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Introduction
"The Growth of Jazz", by Mr. Leigh Henry.

Part I: Jazz Juvenile, The Primitive Expression.
Frank Francis (Baritone)
Two Native African Chants:
Somadi Dirge, with Woodwind, Strings and Drums.
Congo Dance Song, with Wood-bind and Drums.
Lilian Lewis (Mezzo-Soprano)
Two American Negro Spirituals: (With Orchestral Accompaniment.)

Part II: Jazz Adolescent, The Popular Phase
Stuart Vaughan
Two Early Rag-time Tunes:
(With Orchestral Accompaniment.)
Stuart Vaughan
Two Jazz Tunes - Imitation Negro.
"Coal Black Mammy".
"Alabamy Bound".
Sydney Lewis (Pianoforte)
Two Jazz Pieces.
(With Orchestral Accompaniment)

Part III: The Coming-of-Age of Jazz: The Classical Development
Vera McComb Thomas (Pianoforte)
Piano-Jazz Concert Pieces:

Bubble and Squeak or The Witches' Dilemma
A Comic Operetta by Laurance Tanner.
Chorus The Station Choir
The Station Orchestra
Conductor, Warwick Braithwaite

Contributors

Arranged by/Speaker (The Growth of Jazz):
Leigh Henry
Baritone:
Frank Francis
Mezzo-Soprano:
Lilian Lewis
Baritone:
Stuart Vaughan
Pianist:
Sydney Lewis
Pianist:
Vera McComb Thomas
Composer (Bubble and Squeak):
Laurance Tanner
Singers:
The Station Choir
Musicians:
The Station Orchestra
Conductor:
Warwick Braithwaite

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