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Jazz Team (due here) wins applause. New Delhi, Thursday. Approximately 3,500 enthusiastic listeners applauded the first performance here this week of Dave Brubeck's modern jazz quartet. The American jazzmand touring Indian cities, regaled the crowd with rythmic beats of creative jazz and popular numbers. Saxophonist Paul Desmond, contrabass Gene Wright and drummer Joe Morello repeatly were encored after solo interpretations. Music critics of leading newspapers hailed the Brubeck sessions as "inspiring and creative", and called Brubeck "an artist in every sense of the word." Brubeck and his quartet will arrive in Ceylon next Tueday for a four-day engagement at the Green Room. (USIS).

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4-11-1958

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January 2007

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This item is part of the Brubeck Collection, MSS 004.

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