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Jazz File

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4/4. Russell Davies is joined by arranger/composer/ conductors Barry Forgie and Steve Gray to analyse how Jelly Roll Morton's 1906 King Porter Stomp , originally a piano solo, has survived reinvention for jazz orchestra in the 1920s by Fletcher Henderson and again by Benny Goodman in the 1930s, and was revived twice by Gil Evans - in the late 50s and in 1975. Producer Graham Pass

Contributors

Unknown: Russell Davies
Conductors: Barry Forgie
Conductors: Steve Gray
Unknown: King Porter Stomp
Unknown: Fletcher Henderson
Unknown: Benny Goodman
Unknown: Gil Evans

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