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Fred Hersch Knows His Trios

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Fred Hersch Knows His Trios

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Fred Hersch Knows His Trios

Fred Hersch Knows His Trios

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Over the last 30 years, jazz pianist Fred Hersch has recorded in solo, duo, quartet, quintet and double-trio settings, with big band and with orchestras. Fresh Air jazz critic Kevin Whitehead says the classic piano, bass and drums trio format suits Hersch best of all in a review of Floating.