Philology


Philology

Philology ist ein italienisches Jazzlabel mit Sitz in Macerata.

Philology wurde Mitte 1987 von Paolo Piangiarelli gegründet, zunächst um Musik seiner Idole Chet Baker, Lee Konitz oder Phil Woods in Italien zu veröffentlichen, so den 3-LP-Set The Macerata Concert von Phil Woods als erstes Album des Labels, gefolgt von bislang unveröffentlichte Liveaufnahmen von Charlie Parker (Bird's Eyes, Last Unissued) und Lester Young (Prez's Hat).[1] In den folgenden Jahren erschienen auf dem Label eigene Produktionen und Livemitschnitte italienischer Musiker wie Gianni Basso, Fabrizio Bosso, Francesco Cafiso, Stefano Di Battista, Franco D'Andrea, Giovanni Mazzarino, Enrico Pieranunzi, Enrico Rava, Renato Sellani und Massimo Urbani sowie Aufnahmen internationaler Künstler wie Albert Ayler, Stan Getz, Royce Campbell und Peggy Stern.[2]

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  1. Bielefelder Katalog Jazz 1988
  2. Übersicht bei Discogs

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  • philology — ► NOUN 1) the study of the structure, historical development, and relationships of a language or languages. 2) chiefly N. Amer. literary or classical scholarship. DERIVATIVES philological adjective philologist noun. ORIGIN originally in the sense …   English terms dictionary

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  • Philology — See comparative linguistics for the narrower field of comparative philology . Philology, derived from the Greek gr. φιλολογία ( philologia [ [http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi bin/ptext?doc=Perseus%3Atext%3A1999.04.0057%3Aentry%3D%23111282… …   Wikipedia

  • philology — Статья 1. см. языковедение (языковедение, языкознание, лингвистика | linguistique | Sprachwissenschaft, Linguistik | philology, linguistics | linguìstica) Статья 2. см. филология (филология | philologie | Philologie | philology | filologìa) …   Пятиязычный словарь лингвистических терминов

  • philology — philological /fil euh loj i keuhl/, philologic, adj. philologically, adv. philologist, philologer, n. /fi lol euh jee/, n. 1. the study of literary texts and of written records, the establishment of their authenticity and their original form, and …   Universalium

  • philology — /fəˈlɒlədʒi / (say fuh loluhjee) noun 1. the systematic study of written records, the establishment of their authenticity and their original form, and the determination of their meaning. 2. the systematic study of literary texts and written… …   Australian English dictionary

  • philology — [[t]fɪlɒ̱ləʤi[/t]] N UNCOUNT Philology is the study of words, especially the history and development of the words in a particular language or group of languages. Derived words: philologist plural N COUNT He is a philologist, specialising in… …   English dictionary

  • philology — noun Etymology: French philologie, from Latin philologia love of learning and literature, from Greek, from philologos fond of learning and literature, from phil + logos word, speech more at legend Date: 1612 1. the study of literature and of… …   New Collegiate Dictionary