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American Piano Tradition from Mayer and de Mare

American Piano Tradition from Mayer and de Mare
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American Piano Tradition from Mayer and de Mare
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Pianist Steven Mayer.

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From a concert at the American Piano Festival called the "Black Virtuoso Tradition," pianist Steven Mayer plays Fats Waller's "Taint Nobody's Business," and James P. Johnson's "Blueberry Rhyme." And pianist Anthony de Mare plays George Gershwin's Melody No. 17.

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