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2024 May 29 | History | Um minuto de David Sanborn (1945-2024)

David Sanborn 🙏


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David William Sanborn, conhecido como David Sanborn nasceu a 30 de Julho de 1945 em Tampa na Flórida nos Estados Unidos.


É conhecido por ter sido um excepcional Saxofonista Alto que criou pontes entre o Jazz, R&B and Instrumental Pop, tendo ganho 6 Grammys e influenciado um sem número de artistas desde 1975, altura em que lançou o seu primeiro de 25 álbuns entitulado "Taking Off".


Contraíu Polio (parelisia infantil) aos 3 anos e como parte da sua terapia começou a estudar saxofone para reforçar os músculos do peito e a respiração aos 11 anos, e aos 14 anos tocava já com estrelas como Albert King e Little Milton. Seguiram-se estudos nas Universidades de Northwestern e depois Iowa onde tocou e teve aulas com saxofonista JR Monterose.


Na sua carreira de 60 anos passou por Woodstock e tocou com Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, Jaco Pastorius, Eric Clapton, Nena, Rolling Stones, entre muitos muitos outros como Marcus Miller, famoso baixista que devido à sua amizade com Chude Mondlane (filha de Eduardo Mondlane) compôs "Maputo" que lhe valeu o segundo grammy em 1986 e ouvimos agora de fundo.


Trabalhou ainda em variados programas de Televisão (como Night Music) e Rádio (The Jazz Show with David Sanborn) divulgando activamente música e artistas.


Vem a falecer a 18 de Maio de 2024 com 78 anos deixando-nos um som único e característico, legado de modernismo e novas procuras que perduram na música actual.


1969 Woodstock (Paul Blues) >> 0' 53" >> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h62W2ARtwU8

1974 David Bowie >> 0' 05" >> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFudBQcplj4

1989 Miles Davis (Night Show) >> 4' 05" >> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7U0gDkriczc


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David William Sanborn, bekannt als David Sanborn, wurde am 30. Juli 1945 in Tampa, Florida, USA geboren.


Er ist bekannt für seine herausragenden Fähigkeiten als Altsaxophonist und seine Brücken zwischen Jazz, R&B und Instrumental-Pop. Sanborn gewann sechs Grammys und beeinflusste seit 1975, als er sein erstes von 25 Alben "Taking Off" veröffentlichte, zahlreiche Künstler.


Mit 3 Jahren erkrankte er an Kinderlähmung und begann mit 11 Jahren als Teil seiner Therapie Saxophon zu spielen. Bereits mit 14 Jahren spielte er mit Stars wie Albert King und Little Milton. Er studierte an den Universitäten von Northwestern und Iowa, wo er Unterricht bei Saxophonist JR Monterose hatte.


In seiner 60-jährigen Karriere spielte er bei Woodstock und mit Künstlern wie Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, Jaco Pastorius, Eric Clapton, Nena, den Rolling Stones und vielen anderen, wie dem berühmten Bassisten Marcus Miller. Dank seiner Freundschaft mit Chude Mondlane (Tochter von Eduardo Mondlane) komponierte Miller "Maputo", wofür Sanborn 1986 seinen zweiten Grammy gewann.


Sanborn arbeitete auch in verschiedenen Fernseh- (wie Night Music) und Radiosendungen (The Jazz Show with David Sanborn) und förderte aktiv Musik und Künstler.

Er verstarb am 18. Mai 2024 im Alter von 78 Jahren und hinterlässt uns einen einzigartigen Klang, ein Erbe des Modernismus und neuer musikalischer Wege, das in der aktuellen Musik weiterlebt.



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David William Sanborn, known as David Sanborn, was born on July 30, 1945, in Tampa, Florida, USA.

He is renowned for being an exceptional alto saxophonist who bridged jazz, R&B, and instrumental pop, winning six Grammys and influencing countless artists since 1975, when he released his first of 25 albums, "Taking Off."


Sanborn contracted polio at age 3 and began studying saxophone at age 11 as part of his therapy to strengthen his chest muscles and breathing. By age 14, he was already playing with stars like Albert King and Little Milton. He later studied at Northwestern and Iowa universities, receiving lessons from saxophonist JR Monterose.


In his 60-year career, he performed at Woodstock and with artists like Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, Jaco Pastorius, Eric Clapton, Nena, the Rolling Stones, and many others, including Marcus Miller. Due to his friendship with Chude Mondlane (daughter of Eduardo Mondlane), Miller composed "Maputo," which earned Sanborn his second Grammy in 1986.


Sanborn also worked on various TV programs (like Night Music) and radio shows (The Jazz Show with David Sanborn), actively promoting music and artists.


He passed away on May 18, 2024, at the age of 78, leaving behind a unique and characteristic sound, a legacy of modernism and new explorations that endure in contemporary music.


1969 Woodstock (Paul Blues) >> 0' 53" >> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h62W2ARtwU8 

1974 David Bowie >> 0' 05" >> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFudBQcplj4 

1989 Miles Davis (Night Show) >> 4' 05" >> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7U0gDkriczc 

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