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Ev·ans

(ev'ănz),
Herbert M., U.S. anatomist and physiologist, 1882-1971. See: Evans blue.

Ev·ans

(ev'ănz),
Robert S., U.S. physician, 1912-1974. See: Evans syndrome.
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One of Mile's talents was his ability to synthesize the salient points of a seemingly unbounded musical space that included Charlie Parker, Max Roach, Gil Evans, Tadd Dameron, Charles Mingus, Sun Ra, Bill Evans, John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, James Brown, Jimi Hendrix, Sly Stone, Prince, Ravel, Debussy, Harry Partch, John Cage, Karlheinz Stockhausen, African sources, technology--it was all the same to him.
Play Gil Evans Mike Gibbs + Twelve IN January last year, Jazzlines, in its previous incarnation as Birmingham Jazz, presented a concert in honour of the 100th anniversary of Gil Evans' birth, and who better to celebrate the great arranger than another great arranger.
Clare Fischer was a major influence on my harmonic concept… He and Bill Evans, and Ravel and Gil Evans, finally.
Though he is primarily known to the masses, if he is known to them at all, as the brother of Tony Levin (bassist for King Crimson and session player extraordinaire, as well as the bassist without whom Peter Gabriel reportedly refuses to tour), keyboardist Pete Levin has actually been a hugely in-demand player himself for over three decades, most notably as a long-term member of the Gil Evans Orchestra; his career has also included sessions and tours with such artists as Paul Simon, Jaco Pastorius, John Scofield, Robbie Robertson, Jimmy Giuffre, and Annie Lennox.
Don worked with the great American band leader Gil Evans and with UK master of jazz piano Stan Tracey.
The second half of the program will feature works by Miley, a young composer who won the International Association for Jazz Education's Gil Evans Fellowship in jazz composition.
Stephanie Stein Crease has accomplished this with her beautifully constructed biography of jazz arranger Gil Evans.
His approach is timeless, whether in the context of Jimmy Smith's organ trio of the '50s, collaborations with Coleman Hawkins and Gil Evans in the '60s or the contemporary jam scene spearheaded by Medeski Martin & Wood.
Sheppard has collaborated with some of the world's best contemporary- styled jazz musicians and his playing has enhanced the output of Steve Swallow, Carla Bley, George Russell and Gil Evans.
Claro que Miles no hubiese logrado su objetivo sin el apoyo indispensable de Iran Ernest Gilmore Green, mejor conocido como Gil Evans (1912-1988).
By 1949 he'd decided to pursue a new musical direction with arranger Gil Evans and players like John Lewis and Gerry Mulligan; thus was born Birth of the Cool (Capitol).
The fall 2000 EMP Innovators Series begins on the eve of Hendrix's birthday with A Magic Science: Celebrating Jimi Hendrix, a live performance at Benaroya Hall featuring Medeski Martin & Wood, The Gil Evans Orchestra (directed by Miles Evans), Vernon Reid, Chris Whitley and others.