Mulgrew Miller at UNO

Mulgrew Miller at Univerity of New Orleans

My friend Wayne McConnell has posted in Facebook group called Remembering Mulgrew Miller a YouTube video of Mulgrew Miller clinic at UNO (University of New Orleans) in April 2013 that was published a few days ago. You can see Mulgrew speaks an plays just a month before he passed away…

The video is almost an hour and a half  and is  I am sure you’ll find it interesting. 

Mulgrew opens his clinic with a solo rendition of Secret Love and closes with his beautiful composition “Farewell to Dogma”.

Yet another great capture of  great master of  Jazz.

Alec is a jazz pianist, composer, arranger and educator from Tel Aviv, IL. He loves performing, writing, teaching and learning music. Alec has built his website on Wordpress two years ago, he likes writing and sharing ideas and useful stuff.

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