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MODERN JAZZ PIANIST
HERBIE NICHOLS
JAZZ PIANIST DR
JAZZ PIANIST KENNY
AMERICAN BEBOP JAZZ PIANIST
RAMSEY LEWIS
BEEGIE ADAIR
CELEBRATED JAZZ PIANIST
JAZZ PIANIST FRED HERSCH
BEST JAZZ PIANIST
FAVORITE JAZZ PIANIST
MARY LOU WILLIAMS
RENOWNED JAZZ PIANIST
GEORGE SHEARING
STELLAR JAZZ PIANIST
CANADIAN JAZZ PIANIST
FAMOUS JAZZ PIANIST
JAZZ PIANIST BILL EVANS
FREE JAZZ PIANIST
KEITH JARRETT
BRAD MEHLDAU
FATS WALLER
WELL-KNOWN JAZZ PIANIST
BANDLEADER COUNT BASIE
OUTSTANDING JAZZ PIANIST
BUD POWELL
BARRY HARRIS
OSCAR PETERSON
HERBIE HANCOCK
NATHALIE LORIERS
ANDREW HILL
ART TATUM
BRITISH JAZZ PIANIST
INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED JAZZ PIANIST
AFRICAN-AMERICAN JAZZ PIANIST
INFLUENTIAL JAZZ PIANIST
JOHN JEAN GOLDKETTE
FRENCH JAZZ PIANIST
GREATEST JAZZ PIANIST
GREAT JAZZ PIANIST
MANCHESTER
JELLY ROLL MORTON
RECORDINGS
DAVE BRUBECK
AMERICAN JAZZ PIANIST
JULY
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Modern Jazz Pianist

  1. Geri Allen is a thoroughly modern jazz pianist and composer who has a deep respect for her roots and predecessors.

Herbie Nichols

  1. Herbie Nichols is a perennially neglected jazz pianist and composer.
  2. Flat out, Herbie Nichols was the greatest jazz pianist of the 1950s, and I'm very ashamed to admit that I never listened to the man until last autumn.

Jazz Pianist Dr

  1. Jazz pianist Dr. Billy Taylor is retiring from public performance this week but will continue his educational endeavors.

Jazz Pianist Kenny

  1. Kenny Drew Jr., son of jazz pianist Kenny Drew, is an American jazz pianist.

American Bebop Jazz Pianist

  1. Bob Dorough (born 12 December 1923) is an American bebop jazz pianist, composer and vocalese singer. (Web site)

Ramsey Lewis

  1. Ramsey Lewis is a jazz pianist and multi-instrumentalist, and composer who has released approximately 80 albums over a 50-year career.
  2. The bio, new releases, tour schedule and other information about the legendary jazz pianist, Ramsey Lewis.

Beegie Adair

  1. Beegie Adair (born in Barren County, Kentucky in 1937) is a jazz pianist. (Web site)
  2. Acclaimed jazz pianist, Beegie Adair, and her trio present renditions of classic movie songs of the 1940s.

Celebrated Jazz Pianist

  1. Kenny Barron, celebrated jazz pianist, is glad to be at Stanford.

Jazz Pianist Fred Hersch

  1. New York in and studied privately with Sofia Rosoff and jazz pianist Fred Hersch.

Best Jazz Pianist

  1. John Taylor is probably the best jazz pianist in England.
  2. Chris Anderson, the best jazz pianist who even 99% of jazz fans haven't heard of.

Favorite Jazz Pianist

  1. Lewis Nash is his favorite jazz drummer, and Cyrus Chestnut is his favorite jazz pianist.
  2. Dave Brubeck is by far my favorite jazz pianist.
  3. Right now, I'd have to say Frank Kimbrough is, hands down, my favorite jazz pianist.

Mary Lou Williams

  1. Another jazz pianist, Mary Lou Williams, is said to have given him the nickname "Bobo" around this time.
  2. In his teens he met Mary Lou Williams, a fine jazz pianist who became a lifelong friend and a major inspiration.

Renowned Jazz Pianist

  1. The Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz (www.monkinstitute.org) was established in 1986 in memory of the renowned jazz pianist and composer. (Web site)
  2. Born in New Zealand, now living in Australia, Judy Bailey is a renowned jazz pianist, composer, arranger and music educator.

George Shearing

  1. Thompson was by no means the only British jazz pianist after George Shearing to try his luck in the United States. (Web site)

Stellar Jazz Pianist

  1. Len Bryant's brother Ray Bryant is a stellar jazz pianist, while another brother named Tom Bryant, unfortunately deceased, was a bassist and vocalist.

Canadian Jazz Pianist

  1. Profile, reviews, tour dates, and sound files for the Canadian jazz pianist and composer. (Web site)

Famous Jazz Pianist

  1. Meanwhile he played with a variety of ensembles and came to the attention of the famous jazz pianist, composer, and bandleader Horace Silver.
  2. Horace Silver is a famous jazz pianist and composer. (Web site)
  3. Herbie Hancock is a very famous jazz pianist -- worked a lot with Miles Davis. (Web site)

Jazz Pianist Bill Evans

  1. Burton has cited jazz pianist Bill Evans as a main inspiration for his approach toward the vibraphone. (Web site)

Free Jazz Pianist

  1. Paul Bley is a free jazz pianist born in Montreal, Canada in 1932 and long-time resident in the United States.

Keith Jarrett

  1. He returned in the mid- 1980s as a jazz pianist influenced by Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett, but with a style increasingly of his own. (Web site)

Brad Mehldau

  1. Brad Mehldau is a fine jazz pianist with tone and style more reminiscent of Bill Evans than anyone I've heard in a long time.
  2. Brad Mehldau is a jazz pianist and composer.
  3. Brad Mehldau (born August 23, 1970) is an American jazz pianist.

Fats Waller

  1. Fats Waller, the legendary jazz pianist, recorded an up-tempo instrumental version.

Well-Known Jazz Pianist

  1. A chance meeting with Chick Corea when she was 17 led to a performance with the well-known jazz pianist the very next day.
  2. George Shearing (born 13 August 1919 in London) is a well-known jazz pianist.

Bandleader Count Basie

  1. Legendary jazz pianist and bandleader Count Basie was born in Red Bank in 1904.

Outstanding Jazz Pianist

  1. GWILYM SIMCOCK (24) is the most outstanding jazz pianist and composer of his generation.
  2. Little Brother Montgomery,major African-American blues artist who was also an outstanding jazz pianist and vocalist.

Bud Powell

  1. This early background is similar to that of Bud Powell, the man who later became his main inspiration as a jazz pianist. (Web site)

Barry Harris

  1. Jazz Profiles was inspired by a comment made by Barry Harris at the funeral of jazz pianist, Al Haig.
  2. Jazz pianist Dr. Barry Harris was in an uptown hospital recovering from minor surgery.
  3. This intimate portrait of modern jazz pianist, Barry Harris, becomes an historic walk with some of the best known jazz musicians of the 1950's and 60's.

Oscar Peterson

  1. Jazz pianist Oscar Peterson recorded "Night Train" with his trio on a 1962 album of the same name. (Web site)
  2. Kingston-born Monty Alexander came to New York in the early '60s, inspired by the Calypso music of home and the fluidity of jazz pianist Oscar Peterson.
  3. Oscar Peterson is a world-renowned jazz pianist. (Web site)

Herbie Hancock

  1. Jazz pianist Herbie Hancock and Joni MItchell are best buds, dating to 1979, when they teamed for Mitchell's "Mingus," her major foray into jazz.
  2. Herbie Hancock, jazz pianist and composer, is a true icon of modern music.
  3. Herbie Hancock is an American jazz pianist and composer.

Nathalie Loriers

  1. Nathalie Loriers (born October 27, 1966 in Namur) is a Belgian jazz pianist and composer. (Web site)

Andrew Hill

  1. Andrew Hill, a jazz pianist whose career as an adventurous, envelope-stretching improviser and composer reached from the 1960s to the present, has died.
  2. Andrew Hill is a well-known jazz pianist.

Art Tatum

  1. His technical mastery as jazz pianist has been compared to that of Art Tatum, Oscar Peterson, and Errol Garner, among others.
  2. This is the first of a nine-volume 18-track set, comprised primarily of previously unissued performances by the legendary jazz pianist, Art Tatum. (Web site)

British Jazz Pianist

  1. John Taylor (born in Manchester 25 September 1942) is a British jazz pianist.
  2. Marian McPartland is a British jazz pianist.
  3. Gwilym Simcock (born 1981) is a British jazz pianist and composer.

Internationally Renowned Jazz Pianist

  1. Dr. Barry Harris is an internationally renowned jazz pianist, composer and educator.

African-American Jazz Pianist

  1. Bud Powell, an African-American jazz pianist and composer, was born on this date in 1924.
  2. Consuela Lee, an African-American jazz pianist, composer, arranger and music educator, passed away on Dec. (Web site)

Influential Jazz Pianist

  1. Herbie Hancock is arguably the most influential jazz pianist since the late Bill Evans.
  2. Bill Evans was a famous and influential jazz pianist. (Web site)
  3. Garner is the most influential jazz pianist since Theloneous Monk, and Art Tatum.

John Jean Goldkette

  1. John Jean Goldkette (18 March, 1899 – March 24, 1962) was a jazz pianist and bandleader born in Valenciennes, France.

French Jazz Pianist

  1. This long one-day session was originally produced by Henri Renaud, the French jazz pianist, when he visited New York in the very early part of 1954.

Greatest Jazz Pianist

  1. Perhaps the greatest Jazz Pianist ever, Herbie Hancock has been an innovator of Jazz since the 1960s.
  2. With this disc, Frank Kimbrough emerges as perhaps the greatest jazz pianist on the scene today.
  3. Art Tatum is the greatest jazz pianist ever.

Great Jazz Pianist

  1. Beegie Adair is one great jazz pianist. (Web site)
  2. Dudley wasn't Thelonius Monk or Oscar Peterson, but he was a great jazz pianist.
  3. George Shearing, the great jazz pianist, Dean said, was exactly like Rollo Greb.

Manchester

  1. Armen Nalbandian (b.1978 in Manchester, England) is a jazz pianist, composer & humanitarian.
  2. He also went on tour with legendary jazz pianist Herbie Hancock, which included a show at the Bonnaroo Music Festival in Manchester, Tennessee.

Jelly Roll Morton

  1. Jelly Roll Morton was an influential jazz pianist, composer, arranger and band leader.
  2. Jelly Roll Morton was a jazz pianist of the 1920's. (Web site)
  3. It was here that she met Jelly Roll Morton, probably the greatest jazz pianist of the era.

Recordings

  1. Fred Hersch is a celebrated jazz pianist and composer with more than 20 recordings and two Grammy nominations to his credit.
  2. A prominent jazz pianist for 50 years, he first gained wide recognition for his recordings with Louis Armstrong in the 1920s.

Dave Brubeck

  1. Dave Brubeck is a jazz pianist and composer who has created some of the best, most popular, and most original jazz to date.
  2. Dave Brubeck has long been recognized as a gifted jazz pianist and composer.
  3. Tatum was the primary influence on nearly every major jazz pianist, including McCoy Tyner, Oscar Peterson and Dave Brubeck.

American Jazz Pianist

  1. Horace Henderson (1904–1988), younger brother of Fletcher Henderson, was an American jazz pianist, organist, arranger, and bandleader. (Web site)
  2. Horace Henderson (1904 – 1988), younger brother of Fletcher Henderson, was an American jazz pianist, arranger, and bandleader.
  3. Dick Marx (April 12, 1924 – August 12, 1997) was an American jazz pianist and arranger.

July

  1. Ferdinand "Jelly Roll" Morton (September 20, 1885 – July 10, 1941) was an American ragtime and early jazz pianist, bandleader and composer. (Web site)

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