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13-year-old Gadi Lehavi duets with saxophonist David Liebman

13-year-old Gadi Lehavi duets with saxophonist David Liebman

Not what your average 13-year-old would bang out on a piano. Harmonically and rhythmically so rich that belies his young age. Jazz saxophonist David Liebman plays Autumn Leaves with 13-year-old jazz prodigy Gadi Lehavi, 2010.

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Guest: Guest (1968 days ago)
Fantastic comment, I agree 100%
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Fantastic comment, I agree 100%
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IID1E4 IID1E4 (1968 days ago)
Obviousely an absolute prodigy.....i still find this hidious. It's just my personal opinion but this is almost a sterotype of jazz and the reason i can't stand it. Most people who love jazz will defend this .....only because they think they are musicaly supirior somehow.
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Obviousely an absolute prodigy.....i still find this hidious. It's just my personal opinion but this is almost a sterotype of jazz and the reason i can't stand it. Most people who love jazz will defend this .....only because they think they are musicaly supirior somehow.
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Guest: NeilH (1968 days ago)
Agree entirely. Nothing to add.
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Agree entirely. Nothing to add.
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Guest: jazz hater (1968 days ago)
sounds like a couple of blind kids farting about in the music room ... utter crap!
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sounds like a couple of blind kids farting about in the music room ... utter crap!
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Guest: NC (1128 days ago)
Latest comment: That's right, kids. Enjoy your Lady Gaga, Metallica and Justin Bieber, and leave jazz to the grown ups.
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Latest comment: That's right, kids. Enjoy your Lady Gaga, Metallica and Justin Bieber, and leave jazz to the grown ups.
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Guest: Dave (1968 days ago)
I was sat outside a samll cafe in a village called Briec in France and the chap who owned the place was from the US, he tried to get us to return later in the evening for a Jazz evening. I commented that I thought it was shite and was merely a made up jumble of notes arranged in a haphazzard way. He disagreed. I made my point further by returning later that evening to find the place empty inside but you couldn't get a seat outside, guess what, you couldn't hear a fecking note outside.
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I was sat outside a samll cafe in a village called Briec in France and the chap who owned the place was from the US, he tried to get us to return later in the evening for a Jazz evening. I commented that I thought it was shite and was merely a made up jumble of notes arranged in a haphazzard way. He disagreed. I made my point further by returning later that evening to find the place empty inside but you couldn't get a seat outside, guess what, you couldn't hear a fecking note outside.
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