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Lost tapes: the german recordings 1952-1955

A redhead with striking good looks, hypersensitive and outrageously talented Jutta Hipp quickly became an object of attention in the early 1950s. She got to know all the jazz pioneers of the day: Emil and Albert Mangelsdorff, Joki Freund and above all Hans Koller, whose admiration of Lester Young had a profound influence on her own performance style.

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  • "German recordings, 1952-1955"

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  • "A redhead with striking good looks, hypersensitive and outrageously talented Jutta Hipp quickly became an object of attention in the early 1950s. She got to know all the jazz pioneers of the day: Emil and Albert Mangelsdorff, Joki Freund and above all Hans Koller, whose admiration of Lester Young had a profound influence on her own performance style."@en

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  • "jazz"
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  • "bop"

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  • "Lost tapes the German recordings 1952-1955"
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