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Nicole Mitchell

Nicole Mitchell

Jazz flute

From the October, 2005 issue

When people think of the flute, they rarely associate it with jazz music. But there is nothing intrinsically "nonjazz" about any instrument; the main problem with some is their low volume, an issue that was overcome with the general use of amplification. But such problems notwithstanding, the flute was already used in New Orleans ensembles at the beginning of

 
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