Sharon Freeman On Piano Jazz The accomplished pianist and French-horn player performs her composition "Waltz For Achim" and more.

Sharon Freeman On Piano Jazz

Sharon Freeman In The Studio

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In addition to being a lauded pianist, composer and arranger, Sharon Freeman is an accomplished French-horn player. She's worked with many jazz greats, including Gil Evans, Charles Mingus, Lionel Hampton and Charlie Haden.

In 1988, Freeman was Marian McPartland's guest on Piano Jazz, where she demonstrated her skill as a pianist in standards such as "Body And Soul" and "Heaven," along with her own composition "Waltz For Achim."

Originally broadcast in the spring of 1988.

Set List

  • "Waltz For Achim" (Freeman)
  • "Heaven" (Ellington)
  • "Shiny Stockings" (Foster)
  • "Scratchin' In The Gravel" (Williams)
  • "All Blues" (Davis)
  • "Body And Soul" (Green, Heyman)
  • "Stella By Starlight" (Young, Washington)
  • "Then I'll Be Tired Of You" (Harburg, Schwartz)
  • "Roll 'Em" (Williams)