|A1||I Want To Be Happy|
|A2||Paris, Je T'Aime|
|B2||Who Is Me|
Roger Guerin (trumpet) Bobby Jaspar, Bib Monville (tenor sax) Bernard Peiffer (piano) Jean-Marie Ingrand (bass) Baptiste "Mac-Kac" Reilles (drums). Emarcy Records MG 26036 (US). Modern Jazz For People Who Like Original Music (Vinyl, LP, Album) Laurie Records - LLP 1006. La Vie En Rose /Ecy by Bernard Peiffer (2002-07-30) Import Music Services. Formidable by Bernard Peiffer Import. Presenting The Bernard Peiffer Trio Decca. Peiffer, bernard Formidable! Mainstream Jazz Records.
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born on 23/10/1922 in Epinal, Lorraine, France. died on 8/9/1976 in Philadelphia, PA, United States. Bernard Peiffer (pie-fer) (23 October 1922 – 7 September 1976) was a French jazz pianist, composer, and teacher. His nickname was "Le Most", for his piano skills. Born in Épinal, France, Peiffer was raised within a musical family, with his father and uncle playing the violin and the organ, respectively. Starting piano at age nine, he studied under Pierre Maire, a student of Nadia Boulanger, and quickly demonstrated his brilliance by being able to play back long sections of classical music by ear. After winning the 1st Prize in Piano at the Paris Conservatory, Peiffer began his.
Bernard Peiffer (pie-fer) (23 October 1922 – 7 September 1976) was a French jazz pianist, composer, and teacher. Born in Épinal, France, Peiffer was raised within a musical family, with his father and uncle playing the violin and the organ, respectively
By 1949 Bernard Peiffer was a French national name in music with the moniker Le Most. Through the early 1950’s his career flourished in Europe as he won the Jazz Hot Magazine Award and recorded for the Blue Star label, achieving the Grande Prix du Disque in 1953. He touched many people, often fellow musicians, who sought to raise their abilities and push the envelope of their playing as a boundless form of expression. He taught this to his students as well, pushing them to levels of expectation they once thought impossible.