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For more than 30 years, pianist and composer Joyce DiCamillo has led her own trio, which critics hail as “a compact unit that breathes almost as one.” A dedicated educator, DiCamillo appears in high schools and universities around the country and is a model for women in jazz.
On this episode of Piano Jazz from 2000, she demonstrates her considerable keyboard talents on “If I Should Lose You.” DiCamillo and host Marian McPartland join forces for a rendition of “Falling In Love With Love.”
Originally broadcast in the fall of 2000.
- “If I Should Lose You” (Robin, Rainger)
- “Young And Foolish” (Hague, Horwitt)
- “Dolphin Dance” (Hancock)
- “With You In Mind” (McPartland)
- “Only Trust Your Heart” (Carter, Cahn)
- “Blame It On My Youth” (Levant, Heyman)
- “Love Letters” (Young, Heyman)
- “Falling In Love With Love” (Rodgers, Hart)