Sheila Tracy presents part two of a concert recorded at the Edinburgh International Jazz
Festival, featuring the BBC Big Band, as well as clarinet soloist Ken Peplowski , in a tribute to Benny Goodman.
Last in the series. Jazz educator Kenny Werner is asked about the challenges of learning to playjazz. Pine also talks to saxophonist
Denys Baptiste. Plus preview of November's London Jazz Festival.
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