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  1. Now playing, CD 2: Camille Saint-Saëns – Concerto for Piano No.4 in C minor Op.44 – Concerto for Piano No.5 in F major Op.103 "Egyptian" – Rhapsodie d'Auvergne for Piano and Orchestra in C major Op.73 – Africa Op.89 – Allegro appassionato for Piano in C minor Op.70 Stephen Hough (piano) – City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra – Sakari Oramo (Hyperion)
  2. Free Fall – Furnace (Wobbly Rail) — Ken Vandermark (Bb & bass clarinet), Ingebrigt Håker Flaten (bass), Håvard Wiik (piano)
  3. Dave McKenna – Live at Maybeck Recital Hall, Volume Two (Concord Records) — solo piano
  4. John Surman – Coruscating (ECM Records) — With Chris Laurence and the Trans4mation string quartet
  5. Bill Evans – Some Other Time: The Lost Session from the Black Forrest - CD 1 (Resonance Records) — With Eddie Gomez, Jack DeJohnette
  6. Phillip Johnston – Page of Madness (Asynchronous Records) — With The Transparent Quartet: Phillip Johnston: soprano saxophone, alto saxophone; Joe Ruddick: piano, baritone saxophone; Mark Josefsberg: vibraphone; David Hofstra: bass; This is an original score by Johnston for Teinosuke Kinugasa’s Japanese 1926 silent film, Kurutta Ippeiji, (A Page of Madness) performed in sync with the film.
  7. Maybe you were being sarcastic, but I wanted to note that Terry Gross has been interviewing musicians, including jazz musicians for more than twenty years.
  8. Anthony Braxton – Quintet (Basel) 1977 (Hatology) — Anthony Braxton - sopranino saxophone, clarinet, alto saxophone; George Lewis - trombone; Muhal Richard Abrams - piano; Mark Helias - double bass; Charles "Bobo" Shaw - drums; recorded live at Safranzunft, Basel, Switzerland by Radion DRS in 1977. Art Farmer Quintet – Art Farmer Quintet at Boomers (East Wind Music / Universal Music Japan) — With Clifford Jordan, Cedar Walton, Sam Jones, Billy Higgins; live at Boomers, NYC.
  9. Satoko Fujii – Kitsune-bi (Tzadik) — Satoko Fujii (piano) in duo with Sachi Hayasaka (soprano sax) and in trio with Mark Dresser (bass) and Jim Black (drums)
  10. Rahsaan Roland Kirk – Blacknuss (Atlantic Records / Collectables Records) Personnel: Rahsaan Roland Kirk - Flute, Guitar, Arranger, Gong, Tenor Sax, Vocals, Whistle, Stritch, Manzello; and (group one): Charles McGhee - Trumpet; Dick Griffin - Trombone; Cornell Dupree, Keith Loving - guitars; Richard Tee - Piano; Mickey Tucker - Organ; Bill Salter - Bass; Bernard "Pretty" Purdie - Drums; Arthur Jenkins - Conga, Cabassa; Joseph "Habad" Texidor - Percussion; or (group two): Billy Butler - Guitar; Sonelius Smith - Piano; Henry Pearson - Bass; Khalil Mhrdi - Drums; Richard Landrum - Conga; Joseph "Habad" Texidor - Percussion; plus: Princess Patience Burton - Vocals; Cissy Houston - Vocals.
  11. Howard Johnson and Gravity – Testimony (Tuscarora) — Howard Johnson: tuba, baritone saxophone, penny whistle, arrangements; Velvet Brown, Dave Bargeron, Earl McIntyre; Joseph Daley, Bob Stewart: tuba; Carlton Holmes: piano; Melissa Slocum: bass; Buddy Williams: drums. Guests: Nedra Johnson: vocals on track 2; Joe Exley: tuba tracks 1,5,6,7,8; CJ Wright, Butch Watson, Mem Nahadr: backing vocals tracks 2.
  12. Tommy Flanagan – Sunset and The Mockingbird: The Birthday Concert (Blue Note Records)
  13. Martha Argerich and Friends – Live from Lugano 2010 - CD 1 (EMI Records) Robert Schumann – Sonata for Violin and Piano No.1 in A minor Op.105 — Renaud Capuçon (violin), Martha Argerich (piano) Frédéric Chopin – Rondo for 2 Pianos in C major B.27/ Op.73 — Lilya Zilberstein, Sergei Edelmann (pianos) Johannes Brahms – Variations for Piano 4 hands in E flat major on a theme by Robert Schumann Op.23 — Martha Argerich, Nicholas Angelich (pianos) Frédéric Chopin – Concerto for Piano No.1 in E minor B.53/ Op.11 — Martha Argerich (piano) – Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana – Jacek Kaspszyk
  14. Bobo Stenson Trio – Contra la indecisión (ECM Records) — Bobo Stenson: piano; Anders Jormin: double bass; Jon Fält: drums
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