Joel Frahm on “Eronel”

Joel Frahm has established himself as one of the most important contemporary voices on the saxophone and his artistry is on full display in these three choruses over Thelonious Monk’s “Eronel”. In this week’s analysis section, we take a look at how Joel uses different types of triplet groupings. You can find his full performance with the Leon Parker Quartet here. To purchase the individual track, click here. For more information about Joel’s upcoming performances and discography, click here.

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