Teaching children to improvise in a cohesive and multidisciplinary way
Relaxed, tasteful, and melodic jazz by one the genre's guitar greats.
Sonic anarchy: that’s what Schnitzler’s music can be. It can also be near-dead calm, underpinned with symphonic serenity.
Outstanding two-piano improvisation.
Part three of Couturier's tribute to Andrei Tarkovsky.
Straight-ahead, Ratzo Harris' bass thrums, creating musical architecture. What he does with that instrument is an exaltation.
A masterful display of solo improvisation.
Celebrating their decade-long collaboration, James Carter and Roberto Sierra meld jazz and classical styles on this “something for everyone” CD.
The author improvised these poems onstage as part of an audience participation free verse sets at coffee houses in Los Angeles.
Classic session featuring stirring piano work from Monk and tenor solos by Coleman Hawkins.