Edmond Hall With Clarinet (date unknown)

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Known for his exuberant and rough-edged solos, Edmond Hall had a distinctive, personable and immediately recognizable clarinet sound that conveyed a depth of feeling and expression, even when he was playing in the “Dixieland” idiom.

Linsen to Edmond Hall’s All Star Quintet (1944), here.

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