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Diana Krall and Tony Bennett released the song "Fascinating Rhythm" ahead of their upcoming album. Mark Seliger/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Listen to Diana Krall and Tony Bennett's "Fascinating Rhythm"

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Jazz musician Wayne Shorter performs on the stage of the 51st edition of "Jazz a Juan" a Jazz music festival on July 15, 2011 in Juan-les-Pins, Antibes. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How Benny Green Saw His Jazz Horizon

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South African composer and pianist Abdullah Ibrahim, one of the NEA's 2019 Jazz Master recipients, along with Maria Schneider, Bob Dorough and Stanley Crouch. Marina Umari/Courtesy of the NEA hide caption

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John Coltrane (right) with McCoy Tyner at New Jersey's Van Gelder studios in 1963, one day after the session that would become the newly unveiled Both Directions at Once. Joe Alper /Joe Alper Photo Collection LLC hide caption

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Bassist Dave Holland and tabla player Zakir Hussain perform as part of Crosscurrents at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City. Lawrence Sumulong/Jazz at Lincoln Center hide caption

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Crosscurrents: Converging Jazz And Indian Classical Music

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At The Helm: Harold Mabern, Stalwart Accompanist, At 82

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The Bad Plus: The Band That Never Stops

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