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06 - 'Round Midnight. Ted Rosenthal - New Tunes New Traditions. New Tunes New Traditions.
Ted Rosenthal (born 1959) is an American jazz pianist. He has was featured on David Sanborn's series Night Music, and has performed worldwide, both as a leader and as a sideman with many jazz greats, including Gerry Mulligan, Art Farmer, Phil Woods, Bob Brookmeyer, and Jon Faddis. Rosenthal also has released ten CDs as a leader, which include new treatments and "derangements" of great American standards, jazz tunes and classical themes, as well as his original compositions. His ability to communicate both the creative and analytical aspects of jazz translates from the bandstand.
|1||San Francisco Holiday Thelonious Monk||Ted Rosenthal||6:35|
|2||N.T.N.T. Ted Rosenthal||Ted Rosenthal||6:20|
|3||Roll Down, Roll On Ted Rosenthal||Ted Rosenthal||6:30|
|4||Valse Désespérée Ted Rosenthal||Ted Rosenthal||9:25|
|5||Rhythm-A-Ning Thelonious Monk||Ted Rosenthal||4:25|
|6||'Round Midnight Bernie Hanighen / Thelonious Monk / Cootie Williams||Ted Rosenthal||4:55|
|7||Let's Call This Thelonious Monk||Ted Rosenthal||6:45|
|8||Hackensack Thelonious Monk||Ted Rosenthal||7:15|
|9||New Light Ted Rosenthal||Ted Rosenthal||5:35|
|10||Straight Beyond Ted Rosenthal||Ted Rosenthal||6:50|
CreditsRon Carter - Bass
Bernie Hanighen - Composer
Tom Harrell - Trumpet
Billy Higgins - Drums
Thelonious Monk - Composer
Ted Rosenthal - Composer, Performer, Piano, Primary Artist
Cootie Williams - Composer