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Peter Broetzmann plays Ann Arbor, MI

Broetzmann and Lonberg-Holm

Intercontinental bridge

From the February, 2010 issue

European jazz truly came into its own in the 60s, when musicians in the Netherlands, England, and Germany, long inspired by models from the U.S., programmatically sought to develop indigenous forms of expression. The music they created was often volatile, loud, and provocative, as befitting the tumultuous politics and social upheavals of the time. German

 
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