melancholy and majesty that were new to American music,” as Whitney Balliett has written. The duets he played with the renowned pianist Earl Hines , such as the 1928 version of “Weather Bird,” have never https://www.britannica.com/place/United-States/Motion-pictures

melancholy and majesty that were new to American music,” as Whitney Balliett has written. The duets he played with the renowned pianist Earl Hines , such as the 1928 version of “Weather Bird,” have never


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