Thanks John, Hope you don't mind me over-referencing you, and apologies to RHJ-listers not into historiographical analysis. That said... * John also notesagrahamt2
For what’s it’s worth Rudolph Dunbar is not in fact present. He was provably in Rome on the day the recordings were made and only joined the band later.howardrye
Here is a great unknown female clarinet player playing in the style of Geo. Lewis. If you like 40's and 50's George Lewis you will like this recording. Panamafolke613
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