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March 3, 2009 There aren't a lot of octets in jazz. But since 1996, a collective ensemble has been developing its own ambitious brand of jazz articulation, often with the late Freddie Hubbard. Here, the New Jazz Composers Octet performs recently commissioned works at WBGO's Newark studios.
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