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In this episode, we explore the history and impact of jazz through the lens of Duke Ellington. Jazz, a musical genre known for its improvisation and blending of cultural influences, emerged from the black communities of the Southern United States in the early 20th century. Duke Ellington, a pioneering figure in jazz, rose to prominence with his innovative compositions and arrangements, such as “Take the ‘A’ Train” and “Black, Brown, and Beige.” Despite facing discrimination, Ellington persevered and became one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century. His music celebrated the resilience and creativity of Black communities, leaving behind a legacy that continues to inspire musicians and audiences everywhere.

Join us as we celebrate the enduring impact of Duke Ellington and the rich cultural heritage of jazz on this episode of Culture Kids!

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