By Gary Giddins
Updated July 19, 1991 at 04:00 AM EDT

Serenity (Album)

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In 1987, the late giant of the tenor sax revisited Copenhagen, where he had lived during much of the ’50s. He brought a new quartet, including the brilliant pianist Kenny Barron and, obviously inspired by the affectionate welcome, played at the top of his game. Anniversary, from that engagement, was one of the best records of 1990, and Serenity is almost as good. In fact, I think you’d have a rough time coming up with a more exhilarating Getz solo than the one he plays on ”Voyage.” A

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