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Jazz notes

A banjo, a piano, and two willing masters

By Siddhartha Mitter
Globe Correspondent / February 29, 2008

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In four decades exploring seemingly every nook and cranny of straight-ahead jazz, Latin jazz, and fusion, the pianist Chick Corea has exemplified versatility and spirit of adventure to as great an extent as any musician today. But even omnivorous curiosity has limits. So when asked how much interest he had ever taken, until recently, in working with a banjo as ... (Full article: 739 words)

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