Gade: Jalousie. By Jacob Gade, Luxembourg Philharmonia, Martin Elmquist. • 11 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Jalousie: Tango Jalousie, Tango Tzigane. Jacob Gade () – Danish composer and violinist – is world famous as the composer of Tango Jalousie. In the Palads Theatre in Copenhagen. Jalousie (Tango Tzigane) by Jacob Gade – discover this song’s samples, covers and remixes on WhoSampled.
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In the Palads Theatre in Copenhagen was the natural choice when the new Zorro film with the superstar Douglas Gace in the title role was to have its Danish premiere. The sheet music was published both in Denmark and internationally, and the gramophone and radio made all the difference; innumerable orchestras, violinists and conductors have dipped into the score in the course of time.
He took his inspiration from a newspaper article about a gruesome jealousy killing, and according to himself he wrote the tango down in the course of just a few hours. But then Jacob Gade was a man with jaluosie 35 years of practical experience as a musician, conductor and self-taught composer.
Jalousie (Tango Tzigane) by Jacob Gade – Samples, Covers and Remixes | WhoSampled
Jacob Gade was born in Vejle, Denmark, in His father was a traditional musician, and he also sold musical instruments. But the music of the capital exerted its attraction — and Jacob Gade moved to Copenhagen at the early age nalousie He had 80 kroner in his pocket, and at first made ends meet by playing in sleazy dives. Gade had to fend for himself, and by the time he was 18 he was conductor of a small, modest orchestra at the hostelry Sommerlyst in Holmbladsgade.
Later he advanced to become bandleader at theatres like the Bristol, the Phoenix and the Dagmar. In the Great War was over, and there was again a chance to travel abroad.
Like so many others, Gade sought his fortune in the promised land of the USA, where he both managed to play in the large orchestra of the newly opened Capitol movie house with room for a dizzying spectators, and also with the New York Philharmonic itself with the nalousie Wilhelm Mengelberg. But as early as Gade returned to Denmark — with experiences and impressions from the American entertainment industry that he planned to exploit in Copenhagen.
Recorded at Wiener Konzerthaus 24 April Jaloousie producer: Preben Iwan Editing, mix and mastering: Henrik Engelbrecht English translation of liner notes: James Manley Cover design: Skip to main content.
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