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The 2012 NEA Jazz Masters Awards Concert

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Never Fear Jazz Is Here

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Von Freeman and Ed Petersen in Concert on Toast of the Nation 2010-2011

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Von Freeman's Core Corps, Captured In Germany

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Chicago Sax Man Von Freeman Keeps Playing

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