Saxophonist Harry Allen
From the February, 2018 issue
In the early 1940s a small group of young musicians changed the harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic foundations of jazz in a movement that became known as bebop or simply bop. At the same time a small group of tenor saxophonists who had grown up enthralled by the idiosyncratic stylings of Lester Young (known as Pres, for President) resisted the full call of the new
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