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Jacky Terrasson On Piano Jazz

Back in 1995, the young pianist demonstrated extraordinary talent on standards.

Jacky Terrasson On Piano Jazz

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Carla Bley And Steve Swallow On Piano Jazz

Bley and Swallow join host Marian McPartland for trio renditions of Carla Bley originals.

Carla Bley And Steve Swallow In The Studio

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Benny Golson On Piano Jazz

A giant of hard bop, the saxophonist and composer performs some of his most enduring standards.

Benny Golson In The Studio

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Dena DeRose On Piano Jazz

In a 2001 session, the singer and pianist joined host Marian McPartland for a program of standards.

Dena DeRose On Piano Jazz

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A Tribute To Artie Shaw On Piano Jazz

Historian and cornetist Dick Sudhalter lends perspective on the great clarinetist and bandleader.

A Tribute To Artie Shaw On Piano Jazz

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Tania Maria On Piano Jazz

The Brazilian pianist and singer mixes frenetic originals with Antônio Carlos Jobim interpretations.

Tania Maria On Piano Jazz

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Jim Ferguson On Piano Jazz

The singing bassist presents original songs and standards in a session from 2001.

Jim Ferguson On Piano Jazz

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Hear a 1996 session featuring the Chapel Hill swing-revival band, which had a huge hit with "Hell."

Sense Of Place North Carolina: Squirrel Nut Zippers

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Sergio Salvatore On Piano Jazz

The composer and pianist was only 14 when he was a guest on the program back in 1996.

Sergio Salvatore In The Studio

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Art Hodes On Piano Jazz

The pianist, an adherent to early jazz styles, appeared on the program in 1984.

Art Hodes In The Studio

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