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Martial Solal (born August 23, 1927, Algiers, French Algeria) is a French jazz pianist and composer, who is probably most widely known for the music he wrote for Jean-Luc Godard's debut feature film À bout de souffle (1960).

Discography

  • 1953 : The Complete Vogue Recordings, Vol. 1 – Trios And Quartet (Vogue/BMG, 1953–56)
  • 1954 : The Complete Vogue Recordings, Vol. 2 – Trios And Solos (Vogue/BMG, 1954–56)
  • 1955 : The Complete Vogue Recordings, Vol. 1 – Trio And Big Band (Vogue/BMG, 1955–58)
  • 1965 : Solal Series – Zo-Ko-So (MPS) with Hans Koller and Attila Zoller
  • 1970 : Sans Tambour Ni Trompette (RCA)
  • 1971 : En Solo (RCA)
  • 1974 : Jazz A Juan with Lee Konitz (Steeplechase)
  • 1975 : Duo In Paris (Musica Records) with Joachim Kühn
  • 1975 : Plays Ellington (Musica)
  • 1976 : Movability (Pausa Records) with (Niels Pedersen)
  • 1979 : Four Keys (Pausa Records) with (Lee Konitz) (John Scofield) and (Niels Pedersen)
  • 1981 : Martial Solal Big band (Gaumont)
  • 1983 : Bluesine (Soul Note)
  • 1984 : Plays Hodeir (OMD)
  • 1990 : Tryptique (Adda)
  • 1993 : Solal-Lockwood (JMS)
  • 1993 : Improvisie Pour France Musique (JMS)
  • 1994 : Triangle (JMS) with Marc Johnson and Peter Erskine
  • 1997 : Just Friends (Dreyfus) with Gary Peacock and Paul Motian
  • 1998 : Ballade du 10 Mars (Soul Note)
  • 1998 : Jazz’n (e)motion (BMG/RCA)
  • 2001 : Live at the Village Vanguard with François Moutin and Bill Stewart
  • 2006 : Exposition sans tableau Martial Solal Newdecaband (Nocturne)
  • 2007 : Solitude
  • 2008 : Longitude with François Moutin and Louis Moutin
  • 2008 : Live at the Village Vanguard





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