Keith Ingham On Piano Jazz The British-born pianist joined host Marian McPartland in the fall of 1997.
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Keith Ingham On Piano Jazz

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Keith Ingham On Piano Jazz

Keith Ingham On Piano Jazz

Keith Ingham On Piano Jazz

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Keith Ingham (center) appears with Hal Smith and Bobby Gordon on the cover of Music From The Mauve Decades. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The British-born pianist Keith Ingham began his jazz career in London after studying Mandarin at Oxford University. In the late '70s, he moved to New York, which led him to connect with the likes of Peggy Lee, Benny Goodman and Susannah McCorkle, for whom he was pianist and musical director. He was Marian McPartland's guest on this 1997 episode of Piano Jazz. Ingham opens the program with "A Foggy Day (In London Town)." He and McPartland close the show with a duet performance of "Little Rock Getaway."

Originally broadcast in the fall of 1997.

Set List

  • "A Foggy Day (In London Town)" (Gershwin)
  • "Don't You Know I Care / Birmingham Breakdown" (David, Ellington)
  • "How About You / Too Late Now / I Hear Music" (Freed, Lane, Lerner, Loesser)
  • "Moon Song" (Coslow)
  • "Change Partners" (Berlin)
  • "A Sleeping Bee" (Arlen)
  • "If I Love Again" (Murray, Oakland)
  • "Little Rock Getaway" (Sullivan, Sigman)