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Piano Jazz Shorts

Clark Terry, 1994


Thursday - January 26, 2012

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About This Show

Legendary trumpeter and educator Clark Terry got his jazz education playing with the Basie Band and Duke Ellington’s orchestra. Commanding a wide range of styles and a dazzling technique, Terry went on to become one of the most influential jazz horn players of his generation. On this 1994 session, he joins Marian McPartland for Ellington’s “Come Sunday” and Terry’s most famous tune, “Mumbles.”


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