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Bill Charlap

Bill Charlap

A different path

From the December, 2004 issue

When I listen to younger jazz pianists, I sometimes wonder if the instrument does not have too many keys. Most of them have prodigious technique developed by many years of classical training, and many of them take their cues from showy virtuosos of the past. They love tradition and have absorbed lessons from their favorite pianists, concentrating on rhapsodic

 
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