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Jack Kleinsinger presents Highlights in Jazz. The concert was held at the Hunter College Playhouse on Monday, October 15th, 1973 at 8:00 p.m. Jack served as producer and master of ceremonies for the series of concerts. Artists for the concert included Clark Terry, Charles McPherson, Grady Tate, Richard Wyands, George Duvivier, Dizzy Gillespie, John Birks Gillespie, Ray Nance, Ray Willis Nance, Jimmy Owens, and James Robert Owens. Benny Carter was part of the original lineup but was unable to make the gig.

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The scrapbook contains clippings and photographs.
The video interview with Jack Kleinsinger was conducted by Danny Gottlieb in October 2012.

Rights and Access Note

A message of thanks and appreciation to Local 802, American Federation of Musicians, by Professor Danny Gottlieb, Lifetime member of local 802, New York, and currently, local 257, Nashville.
This concert audio collection is made available through the generosity of The American Federation of Musicians, Local 802, New York City, of which Dr. Kleinsinger was an avid supporter. All of the musicians performing on these concerts have been paid through Union Contract, and are protected and will reap the benefits provided by this contract and Union membership.
We encourage ALL musicians to join their local Musician's Union in order to receive all of the benefits that they have earned and so greatly deserve. These concerts are made available for educational and study purposes only. They are not available for copying, sampling or any use without written consent of local 802.

Highlights in Jazz Concert 008 – Clark Terry

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