[2015 Basel] Oris will launch the Thelonious Monk limited edition watch in its jazz collection. This commemorative watch will commemorate the talented person in the history of American jazz. Jazz pianist and composer.
Munch is one of the directors of modern jazz. In his composition and impromptu performance, he used a lot of ‘harmonious harmony’, and matched his non-traditional piano playing methods, making his works full of instability and impact. Become the biggest characteristic of his music style. He already wrote the classic famous song Round Midnight as early as 1944. From this song, he established his unique and different music style from the mainstream market. Oris’s upcoming Theronis Monk limited edition watch is a work to pay tribute to his talent and unique musical style.
Thelonious Sphere Monk (October 10, 1917-February 7, 1982) is an American jazz pianist and composer who specializes in improvisation and also develops jazz Contributed. It is the jazz composer ranked second only to Duke Ellington in history. The style and dress style are quite unique.
The Theronis Monk Limited Edition watch has a 40 mm stainless steel case, a gray-blue dial with sunray pattern sanding, and polished hour markers. Among them, the 11 o’clock hour marker between the 10 o’clock and 12 o’clock positions is deliberately misplaced. This design is designed to echo Meng Ke’s discordant style and performance skills.
Oris Thelonious Monk Limited Edition: Model: 733 7712 4085. Table diameter 40 mm. Limited to 1,000. Oris Cal. 733 (based on SW200) automatic winding movement, polished stainless steel case, waterproof to 30 meters. Double-sided anti-glare coated sapphire crystal. The back cover is specially engraved and the number is limited. Polished blue-gray dial with solar radiation. Black leather strap.
The back cover of stainless steel is engraved with the words ‘MONK ALWAYS KNOW’, which is inspired by a ring specially ordered by Meng Ke. When Meng Ke’s ring is facing the audience, he can vaguely see the ‘KNOW’ inscribed on it, but when people want to get closer and take a closer look, Meng Ke will explain that his name is actually engraved on the ring MONK ‘. The words engraved on the back case are to commemorate Meng Ke’s wit and wittyness. This limited edition Theronis Monk watch will be packaged in a wooden case with a satin grey pedestal and will be available in May 2015.