Now in his 80s, Kenny Wheeler writes a cycle of new music to meet the words of Lewis Carroll, W.B. Yeats and UK poet Stevie Smith on his new recording with Norma Winstone and a 24 piece vocal ensemble.
Flamenco meets jazz with Spanish trumpeter Raynold Colum and his new release.
Brazilian born vocalist Luciana Souza draws from the legacy of Chet Baker on her recording The Book of Chet.
You can also hear Australia trumpeter Callum G'Froerer with his new release originally recorded for Jazztrack, the Ted Vining Trio also in the Jazztrack studios and saxophonist Andy Sugg recorded in Berlin.
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Kenneth Vincent John Wheeler, OC (born 14 January 1930 in Toronto, Canada) is a Canadian composer and trumpet and flugelhorn player, based in the U.K. since the 1950s. Most of his output is rooted in jazz, but he has also been active in free improvisation and has occasionally contributed to rock music recordings. Wheeler has written over one hundred compositions and is a skilled arranger for...
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