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THE PITTSBURGH SOUND
Thoughts by Nelson E. Harrison, Ph.D.
The jazz tradition in Pittsburgh began in the first decade of the 20th century establishing it as one of the earliest caldrons of refinement and influence in the primeval development of its roots.
The musicianly sophistication of black jazz in Pittsburgh surpassed that of any other river city including New Orleans. --- William Howla…
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