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2016, Volume 68, Issue 4
..." (performances "linked in real time through emergent Internet-based networking technologies" [91]), Deborah Wong's interrogation of heterosexism and improvisation in North American taiko drumming, and Illa Carrillo... 
Negotiation | Art | Architecture | Sound | Time | Interdisciplinary aspects | Improvisation | Avant-garde | Studies | Phenomenology | Theater | 20th century | Derrida, Jacques | Tatum, Art | Subjectivity | Spanish | Internet | Books | Scholars | Essays | Siddall, Gillian | Ovadija, Mladen | Waterman, Ellen
Book Review
The Ottawa sun, ISSN 0843-2570, 07/2009
... in a row, heavy rains and overcast skies cast a dark pall so heavy over Confederation Park, it would take two of Latin music's bigger jazz stars, Chucho Valdez... 
Bands | Musicians & conductors | Orchestras | Jazz | Tatum, Art | Ellington, Duke (Edward Kennedy Ellington) (1899-1974) | Valdes, Chucho | Music festivals | Musical performances
Newspaper Article
New York Times (Online), 08/2007
... of the main protégés of Lennie Tristano, the jazz pianist known for his rigorous approach to improvisation and his cult following among students and fans. A lifelong... 
Davis, Miles | Vaughan, Sarah | Jazz | Tatum, Art | Parker, Charlie | Holiday, Billie (Eleanora Holiday) (1915-59) | Bruce, Lenny | Waller, Thomas Wright (Fats) (1904-43) | Teaching
Newspaper Article
New York Times (Online), 07/1996
... -- so it's almost like hearing chamber music in your own living room, with a reception afterward to meet the artists." The success of the venture has prompted the City Island... 
Musicians & conductors | Davis, Miles | Ellington, Duke (Edward Kennedy Ellington) (1899-1974) | Coleman, Ornette | Singers | Musical performances | Art galleries & museums | Piazzolla, Astor | Jazz | Tatum, Art | Baroque era | Daly, John | Parker, Charlie
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Chicago Tribune (Online), 02/2018
.... [...]the music proved texturally lucid no matter how fast and furiously these 20 fingers were flying... 
Musicians & conductors | Horowitz, Vladimir (1904-89) | Jazz | Tatum, Art | Ellington, Duke (Edward Kennedy Ellington) (1899-1974) | Keyboards | Valdes, Chucho | Gershwin, George (1898-1937) | Musical performances
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New York Times (Online), 07/1996
... -- so it's almost like hearing chamber music in your own living room, with a reception afterward to meet the artists.'' The success of the venture has prompted the City Island... 
Musicians & conductors | Davis, Miles | Ellington, Duke (Edward Kennedy Ellington) (1899-1974) | Coleman, Ornette | Singers | Musical performances | Art galleries & museums | Piazzolla, Astor | Jazz | Tatum, Art | Baroque era | Daly, John | Parker, Charlie
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Knight-Ridder/Tribune Business News, 05/2014
There's also the now-famous story of how O'Neal was recommended by none other than the great Oscar Peterson for the role of Art Tatum in the 2004 film, Ray, in which Jamie Foxx starred as the late Ray Charles... 
Musical recordings | Musicians & conductors | Jazz | Tatum, Art
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TCA Regional News, 02/2018
.... No, it was the clarity, balance, sensitivity and tonal sheen of their work that made this a model of what two-piano improvisation can be -- but rarely is. Add to that the well... 
Musicians & conductors | Horowitz, Vladimir (1904-89) | Jazz | Tatum, Art | Ellington, Duke (Edward Kennedy Ellington) (1899-1974) | Keyboards | Valdes, Chucho | Gershwin, George (1898-1937) | Musical performances
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Chicago tribune (1963), ISSN 1085-6706, 12/2018
...The most memorable jazz performances of 2018: Amir ElSaffar, Orchestra Hall, Feb. 9. Musical languages intertwined when former Chicago trumpeter and bandleader... 
Bennett, Tony | Hill, Marquis | Musicians & conductors | Cole, Nat (King) | Jazz | Tatum, Art | Ellington, Duke (Edward Kennedy Ellington) (1899-1974) | Sinatra, Frank | Singers | Valdes, Chucho | Gershwin, George (1898-1937) | Musical performances
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New York Times (Online), 07/2006
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09/2008, Volume 75, Issue 9
  Nearly 60 years after Art Tatum took the stage to record an album at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, his stride technique and cascading runs brought shouts of joy from fans gathered there for a... 
Musical recordings | Jazz | Tatum, Art | Technology | Musical performances
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New York Times (Online), 07/2006
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New York Times (Online), 05/2005
..., which is another question) lies in the piano-bass-drums trio than in any other kind of jazz group. These three pianists have helped determine the language of mainstream jazz... 
Monk, Thelonious (1917-1982) | Musicians & conductors | Strayhorn, Billy | Jazz | Tatum, Art | Bassists | Riggins, Karriem | Musical performances | Blakey, Art
Newspaper Article
New York Times (Online), 10/1997
... Art Tatum-like and unstoppable. Several years ago, when he arrived here from Cuba, his jazz skills were slight. But he has obviously been working, and the jazz... 
Tatum, Art | Rhythm
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Chicago Tribune (Online), 05/2019
...So is he or isn’t he? Last year, Chicago jazz pianist Ramsey Lewis announced he was retiring, then softened that declaration a bit before his performance... 
Hancock, Herbie | Peterson, Oscar | Piano | Roads & highways | Tatum, Art | Gospel music | Music festivals | Retirement | Musical performances
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TCA Regional News, 05/2019
...May 24-- May 24--So is he or isn't he? Last year, Chicago jazz pianist Ramsey Lewis announced he was retiring, then softened that declaration a bit... 
Hancock, Herbie | Peterson, Oscar | Piano | Roads & highways | Tatum, Art | Music festivals | Retirement | Musical performances
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Chicago tribune (1963), ISSN 1085-6706, 05/2019
...So is he or isn't he? Last year, Chicago jazz pianist Ramsey Lewis announced he was retiring, then softened that declaration a bit before his performance... 
Hancock, Herbie | Peterson, Oscar | Piano | Roads & highways | Tatum, Art | Music festivals | Retirement | Musical performances
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The New York times, ISSN 0362-4331, 03/1990
.... The fare consisted of about 40 minutes of music from each: the ''Concord'' Sonata of Charles Ives and 11 solos of Art Tatum... 
REVIEWS | Ives, Charles | MUSIC | Mayer, Steven | Tatum, Art | CONCERTS AND RECITALS | ROCKWELL, JOHN
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The New York Times, ISSN 0362-4331, 07/2006, p. E3
...One of the most awestruck fans of the jazz pianist Art Tatum was the classical pianist Vladimir Horowitz, who heard the nearly blind Tatum play live in New... 
Tatum, Art
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The Ottawa citizen (1986), ISSN 0839-3222, 11/2003
.... Chestnut treats the spirituals the same way he treats jazz standards or his own tunes -- as raw material for improvisation... 
Chestnut, Cyrus | Peterson, Oscar | Tatum, Art | Carter, Betty
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