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Norberto Machline ․․․ He also participated in the rhythm sections of Bill Evans (Eddie Gómez and Marty Morell): Video, Photos

The great jazz pianist Norberto Machline died. The Argentine musician died at the age of 80. In his extensive career he played with international figures such as Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Ray Charles․

The prominent Argentine jazz pianist Norberto Machline, who throughout his extensive career played alongside figures such as Roberto Fats Fernández, Rubén “Gato” Barbieri and Javier Malosetti, died at the age of 80 due to heart failure.

El músico argentino falleció a los 80 años. En su extensa carrera tocó con figuras internacionales como Duke Ellington, Count Basie y Ray Charles (Captura de video)

The musician released five albums in his name, two of them with the trio M3 with Javier Malosetti and Norberto Minichillo, another two with Alejandro Herrera and Pocho Lapouble and another released by the Spanish label “Blue Moon”, which was part of a series of the considered five best Argentine pianists.

Besides. He participated in numerous jazz recordings and sessions and played alongside international figures such as Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Ray Charles, and other musicians such as Eddie “Lockjaw” Davies, Jimmy Cobb, Cootie Williams, Billy Hart, Cat Anderson, Curtis Fuller and Joe Newman.

He also participated in the rhythm sections of Oscar Peterson (Sam Jones and Bob Durham) and Bill Evans (Eddie Gómez and Marty Morell).

Throughout his life he joined different groups with Gustavo Bergalli, Rubén “Gato” Barbieri, Chivo Borraro, Andrés Boiarsky, Roberto Fats Fernández, Javier Malosetti, among others; and he participated in orchestras such as Jorge Anders, Rodolfo Alchourrón, Pocho Lapouble and Oscar Serrano.

Machline, who had turned 80 on September 11, was also for many years part of a quartet with Jorge Negro González, Pocho Lapouble and Marcelo Mayor.

Murió el gran pianista de jazz Norberto Machline

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