Mccoy tyner tender moments

The British arranger produced some of the most beguiling arrangements of the early swing era, performed in New York with magnificent solos from Carter, Coleman Hawkins, and the trombonist Dicky Wells.

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The repertoire includes pieces by Lennie Tristano (“Wow” and “April”), Warne Marsh (“Marshmallow”), Charlie Parker (“Dexterity”), and Thelonious Monk (“Little Rootie Tootie”), a Bob Hurst tribute to tenor-saxophonist Charlie Rouse (“Roused About”) and three Stein originals. While the music often swings in a free bop fashion, there are also freer explorations and moments of unpredictability. The interplay between bass and contrabass clarinets is intriguing and fascinating with Jackson sometimes stealing the show. While Abrams and Rainey are mostly in supportive roles, they keep the music stimulating throughout.

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