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|Named Person:||Wycliffe Gordon|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Wycliffe Gordon; Monk Rowe; Hamilton College Jazz Archive.
|Notes:||Title from disc label.
Transcript of interview available at the Hamilton College Jazz Archive.
|Description:||1 videodisc (56 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
Playing the Arbors March of jazz with Joe Wilder --
Father was a classical musician/Listened to Louis Armstrong and Kool & The Gang/First attempt at improvisation --
Experience with Wynton Marsalis/Importance of waiting to be a bandleader --
Musical influences/Vocal element of the trombone voice --
Vocalization as an aid in improvisation --
Bop era changed musicians' attitudes/Dance element decreased --
Support from older generation of jazz musicians --
Upcoming projects/Inspiration for composing --
Praise for Ken Burns' jazz and its role in jazz appreciation.
|Series Title:||Jazz Archive interview.|
|Responsibility:||interviewed by Monk Rowe, Clearwater Beach, FL, March 17, 2001.|