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Bill Cunliffe Sextet: How My Heart Sings

Read "How My Heart Sings" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

On this record subtitled “The Music of Earl Zindars," Bill Cunliffe pays tribute to the composer who wrote the jazz standard “How My Heart Sings," which began life as the exclusive property of Bill Evans in 1956. Throughout a lengthy friendship and business relationship, Evans championed a number of Zindars' songs, such as “Elsa," on his ...

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Bill Cunliffe Sextet: How My Heart Sings

Read "How My Heart Sings" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

The name Earl Zindars might not ring a bell, unless you're a fan of the late pianist Bill Evans, who was a Zindars fan. Evans ' for those of you who check out songwriting credits ' recorded several Zindars tunes in his career, including a classic version of “How My Heart Sings," the title track of ...