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Piano/trumpet duets are somewhat rare in jazz history, particularly in more modern areas of jazz. The pianist has to function as the complete rhythm section while the trumpeter has to have enough variety in sound, ideas, and moods to hold one's attention. Pianist Marc Copland and trumpeter Tim Hagans succeed in all of these areas during their stimulating set. The music they perform is often lyrical and searching, although their versions of Thad Jones' "Three in One" and Ornette Coleman's "When Will the Blues Leave" are also swinging. There is nowhere to hide during duets, but Copland (who often plays dense chords) and Hagans make every note count. This project rewards repeated listenings.

Biography

Born: 27 May 1948 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Marc Copland is a modern jazz pianist, composer, and recording artist whose nickname "the Piano Whisperer" was earned for his rich harmonic technique and crystalline sound. He was born Marc Cohen in Philadelphia in 1948. His early musical studies were on the alto saxophone with Joe Allard. He also studied composition under Romeo Cascarino and Meyer Kupferman. By the early '60s, while still a teen, he became an integral part of Philly's jazz scene. Copland moved to New York in 1966 to attend Columbia...
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