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Portrait in Seven Shades

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Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra

Jazz at Lincoln Center | 2010

featuring: Trumpets: Wynton Marsalis, Ryan Kisor, Sean Jones, Marcus Printup; Trombones: Elliot Mason, Chris Crenshaw, Vincent Gardner; Reeds: Walter Blanding, Victor Goines, Sherman Irby, Ted Nash, Joe Temperley; Piano: Dan Nimmer; Bass: Carlos Henriquez; Drums: Ali Jackson. Guests: Nathalie Bonin (violin), Wycliffe Gordon (tuba), and Bill Schimmel (accordion) - Music director and saxophone: Ted Nash

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Jazz at Lincoln Center proudly announces the release of Portrait in Seven Shades, performed by the world-renowned Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis and composed by JLCO reedman Ted Nash. Nash’s suite consists of seven movements, each inspired by a master of modern art who worked in the century around the apex of jazz: Chagall, Dali, Matisse, Monet, Picasso, Pollock and Van Gogh. The recording also features special guest musicians Nathalie Bonin (violin), Wycliffe Gordon (tuba), and Bill Schimmel (accordion). The writer Will Friedwald said ‘Music is like painting in time, painting is like music in space.’ Portrait in Seven Shades illustrates this point masterfully.

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