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Henry Mancini In The Studio

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The Private Eye Who Made Cool Jazz His Calling Card

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Ted Nash grew up with Henry Mancini's music: His father and uncle played in the jazz composer's studio orchestras. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Ted Nash Plays Henry Mancini in Concert on JazzSet

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Henry Mancini in Studio on Piano Jazz 3/14/85

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