How and why BILL EVANS and other great jazz giants got snubbed in the longest and most prestigious jazz documentary in history.
Click here to view original web page at billevanswebpages.com by WIN HINKLE BILL EVANS -Piano MARC JOHNSON -Bass JOE LABARBERA -Drums BILL EVANS TRIO ROME CONCERT 1979 LABEL: IMPRO-JAZZ 1. My Man’s Gone Now 6:30 (George & Ira Gershwin) 2. Bill’s Hit Tune 7:30 (Bill Evans) 3. Sugar Plum 6:00 (Bill Evans) 4. Laurie 8:00 […]
Born in Plainfield, N.J., in 1929, Bill Evans grew up watching his mother and older brother play the piano. At age 6, he began his own classical piano lessons, and later played flute and violin during his childhood. Click here to view original web page at www.npr.org After a tour in the Army from 1951-54, […]
Get ready for a Holiday surprise! The greatest jazz pianist ever, Bill Evans, has some fun during a recording session, and sings “Santa Claus is Coming to Town”.
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An evening exploring the relationship between jazz and musical impressionism proved intriguing, if not entirely convincing Click here to view original web page at www.telegraph.co.uk Jazz and musical impressionism seem unlikely bedfellows, on the face of it. Impressionism of the Debussy-Ravel kind is all about flowing arabesques and hazy outlines. It evokes a dream. Jazz […]
The late, brilliantly original jazz pianist Bill Evans in intense conversation with his composer brother, Harry, on the nature of creativity in jazz.
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Click here to view original web page at en.wikipedia.org Bill Evans Evans in 1969 Background information Birth name William John Evans Also known as Bill Evans Died September 15, 1980 (aged 51) New York City, New York, United States Genres Jazz, modal jazz, third stream, cool jazz, post-bop Occupation(s) Pianist Composer Arranger Instruments Piano Years active […]