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A Musician of His Time: Remembering Jazz Great David Brubeck

  • Aired: 12/05/2012
  • 05:30
  • Rating: E
Jazz pianist Dave Brubeck, who challenged time-signature conventions and brought jazz to a wide audience, has died at the age of 91. His 1959 album "Time Out" was the first jazz record to sell a million copies. Jeffrey Brown talks to George Wein, founder of the Newport Jazz Festival, about Brubeck's life and musical legacy.
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