A man of many parts
From the May, 2005 issue
There was a time when most jazz musicians concentrated on doing one thing really well. Some combined composition with instrumental prowess, and woodwind players may have doubled on a variety of saxophones, clarinets, and even flute. In recent years this has all changed, and most musicians do many different things, sometimes for aesthetic reasons and sometimes
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