For well over 60 years, pianist Dave Brubeck has been creating a sound that combines what he hears in the world around him with experimentation, playfulness and a lot of serious musicianship.  His music – from Camptown Races  to Take Five – are some of the most recognizable and influential pieces in Jazz history.
In this one-hour radio special, you’ll hear stories and insights about the music from Brubeck himself, as well as collaborators Eugene Wright, Bobby Militello and manager & composer Russell Gloyd.

 

Additional Credits

Host: Joshua Jackson Producer: Paul Chuffo and Joshua Jackson (Joyride Media) Contact: Eric Molk, Eric.Molk@SonyMusic.com; Andy Cahn, Andy.Cahn@PublicMediaService.org Broadcast Window: Begins November 2010 Length: One-hour with breaks for local spots Terms: Available at no cost to all USA terrestrial broadcasters, no built-in barter spots

ON Thursday Night Special | December 13, 2012 | 7:00 pm

Dave Brubeck: Legacy of a Life

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For well over 60 years, pianist Dave Brubeck has been creating a sound that combines what he hears in the world around him with experimentation, playfulness and a lot of serious musicianship.  His music – from Camptown Races  to Take Five – are some of the most recognizable and influential pieces in Jazz history.
In this one-hour radio special, you’ll hear stories and insights about the music from Brubeck himself, as well as collaborators Eugene Wright, Bobby Militello and manager & composer Russell Gloyd.

 

Additional Credits

Host: Joshua Jackson Producer: Paul Chuffo and Joshua Jackson (Joyride Media) Contact: Eric Molk, Eric.Molk@SonyMusic.com; Andy Cahn, Andy.Cahn@PublicMediaService.org Broadcast Window: Begins November 2010 Length: One-hour with breaks for local spots Terms: Available at no cost to all USA terrestrial broadcasters, no built-in barter spots

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