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Jazz Week: Jazz Saxophonist Stan Getz.

Jazz Saxophonist, Stan Getz. Born in Philadelphia in 1927, Getz got his start playing with Woody Herman's band. He later went on to form his own quartet. He has worked with such greats as Dizzy Gillespie and Lionel Hampton. In the early 1960's, Getz became the first American musician closely identified with the bossa nova movement. He died in 1991. (REBROADCAST FROM 6/14/90)

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Other segments from the episode on December 27, 2000

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, December 27, 2000: Interview with Woody Herman; Interview with Stan Getz; Interview with Anita O'Day; Obituary for Jason Robards.

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