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Chopin - Waltz No. 7 in C sharp minor, Op. 64 No.2 | Maria João Pires

C#

It does make sense

The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Take Five (live 1961)

Jazz

Sarah Vaughan - Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars (Corcovado) Mercury Records 1964

Rio De Janeiro

Keith Jarrett - Summertime

Jazz

gTar opens up iOS and Javascript SDK, adds Ableton Live compatibility

It's been a while since we've heard anything out of the gTar camp -- nearly half a year in fact, when the company announced pre-orders the week of CES. This morning the Kickstarted instrument manufacturer broke the silence by announcing that it'll be opening up its SDK for both iOS and Javascript, …

The 10 most expensive guitars ever sold: in pictures

25 Secret Ways to Get the Guitar Tone of Your Dreams

We've got 25 great ways to help you make your gear sound great and perform at its best, plenty of which are simple “trade secrets” of the pros that …

Happy Birthday to Branford Marsalis, the oldest of Ellis Marsalis' musical progeny, he's 53 today! You can sample his playing on our Saxophone Jazz and Current Jazz channels - http://www.jazzradio.com

Bill Evans - Laurie, Paris Concert

Concerts

Ted Nash's "Chakra" CD cover photo shoot.

What Albert Murray Taught Us About Jazz

An essayist, cultural theorist, novelist, educator and biographer who died on August 18 at 97, Albert Murray spent more than five decades developing his thesis that America is a culturally miscegenated nation. His contention was that blacks are part white, and vice versa: that both races, in spite …

Kerem Görsev - Simple Life

Marian McPartland, jazz musician and NPR host, dies

If Marian McPartland had done nothing more than bring jazz to millions of listeners through her long-running National Public Radio program “Marian McPartland’s Piano Jazz,” she would rank among the most important figures in the art form.<p>But she also defied sexist conventions in the still macho, …

Kerem Gorsev "THERAPY"

Orchestras