Recommended Albums

Olsson Organ Works

Torvald Torén

Otto Olsson (1879-1964) is one of the most important Swedish composers of organ music. He was a professor of harmony and organ at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm and one of the greatest... Read

Zero

Maria Neckam

Zero is the result of freely improvised expression. The set includes some of Neckam's original compositions and on-the-spot improvisations. As a whole, Zero is an experience for careful listeners,... Read

Two for the Road

Jill Seifers Walsh, Mika Pohjola

American Broadway songs with a classy touch became the recognizable feature of vocalist Jill Seifers Walsh and pianist Mika Pohjola at the turn of the millenium. Walsh and Pohjola met in Boston in... Read

Augmented Variations

Amina Claudine Myers

Amina Claudine Myers is an American jazz pianist, organist, vocalist, composer, and musical arranger. She has proven herself adept in the creative musical arts. She is well known for her works... Read

Dark Wood Explorations

Judith Insell, Joe Fonda

Featuring Judith Insell on viola and Joe Fonda on contrabass. I recall Ms. Insell from her days with the Soldier String Quartet when the performed with John Cale. She has also worked with Lee Konitz,... Read

Musicians

Maryanne de Prophetis

grew up in a diversely musical family with wide-ranging influences. Maryanne... learn more

Tove Jansson

was a Finnish novelist, painter, illustrator and comic strip author. She was the... learn more

Duke Ellington

is regarded as one of the greatest jazz composers and bandleaders of all time. One... learn more

John Coltrane

was always surrounded by music. His father played several instruments sparking... learn more

Articles

Mar 02, 2010:

Op-Ed: Piano playing soon becoming a commodity for professional pianists only

Feb 16, 2010:

Italian quality images displayed in a true Intra-European 17-piece gallery

Oct 13, 2013:

Barnsångskatt med jazzig framtoning

Jul 26, 2013:

Argentinian bassist Fernando Huergo's Provinciano rereleased

Jan 12, 2010:

Argentinian Jazz by Julio Santillan and Marta Gomez at New York's Blue Note Club