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Latest Activity: Jun 6
Visit this discussion to see Latin jazz legend Paquito D'Rivera's video responses to questions by Musical Exchange members like you.
This is part of a discussion series related to the music of Paquito D'Rivera that we will be posting between now and the release of the webcast of the Latin Jazz Traditions concert, which took place on May 16, 2014, in Zankel Hall.
Listen to the two recordings of Song for Maura. What musical differences do you notice?Post two recordings or videos of a different piece and tell us about the musical similarities and differences.Continue
Started by Carnegie Hall Jul 1, 2014.
Paquito D'Rivera's composition "Basstronaut" is a rare example of a piece that features both the acoustic and electric bass. Watch the version below, featuring John Goldsby on upright and Oscar Stagnaro on electric. Then, share a recording of piece…Continue
Started by Zack Sulsky Jun 16, 2014.