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The Black & White Sessions: Monique Donnelly "All The Things You Are" - YouTube

Monique Donnelly - Vocals Tony Guerrero - Piano "All The Things You Are" by Jerome Kern & Oscar Hammerstein II Produced by Keri Larson & Tony Guerrero Moniqu.

Anat Cohen

Anat Cohen blends her love of jazz and Brazilian music on her new album

Hiromi - Sicilian Blue  (beautiful and awesome piano solo)

Hiromi - Sicilian Blue (beautiful and awesome piano solo)

Hiromi The Trio Project -  MOVE

Album: Move Artist: Hiromi Uehara The Trio Project Track: Move

Marian McPartland.  Check out "New Orleans"

Marian McPartland - Inducted in 1994 for "Lifetime Achievement"

• A scene from the movie Immortal Beloved • Gary Oldman's Beethoven describes the meaning of music over a performance of the "Kreutzer" Sonata No. 9 for Violin & Piano.

From Immortal Beloved The sonata played is Sonata No. 9 for Violin & Piano the "Kreutzer.

alla pugacheva million roses - YouTube

Alla Million Roses, one of my favorite old Russian songs

Hiromi Uehara (Hiromi Trio Project) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Hiromi Uehara (Hiromi Trio Project) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Brahms - Intermezzo Op.117, No. 2 | Arthur Rubinstein [HD]

Johannes Brahms - Intermezzo for piano in B flat minor, No. Among the 20 pieces comprising Brahms' last four sets for piano are 14 intermezz.

Hiromi The Trio Project performing "Alive" (live in the studio). Hiromi Uehara (p), Anthony Jackson (b), Simon Phillips (ds).

Hiromi The Trio Project performing "Alive" (live in the studio). Hiromi Uehara (p), Anthony Jackson (b), Simon Phillips (ds).

HIROMI UEHARA Place To Be

HIROMI UEHARA Place To Be

Fazil Say - Fazil Say:Paganini Variation - YouTube

Turkish pianist Fazil Say gives Mozart's Turkish March the Jazz treatment

Mstislav Rostropovich playing Bach at the collapse of the Berlin Wall. On top of being one of the greatest cellists who ever lived, he was also one of the greatest people who ever lived. His life's work to improve the health and future of children is continued by his Foundation (linked).

Mstislav Rostropovich playing Bach at the collapse of the Berlin Wall 1989

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