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About Clare Fischer

Clare Fischer is an always interesting pianist who knows how to mix everything from Boogie Woogie to the Avant Garde into a cohesive whole, but he made a bigger name for himself as an arranger. He played a key role in bringing Bossa Nova to the jazz community in the early '60s and worked for Cal Tjader during the peak of his popularity. Fischer's current solo albums show his affinity with everything from Latin Jazz to Hard Bop and his charts for Prince are every bit as good as those that he wrote 35 years ago.

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Listen toClare Fischeron Rhapsody

Clare Fischer is an always interesting pianist who knows how to mix everything from Boogie Woogie to the Avant Garde into a cohesive whole, but he made a bigger name for himself as an arranger. He played a key role in bringing Bossa Nova to the jazz community in the early '60s and worked for Cal Tjader during the peak of his popularity. Fischer's current solo albums show his affinity with everything from Latin Jazz to Hard Bop and his charts for Prince are every bit as good as those that he wrote 35 years ago.

About Clare Fischer

Clare Fischer is an always interesting pianist who knows how to mix everything from Boogie Woogie to the Avant Garde into a cohesive whole, but he made a bigger name for himself as an arranger. He played a key role in bringing Bossa Nova to the jazz community in the early '60s and worked for Cal Tjader during the peak of his popularity. Fischer's current solo albums show his affinity with everything from Latin Jazz to Hard Bop and his charts for Prince are every bit as good as those that he wrote 35 years ago.

About Clare Fischer

Clare Fischer is an always interesting pianist who knows how to mix everything from Boogie Woogie to the Avant Garde into a cohesive whole, but he made a bigger name for himself as an arranger. He played a key role in bringing Bossa Nova to the jazz community in the early '60s and worked for Cal Tjader during the peak of his popularity. Fischer's current solo albums show his affinity with everything from Latin Jazz to Hard Bop and his charts for Prince are every bit as good as those that he wrote 35 years ago.