Mercury News

Jul 22, 2012

“In the jazz world, there’s no shortage of talk about musicians’ individual voices — how this saxophonist or that pianist is instantly recognizable on the basis of a single note or chord.

Classical music isn’t quite as known for such outright individualism, but it’s still there. A good example can be found in clarinetist Anthony McGill, a man with a voice.”

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