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Examples of "fred_hersch"
In 2006, Palmetto Records released the solo CD "Fred Hersch in Amsterdam: Live at the Bimhuis", and released his eighth solo disc, "Fred Hersch Plays Jobim", in 2009.
In 2004 King recorded her live album "Live at Jazz Standard" with pianist Fred Hersch.
Haunted Heart is a jazz album by Renée Fleming with pianist Fred Hersch and guitarist Bill Frisell.
Live at Jazz Standard is 2006 live album by the jazz singer Nancy King accompanied by the pianist Fred Hersch.
Sunday Night at the Vanguard is an album by the Fred Hersch Trio. It earned the group a Grammy Award nomination for Best Jazz Instrumental Album.
Her pupils have included the jazz pianists Brad Mehldau, Jeremy Siskind, Fred Hersch, Barry Harris, Ethan Iverson, Benoit Delbecq, Angelica Sanchez, and Aaron Parks.
In 1980, the Fred Hersch Trio played at B. Dalton Bookseller, one of many fringe events that were an offshoot of the Newport Jazz Festival.
As One is an album of duets album by saxophonist Jane Ira Bloom and pianist Fred Hersch recorded in 1984 and released on the JMT label.
Preminger has played with Billy Hart, Dave Holland, Fred Hersch, Dave Douglas, Victor Lewis, John and Bucky Pizzarelli, Billy Drummond, George Cables, Roscoe Mitchell, and Eddie Henderson.
Lage has played with such renowned artists as Jim Hall, Mark O'Connor, Ambrose Akinmusire, Dayna Stephens, Walter Smith III, Taylor Eigsti, Gary Burton, Eric Harland, Larry Grenadier, Fred Hersch, Béla Fleck, Antonio Sanchez, and Nels Cline, among others.
His influence at first was primarily Bill Evans, later also Bud Powell, McCoy Tyner, Thelonious Monk, Ahmad Jamal, Art Tatum and specifically Fred Hersch who - many years later - became his master teacher in New York City.
Al Jarreau, Diana Krall, Ivan Lins, Fred Hersch, Dave Frishberg, Tom Harrell, Joshua Redman, Kenny Barron, Geri Allen, Rosemary Clooney, Kevin Mahogany, Andy Bey, Marc Anthony, Corey Harris, David Sanchez, John Zorn
Ralph Alessi is a jazz trumpeter and composer who has worked with saxophonist Steve Coleman. He has also performed with Uri Caine, Ravi Coltrane, Fred Hersch and Don Byron.
Fred Hersch recorded a piece named "Thirteen Ways" for piano, clarinet, and percussion on his album of the same name. The album notes state that the piece was inspired by Stevens's poem "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird".
A 2009 reviewer suggested that Rodríguez was "more a melding of Bill Evans, Kenny Werner, Fred Hersch, even touches of Thelonious Monk in conception if not execution, [with] hints here and there of his Cuban heritage".
Lugerner has since gone onto release multiple albums to critical acclaim - "Live at The Bunker" (2012) "For We Have Heard" (2013) "Gravitations Vol 1" feat Angelo Spagnolo (2013) & "Gravitations Vol 2" feat Fred Hersch (2015)
Sylvan accompanied by Alkan Marks, Fred Hersch, John Musto, Ned Rorem, David Breitman, Donald St. Pierre, Steven Blier, Richard Thomas, William Huckaby, and Ricky Ian Gordon, with David Krakaer on clarinet.
AllMusic awarded the album 4½ stars, with reviewer Scott Yanow citing Vitro's proficiency with both lyrics and improvisation, as well as the strong support lent by pianist Fred Hersch and saxophonists Tim Ries and George Coleman.
Coltrane never recorded "Moment's Notice" after the version on "Blue Train". But other soloists have treated it as a standard, particularly since the 1970s. It has been recorded by such artists as McCoy Tyner (on "Supertrios" 1977), Harry Connick, Jr, Dexter Gordon (on "Manhattan Symphonie" 1978), George Coleman (on "Playing Changes" 1979), Fred Hersch (on "Fred Hersch trio plays..." 1994), Mark Turner (on "Yam Yam" 1994), Arturo Sandoval (on "Swingin`" 1996), US Navy Commodores Jazz Ensemble (on "Sessions on M Street S.E." 1998) and Billy Hart (on "Quartet" 2005).
Hersch first became interested in jazz while at Grinnell College in Iowa. He dropped out of school and started playing jazz in Cincinnati. He continued his studies at the New England Conservatory, attracting attention from the press – "a fine showcase for Fred Hersch" – in a college recital. On graduation, he became a jazz piano instructor at the college.