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February 11 2016 Today in History Newsletter

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Gershwin Debuts ‘Rhapsody in Blue’

The Jazz Age had begun, but in 1924 the music was not considered a serious art form. Meanwhile, classical composers had yet to find a uniquely American sound. Then, on February 12, an octave-surfing clarinet glided into ‘Rhapsody in Blue,’ and it made musical history. And to think Gershwin almost didn’t write it ...
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