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Flutist Ali Ryerson returns to the studio with an all-star cast of collaborators.

Holly Hofmann (www.hollyhofmann.com) is one of the premier flutists in jazz, "Along with Hubert Laws. . . the best jazz flute player today" according to Phil Woods. Bill Cunliffe (www.billcunliffe.com) is an outstanding pianist--1989 winner of the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Piano Award--and an award-winning arranger--he won a Grammy in 2010, with three other nominations, including another one this year. Together they provide one of the finest examples of the art of the jazz duo. This is
Jazz education is a burgeoning field these days, with multiple university jazz programs and a great many method books on the market. In spite of th...
The world of woodwind doubling is foreign to many performers, certainly those from a "classical," or what has become known as a "legitimate, or "le...
Every student of jazz is familiar with play-along instruction books, mainly through the Jamie Aebersold series which has grown into a virtual cotta...
Bruce Swaim is another jazz artist who would be better known if he lived and performed in New York. An accomplished tenor saxophonist who has lived in the Washington D.C. a…
Those who believe, with F. Scott Fitzgerald, that "There are no second acts in American lives" should check out Mark Weinstein. Originally a trombonist who developed a role…
As a collector of oxymorons and other strange combinations of ideas (my favorite is "clean dirt," followed closely by "military intelligence") even I had never considered t…
The dual rhythm model of dreaming states that, under high sensory thresholds, heightened general cortical activation common to both REM/NREM and circadian-driven activation…
I am having a deja vue experience. Two years ago, I wrote a review of "two octogenarian jazz masters, one of whom has been recognized as such by the National Endowme…
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