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International Hashva Orchestra: All’s Well

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While it’s hard to miss the pervasive influence of John Coltrane on Berklee-educated tenorist Mark Turner, the traces of Warne Marsh in his beautiful playing are far more arresting and exciting. Like many of his Berklee classmates, Turner draws from countless jazz traditions, from free jazz to cool jazz, but his work consistently reflects a seamless synthesis of such schools.

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