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Mark Ginsburg / Greg Coffin Session

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Aug 26, 2009 Updated Sep 7, 2012

Saxophonist Mark Ginsburg teams up with pianist Greg Coffin for an ABC Jazz feature recording. Hear it online now...


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Both musicians contribute to the local and international jazz landscape, offering their personal take on the jazz vocaubulary.

Hear the duo tackle Jewish-inspired jazz works as well as an obligatory swinging blues.

Tracks in this feature

1. 'Creator of Light' (improvisation on a liturgical solo by Cantor Jacob Mendelsohn)
2. 'Generations' (Jacobsohn)
3. 'Waltz for Lenny' (Micu Narunsky)
4. 'Or Not' (Tom Christensen)

Audio engineer: James Kennedy
Videographer: Stuart Duncan


Sep 4, 2009. 11:58am
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On Aug 31, 2009. 10:41am
Sid said

Fluidity, passion and skill are delicately balanced in this most beautiful of recordings.

On Aug 31, 2009. 1:32am
Dawid van der Kaap Bass said

Watching and listening to both musicians perform from so many miles away, and yet with such intimacy - would be a joy even if the performers were total strangers to me. But to see my old coutryman, school-acquaintance and fellow-musician Mark Ginsburg perform with such grace and assurance is a delight beyond words. To have come from a background very similar to Mark's makes his compositions ans style all the more evocative.

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