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Jazz Legend

Part Two (1970-1987)
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Alfred Publishing Company
Biographical, Documentary, Feature, Genres & Styles - Jazz, Instruction & Study - General, Musical Instruments - Percussion, Music, Video - Non-Fi
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10961735M
ISBN 100769220568
ISBN 139780769220567
OCLC/WorldCa185700847

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Get this from a library. Louis Armstrong: jazz legend. [Terry Collins; Richie Pope] -- "Describes the life of Louis Armstrong, focusing on his rise as a pop-culture icon"--Provided by publisher.

Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong is an American jazz legend. Armstrong was born in in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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He grew up in a rough section of New Orleans, with little to eat and few clothes to wear. As a boy, Armstrong fell in love with jazz music. He decided to be a musician but had no money to buy an instrument. The world lost a beloved legend April 7, when Eugene Louis “Luigi” Faccuito passed away from cancer at age The man labeled by the New York Times as “the father of American jazz dancing” left behind a technique that took the dance world by storm –.

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