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So This is Venice
Doc Cook & His
Feat. Freddie Keppard
Recorded in Richmond, Indiana on January 21st 1924 with Doc Cook conductor, Freddie Keppard cornet, Fred Garland trombone, Clifford King clarinet & alto sax, Jerome Don Pasquall tenor sax, Jimmy Bell piano & violin, Stan Wilson banjo, Bill Newton tuba, and Tubby Hall drums.
*"So This is Venice" was composed by Grant Clarke, Edgar Leslie and Harry Warren.
Well known for his muted cornet Freddie Keppard would often use it to produced a laughing effect.
Suspicious by nature he would play with a handkerchief covering his hand so that others would not be able to copy his fingerings.
(This is the finest recorded example of Freddie Keppard's famous muted laughing cornet.)
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