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S'Wonderful, S'Marvellous


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Jazz musicians have drawn on the riches of George Gershwin 's vast musical legacy for some 75 years, adapting his melodies and harmonies to fuel their own flights of inspiration. In this four-part series,
Geoffrey Smith examines the special character of Gershwin's compositions and investigates their appeal to jazz players and singers, surveying some first-rate performances in the process. This first programme includes records by Ella Fitzgerald , Oscar Peterson ,
Benny Goodman and Jack Teagarden. Producer Derek Drescher
Repeated Friday 11.30pm


Unknown: George Gershwin
Unknown: Geoffrey Smith
Unknown: Ella Fitzgerald
Unknown: Oscar Peterson
Unknown: Benny Goodman
Unknown: Jack Teagarden.
Producer: Derek Drescher

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S'Wonderful, S'Marvellous

BBC Radio 3, 26 September 1998 18.00

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