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Milt Jackson On Piano Jazz

The vibraphonist gets together with host Marian McPartland in his own standard, "Bags' Groove."

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John Lewis On Piano Jazz

The founder of the Modern Jazz Quartet plays "Django" in an archival session from 1989.

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Steve Kuhn On Piano Jazz

Kuhn has honed a unique style built on melodic variation and his ceaseless imagination.

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Dave Brubeck On Piano Jazz

The legendary pianist and host Marian McPartland duet in "Just You, Just Me" in this 1997 session.

Dave Brubeck On Piano Jazz

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Russell Malone On Piano Jazz

The guitarist joins bassist Richie Good for a set of performances with host Marian McPartland.

Russell Malone On Piano Jazz

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Pete Malinverni On Piano Jazz

The pianist, composer and teacher joins Marian McPartland in Harold Arlen's standard "Get Happy."

Pete Malinverni On Piano Jazz

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