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Peggy Stern, and Craig Flory / produced by Roberta Penn and Joan Rabinowitz ; hosted by Roberta Penn.

Program Title:
Peggy Stern, and Craig Flory / produced by Roberta Penn and Joan Rabinowitz ; hosted by Roberta Penn.
Series Title:
PRA Archive #: 
SZ0773.02
Description: 

Thirteen part series which examines the work of jazz artists whose music has expanded the boundaries of jazz traditions through the use of new forms, styles, and sounds. Features live recordings from Jack Straw Productions.|PEGGY STERN, and CRAIG FLORY / produced by Roberta Penn and Joan Rabinowitz| hosted by Roberta Penn. - SERIES: Jazz journal| no. 2 Thirteen part series which examines the work of jazz artists whose music has expanded the boundaries of jazz traditions through the use of new forms, styles, and sounds. Features live recordings from Jack Straw Productions. - CONTENT: Peggy Stern combines classical piano training with Latin and Jewish musical forms. She performs with saxaphonist Denney Goodhew, trombonist Julian Priester, trumpeter Ron Cole, bassist Pete Vinikow, and drummer Patty Padden. Next, Craig Flory performs rhythm and clues saxophons, along with trombonist Steve Kirk, bassist Michale Bisio, and drummer Gene Babb. BROADCAST: 1993. RESTRICTED USE.

Peggy Stern combines classical piano training with Latin and Jewish musical forms. She performs with saxophonist Denney Goodhew, trombonist Julian Priester, trumpeter Ron Cole, bassist Pete Vinikow, and drummer Patty Padden. Next, Craig Flory performs rhythm and clues saxophones, along with trombonist Steve Kirk, bassist Michael Bisio, and drummer Gene Babb.

Date Recorded on: 
Date Broadcast on: 
1993.
Item duration: 
1 reels (59 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., stereo.|59:00
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Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1993.
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