House of Glass: Aaron Diehl Interprets the Work of Philip Glass on New Album ‘The Vagabond’

Back in the late ‘60s, it wasn’t unusual for jazz fans to own an album by hypnotic minimalist composer Terry Riley, but, overall, there has not been a lot of crossover between jazz and minimalism. That’s why it’s especially noteworthy that pianist Aaron Diehl has chosen to include a jazz trio version of minimalist Philip

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