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March 03, 2012


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My initial encounter with Resonance records was through the exciting music of the brilliant young pianist, composer, arranger, Tamir Hendelman. Tamir's contributions to the Jeff Hamilton Trio have been formidable for numerous years. His first recording with his own trio on Resonance entitled "Destinations" exhibits his multifaceted talent with a mix of standards as well as two of his own compositions including the haunting Babushka inspired by his grandmother. Congratulation to Resonance for recognizing this great talent.


Hendelman also contributes some fine piano and arrangements to Christian Howes' "Out of the Blue" and Roberta Gambarini's "Easy to Love."

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