Pamela Hines On Piano Jazz The pianist brings nuance and impressive technique to a set that includes two of her original tunes, "Porridge" and "A Stone."

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Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz

Pamela Hines On Piano Jazz

Pamela Hines In The Studio

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Pamela Hines is a pianist and composer whose forte is a complex and engaging take on the structural components of jazz. She brings nuance and impressive technical ability to all the tunes she plays and, as a composer, draws out a theme from every musician she works with. In this Piano Jazz session from 2000, Hines performs her original tunes "Porridge" and "A Stone." Host Marian McPartland joins her for a few duets, closing the program with "Autumn Leaves."

Originally broadcast in the winter of 2000.

Set List

  • "Out of My Dreams" (Rodgers, Hammerstein)
  • "Porridge" (Hines)
  • "My Shining Hour" (Arlen, Mercer)
  • "When the Saints Go Marching In/Bluebells of Scotland" (Traditional)
  • "Everything's Coming Up Roses" (Sondheim, Styne)
  • "This Can't Be Love" (Rodgers, Hart)
  • "A Stone" (Hines)
  • "Tenor Madness" (Rollins)
  • "If I Love Again" (Murray, Oakland)
  • "Autumn Leaves" (Kosma, PrĂ©vert, Mercer)
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