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Copenhagen, 1965


Written by Victor Schertzinger and published in 1941, “Tangerine” was first heard in the 1942 film “The Fleet's In.” It reached the widest audience, though, when it was covered by singers Bob Eberly and Helen O'Connell with the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra.

Chicago native Leonard Tristano was a renowned jazz improviser and educator did not trust the record companies. Unfortunately that means his visual and audio recordings of his renditions and original works are hard to come by.

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