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From Stevie Wonder to a 60-piece Pakistani ensemble, Dave Brubeck’s hit has travelled well
The 1938 number is a cry of despair from the forgotten, rural heartland of America
Frank Churchill’s composition was originally used as the signature tune in ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’
The pianist played with dense, downscale harmonies and pulled basic beats into evocative shapes
Why has a New York jazz quartet made a note-for-note copy of Miles Davis’s most famous album?
Producer who proved literature could make lucrative cinema
First-time release of an inspirational occasion at the John F Kennedy White House
Dave Brubeck, composer and pianist, dies at 91
Three ballets with scores by Brubeck, Grieg and Beethoven made for an oddly unattractive event
The two veterans constructed their own crystalline structures, full of detail, clever twists and passionate intrigue
The Brodsky Quartet celebrate 40 years together by playing a daring game with the members of their concert audience
The jazz piano group maintains the intensity of performance by emphasising the creative process as spectacle