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April 10, 2008

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Polly-Vous Francais

"Finally Beiderbecke took out a silver cornet. He put it to his lips and blew a phrase. The sound came out like a girl saying 'yes'."

Or maybe a Chorus saying 'yes'...

Brendan Wolfe

The sweetest sound there is, trust me.

Thanks for stopping by, Polly. Hope to see you soon . . .

Polly-Vous Francais

Moi aussi
xxoo to both of you

Brian

Did you ever see the series on Bix in the Crankshaft comics?

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  • The banner image is a detail from Grant Wood’s “Young Corn.” Now owned by the Cedar Rapids (Iowa) Community School District, it was painted in 1931: the same year Bix Beiderbecke died and a year after Wood painted “American Gothic.”

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