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Get Up and Dance as You Stream the Music of Thelonious Monk

With the bassist Carlos Henriquez serving as musical director, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra offers 10 Monk tunes — both famous and relatively obscure — in the Afro-Latin style.

Carlos Henriquez playing with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.

Carlos Henriquez playing with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. Frank Stewart



Tuesday, May 24, 2022

01:09:40 pm



Mr. Friedwald writes about music and popular culture for the Wall Street Journal, The New York Sun, the New York Stage Review, Vanity Fair, Playboy magazine, and other publications. The host of the radio show ‘Sing! Sing! Sing!’ on San Diego KSDS on Saturday mornings, he also is the author of 10 books including the award-winning ‘A Biographical Guide To The Great Jazz And Pop Singers,’ ‘Sinatra: The Song Is You,’ ‘Stardust Melodies,’ ‘Tony Bennett: The Good Life,’ ‘Looney Tunes & Merrie Melodies,’ and ‘Jazz Singing.’ He has written more than 600 liner notes for compact discs, received 11 Grammy nominations, and appears frequently on television and in documentaries. He is also a consultant and curator for Apple Music. Current books: ‘The Great Jazz And Pop Vocal Albums’ (Pantheon Books / Random House, November 2017), ‘Sinatra: The Song Is You! - New Revised Edition’ (Chicago Review Press, May 2018), and ‘Straighten Up and Fly Right: The Life and Music of Nat King Cole’ (Oxford University Press, July 2020). He studied elocution with Prof. Henry Higgins and musicology with Prof. Harold Hill.

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