Cory Weeds: ‘What Is There To Say?’ (Cellar Music)

Violins have been part of jazz since the early New Orleans days. But while string sections and hot violin soloists have been used on jazz recordings since the 1920s, the idea of a soloist joined by strings did not become popular until Charlie Parker’s Bird With Strings recordings of 1949-50. Since then, it has been

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