Sorry, this email was just for Stephen.

Anyway, thank you all for the different suggestions concerning the
connections about Jazz music and Avant-Garde cinema.

Some other day we could exchange ideas about other music styles, for
example Tango:

Tango by Zbigniew RybczyƄski
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzG0niiKdko

Reasons to be Glad by Jeff Scher
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0pEpA_Y1a4


On Thu, Nov 9, 2017 at 2:29 PM, Albert Alcoz <albertal...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello Stephen,
>
> Thank you very much for your suggestions! They are going to be very
> productive for my research.
>
> I have found this article written by Brett Kashmere that deals with some
> of this topics.
> [image: Inline image 1]
>
> Pull my Daisy! Of course!
>
> All the best,
> Albert
>
> On Wed, Nov 8, 2017 at 2:03 PM, Stephen Broomer <
> stephen_broo...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Hi Albert,
>>
>> Jack Chambers' R34 features a section of Ayler's Bells for the last
>> stretch of it.
>>
>> Joyce Wieland's Rat Life and Diet in North America has a violent
>> cacophony of free jazz at the beginning that I've not been able to identify.
>>
>> Joyce's Water Sark has an improvisational soundtrack by Carla Bley & Mike
>> Mantler (of the Jazz Composers Orchestra) with Ray Jessel (Broadway
>> composer and later novelty songwriter).
>>
>> Likewise, her Peggy's Blue Skylight is named for the Mingus composition
>> and features Paul Bley playing it on the soundtrack.
>>
>> There are passages of jazz in the collage soundtracks of Arthur Lipsett.
>> (Sorry for the Canada-centric response!)
>>
>> I feel like there's a Kuchar movie that has the Scott Lafaro bass solo
>> from Ornette Coleman's Free Jazz on the soundtrack...
>>
>> There's another Hy Hirsch film, Gyromorphosis, that uses Django by the
>> MJQ/John Lewis.
>>
>> There's always Pull My Daisy.
>>
>> Stephen
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone
>> On Nov 8, 2017, at 3:14 AM, Albert Alcoz <albertal...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> Hello,
>>
>> I was wondering about the connections between jazz music and avant-garde
>> film after watching *Bridges-Go-Round* (1958) by Shirley Clarke, with
>> the soundtrack version created by Teo Macero.
>>
>> There should be plenty of avant-garde and experimental films where the
>> soundtrack is instrumental jazz music. Maybe the field of Visual Music
>> should be the most represented but i'm sure there are other films like the
>> one by Michael Snow that uses, in this case, free jazz music or
>> improvisation.
>>
>> Does anyone remember some other avant-garde films with jazz soundtracks?
>>
>> Right my list is as follows:
>>
>> *Begone Dull Care* (1949) by Norman McLaren. Music by Oscar Peterson
>>
>> *Films No. 1* (1948) by Harry Smith. Music by Dizzy Gillespie
>>
>> *Chasse des Touches* (1959) by Hy Hirsh. Music by Thelonious Monk
>>
>> *Catalog* (1961) by John Whitney. Music by Ornette Coleman
>>
>> *New York Eye and Ear Control *(1964) by Michael Snow. Music by
>> Albert Ayler, Don Cherry, etc.
>>
>> Thanks in advance,
>>
>> Albert Alcoz
>>
>>
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