Faust: Classic German Expressionist Silent Film, With Live Jazz Accompaniment
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The last date listed for F. W. Murnau's Faust, With Live Jazz Accompaniment was Wednesday October 31, 2007 / 8:00pm.
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Quotes & Highlights
Watch a clip of the film, accompanied by the Breuker Kollektief’s music, here.
On the Kollektief: “One of the tightest ensembles around.”—All About Jazz
On Murnau: “He was an original, and no one else ever made films that looked like his. They are strange and haunted; you reflect that if such satanic dealings were possible, they would probably look very much like this.” – Roger Ebert
In honor of Halloween, a night of devilish delights: the Willen Breuker Kollektief plays a live set of music accompanying one of the classics of silent film: F.W. Murnau’s 1926 masterpiece Faust.
- Frans Vermeerssen, reeds
- Hermine Deurloo, alto saxophone and harmonica
- Maarten van Norden, tenor saxophone
- George Pancras, trumpet
- Andy Altenfelder, trumpet
- Andy Bruce, trombone
- Bernard Hunnekink, trombone, tuba
- Henk de Jonge, _piano, synthesizer _
- Arjen Gorter, bass
- Rob Verdurmen, percussion
This event is part of the 25th Anniversary San Francisco Jazz Festival.