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SOLD! <br> DAVE BRUBECK Jazz Piano Legend <br> SIGNED 1978 First Day Cover <br> 100th Birthday of Composer George M. Cohan

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Offered here is a first day cover celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of American composer George M. Cohan, signed by legendary jazz pianist Dave Brubeck.

From the All Music Guide:

Dave Brubeck:
Dave Brubeck has long served as proof that creative jazz and popular success can go together. Although critics who had championed him when he was unknown seemed to scorn him when the Dave Brubeck Quartet became a surprise success, in reality Brubeck never watered down or altered his music in order to gain a wide audience. Creative booking (being one of the first groups to play regularly on college campuses) and a bit of luck resulted in great popularity, and Dave Brubeck remains one of the few household names in jazz.


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