Mulgrew Miller On Piano Jazz In a 2002 session, Miller's unique harmonic and rhythmic style comes through in his composition, "Carousel." He also joins host Marian McPartland for Duke Ellington's "What Am I Here For?"
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Mulgrew Miller On Piano Jazz

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Set List

  • "Just Friends" (Klenner, Lewis)
  • "Carousel" (M. Miller)
  • "Just In Time" (Comden, Green, Styne)
  • "There'll Be Other Times" (Reeves, Wesley)
  • "Four" (M. Davis)
  • "Ship Without A Sail" (R. Rodgers, L. Hart)
  • "What Am I Here For" (E. Ellington)
  • "Cool Blues" (C. Parker)

On this episode of Piano Jazz, Mulgrew Miller's unique harmonic and rhythmic style comes through in his composition, "Carousel." He also joins host Marian McPartland in performing Duke Ellington's "What Am I Here For?"

Mulgrew Miller died on May 29, 2013, following complications from a stroke.

Originally recorded Sept. 9, 2002.