Renee Rosnes On Piano Jazz On this 1990 episode of Piano Jazz, Renee Rosnes plays Monk's "Four in One" then improvises with McPartland on her own tune, "Fleur De Lis."

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Renee Rosnes On Piano Jazz

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Upon moving to New York from Vancouver, Canada, pianist and composer Renee Rosnes established a reputation as one of the premier jazz musicians on the scene. Over her 30-year career, Rosnes has collaborated with a diverse range of artists, from established masters such as Jack DeJohnette to younger giants such as Christian McBride and Melissa Aldana. On this 1990 episode of Piano Jazz, Rosnes plays Monk's "Four in One" then improvises with McPartland on her own tune "Fleur-de-lis."

Originally broadcast in Spring 1990.

SET LIST:

"Four in One" (Monk)

"Summer Night" (Dubin, Warren)

"I Remember You" (Mercer, Schertzinger)

"Delicate Balance" (McPartland)

"You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To" (Porter)

"Fleur-de-lis" (Rosnes)

"Gone With the Wind" (Magidson, Wrubel)

"Portrait of Renee Rosnes" (McPartland)

"You and the Night and the Music" (Schwartz)

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