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John Surman

14 Feb 2018

British saxophonist John Surman last year scooped the Ivor Novello Jazz Award in recognition of his huge contribution to jazz over the last five decades. Part of a richly talented generation to emerge during the 1960s, Surman is revered internationally for his pioneering approach to composition, including the use of electronics, brass ensembles, choirs, string quartets and orchestras. Here he is joined by the accomplished Norwegian pianist, Vigleik Storaas.

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