Duke Ellington recordings collection


Duke Ellington recordings collection

Recordings of Duke Ellington, American pianist, band leader, andcomposer, collected by Joseph Jeffers Dodge, jazz aficionado, artist, museum director, andHarvard University Class of 1940.

Sound recordings (33 linear feet) and accompanying materials (1 box).


SNAC Resource ID: 6386006

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Marsalis, Ellis

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Brubeck, Dave

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Parker, Charlie, 1920-1955

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Tatum, Art, 1909-1956

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Woods, Phil

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Shearing, George

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Hines, Earl, 1903-1983

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Bryant, Marie, 1917-1978

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Marie Bryant (November 6, 1917 – May 23, 1978) was a versatile and vivacious African American dancer and singer, who worked with such jazz luminaries as Duke Ellington and Lester Young. She also became a force behind-the-scenes in Hollywood as a dance teacher and movement coach, as well as a choreographer and dance director for a wide variety of entertainers working in nightclubs, film, and television. Bryant was born in Meridian, Mississippi, but moved with her family as a child to New Orlea...

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Norvo, Red

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Monroe, Vaughn, 1911-1973

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Rich, Buddy, 1917-1987

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Ronstadt, Linda

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Jenkins, Gordon

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Corea, Chick

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Grofé, Ferde, 1892-1972

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Oliver, Sy, 1910-1988

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Ellington, Duke, 1899-1974

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Duke Ellington (b. Edward Kennedy Ellington, April 29, 1899, Washington, DC–d. May 24, 1974, New York, NY) was a composer, pianist, and jazz orchestra leader. He began piano lessons at 7 and wrote his first composition, "Soda Fountain Rag", in 1914. Ellington became a more serious piano student as a teenager after hearing poolroom pianists in Washington, DC. Ellington moved to Harlem, ultimately becoming part of the Harlem Renaissance in the early 1920s. He began a regular booking at the Cott...

Blakey, Art, 1919-1990

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Peterson, Oscar, 1925-2007

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Wilson, Teddy, 1912-1986

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Vaughan, Sarah, 1924-1990

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Horne, Lena.

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Singer, actress, performer of stage, films and television. Lena Horne was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1917 and began her professional career in 1934 as a chorus girl at the Cotton Club in Harlem, New York. In 1935 her career as a singer was launched with the Noble Sissle and later, the Charlie Barnet bands. She toured extensively in the United States and Europe. In the 1940s she appeared at New York's Cafe Society Downtown and from there went to Hollywood where she became the firs...

Armstrong, Louis, 1901-1971

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Herman, Woody, 1913-1987

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Giuffre, Jimmy

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Riddle, Nelson

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Nelson Riddle was one of America's most prolific composer/arrangers of the post-World War II period. His credits include success with television, radio, film, and records. He worked with many of the popular icons in American culture including Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee, and Dean Martin. From the description of Papers of Nelson Riddle, 1900-1995 (bulk 1945-1985). (University of Arizona). WorldCat record id: 57457251 ...

Goodman, Benny, 1909-1986

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Brown, Les, 1912-2001

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Beneke, Tex

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Dorsey, Tommy, 1905-1956

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Krupa, Gene, 1909-1973

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Ojeda, Bob

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Betts, Harry

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Sims, Zoot

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Knepper, Jimmy, 1927-2003

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Donahue, Sam

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Ahern, Bob

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Lewis, Mel, 1929-1990

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Holman, Bill

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Shank, Bud

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Winding, Kai

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Candoli, Conte, 1927-2001

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Getz, Stan, 1927-1991

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Pepper, Art, 1925-1982

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Connor, Chris

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Christy, June

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O'Day, Anita, 1919-2006

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Biographical Note Anita Belle Colton was born on October 18, 1919 in Kansas City, Missouri. Colton left home at age 12 and assumed the stage surname "O'Day" while employed as a walkathon and dance marathon contestant. She began singing professionally at age 19 in taverns around Chicago and earned a reputation for her improvisatory skills and unique vocal qualities. In 1941, O'Day joined the Gene Krupa Orchestra and became an overnight sensati...

Cole, Nat King, 1919-1965

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Mulligan, Gerry

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Biographical Note 1927, Apr. 6 Born, Gerald Joseph Mulligan, Queens, New York 1934 Began studying piano and clarinet 1941 Mulligan family moved to Reading, Pennsylvania Studied saxophone and clarinet with Sammy Cor...

Safranski, Eddie, 1918-1974

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Kenton, Stan, 1911-1979

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Stanley Newcomb Kenton was born on December 15, 1911 in Wichita, Kansas. His family lived in California and Colorado before permanently settling in Bell, California, in the Los Angeles area. Kenton's musical career began in his teens, and made his first recordings with Gus Arnheim in 1937, joining Vido Musso's band in 1938, and organizing a rehearsal band which evolved into his own orchestra. From the 1940s onward, the Kenton band was the site of intersection between jazz, popular music, and ex...

Mancini, Henry

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Mancini was born on Apr. 16, 1924, in Cleveland, OH; attended Carnegie Tech Music School and Juillard Graduate School; began career after military service in WWII as a pianist with dance bands; studied privately in Los Angeles with Krenek, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, and Sendrey; staff composer for Universal Pictures, 1952-58; demonstrated his skills as a music arranger and songwriter with The Glenn Miller story (1954), which earned him the first of many Academy Award nominations; subsequently composed...

Schifrin, Lalo

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Lalo Schifrin (b. 1932) was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He had established himself as the leader of one of South America's top jazz bands when he was offered the post of pianist for Dizzy Gillespie's band. In 1963, he was hired by MGM studios as a composer, where he wrote the score for "The Cincinnati Kid." Later he composed television themes, such as "Mission Impossible," and "Mannix," and film scores for "Cool Hand Luke," "Bullit," "Dirty Harry," and "The Hellstrom Chronicle." ...

Hodges, John Cornelius ("The Rabbit"), 1907-1970

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Davis, Miles, 1926-1991

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Miles Dewey Davis III (May 26, 1926 – September 28, 1991) was an American jazz trumpeter, bandleader, and composer. He is among the most influential and acclaimed figures in the history of jazz and 20th-century music. Davis adopted a variety of musical directions in a five-decade career that kept him at the forefront of many major stylistic developments in jazz. Born in Alton, Illinois, and raised in East St. Louis, Davis left to study at the Juilliard School in New York City, before dropping...

Burns, Ralph, 1922-2001

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Ralph Burns (born June 29, 1922 Newton, Mass. - died Nov. 29, 2001, Los Angeles, Calif.) was an American jazz pianist, composer, and arranger. He studied at the New England Conservatory in 1938-1939 where, in his own words, he learned about jazz by transcribing arrangements from records. Burns also worked in the big band led by Charlie Barnet, who recorded his piece "The Moose" in 1943. Later in 1943 he joined Woody Herman, and played an important role in the band's rhythm section from December ...

Macero, Teo, 1925-2008

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Teo (Attilio Joseph) Macero (b Glen Falls, NY, 30 Oct. 1925) was a composer and saxophonist from a young age. He entered the Juilliard School in 1948, where he studied composition with Henry Brant, and graduated with a BS and an MS in 1953; he also won the BMI Student Composer's Award. Macero co-founded the Jazz Composers' Workshop with Charles Mingus the same year and performed and recorded with Mingus through 1956. He also worked with the vibraphonist Teddy Charles and recorded t...

Waters, Ethel, 1896-1977

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Ethel Waters (born October 31, 1896, Chester, Pennsylvania–d. September 1, 1977, Chatsworth, California) was a musician and actress. She got her start in the 1920s in Baltimore, Maryland and also toured on the black vaudeville circuit. She began her singing career in Atlanta and then Harlem in the 1920s. She starred in many films and was the second African American to be nominated for an Academy Award. She was the first African-American to star on her own television show and the first African-Am...

Gillespie, Dizzy, 1917-1993

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Dizzy Gillespie (born John Birks Gillespie, October 21, 1917, Cheraw, South Carolina - January 6, 1993 Englewood, New Jersey) was an American jazz trumpeter, bandleader, composer, and singer. He joined his first professional band in 1935. In the 1940s Gillespie became a major figure in the development of bebop and modern jazz....

King, B. B., 1925-2015

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B.B. King was born Riley B. King Sept. 16, 1925 in Itta Bena, MS. He got the nickname "Beale Street Blues Boy", later shortened to "Blues Boy", and finally to B.B. while working as a disc jokey. In the late 1940s and early 1950s, King was a part of the blues scene on Beale Street and by the 1950s he became one of the most important names in R&B music. He died May 14, 2015 in Las Vegas, NV....

Fowkles, Charlie

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Pruitt, Carl

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Daniels, Jim

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Safranksi, Eddie

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Minor, Can

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American composers orchestra

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Since its founding in 1977, the American Composers Orchestra has devoted itself exclusively to American orchestral repertoire of the 20th century. Dennis Russell Davies is its principal conductor. From the description of Programs, 1977-1986. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122533922 From the guide to the Programs, 1977-1986, (The New York Public Library. Music Division.) Francis Burritt Thorne Jr. was born June 23, 1922 in Bay Shore, New ...

Catlett, Sid

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Ellfeldt, William

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Poppi Studios

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Casey, Al

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WOR Longacre Theatre

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Jones, Champ

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Smith, Hammond

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Taylor, Dave

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Hyde, Dick

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Stewart, Rex

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Merenguito, Andres

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Herbie Jones (?)

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Griffith, Rollins

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Chicago's Opera House

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Love, Preston

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Rousselet, Richard

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Pasadena Civic Auditorium

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Darville, John

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Lumia, Guy

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Robertson, Bill, FICS, ACIArb

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Keith, Annette

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Layton, Bernie

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Modernaires (Musical group)

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Baird Auditorium, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution

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Donovan, Bob

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The Public Theater

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Most, Sam

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Gowans, Brad

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Stratford Shakespearean Festival.

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Rollini, Arthur, 1912-1993

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Dan D'Andre

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Edwards, Bass

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Joe Marsala Sextet

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Kitty Kallen

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Don Elliot Studios

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Wells, Dicky, 1907-1985

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Henderson, Rick

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Blue Rhythm Boys

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Fulton, Jack, 1939-

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Fulton is a San Francisco Bay Area artist and photographer. From the description of 2 saunters, summer and winter 1978 : Jack Fulton's book production materials and additional photographs, 1978-1989. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 462708049 ...

Barris, Harry

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Museum of Modern Art

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Singleton, Zutty, 1898-1975

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Radio City.

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Sandke, Jordan

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Helen Forrest

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Haywood, Eddie

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Reinhardt, Django

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Dale, Larry, 1923-2010

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McPartland, Marion

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Todd, Tommy

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Benny Carter med Sonora Swing Band

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Jones, Jerry

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Wieringa, Frans

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Callender, Red

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Jerome, Jerry

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The Congress Theatre

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Lake, Oliver, 1942-

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Kirkpatrick, Don

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Chu Berry

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Sturgis, Ted

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Cannady, James

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A&M Studios

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Teague, Thurman

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Benny Goodman & His Orchestra

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Roberts, Howard

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Washington, Fred

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Smith, Stuff

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Jones, Harold

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Harold Jones (1904-1992) was an English author and illustrator of children's books. Jones collaborated with Walter de la Mare to produce This year, next year (1937) and authored and illustrated many books of his own, including The visit to the farm (1939), The enchanted night (1947), Lavender's blue (1954), The childhood of Jesus (1964) and There and back again (1977). From the description of Harold Jones papers, 1937-1958. (University of Oregon Libraries). WorldCat record id: 728250...

Apple, Eddie

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Folus, Mickey

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Gerrard, Ben

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Stamm, Marvin, 1939-

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Moore, Monette

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Burrows, Roy

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Dover, Jayne

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Livingston, Ulysses, 1912-1988

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Yancey, Bill

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Kohon, Harold

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Duke Ellington Orchestra

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Devens, George

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Garrison, Jimmy

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Jones, Eddie

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Marion, Percy

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Jones, Wallace

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Bob Crosby's Bobcats (Musical group)

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Tympany Five

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Ivie Anderson

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Tack, Ernie

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Arturo O'Farrill

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Vance, Dick, 1915-1985

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Spinozza, David

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Davis, Mike

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SEED Studio

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Rae, John, 1944-1988

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Epithet: of the Scottish Farmers Alliance British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000799.0x0000bc Epithet: author and journalist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000757.0x000373 John Rae was born on 30 September 1813 at the Hall of Clestrain in the parish of Orphir on the Orkney Islands, the fourth son of an agent for the ...

Warburton, Robert

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Persson, Åke

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Blanton, Jimmy, -1942

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Cooke, Willie

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Ortega, Tony, 1928-

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Mullins, Eddy

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Francisco, San

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Daly, Bernie

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Midnight String Quartet

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Snyder, Terry

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Camicas, Michel

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Gooding, Sally

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Amaro, Eugene

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Wendell Marshall.

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Gershman, Nat

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Griffin, Gordon

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Saunders, Annette

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Owens, Charles

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Wetzel, Ray, 1924-1951

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Fuller, Jerry (Drummer)

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Persiany, Andre

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Armstrong, Lil

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Cab Calloway

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WOR Studio

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Sanduall, Tom

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Waddilove, Don

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Keene, Kahn

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Watts, Jeff, 1960-....

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Temperley, Joe

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Nicholas, Albert, 1900-1973

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Bolivar, Michael

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Ray, Brown

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Coles, Johnny

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Lynn, Paula

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Willis, Larry

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Raph, Alan

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Johnny Dodds' Black Bottom Stompers

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Roberts, Marcus

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Ben Pollack

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Nuemeister, Edward

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Bunny Berigan

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Radio City Studios

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Cotton Club

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Carmichael, Hoagy, 1899-1981

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Hoagy Carmichael was born in Bloomington, Indiana, November 22, 1899, the son of Howard Clyde and Lida Mary (Robinson) Carmichael. He earned a LLB from Indiana University in 1926, and married Ruth Mary Meinardi on March 14, 1936. He was the composer of many hit songs, namely Stardust (1927), and became the star of both his own radio program (Tonight at Hoagy's) and his own television show (Saturday Night Review). His acting credits include the films To Have and to Have Not, Johnny Angel, Canyon ...

Hot Five.

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Nymand, Hans

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South, Eddie, 1904-1962

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Guarnieri, Johnny, 1917-1985

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Pacheco, Johnny

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Cobb, Jimmy

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Daniels, Eddie

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Oscar Peterson trio

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Mackel, Bill

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Barefooted Dixieland Philharmonics

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Evans, Bill, 1956-

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Haggart, Bob

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Fila, Alec

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Nelson, Steve

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Michael Scott Gregory

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Curry, Ted

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Åberg, Lennart

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Lakey, Claude

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Van Gelder Studios

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Harris, Nat

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RCA Victor's Music Center of the World

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Lovano, Joe

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Earl Hines trio

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Charlie, Harmonica

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Fieldston Ballroom.

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Jones, Charlie, 1930-....

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Corsello, Joe

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Noel, Dick

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Bright, Ronnell, 1930-

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Grammy award winning pianist, arranger, composer, and performer who worked with jazz stars including Sarah Vaughan, Peggy Lee, Count Basie, and Ella Fitzgerald and composed music for television shows such as The Carol Burnett Show and the Jeffersons. From the description of Ronnell Bright papers, 1948-2002. (Denver Public Library). WorldCat record id: 163176516 ...

The Village Vanguard

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Smith, George

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Studio B.

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Alden, Howard

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Al Grey.

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Joe Kennedy

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52nd Street Stompers

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Quentin. Jackson

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Klein, Manny

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Vanguard Studio

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The Woody Herman Orchestra

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Morrell, Marty

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Young, Stirling

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Wells, Henry

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Van, Betty

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Freeman, Bud, 1906-1991

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Bailey, Dave, 1926-

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Payne, Bob

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Kitty Allen

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Crosby, Israel

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Bank, Danny

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Downtown Sound

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Finclair, Barry

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Darr, Jerome

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Minot Studios

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Lowe, Curtis

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Scarazzo, Ed

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Carruthers, Earl

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J. Dough

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Heath, Percy, 1923-2005

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Berry, Chu

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Goldberg, Morris

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Cohn, Al

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Gardner, Devonne

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Benny Carter Quartet

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Clayton, John, Senior

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Rollini, Adrian

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Knil, Ed

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Williams, Pinky

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Gates, Hen

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Leary, Jimmy

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Anderson, Ed

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Atherton, Tim

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Currant, Lester

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Bolden, James.

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Benac, Andres

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Benson, George, 1920-

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Al Walker, drums.

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Louis Armstrong & His Orchestra

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Leo Reisman

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Lucas, Tommy

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Frishberg, Dave

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Liederkranz Hall

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Sera, Joseph

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Ries, Barry

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Havens, Bob

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Wiley, Lee

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Powell, Rudy, 1907-1976

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Jacquet, Illinois

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Dodds, Baby

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Wood, Jimmy

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Sir Roland Hanna

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Merrill, Bob

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Williams, Johnny

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Chubby Kemp

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Markowitz, Marky

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Sidney Bechet Quartet

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Jordan, Clifford

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Boone, Richard

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Thomas, Vaneese

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Berns, Cy

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Wyatt, Bob

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Wild Bill Moore

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Jones, Shrimp

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Fraser, Elwyn

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Cox, Marian

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Williams, Tony

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Bowden, Norman

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Ross Tompkins

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Rosendahl, Claes

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Rathel, Gil

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State Theatre.

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Lay, Ward

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Weed, Buddy

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Dent, Jack

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Kirby, John

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Bernhardt, Warren

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Southern Athletic Club

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Juan Tizol, trombone

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Mel Lewis

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Raney, Jimmy, 1927-1995

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Billy Banks

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Hamilton, Jimmie

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Johns, Kenny

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Spoerri, Bruno

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Zoller, Attila

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Charles, Dennis

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Pitman, Bill

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Lunceford, Jimmie

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Barretto, Ray

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Stevenson, Rudy

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Walters, Abe

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Teagarden, Jack, 1905-1964

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Jazz musician Weldon Leo (Jack) Teagarden (1905-1964) was born in Vernon, Texas, to Charles and Helen Teagarden. Beginning piano lessons at the age of five, Teagarden switched to trombone two years later. After his first professional performance in 1921, Teagarden played with several Texas bands and made his first trip to New York in 1926. A year later he moved to the city and defeated Glenn Miller for the position of first trombone in Ben Pollack’s band. Teagarden made his first re...

Newton, Frankie

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R. Sutton

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Ed Thigpen, drums.

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Bocchicchio, Mike

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Davis, Lloyd

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Slagle, Steve

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Fields, Herbie, 1919-1958

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Art Tatum trio

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Elitch Gardens

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Crawford, Jimmy

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Miley, Bubber, 1903-1932

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Grosz, Marty

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Buckner, Ted, 1913-1976

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Joe Venuti & His Blue Six

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Taylor, Larry

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Empire Hotel

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Amsterdam, Chet

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Pierce, Bill

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Hart, Clyde

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Capp, Frank

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Palmer, Francis

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Pierce, Nat

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Boston pops orchestra

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Bennie Moten's Kansas City orchestra

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Hunt, George

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Barney Bigard's Trio

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Olson, Ralph

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Coleman, Freddy

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Pollikoff, Max

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American violinist and promoter of contemporary music. From the description of Interview conducted by Oliver Daniel, Dec. 7, 1976 [sound recording]. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155862512 A violinist and conductor, Max Pollikoff was born in Newark, N.J., in 1904, and died in New York City in 1984. He organized Music in Our Time, a concert series which ran from 1954 to 1974 at the 92nd St. YMHA, New York. From the guide to the Max Poll...

Porcaro, Joseph

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Brown, Al

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Taylor, Malcom

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Kellaway, Roger

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Mayhew, Bob

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Bowels, Russell

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Manguia, Gilberto

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Farrell, Joe

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Sidney Bechet Trio

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Clarke, George

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Harris, Doug

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Payne, Sonny, 1926-1979

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Wellman Braud, bass

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Hartman, Lenni

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Satterwhite, Collen

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Bloom, Mickey

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Aarons, Al, 1932-

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Mihelich, Ed

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Hakim, Sadik

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Botnick, Norman

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Hayes, Edgar, 1904-1979

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Kenneth Allan Berger

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Colucci, Tony

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Orloff, Eugene

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Cordelette, Vincent

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Cyrus St-Clair

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McCall, Mary Ann

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˜The œJungle Band

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Clark, Mahlon B., 1923-2007

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Kirkland, Kenny

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Fitzgerald, Ella, 1917-1996

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Ella Fitzgerald (b. April 25, 1917, Newport News, VA–d. June 15, 1996, Beverly Hills, CA) was an American jazz singer often referred to as the First Lady of Song, Queen of Jazz, and Lady Ella. She was noted for her purity of tone, impeccable diction, phrasing and intonation, and a "horn-like" improvisational ability, particularly in her scat singing. After tumultuous teenage years, Fitzgerald found stability in musical success with the Chick Webb Orchestra, performing across the country, but...

Sachs, Aaron (Aaron Jacob)

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Cox, Leon

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Wilson, Gerald, 1918-....

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Slam Stewart

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Buckner, Teddy, 1909-1994

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Regal Theater

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Jones-Smith Inc.

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B. Johnson

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Wanzo, Mel

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Walker, Kirby

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Clyde Hurley

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Thingnes, Frode

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Ames, Marlo

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Brown, Dave, 1955-

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Concord Summer Festival.

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Nash, Kenneth

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Lookofsky, Harry

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Wood, George Scott

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Donaldson, Bobbie

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Royal Flush Orchestra

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Caron, Roger

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George Treadwell's Orchestra.

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Coker, Henry, 1919-1979

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Page, Walter

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Finkelman, Harry

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Gioga, Bob

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Ogilvie, Brian

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Chick Webb

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Rodney, Red

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Gerasimov, Anatole

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Turner, Joe

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McIntyre, Earl

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Irvis, Charlie, approximately 1899-approximately 1939

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Elliott, Lu

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Chittison, Herman, 1909-1967

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Baltimore, Jesse

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Sherwood, Bobby

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Sherwood (1914-1981) was a trumpeter and big-band leader. He was an orchestra conductor for Bing Crosby and Eddie Cantor and did arrangements for Jimmy Dorsey and Artie Shaw. In the 1950s Sherwood appeared regularly in television comedy skits with Milton Berle. From the description of Papers, ca. 1930-ca. 1979. (University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center). WorldCat record id: 32048081 ...

Jud de Naut

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Wilson, Jack

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Swanston, Ed

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Hunter, Lurleen

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Gordon, Harry, 1925 November 9-

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Journalist, sportswriter, author and historian. Combining a career as a war correspondent with sportswriter, Gordon went from reporting on the Korean War in 1950 and 1951, to the Helsinki Olympic Games in 1952, to the Rome Olympics in 1960. He helped plan for the 1956 Melbourne Olympics, the 1982 Commonwealth Games in Brisbane and the Sydney 2000 Olympic torch relay. Gordon was chairman of Australian Associated Press, and served on the Council of the Australian War Memorial, the Australia-China ...

Marrow, Esther

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Simmons, John

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Crayton, Peewee

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Haden, Charlie

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Bassey, Bus

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Divigard, Jala

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Southland Cafe

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Huffine, Charles

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Saunders, John

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Cecil Taylor

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Hibler, Al

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Ferrie, Joe

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Hafer, Dick, 1937-2003

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Bailey, Adrian

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Bascom, Wilbur

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Rullo, Frank

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Kelly, Wynton

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Ernie Shepard (?)

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Appleton, Joe

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Chick Bullock

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RCA Studio B

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Armstrong, Lil Hardin, 1898-1971

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Mitchell, Thomas

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Brown, Preston

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Paris String Quartet

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Blake, John

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Bowen, Ted

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Steel Pier

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Benskin, Sammy

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Goodman, Harry

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Bob Crosby

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Davis, Edwin

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Lake Inn

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Johnny Dodds' Orchestra

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Eldridge, Jean

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Ward, Helen

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Carver, Wayman Alexander, 1905-1967

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Wayman Carver, a graduate of the class of 1929, is among the most notable alumni of Clark College (now Clark Atlanta University). Carver was an outstanding student and assisted with instruction and band direction. A highlight of his school performances was playing flute during the recital of the world renown soprano Madame Lillian Evanti. He also organized a jazz band, "The Collegians," comprised of local musicians and students from Clark University and Morehouse College. They performed at socia...

Labarbera, Joe

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Drummond, Ray

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Sudhalter, Richard M.

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Coryell, Larry

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Geo. Masso

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S. Ballard

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Green, Benny

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Eckert, John

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Adams, Pepper, 1930-1986

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Giménez Sales, Miguel

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Tarto, Joe

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Feather, Leonard

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Composer, producer, pianist, and jazz journalist Leonard Geoffrey Feather was born in London, UK, on September 13, 1914. In the 1930s, he arranged, composed, and produced jazz sessions, and began to write about jazz for print media. He moved to New York City in 1935 and worked with Louis Armstrong, Dizzy Gillespie, and Duke Ellington, establishing his reputation in various fields of jazz. He wrote for famous jazz journals and various books on jazz, and was particularly influential in promoting B...

Minerve, Geezil

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Mustafa, Melton

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Davern, Ken

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Shavers, Charlie, 1917-1971

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Berman, Sonny, 1925-1947

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Bechet-Spanier Big Four

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Johnson, Sy

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Quinichette, Paul

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Stahl, Dave

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Caceres, Ernie

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Comfort, Joe, 1917-1988

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Chick Webb's Savoy Orchestra

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Lester Young

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National Recording Studio

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Cottrell, Louis

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Stage Howard Theatre.

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Pignitore, Mike

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J. Sosamund Johnson

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Glover, Jimmy

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Williams, Alonzo

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Powell, Frank

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Green, Herman

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Jones, Claude

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Gil Evans' Orchestra

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Carney, John, 1948-

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Noble Sissle's Swingsters

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Oldham, Norma

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Glamann, Betty

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Club Zanzibar

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Miles, Butch, 1944-

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Crumbley, Elmer

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Harold Ashby

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Smith, Dalton

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Trifficante, Mike

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Sonny Stitt-Sal Salvador Quintet

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Jefferson, Maceo

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Spivak, Lenny

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Smith, Jimmie

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Atlantic Recording Studios

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Bradley, Oscar

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Sir Charles Thompson

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Jackson, Quintin

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National Recording Studios

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The Rhythm Boys

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Sinatra, Frank

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The son of italian immigrants, Frank Sinatra began singing and doing impersonations in school which led to his future career as singer with the Hoboken Four in 1935. The quartet broke up in 1936 and Frank started working his way through the music industry until he finally got his big break in 1940. He would become one of Hollywood's leading men for the next two decades and a constant music hall draw after that until very close to the day he died in 1998. (Adapted from the Official Sinatra Family...

Glow, Bernie

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Fulton Studios

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Oliver, King, 1885-1938

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Best, John

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RCA Recording Studios

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Lynch, Willie

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Erwin, Pee Wee, 1913-1981

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Budwig, Monty

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Billy Butterfield

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RCA Victor-Studio 3

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Al Sears

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RCA Victor Studio No. 1

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Lloyd, Charles, 1938-....

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Tyner, Mccoy

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Phenomenal jazz pianist McCoy Tyner was born December 11, 1938, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, of parents with roots in North Carolina. Tyner attended Martha Washington Grade School and Sulzberger Jr. High School. Tyner, with the encouragement of his teacher Ms. Addison and his mother, Beatrice Stephenson Tyner, began taking beginning piano lessons from a neighbor, Mr. Habershaw. Later, a Mr. Beroni taught Tyner classical piano. Although inspired by the music of Art Tatum and Thelonius Monk, it ...

Mattison, Bill

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Konitz, Lee

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Mahoney, Sean.

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Stapleton, Bill

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Collier, Ralph

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Claude Jones

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Nance, Ran

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Edison, Harry, 1915-1999

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Wibur De Paris

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Newport International Jazz Band

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Haymes, Dick

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Martin, Dave

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Richmond, Barney

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Perry, Ermit

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Goodwin, Doodie

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Klatka, Tony

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Barnes, John, active 1600-1621

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Galbraith, Barry

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Sikora, Ray

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Marsh, George, 1935-

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Lea, Barbara

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Ekstrand, Ray

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Brown, Marshall

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J. Stacey

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Williams, Francis

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Dickenson, Vick

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Henry, Heywood

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Smith, Willy.

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Matthewson, Ron

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Glenn, Dave

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Harold Baker

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Holiday, Billy

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The Jazz Piano Workshop of the Pittsburg Jazz Festival

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Smith, Eddie

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Biographical/Historical Note United States Peace Corps worker in Ghana, 1963-1964. From the guide to the Eddie Smith diary extracts, 1963-1964, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Williams, Elmer

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Elmer Williams was a locomotive engineer with the Alaska Railroad from 1946 to 1951. He was married and had a daughter named Phyllis. Williams and his wife lived in Anchorage during the time he worked for the railroad. From the description of Photograph album, 1939-1956 1946-1951. (UAA/APU Consortium Library). WorldCat record id: 60398056 ...

Wiggin, Gerry

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Leon La Fell

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Bascomb, Wilbur

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Banks, Danny.

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Stuff Smith

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Busse, Henry, 1894-1955

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Doris Day

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Schols, Jacques

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Bowlly, Al

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Hughes, Bill

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No information known/available at time of compilation. From the guide to the Bill Hughes, 1911-1917, (Swansea University) ...

Lederer, Steve

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Johnson, Edward

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Moody, James, 1925-2010

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Wein, George

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A & R Studios

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Randolph, Zilmer

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Morris Stoloff

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Bert, Edward

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Stoller, Alvin

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Brecker, Randy

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Hemphill, Julius, 1938-1995

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Hemphill was born in Fort Worth, Texas, and attended I.M. Terrell High School (as did Ornette Coleman). He studied the clarinet with John Carter, another I.M. Terrell alumnus, before learning saxophone. Gerry Mulligan was an early influence. Hemphill joined the United States Army in 1964, and served for several years, and later performed with Ike Turner for a brief period. In 1968, Hemphill moved to St. Louis, Missouri, and co-founded the Black Artists' Group (BAG), a multidisciplinary arts coll...

Baird, Taswell

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Bristol, Florence

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Froba, Frankie

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Duran, Eddie

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Darling, Wayne

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Rex Stewart & His 52nd St. Stompers

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Linsday, John

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Sedlar, James

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Scott, Shirley

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G. Griffin

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Johnson, Lonnie, 1952-....

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Gary, Louis

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McRae, Teddy, 1908-1999

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Theodore "Teddy" McRae (1908-1999), nicknamed "Mr. Bear", was a tenor saxophone player, arranger, and composer. He worked with numerous bandleaders througout his career, including Chick Webb, Charlie Johnson, Elmer Snowden, Stuff Smith, Lil Armstrong, Benny Morton, Artie Shaw, and Louis Armstrong. He composed two successful tunes, "Back Bay Shuffle" (1938) and "Traffic Jam" (1939). In the late 1950s, McRae formed Enrica Records and the production company Rae-Cox Records with Eddie Wilcox. ...

Byas, Don

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Bass Edwards (?)

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Edward Ellington II

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Schutt, Arthur

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Holmes, C. J. (Charles John), 1868-1936

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Epithet: Admiral British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000703.0x00023a ...

Fraizer, Elvin

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Harris, James

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Cyrille, Andrew Charles, 1939-

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Andrew Charles Cyrille (born November 10, 1939, Brooklyn, New York), American avant-garde jazz drummer. Throughout his career, he has performed both as a leader and a sideman in the bands of Walt Dickerson and Cecil Taylor, among others. AllMusic biographer Chris Kelsey wrote: "Few free-jazz drummers play with a tenth of Cyrille's grace and authority. His energy is unflagging, his power absolute, tempered only by an ever-present sense of propriety."...

Levin, Peter

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Holtzman, John

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Collins, Howard (Guitarist)

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Smith, Wonderful

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Feldman, Victor, 1934-1987

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Al Hibbler.

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Morris, Floyd

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Charles, Teddy

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Davis, Lem

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Pinder, Ed

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Novick, Billy

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Berlin Jazz Festival

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Boozier, Henry

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Johnson, Lennie

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Hibbler, Albert

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Arnheim, Gus

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The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

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McKendrick, Mike

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Mulraney, Bill

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Bullock, Chick

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Fletcher, Milton

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Studios WEEU.

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Battle, Hinton

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Gilmore, John, 1934-

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Oldham, Lloyd

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Mitchell, Austin

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Castle, Boots

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Wilkins, Rick

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J. Dodds

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Collier, Bob

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Maxted, Billy, 1917-2001

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United Recording

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Biggs, Pete.

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Fuller, Walter, 1910-2003

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Cranshaw, Bob

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Jenkins, Les

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Smith, Russell

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Shapiro, Artie, 1916-2003

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Johnson, Manzie

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Marshall, Kaiser

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Bojangles Robinson

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Randell, Charles

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Glenn Miller

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Hobson, Homer

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Williams, Ed

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Hamilton, Chico, 1921-2013

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Abrams, Max

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Max Abrams was a drummer, teacher of drums and author of drum tutors. He kept detailed diaries between 1943 and 1992, which document his performance career and information about his pupils, as well as personal information. He wrote around 50 jazz tutor books From the guide to the Max Abrams Collection, 1920s-1992, (Leeds College of Music) ...

Jenney, Bob

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Williams, Al

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Williams, Joe

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Dunson, Claude

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Lindberg, Nils

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Cathcart, Dick

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Nanton, Tricky Sam, 1904-1946

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Duke Ellington & His Cotton Club Orchestra

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Ballard, Butch, 1917-

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Engle, Charles

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McCall, Steve

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Tilton, Martha

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Moore, Freddie

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Johnson, Budd

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Flemming, Jock

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Pleyel Hall

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Brubeck, Dan

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Larkins, Ellis

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Horn, Paul, -1969

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Trappier, Art, 1910-1975

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Kashian, Paul

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Moore, Michael, 1953-

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Fambrough, Charles

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Cooper, Leroy

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Carroll, Robert

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Cos, Lyle

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Wilson, Quinn, 1908-1978

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Tucker, Mark (Tenor)

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Jack Jenney.

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Hibbler, Al, 1915-2001

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Gillette, Cliff

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2 LPs.

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Jenkins, Lester

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Ray Nance

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Byard, Jaki

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Solot, Evans

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Badini, Richard

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Froeba, Frankie

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Booker, Beryl, 1922-1976

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Jenney, Jack, 1910-1945

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Jack Jenney was a celebrated jazz trombone player during the 1930s and 1940s. He played with a number of celebrated bands including Bing Crosby, Red Norvo, Artie Shaw, and Benny Goodman. He formed his own "Jack Jenney Orchestra" in 1939. From the description of Papers, 1930-1945. (University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center). WorldCat record id: 61280517 ...

Perry, Mario

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Rowles, Jimmie

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Procino, Al

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Miller, Johnny

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Hyman, Dick, 1904-1995

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Dick Hyman, composer and lyricist. Musical conceived by Ralph Allen and Michael Kidd from the book by Allen who also wrote some of the lyrics. Additional material by David Campbell. From the description of Honky tonk nights: typescript, 1983. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122466863 ...

Fred Waring, Jr.

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Byrd, Donald

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Fowlkes, Charlie, 1916-1980

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Lang, Eddie, 1902-1933

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Appleyard, Pete

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Johnson, Honey

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Fishel, Bob

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Hamilton, Jeff

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Minkler, Mark

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Berg, Georg

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Super Sax

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Collins, Cal

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Williams, Mary Lou, 1910-1981

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Jazz pianist, arranger, and composer in Durham (Durham Co.), N.C. Died May 28, 1981. From the description of Terry Sanford [music manuscript] 1979. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 53905922 ...

Pittsburgh Jazz Festival

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Hunt, Frances

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Drinkard, Carl

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Serina, Mickey

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Taylor, Sam, 1970-....

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Alexander, Mousey

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Martin, Adam

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Privin, Bernie

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Reuss, Allan

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Isola, Frank

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Coles, John

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Garrett, Harold

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Dengler, John

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P. J. Benjamin

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Wilson Ernest Myers

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Green, Freddy

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Friedman, Irving

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Klippert, Jim

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Fine Sound

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De Franco, Buddy, 1923-

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Palay, Michael

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Kongsted, Ole, 1943-

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Teddy Wilson trio

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Satterfield, Tom

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Bailey, Buster

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Cowboy, mechanic, handyman, bootlegger, poet; lived in Santa Catalina MMountains northwest of Tucson, Ariz. From the description of Buster Bailey papers, 1927-1981. (Arizona Historical Society, Southern Arizona Division). WorldCat record id: 38438041 ...

Johnson, Jimmy

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Phillips, Sonny

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Powell, Ernie

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Wright, Lamar, 1905-1973

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Gaines, Charlie, 1900-1987

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Jones, Frankie

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Spinney, Bradley

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Barigozzi Studios

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Elliott, George

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Simpkins, Andy

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The Three Peppers

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Pruitt, Charlie

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Mack Shaw (?)

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Goe, Gene

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Johnson, Jimmy

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Ashton, Robert, 1949-

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Woode, Jimmy

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Schaeffer, Jack

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Bailey, Ozzie, 1925-

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Ogermann, Claus, 1930-

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Stephane Grappelli

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Charlie Shavers Quintet

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Jones, Calvin

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Hughes, Ron

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Gee, Mathew

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Newman, Dave

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Dave Newman was a frame worker for the New York Telephone Company and a member of Communications Workers of America (CWA), Local 1101. His clash with the CWA leadership, and especially the administration of local president Ricky Carnivale led to a major legal struggle. In 1975, Newman was elected as a CWA, Local 1101 steward by the workers at 104 Broad Street. Following his criticism of the CWA leadership in his regular column for the rank-and-file publication Broad Stre...

Columbus, Chris

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Williamson, Claude, 1926-

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D. Sharpe

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Williams, Elbert

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Paris, Jackie

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Josie, Marva

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Louis Armstrong and His Hot Four

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Cox, Wally

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Shertzer, Hymie

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Herman "Hymie" Shertzer (1909-1977) played saxophone with the Benny Goodman and Tommy Dorsey bands in the 1930s and 1940s. He was later a staff musician with NBC for many years. From the description of Papers, 1928-1981. (University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center). WorldCat record id: 31967429 ...

All Star Quintette

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Miss Lil Greenwood

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Jordan Hall

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Aless, Tony

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Jefferson, Hilton, 1903-1968

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Minger, Pete

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David Allyn

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Castleman, Jeff

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Coleman Hawkins trio

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Robinson, Eli, 1908-1972

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Kent, Red

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Kunzel, Erich

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Charlie Byrd

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Convin, Bobby

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Leighton, Elaine

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Berton, Vic, 1896-1951

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Thompson, Eli

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Russ Garcia's Orchestra

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Mitchell, Billy

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McRae, Carmen

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Biographical Note Carmen Mercedes McRae was born in Harlem, on April 8, 1920. She studied piano as a child and her parents encouraged her towards classical music. As a teenager, McRae wrote songs and pursued the jazz scene in New York City leading to a friendship with jazz pianist Teddy Wilson and composer Irene Kitchings Wilson. Through their influence, one of McRae’s early songs, "Dream of Life," was recorded by Teddy Wilson’s longtime coll...

Gershman, Paul

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Buffington, Jim, 1922-1981

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Venuto, Joe

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Gordon, Bobbie

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Hayes, Edward, 1924-

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Goff, Gerald

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Seaberg, George

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Sidney de Paris

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Lucky Millinder

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Jean Goldkette

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Gales, Larry

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Crosby, Bob

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New Orleans Jazzclub

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Ellen, Max

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Haughton, Chauncy

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Riley, Herman, 1933-2007

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Shaw, Arvell

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The Hall Johnson Choir.

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Brown, Stumpy

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Adrian Rollini & His Orchestra

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George Van Eps

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Paul Gonsalves

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Percy Faith

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Kennedy, George, 1941-

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Junior Raglin

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Wilson, Dennis

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Davis, Pike

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Davis, Rich, 1926-

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Baretto, Justo

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Odun, Spencer

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Bloom, Kurt

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Hot Seven.

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Abene, Mike

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Ciro's Restaurant

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Dunlop, Frankie

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Pisani, Nick

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Lodwig, Ray

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Johnny Hodges & His Orchestra

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Blue Serenaders

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Apollo Theatre.

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Sollenberger, Jay

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Jones, Dale

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Tabackin, Lew

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Louis Bellson

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Keystone Korner

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Don Elliot Studio

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Jones, Elvin.

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Nola Studios

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Living Strings.

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Cuber, Ronnie

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DeMartino, Frank

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Scott, Tom

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The poet, Tom Scott, was born in Glasgow on 6 June 1918. He was the son of a Clydeside boilermaker. In the Depression years of the 1930s, the family moved from Glasgow to St. Andrews where an uncle of Tom had a stonemason's business. After a brief apprenticeship to a butcher, Tom became an apprentice stonemason. His poetic spirit first manifested itself in his singing voice (described variously as tenor, or bass). During the Second World War, although a pacifist, he contributed to t...

Gonzalves, Paul

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Murphy, Claude

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Reid, Rufus

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Copeland, Keith

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Meyer, Arnved

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Brown, Donald

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Hall, Adelaide

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Rex Steward

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McPartland, Marian

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Meade Lewis

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Gant, Frank (Drummer)

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Grant, Jewel

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Ysaguire, Bob

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J. Jerome

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Teich, Arnold

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Gadd, Steve

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Randolph, Harold

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Truehart, John

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Goldenberg, Morris, 1911-1969

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CBS Recording Studios

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Stoll, Fred

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Parham, Tiny, 1900-1943

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Mitchell, Ray

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Ivie Anderson, vocals.

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Cullen, Bruce

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Curl, Langston

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Pratt, Richard

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Teddy Wilson Octet

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Louis Armstrong & his Savoy Ballroom 5

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Dean, Demas

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Rosengarden, Bobby

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Parlan, Horace

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Lunceford, Jimmy

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Stewart, Slam

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Fess Williams

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Badrena, Manolo

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Trumbauer, Frank

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Northsea Jazz Festival

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Pete Brown Quintet.

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Shu, Eddie, 1918-1986

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Barket, Danny

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Anderson, Wessell

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Hunter, Alberta

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Blues singer Alberta Hunter debuted in Chicago at age fifteen in 1912, toured throughout the world and sang leading roles in Europe and on Broadway. Born in 1895 in Memphis, Tennessee, she appeared in top Chicago nightclubs, including the Dreamland Cafe, where she shared the spotlight with the King Oliver Band. In 1921 Hunter made her first recording on the Black Swan label with her own song, "Down Hearted Blues." She replaced Bessie Smith in the leading role of the musical, "How Co...

Ashby, Irving, 1920-1987

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Cootie Williams & His Rug Cutters

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r. Juans-les-Pins.

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Briggs, Bunny

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Jamal, Amad

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Brown, Pete, 1968-

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Bailey, Pearl

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Nelson, Oliver, 1861-

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Burrowes, Roy

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Barnett, Stanley

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Water, Ethel

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Zanzibar Club

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Zeitlin, Denny

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Hicks, Billy

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Carney, Harwick

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J. Kirby

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Walters, Teddy

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Whitlock, Elmer

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Blackburn, Louis

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Thompson, Leslie

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Feld, Morey, 1915-1971

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Rudy Van Gelders

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Master Sound Studio

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The John Alldis Choir

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Gomez, Eddie

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Ferguson, Alan

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Mackrel, Dennis

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Hall, Ben, -1865

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Moore, Danny

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Dembeck, John, 1914-1993

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Oldham, Bill

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Baker, Sy

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Stevenson, Tommy

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New Orleans Rhythm Kings (1922-1925)

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Meringuito, Andres

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Tiberi, Frank

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Ore, John

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Jimmy Hamilton

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Upchurch, Phil

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S. Manne

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J. J. Wiggins

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Bertaux, Bob

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Boyd, Lenny

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Cathcart, Jim

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The Village Recorder and Cherokee Studios

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Scofield, John.

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Ford, Ricky

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Smith, Warren, M.S.W.

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Porcino, Al

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Feliciano, Jose

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Dixon, Charlie, approximately 1898-1940

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Peplowski, Ken

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WOR Studio #3

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Jenkins, Freddy

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Bodner, Phillip

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The Blue Note

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King David & His Little Jazz

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Haynes, Roy

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Sprenthal, Robert

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Manne, Shelly

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Shelly Manne, born in New York on June 11, 1920 was an influential jazz drummer, composer, recording artist, educator, and bandleader. In the 1940s he performed with Benny Goodman, Stan Kenton, George Shearing, and Charlie Ventura among others. He moved to Los Angeles around 1950 and became important in the "West Coast jazz" movement. He started his own group in 1955. He opened the jazz club Shelly's Manne-hole in 1960, which closed in 1974. In 1980 he toured Japan with other jazz luminaries suc...

Mantler, Michael

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Cotton Club. Orchestra

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Strickland, Cliff

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Yaeger, Harry

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Sampson, Edgar, 1907-1973

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Tristano, Lennie

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Schirrer, Pierre

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Johnakins, Les

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Schmalz, Joe

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Kapp, Jack, 1901-1949

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Jack Kapp, the founder and president of American Decca Records, made American Decca the second largest record company in the U.S. by 1938. Decca innovations during Kapp's years at the helm included the first mass marketed American "original cast recording" (for Oklahoma!) and the "album" package containing notes and promotional information. Decca artists included hugely popular performers such as Bing Crosby, the Boswell Sisters, the Andrews Sisters, the Ink Spots, Ted Lewis, and the Guy Lombard...

Connors, Charles

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Caldwell, Buddy

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Anderson, Ivy

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The Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra

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The Herman McCoy Choir

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Hayes, Louis, 1937-....

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Wiester, Vaughn

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Simon, George T. (George Thomas)

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B. Bailey

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Myers, Bumps

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Crawford, James, 1948-....

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Larsson, Sven, 1928-

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Shorter, Wayne

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Saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter was born on August 25, 1933 in Newark, New Jersey. Shorter played the clarinet at Newark Arts High School, but switched to the saxophone before entering New York University in 1952. After graduating with his B.M.E. degree in 1956, Shorter worked for a short time with composer John Eaton until he was drafted into the U.S. Army for two years.In 1958, Shorter briefly played with Horace Silver, and then joined Maynard Ferguson's big band. The following year, he...

Price, Ruth

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Spanier, Muggsy

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Brannon, Ted

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Roy Eldridge Trio.

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Bivona, Gus

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Cullen, Boyce

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Chu Berry and his Stompy Stevedores

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Andres Merenguito

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Myers, Ernest, 1844-1921

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Drayton, Charles

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Tommy Ladnier

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C.B.S. Studio

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Shane, Mark

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Peters, Brock

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Crumpler, Chester

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Forrest, Helen

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Reeves, Talcott

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Harris, Bennie

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Cat Anderson

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Lewis, Meadel

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Hall, Barrie Lee, 1949-

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Russell, Pee Wee

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Dial, Harry

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Reuss, Alan

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Ascher, Bob

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Eagle Ballroom

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Senior, George

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Williams, Curly

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Porrello, Tom

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Douglass, Bill

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Ventura, Charlie

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Radio Recorders

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Secrest, Andy

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Jersome, Jerry

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Jackson, Cliff

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Universal Pictures Company.

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Wright, Lammar

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Wright, Eugene J. (Eugene Joseph), 1923-

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Eugene Joseph Wright (b. May 29, 1923, Chicago, IL), nicknamed The Senator, is an American jazz bassist, best known for his work as a member of The Dave Brubeck Quartet, in particular on the group's most famous album, Time Out (1959), with pianist Brubeck, drummer Joe Morello and alto saxophonist Paul Desmond....

Plater, Bobby, 1914-1982

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Pied Pipers (Folk music group)

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Poindexter, Pony

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NBC Timex Jazz TV-Show

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Binnings, Paul

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White, Sonny, 1917-1971

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Allan, Jan

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Byren, Bobby

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Sanders, John

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Faith, Percy

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Humphries, Lex

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Stewart, Louis, 1944-

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Mountain Recording Studios

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Clark, Sonny

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Marvin Smith.

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Hayman, Richard

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Bishop, Walter

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Songwriter. From the description of Reminiscences of Walter Bishop : oral history, 1958. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122513111 ...

Greene, Freddie

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Derosa, Richie

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Burge, Gregg

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Horace Henderson

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Svend Asmussen

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Butch Williams, bass

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Fran Warren

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Carroll, Bob

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Mezzrow, Mezz

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Whitton, Don

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Lovett, Leroy, 1919-

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Little Coast Recorders

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Vaughn, Sarah

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Domnérus, Arne

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J. Hamilton

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Bowles, Russell, 1907-1991

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Lucie, Lawrence

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Glenn, Lloyd

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Hughart, Jim

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Walker, Mack

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Allen, Fletcher

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Ellington, Mercedes

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Dancer and choreographer Mercedes Ellington was born on February 9, 1939 in New York City to Ruth Silas Batts and trumpet player and conductor Mercer Ellington, son of renowned composer and bandleader Duke Ellington. Ellington was raised by her maternal grandparents Louise Petgrave Silas and Alfred Silas, who enrolled her in dance and ballet classes at an early age. Ellington received a scholarship to attend The Metropolitan Opera School of Ballet, but decided to enroll at The Julliard School at...

Badini, Gérard, 1931-....

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R. Nance

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Lewin, Max

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Bargy, Roy

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Vasseur, Benny

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Bryan, Mike

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Kelly, Monty

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Brown, Carl, 1944-

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Melillo, Mike

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Claude Hopkins

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Marrero, Ernie

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Drewes, Glenn

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Yank Porter

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Niewood, Gerry

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Peress, Maurice

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Alexander, Charlie, approximately 1904-approximately 1970

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Hanes, Roy

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Graas, John

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Rutherford, Rudy, 1924-1995

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Berigan, Bunny, 1908-1942

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Cecil Mack choir

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King, Oliver

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King was the business manager for the Heard Museum from 1960- From the description of Oliver King Papers, 1960s. (The Heard Museum Library). WorldCat record id: 57341077 ...

Jennings, W. E. (William E.), 1945-

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Wilcox, Ed

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Burns, David

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Bowen, Hill

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Bridges, Henry

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The Great American Music Hall

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The Playhouse

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Joe Manton.

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McGarity, Louis

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Clayton, Steve

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Hartmann, Henrik (Double bassist)

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Bal Masque

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Linn, Ray

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Gersback, William

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Barboza, Phil

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Coast Recorders

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Rozie, Rick

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Stevenson, George

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Rutherford, Elman

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Moffett, Charnett

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Jones, Wardell

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Crump, Jesse

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Dick Haymes

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Bennett, Tony, 1926-

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Anthony Dominick Benedetto (born August 3, 1926), known professionally as Tony Bennett, is an American singer of traditional pop standards, big band, show tunes, and jazz. He is also a painter, having created works under the name Anthony Benedetto that are on permanent public display in several institutions. He is the founder of the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts in Astoria, Queens, New York. Born and raised in Astoria to an Italian-American family, Bennett began singing at an early age. He...

Lewis, Ed

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Ysaguirre, Bob

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Barbour, Dave

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Leopold, Reggie

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Luther, Bill

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Webb, Stanley

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Forbes, Harry

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Eddie Miller

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Dave Curry (?)

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Brothers, Mills

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Gill, Roscoe

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Wilson, Shadow

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Salle Pleyel

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MacDonald, Ralph

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Bernhart, Milt, 1926-2004

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Ross, Arnold

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Elmer Williams

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P. Gonsalves

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Bobby Hackett

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Reilly, Dean

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Davis, Steve, 1957-

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Eldridge, Joe

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Feierman, Jack

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Edmond Hall's All Star Quintet

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Edwards, Henry, 1941-

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Deems, Barrett

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Barrett Deems was born in 1914 in Springfield, IL. Deems, once billed as “the world’s fastest drummer,” began his professional career in the late 1920s and led several Chicago-area bands, including his own Barrett Deams 18-piece Big Band. Deems worked with Joe Venuti, Jimmy Dorsey, Red Norvo, Muggsy Spanier, Jack Teagarden, and Art Hodes. While leading his own band, Chicago’s Brass Rail Club, Deems also collaborated with the Dukes of Dixieland, Joe Kelly’s Gaslight Band,...

Benjamin, Joe

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Hartman, Lenny

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Buster, Bailey

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Byaar, Jackie

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Ladner, Calvin

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Costanzo, Jack, 1922-

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Lanauze, Yvonne

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Walter, Holzhaus

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Walrath, Jack

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Edgar Hayes

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Brown, Vernon

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Botkin, Perry

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Perry Botkin (1907-1973) was a music composer, arranger, pianist, band leader, orchestra conductor, and string instrument musician. His musical career began at age fourteen when he started playing with Harry Frankel, “Singing Sam the Barbasol Man,” in Richmond, Indiana, Botkin’s home town. At the time, Botkin played the bass for the high school band, but Frankel needed a banjo player. Botkin learned to play the banjo, the guitar, ukulele, lute, and several other plectrum (string) in...

Cooper, Fred, 1944-....

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Traugott, Eric

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Hancock, Herbie, 1940-....

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Pianist and composer Herbert Jeffrey "Herbie" Hancock was born on April 12, 1940 in Chicago, Illinois to Winnie Belle and Wayman Edward Hancock. Hancock began to study music at age seven, and performed a Mozart piano concerto with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra by age eleven. He played jazz in high school and double-majored in music and electrical engineering at Grinnell College.In 1960, Hancock was discovered by trumpeter Donald Byrd. After two years of session work with Byrd, as well as Phil W...

Tamiment Playhouse

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The Tamiment Playhouse, located in Bushkill, Pennsylvania, in the Pocono Mountains, was a prominent incubator of and a major creative outlet for theater, dance, film, and television in the mid-twentieth century, particularly for comedy. Actors such as Danny Kaye, Bea Arthur, Imogene Coca, Dick Shawn, and Carol Burnett, directors Max L. Liebman, Herb Ross, and Joe Layton, choreographers and dancers like Jerome Robbins, and Anita Alvarez, and writers Woody Allen and Neil Simon are a small sampling...

Brown, Jesse

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Appleyard, Peter

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Jones-Gretzky, Janet, 1961-

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Inge, Edward, 1906-1988

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The 400 Restaurant

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World's Greatest Jazz Band

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Jarrett, Keith

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Riley, Carlton

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Bascom, Wibur

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Richardson, Rodney

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Humphries, Con

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Schertzer, Hymie

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Fresk, Livio

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Clark, Terry

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Johnson, Howard

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Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra

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Heller, Ben

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Porter, Eugene

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Norris, Al

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Easley, Bill

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Glover, Ed

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The Blue Flames

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Logan, Canny

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400 Restaurant

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Henderson, Jack

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Savoyagers (Musical group)

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Andy Preer

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Keith O'Quinn

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Stewart, Bob, 1946-....

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Schoenberg, Loren

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Castleman, Jerry

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Totman, Lloyd

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Leary, Ford

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Roche, Betty

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The Ramblers

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Ballard, Sterling

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Welch, Elisabeth

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Wiggins, Gerald

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Born May 12, 1922, New York City. From the description of Central Avenue sounds : Gerald Wiggins : oral history transcript / interviewed by Steven L. Isoardi ; completed under the auspices of the Oral History Program, University of California, Los Angeles, 1993. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 214979020 ...

Stuckey, Jack

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Phillips, Filp

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Wild Bill Davison and His Commodores

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Dave Tough

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Sidney Bechet's One-Man Band

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Trummy Young

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Boyd Raeburn

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White, Harry

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Harry White was born in Iowa in 1859, and in 1887 came to Seattle, where he invested in real estate. As a City Council member, he advocated for city ownership of utilities: this became an important issue in the mayoral election of 1890. White, a Republican, was elected to the office of Mayor in August of 1890 and served an abbreviated term until October of that year, when Seattle's first home rule City Charter was adopted. He subsequently was elected under the new Freeholders' Chart...

Sam Woodyard.

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Jack Teagarden

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Miller, Punch, 1894-1971

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Duquesne, Ralph

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Central Connecticut State College Singers

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Christian, Lillie Delk

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Aldegon, Jean

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The Roy Eldridge-Benny Carter Quintet

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Catherine, Philippe

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Donegan, Martin

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Brooks, Percy Mathison

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Waits, Freddie

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Wayland, Hank

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Estren, Joe

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RCA Victor Studio C

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Rowels, Jimmy

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Andresen, Erik, 1941-

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Frink, Laurie

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Adelaida Hall

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Johnson, Birch

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V.S.O.P. the Quintet

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Auld, Georgie, 1919-1990

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Temperly, Joe

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Akiyoshi, Toshiko, 1929-

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Manne, Shelley

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Smith, Charlie

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Ahmed Abdul Malik

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Robinson, Fred

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Williams, Cootie

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Vitale, Bill

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˜The œDukes of Dixieland

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Hall, Barry, 1944-

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Lennie Tristano

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Bank, Banny

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Alvis, Hayes, 1907-1972

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Anderson, Eddie

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Eddie Anderson is a political and social activist. From the description of [Eddie Anderson Collection] 1965-2000 (University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries). WorldCat record id: 436236937 ...

Cutshall, Cutty

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Rhythm Busters.

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Wilbur, Bob

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Koivistoinen, Eero

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Redd, Gene

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Owens, Jimmy, 1943-

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Jelly Roll Morton's Hot Seven

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Long, Avon

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African American actor, singer, and dancer; b. 1910; d. 1984. From the description of Avon Long collection, 1975-1984. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70922567 ...

Barron, Kenny

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Thomas, Blanche

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Weisberg, Tom

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Burrell, Kenny

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Hall, Edmond

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George Stein's Storyville

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Lichtefeld, Michael

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Rudd, Roswell

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Duke, John (Bassist)

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Braud, Wellman

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Durham, Eddie, 1906-1987

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Eddie Durham, one of the most important Swing Era composer-arrangers, was born in San Marcos, Texas, on August 19, 1906. He was the son of Luella Rabb and Joseph Durham, Sr. Eddie and his brothers formed the Durham Brothers Orchestra in the early 1920s. According to Eddie he began as a professional musician at age ten and at eighteen he was with the 101 Ranch Brass Band. In 1926 he joined a jazz group and toured the Southwest before joining the Blue Devils in 1928. He moved to New York in 1934. ...

Berger, David

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David Berger (1920-1966) was a painter, sculptor, and educator in Boston, Massachusetts. Berger was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts, and earned a B.S. in education from the Massachusetts College of Art in 1946. In 1950 he received a master of fine arts degree from Cranbrook Academy of Art. He was a professor of art at Framingham State College from 1946 to 1957, and a professor of painting and illustration at Massachusetts College of Art from 1957 until his death on November 15, 1966...

Neidlinger, Buell

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Williams, Roy

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Brilhart, Arnold

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Coleman Hawkins' Swing Four

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Bill Bojangles Robinson

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Vinnegar, Leroy.

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Taylor, Art

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Winiker, Bo

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Six, Jack

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Veletri, Joe

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Michels, Lloyd

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Lucas, Buddy

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Logan, Dan

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Haworski, Henry

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Chuck Wayne

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Lucerna Hall

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Brown, Bob, 1944-

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Whyte, Duncan

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Grimes, Tiny, -1989

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Perella, Harry

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Cheatham, Doc

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Adolphus Anthony Cheatham, known as Doc Cheatham, was a trumpet player. He was born in Nashville, Tennessee on June 13, 1905 and died on June 2, 1997. From the guide to the Doc Cheatham Papers, 1892, circa 1966-1995, (University of Idaho Library Special Collections and Archives) ...

Civic Opera House

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Hot Lips Page

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Petterutti, Bob

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Mayhew, Nye

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Jackson, Rudy

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Peters, Mike, 1954-

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BillyTaylor (?)

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Price, Tony

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Moore, Anita, 1950-2001

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Myers, Wilson, 1906-1992

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Holtzman, Johnny

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Pastor, Tony

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Whesel, Arthur

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McKibbon, Al

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Hines, Fatha

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Little Jazz Trumpet Ensemble

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Marvin, Frank

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Bentley, Harry

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B. Hacket

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Feldman, Vic

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Moffett, Bill

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Braugham, Charles

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Murray, David

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Norman, Fred

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Fontana, Carol

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Heath, Jimmy

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Slim and Slam

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Cook, Jim

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Swedish Radio

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McCook, Don

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Dale, Joe

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Brillinger, Jeff

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Royal, Marshal, 1912-1995

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Columbia State University

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Murray Mac Eachern

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Clinton Recording.

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Mastren, Carmen

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Cohn, Sonny, 1925-2006

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Wright, Herman

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Gibbs, Terry, 1924-

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Vilain, Emile

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Hayes Alvis

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Goodwin, Bill

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Barney Bigard & His Jazzopators

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Kleintank, Harry

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Jones, Jimmy, 1930-

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Johnson, Doris, 1937-

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Hodges Orchestra

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Jacobson, Jock

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Gilmore, Steve

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Roker, Mickey

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Zottola, Bob

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Seymour Barab, strings

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Johnson, Bunk, 1879-1949

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Miller, Bill, 1955-

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Columbia Studios

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Domicile Club

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Crawford, Bennie

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Wilber, Bob

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Hall, Wilbur.

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Wells, Dicky, 1907-1985

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Stephens, Phil

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Randolph, Zilner

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Scalza, Eddie

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Byers, Billy

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Arnold, Jack, 1916-1992

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Brooks, Avery

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Rudy Van Gelder Studios

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Washington, Albert

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Wilson, Chuck.

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Gilder, Rusty

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ABC Studio 6B

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Regal Theatre.

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Giausseran, Eric

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Druckman, Danny

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Lucas, Al, 1916-1983

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Ford, Larry

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