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Jazz File

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Dizzy Heights: The Story of Dizzy Gillespie The first in afour-part series on the trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie, presented by Wynton Marsalis. One of the most influential figures in jazz, Gillespie worked in every style from big bands to bop and Afro-Cuban jazz and made important contributions as an educator.
1: Dizzy's early days in New York and Philadelphia and the emergence of be-bop. Featuring contributions from Jimmy Heath , Arturo Sandoval and James Moody. Producer Alex Feldman

Contributors

Presented By: Wynton Marsalis.
Unknown: Jimmy Heath
Unknown: Arturo Sandoval
Unknown: James Moody.
Producer: Alex Feldman

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