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  1. Keith Jarrett (born May 8, 1945 in Allentown, Pennsylvania) is an American pianist and composer.
  2. Keith Jarrett is a monumental pianist and jazz musician, and The Koln Concert presents him at one of his finest hours.
  3. Keith Jarrett is a pianist known both for his jazz trio and for his concerts, in which he improvises onstage, alone, seated at a Steinway grand.
  4. Keith Jarrett is a monumental figure in 20th century music, particularly within, though not limited to, the jazz genre.
  5. Keith Jarrett (born May 8, 1945 in Allentown, Pennsylvania) is considered one of the most important jazz pianists.


  1. Thought I would check out how the poll was getting along and was more than pleased to see Keith Jarrett in second place.


  1. He doesn't trample across genres as violently as Mr. Moran, but Mr. Glasper is also a freewheeling player in the mode of Keith Jarrett and Lyle Mays.


  1. Keith Jarrett made this recording in 1980 with the support of followers of Gurdjieff. (Web site)


  1. Keith Jarrett and Michala Petri have put together a series of performances that sound so "right " that you cannot imagine them played otherwise.


  1. Fred Hersch is one of the finest modern jazz pianists today of the more intellectual bent - I think of Keith Jarrett, Ran Blake, Denny Zeitlin and others. (Web site)


  1. Mehldau's obvious forebears are people like Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett. (Web site)


  1. Harpsichord and Clavichord maker in Tokyo, whose instruments is used in many recordings and performances of Keith Jarrett and others important artists.


  1. Keith Jarrett also recorded an album entitled Book of Ways (1987) in which he plays a series of clavichord improvisations. (Web site)
  2. If you like Jan Garbarek's playing I also recommend Ralph Towner's "Solstice," his own "Twelve Moons," and any album he played with Keith Jarrett on. (Web site)

Full Range

  1. A full range of piano techniques are presented, from the ambient music style of George Winston to the "New Age-Jazz" styles of Chick Corea and Keith Jarrett.


  1. He has recently finished a biography of Keith Jarrett. (Web site)

Fan Site

  1. Keith Jarrett by Otacílio Melgaço Keith Jarrett: a short biography (fan site). (Web site)

Jazz Musician

  1. Keith Jarrett, better known as a jazz musician, has recorded several classical works by Bach, Mozart, Shostakovich, and others, for the New Series. (Web site)


  1. Although his style falls between stride piano and swing, Andy Fielding also has touches of Keith Jarrett, Art Tatum, and Dave McKenna in his playing.

Jazz Pianist

  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)

Cecil Taylor

  1. We'd call it lyrical, impressionistic and moving; something of a hybrid with runners to both Keith Jarrett and Cecil Taylor.
  2. Even those whose playing flirted with virtuosity, such as Keith Jarrett or Cecil Taylor, seldom dazzled as Peterson did.

Pat Metheny

  1. He wasn't kicking it with Ornette Coleman, Keith Jarrett and Pat Metheny previously for nothing. (Web site)

Brad Mehldau

  1. As continued inheritance we can nowadays listen to piano trios like those of Keith Jarrett, Steve Kuhn, Bill Charlap, Enrico Pieranunzi and Brad Mehldau. (Web site)

Gary Burton

  1. Gary Burton & Keith Jarrett (1971), Burton receives top billing at this early date, but all of the compositions except one are Jarrett's.

Key Link

  1. A key link between Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett, Bley's adventurous yet thoughtful playing sounds like no one else.

Paul Bley

  1. Other important musicians during the 1970's and 1980's include pianists Abdullah Ibrahim, Paul Bley, Anthony Davis, and Keith Jarrett. (Web site)


  1. Keith Jarrett started on the piano when he was three and by the time he was seven he had already played a recital.
  2. However, he soon took time off, changed direction, and re-emerged as a pianist whose lyricism sometimes recalls Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett. (Web site)


  1. Since the 1980s, he has been a member of what has become known as Keith Jarrett 's Standards Trio alongside Jarrett and Gary Peacock. (Web site)


  1. Keith Jarrett (born May 8, 1945, in Allentown, Pennsylvania) is an American jazz and classical pianist and composer. (Web site)


  1. Includes 100 photos, and a foreword by Keith Jarrett. (Web site)


  1. I almost said "jazz pianist" Keith Jarrett, for that is what he was invariably called for years until he began to explore the classics out in the open.
  2. He's played with Ornette Coleman for a few years and another few years with Keith Jarrett. (Web site)

Important Influence

  1. Bley was an important influence on Keith Jarrett.

Own Style

  1. His own style was initially influenced by Bill Evans although some compare him to Keith Jarrett.


  1. People tend to toss names such as Wynton Marsalis and Keith Jarrett around when the word "jazz" is invoked in the mainstream these days.
  2. Through their profound influence on Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett he's discovered jazz and formed a duo with master jazz bassist Jean-Louis Rassinfosse.
  3. Caserta, Mirko - Jazz (bebop) pianist from Italy; includes brief profile and a Keith Jarrett discography.


  1. Keith Jarrett has been prominent in defending free jazz from criticism by traditionalists in recent years.


  1. He first became known as a member of Charles Lloyd 's band, a group that pianist Keith Jarrett also was a part of at that time. (Web site)
  2. Though pianist Keith Jarrett has dabbled in many styles and genres over the years, he is most renowned, and deservedly so, for his solo piano performances. (Web site)
  3. Since his death in January 1977, there has been no sign that any other pianist other than Keith Jarrett is following his independent path in jazz.

Miles Davis

  1. He is widely known for his masterful biographies of Miles Davis and Keith Jarrett.
  2. Apart from writing a regular column for the BBC Music Magazine, Carr has written biographies of jazz musicians Keith Jarrett and Miles Davis. (Web site)

Jack Dejohnette

  1. It would be a fool who protested the sublime trio music of Keith Jarrett with Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette, for example.
  2. I've personally been getting into Jack DeJohnette lately, especially his work with Chris Potter, but also on Keith Jarrett 's "Standards" albums. (Web site)

Mccoy Tyner

  1. Richie Beirach always sounded to me like a cross between Keith Jarrett and McCoy Tyner, and this album is a good example. (Web site)

Herbie Hancock

  1. However her interest in the works of Keith Jarrett and Herbie Hancock led her to jazz. (Web site)
  2. Several videos are also available of this major force in modern jazz whose innovations helped form the styles of Herbie Hancock and Keith Jarrett.

Chick Corea

  1. As a lyricist, he first put words to and recorded works by McCoy Tyner, Keith Jarrett, Wayne Shorter, Chick Corea, Dave Brubeck and others. (Web site)
  2. I cannot guess what Chick Corea, Keith Jarrett, or even Herbie Hancock could made it better. (Web site)
  3. An original jazz piano trio that draws influence from the great trios of Keith Jarrett, Chick Corea, Bill Frisell and Bill Evans.

Bill Evans

  1. A key link between Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett, Bley 's adventurous yet thoughtful playing sounds like no one else.
  2. On piano, his style is influenced by players such as Bill Evans, Keith Jarrett, and John Taylor.
  3. Bill Evans sat at the front line of new generation players who emerged in 1960s including Chick Corea, John Taylor, Dave Brubeck and Keith Jarrett. (Web site)

Keith Jarrett

  1. In fact, some of his music has blurred the line between the two; his main influences on the piano include Chick Corea, Bill Evans, and Keith Jarrett. (Web site)
  2. He first became known as a member of Charles Lloyd 's band, a group that Keith Jarrett also was a part of at that time.
  3. Among jazz pianists, Corea is widely acknowledged as one of the most influential since Bill Evans (along with Herbie Hancock, McCoy Tyner and Keith Jarrett). (Web site)


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