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The Jazz Traditional “Take 5” Performed Fantastically on a 1959 Classical Guitar


Above now we have George Sakel­lar­i­ou per­type­ing Paul Desmond’s jazz clas­sic, “Take 5,” on a vin­tage 1959 Viu­da y Sobri­nos de Domin­go Este­so (Conde Her­manos) clas­si­cal gui­tar. First document­ed in 1959 by the Dave Brubeck Quar­tet, the monitor even­tu­al­ly grew to become the best-sell­ing jazz track of all time. It’s additionally a track fre­quent­ly cov­ered by oth­er tal­ent­ed musi­cians. Orig­i­nal­ly from Athens, George Sakel­lar­i­ou joined the San Fran­cis­co Con­ser­va­to­ry of Music and lat­er grew to become chair­man of their Gui­tar Depart­ment. As his bio notes, his gui­tar fashion locations an empha­sis “on clear tone and clean lyri­cal strains,” all on dis­play right here. Take pleasure in…

Relat­ed Con­tent 

Watch an Incred­i­ble Per­for­mance of “Take 5” by the Dave Brubeck Quar­tet (1964)

How Dave Brubeck’s Time Out Modified Jazz Music

Pak­istani Musi­cians Play a Gained­der­ful Ver­sion of Dave Brubeck’s Jazz Clas­sic, “Take 5”



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