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Music: The discovery of a lifetime

August 18, 2010

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It's one of the great contributions to the history of American jazz -- radio recordings made in the 1930s of programs featuring Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, and others. The Museum of Jazz History in Harlem acquired the secret collection from the son of the original owner -- bringing excitement to millions of jazz fans. (Full article: 271 words)

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