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Developing Story

Label: Eden River Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Movement 1; Movement 2; Movement 3; If You Could See Me Now; Naima; Blue in Green; Lady in the Lake; Milestones; Children of Lima.

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Alan Broadbent: Developing Story

Alan Broadbent: Developing Story

Alan Broadbent has had two spectacular careers. As a jazz pianist, he recorded with Woody Herman, Irene Kral, Gary Foster, Don Menza, Don Rader among others in the 1970s. His first leadership album, Palette, was recorded in 1979. Through the years, he has continued to record in the solo, duo, trio and small-group formats, working at ...

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Recent Listening: Broadbent’s Developing Story

Recent Listening: Broadbent’s Developing Story

Alan Broadbent, Developing Story (Eden River Records) Broadbent’s title composition is in concerto form, although it is not described as a concerto. His piece combines jazz and classical sensibilities in a flow that evolves with logic rarely achieved when genres are blended. Broadbent’s booklet notes identify the orchestral beginning as a “forte introduction.” Robustly, it lives ...

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Alan Broadbent: Developing Story

Read "Developing Story" reviewed by Edward Blanco

During the late '70s, now multi-Grammy Award-winning pianist Alan Broadbent, birthed the idea of merging the music of a jazz trio with a full orchestra and strings ..."in a complete phrase for woodwind soli, counterpoint..." in telling a musical story that is still unfolding today. This ongoing musical journey begins with Developing Story as Broadbent and ...


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