Teach Me! (The Students of Nadia Boulanger)

Teach Me! (The Students of Nadia Boulanger)

Nadia Boulanger was a legendary French composition teacher with an extraordinary legacy of pupils. Among those passing through her Paris classes during the mid-20th century were neoclassical French composer Jean Françaix, American great Aaron Copland, and even acclaimed producer/arranger Quincy Jones. Boulanger’s genius was helping each of her pupils develop their own individual style, showcased on this wonderful album of original works and arrangements. From Philip Glass’ mesmerizing chamber work “Head On” to Piazzolla’s fizzing tango suite Las Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas and the touching main theme from Quincy Jones’ music for the 1985 movie The Color Purple, the brilliant Boulanger Trio celebrate their namesake’s students in style.

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