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By nature, duet recordings are all about limitations, and an exercise in trying to say more with less. This month marked a pair of high-profile recordings between saxophone and keyboard, and the results are as distinctive as they are rewarding. Say what...
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Claude Nobs, 76, the founder and general manager of the Montreux Jazz Festival, whose passion for music and artistry introduced generations of legendary musicians to international audiences on the Swiss stage, died Thursday after sustaining injuries...
-------------------- The Jazz Standards A Guide to the Repertoire Ted Gioia Oxford University Press: 528 pp., $39.95 -------------------- I like jazz but I don't know much about it. Or perhaps I should say that I know what I like. Duke Ellington,...
Culture MonsterThe jazz pianist will bring his remarkable, all-improvised performance back to Disney Hall in March....
Culture MonsterThe Berkeley-based clarinetist-composer brought a dazzling ensemble to Little Tokyo Monday night with a mix of jazz, spoken word and rich array of musical styles....
Culture MonsterThough Keith Jarrett's performances can be spiked with tension given the mercurial pianist's particular sensitivities, Tuesday's more relaxed show allowed his brilliant improvisations to shine....
Culture MonsterA graceful, atmospheric recording led by 71-year-old drummer Billy Hart, "All Our Reasons" features memorable contributions from the Bad Plus' Ethan Iverson and saxophonist Mark Turner....
Culture MonsterA gifted trio of guitarist Anthony Wilson, drummer Jim Keltner and organist Larry Goldings treated a packed Blue Whale to a night of exploration....
Paul Motian, an influential and much-admired jazz drummer who first gained renown in the late 1950s as part of the Bill Evans Trio and later became a composer and the leader of his own groups, has died. He was 80. Motian died Tuesday at Mount Sinai...
Culture MonsterPaul Motian, a beautifully subtle, versatile drummer who recorded with a wealth of jazz artists over his long career, died early Tuesday in New York City. He was 80. First rising to prominence as a member of Bill Evans' trio on landmark recordings, Paul...
Culture MonsterAlto saxophonist Ornette Coleman’s revolutionary quartet stood the jazz world on its head at the end of 1959. His vigorous and intense music was in continual motion: melodically, harmonically and rhythmically. With no piano providing a chordal...
Pop & HissA series in Sunday Calendar about what Times writers & contributors are listening to right now... Nicolas Jaar has a fascinating lineage: He’s the son of acclaimed Chilean visual artist Alfredo Jaar and remains enrolled at Brown University as a........
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