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Cosine Meets Tangent

Label: Mile High Music
Released: 2011
Track listing: Protocol; Spring Waltz; Rain Hike; Blues For Yokohama; So Easy To Remember; Rin Ki Ou Hen; Lament For The Ocean; The Great Triplet; Morning Stretch; Cosine Meets Tangent.


Eddie Mendenhall: Cosine Meets Tangent

Read "Cosine Meets Tangent" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Per il suo debutto da leader, il giovane pianista Eddie Mendenhall ha scelto di avvalersi dell'esperienza di Mark Sherman, e di realizzare insieme al vibrafonista una prima linea espressiva basata su molti scambi melodici e reciproci momenti di primo piano. Cosine Meets Tangent propone una scaletta quasi esclusivamente basata su originali, nei quali si rintraccia la ...


Eddie Mendenhall Makes a Splash with His "Cosine Meets Tangent"

Any jazz ensemble with a lineup of piano-vibes-bass and drums invites com- parisons and gets a sound right off the bat that reverberates with the history of the music. Of course there was the MJQ, the Bobby Hutcherson Blue Notes with that configuration, and a number of others. The instrumentation lends itself to harmonically intricate voicings, ...


Eddie Mendenhall: Cosine Meets Tangent

Read "Cosine Meets Tangent" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Pianist/composer Eddie Mendenhall is a young music professor at Monterey Peninsula College, and serves as an instructor at the renowned Monterey Jazz Festival Summer Jazz Camp. As a music professional, Mendenhall leads his own uncommon quartet on Cosine Meets Tangent, his debut as leader, featuring the combination of piano and vibes as lead instruments. Mendenhall's professional ...


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