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  • 1. Olga Tiurina, 751
  • 2.  1913 – 1915 Southern States of the USA New Orleans
  • 3.  The saxophone trumpet Piano Double bass Drums
  • 4.  1920 – New-Orleans-style + Dixieland 1930 – swing jazz = big band jazz 1940 – “bebop” 1970 – jazz fusion
  • 5. Instrumentalists Vocalists Scott Joplin (1868–1917)  Louis Armstrong (1901–71) Charles “Buddy” Bolden (1877–1931) Duke Ellington (1899–1974)  Billie Holiday (1915–59) Louis Armstrong (1901–71)  Ella Fitzgerald (1917–96) Earl Hines (1903–83)  Dinah Washington (1924-63) Fats Waller (1904–43)  Sarah Vaughan (1924–90) Count Basie (1904–84) Stéphane Grappelli (1908–97)  June Christy (1925-1990) Benny Goodman (1909–86)  Nina Simone (1933-2003) Art Tatum (1909–56) Dizzy Gillespie (1917–93) Charlie Parker (1920–55) Charles Mingus (1922–79) Oscar Peterson (1925–2007) Miles Davis (1926–91) John Coltrane (1926–67) Gerry Mulligan (1927-1996) Wynton Marsalis (born 1961)
  • 6.  September 23, 1930 in Albany, Georgia Saint Augustine School of the Blind and Deaf Mother’s Death Traveling around the country with musicians
  • 7.  1950s – gained a big band 1960s – arrested for drug possession 1970s – remained in the shadow 1980s – was in the public eye
  • 8.  1992 – President Bill Clinton awarded the National Medal of Arts Exemplar to modernmusicians