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Interviewee NameSullivan, Maxine
Interviewer NameHughes, Phil
Date Created1980-07-08
Date Created1980-07-25
Date Created1980-10-16
Subject(s)Jazz musicians, Jazz Singers, Swing (Music), Jazz
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Interviewee NameHumes, Helen
Interviewer NameDance, Helen Oakley
Date Created1981-05-12
Subject(s)Swing (Music), Jazz musicians, Jazz, Jazz Singers
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Interviewee NameWallace, Sippie
Interviewer NameReitz,
Date Created1979-04-14
Date Created1979-04-15
Subject(s)Swing (Music), Jazz musicians, Jazz, Jazz Singers
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Interviewee NameHunter, Alberta
Interviewer NameAlbertson, Chris
Date Created1976-12-17
Date Created1976-12-23
Subject(s)Swing (Music), Jazz musicians, Jazz, Jazz Singers
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DescriptionThe film is silent. At the beginning of the film, there are brief clips of Thelonious Monk performing at a concert. At 1:00, there are clips of the Bud Powell benefit concert at the Salle Wagram. At...
Date Created1950-1994
Subject(s)Jazz, Jazz musicians
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DescriptionThis film has no sound and contains mostly clips of the Bud Powell benefit concert at the Salle Wagram. Donald Byrd (trumpet), Johnny Griffin (tenor saxophone), Art Taylor (drums), Georges Arvanitas...
Date Created1950-1994
Subject(s)Jazz, Jazz musicians
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DescriptionThis film has no sound and contains clips of Thelonious Monk performing on stage, possibly at the Olympia in Paris, France. Monk is on stage with Charlie Rouse (saxophone), Butch Warren (bass), and...
Date Created1950-1994
Subject(s)Jazz, Jazz musicians
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DescriptionThis film is silent and includes clips of Bud Powell's funeral procession in New York City in 1966. There is footage of the Lee Morgan quintet playing on a Jazzmobile and of the hearse carrying...
Date Created1950-1994
Subject(s)Jazz, Jazz musicians
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DescriptionThis film has no sound and contains footage of Bud Powell on vacation in Edenville, a resort town in Normandy, France. In the amateur film, Powell is with Francis Paudras and other friends at a...
Date Created1950-1994
Subject(s)Jazz, Jazz musicians
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DescriptionBud Powell (piano) Jean-Marie Ingrand (bass), and Kenny Clarke (drums) perform "I Want to Be Happy," live at Blue Note in the early 1960s. At 4:10, there is a clip of Powell performing Anthropology ...
Date Created1950-1994
Subject(s)Jazz, Jazz musicians