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Jazz Pianist Mulgrew Miller Dead At 57 From Stroke
"Mr. Miller developed his voice in the 1970s, combining the bright precision of bebop ... with the clattering intrigue of modal jazz ... His balanced but assertive style was a model of fluency, lucidity and bounce, and it influenced more than a generation of younger pianists." A revered side man, he recorded well over 400 albums, including just under a dozen as soloist or bandleader. The New York Times 05/30/13
Posted May 30, 2013 12:48 AM




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