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Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz

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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Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz

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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Tony Bennett On Piano Jazz

The quintessential American crooner mines the Great American Songbook.

Tony Bennett On Piano Jazz

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Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz

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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World Cafe

Terry Callier On World Cafe

The musician, who died Saturday, had a remarkably versatile career that fused jazz, folk and soul.

Terry Callier On World Cafe

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A Blog Supreme

Philip Dizack: What You Learn When You're Older

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A lot can happen in six years, as the young trumpeter documents on his new album, End of an Era.

Philip Dizack in Studio at WBGO

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Jazz Man Maret Makes His Way On The Harmonica

After cutting his teeth as a sideman for jazz greats, Maret is now taking the helm of bandleader.

Jazz Man Maret Makes His Way On The Harmonica

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