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Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz

'Remembering Marian McPartland: A Celebration' On Piano Jazz

Tony Bennett, Barbara Carroll, Bill Charlap, Chris Brubeck and more pay tribute to the grande dame of Piano Jazz.

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Art As Conversation

NPR's Melissa Block and music critic Tom Moon discuss the thrill of intimacy on three new albums by duos.

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Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz

Kenny Barron On Piano Jazz

The pianist performs "Clouds" and pairs with host Marian McPartland for "How Deep Is The Ocean?" in 2003.

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