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Dan Tepfer Trio: Eleven Cages; Judy Niemack with Dan Tepfer: Listening to You

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Dan Tepfer s'è messo in luce da un decennio con eccellenti lavori da leader (dai trii jazz all'esecuzione delle Goldberg Variations) e con prestigiose collaborazioni: ricordiamo il duo con Lee Konitz, il sestetto con Billy Hart, il trio con quest'ultimo e Gary Peacock.
In queste due ultime incisioni il pianista trentacinquenne evidenzia l'alto livello di ...

Pi Recordings: Dedicated to the Innovative

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In the pantheon of American music, jazz is especially noted for its rapid and drastic evolution. Considering that jazz evolved from big bands and swing, to bebop, to free jazz within thirty years, it is a history marked by distinct stylistic eras. For some time, the trajectory and potential development of jazz has been in question. ...

Keith Jarrett: Sleeper - Tokyo, April 16, 1979

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Keith Jarrett
Sleeper: Tokyo, April 16, 1979
ECM Records
2012

While ECM has, in recent years, been in the process of getting some of its older titles back in print through its Old & New Masters Edition series of box sets--some, like the music on Norwegian bassist Arild Andersen's Green Into ...

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Jakob Bro: Searching for Beauty Through Sound

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Beauty is perhaps one of the most common words used in association with music, but it is also one of the vaguest terms in musical criticism, and it rarely says something substantial about the work that is described. And yet, despite its intangible character, it would be almost impossible to characterize Danish guitarist Jakob Bro's music ...