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Jazz Restaged

From: Janean Jorgensen
Series: Broadway Matinee - Songs from the Stage & Screen
Length: 59:00

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Music of the Harlem Renaissance has been re-purposed to tell the stories of black Americans and introduce music to a new generation. Read the full description.

Facebook_small Music of the Harlem Renaissance has been re-purposed to tell the stories of black Americans and introduce music to a new generation.

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