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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Hal_GalperHal Galper - Wikipedia

    Between 1973 and 1975, Galper played in the Cannonball Adderley Quintet replacing George Duke. He performed in New York and Chicago jazz clubs in the late 1970s. Around this time, Galper recorded several times with guitarist John Scofield for the Enja label. For 10 years (1980–1990) he was a member of Phil Woods 's quintet.

    Recorded
    Released
    Title
    Label
    1991
    1991
    Live at Port Townsend '91
    1999
    1999
    Let's Call This That
    2006
    2006
    Agents of Change
    Fabola
    2006
    2007
    Furious Rubato
    • Piano
    • April 18, 1938 (age 84), Salem, Massachusetts, U.S.
    • Musician
    • Jazz
  2. Listen to Cubist on Spotify. Hal Galper Quartet · Album · 2018 · 8 songs.

  3. 16/02/2018 · Find album reviews, songs, credits and award information for Cubist by John Bishop, Hal Galper, Hal Galper Quartet, Jeff Johnson on AllMusic - 2018

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  4. Galper has found the perfect four personalities to travel through this musical labyrinth with. All four have emerged from past histories with jazz legends to bushwack a trail through the never ending expedition into musical exploration and discovery. On Cubist, they have revealed a work of true artistic mastery, and generational significance.

  5. 15/03/2018 · Despite having recorded with names such as John Scofield, Michael and Randy Brecker, Cannonball Adderley, and Lee Konitz, it’s very seldom to see the name of Hal Galper on lists of top-notch jazz pianists. However, he proves people wrong through a bunch of phenomenal albums released in an exciting career spanning fifty years.

  6. by Matt Collar. Jazz pianist, composer, and educator Hal Galper is among the finest post-bop performers, known for his fluid solo performances and work with icons like Chet Baker, Phil Woods, and the Brecker Brothers. An East Coast native, Galper first came to the public's attention playing with Baker 's quartet in the mid-'60s before launching ...