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The world first learned of the incredible vocal artistry of Cécile McLorin Salvant when she won the prestigious 2010 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition. In just under the span of a decade she has evolved from a darling of jazz critics and fans, to a multi-GRAMMYr Award winner and a prescient, fearless voice in music today. 'The Window', an album of duets with the pianist Sullivan Fortner, explores and extends the tradition of the piano-vocal duo and it's expressive possibilities. With just Fortner's deft accompaniment to support McLorin Salvant, the two are free to improvise and rhapsodize, to play freely with time, harmony, melody and phrasing.
The world first learned of the incredible vocal artistry of Cécile McLorin Salvant when she won the prestigious 2010 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition. In just under the span of a decade she has evolved from a darling of jazz critics and fans, to a multi-GRAMMYr Award winner and a prescient, fearless voice in music today. 'The Window', an album of duets with the pianist Sullivan Fortner, explores and extends the tradition of the piano-vocal duo and it's expressive possibilities. With just Fortner's deft accompaniment to support McLorin Salvant, the two are free to improvise and rhapsodize, to play freely with time, harmony, melody and phrasing.
673203113220

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Format: CD
Label: MACK
Rel. Date: 09/28/2018
UPC: 673203113220

Window
Artist: Cecile McLorin Salvant
Format: CD
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The world first learned of the incredible vocal artistry of Cécile McLorin Salvant when she won the prestigious 2010 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition. In just under the span of a decade she has evolved from a darling of jazz critics and fans, to a multi-GRAMMYr Award winner and a prescient, fearless voice in music today. 'The Window', an album of duets with the pianist Sullivan Fortner, explores and extends the tradition of the piano-vocal duo and it's expressive possibilities. With just Fortner's deft accompaniment to support McLorin Salvant, the two are free to improvise and rhapsodize, to play freely with time, harmony, melody and phrasing.
        
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