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    Last month's initial installment of this column opened with an introduction to the concept of analyzing jazz standards for the purpose of adding to our understanding about the structure and elements...

  • Monterey Jazz Festival 2016

    In its 59th annual edition, the Monterey Jazz Festival once again delivered on its promise to bring a stylistic plethora and pageantry—with nods to more abstract or daring fare...

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This is Life
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This is Life


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Brooklyn Elegy
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Brooklyn Elegy
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Journey Home
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A Simple Shrug

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