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Presented by Jack Kleinsinger’s Highlights in Jazz and the Newport Jazz festival, the concert, “Tubby the Tuba Meets a Dixieland Band” was held at NYU Loeb Student Center, Friday, July 2nd, 1976 at 2:00pm. The concert also included a New Orleans jazz parade Conductor: George Kleinsinger. Artists: Pee Wee Erwin, Phil Bodner, Vic Dickenson, Dick Wellstood, Major Holley, Panama Francis, Clark Terry, Bucky Pizzarelli, and Danny Gottlieb.

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The scrapbook contains concert notes, clippings and photographs.

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 029 – Children’s Jazz Concert



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