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Jubilee Stomp performed by Tuba Skinny

Jazz band Tuba Skinny plays Jubilee Stomp on Royal Street in New Orleans. The live performance was recorded in 2018, 90 years after it was first recorded on vinyl by Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. Enjoy the music and the couple dancing down the street.

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The band: Shaye Cohn on Cornet, Robin Rapuzzi on Washboard, Todd Burdick on Tuba/Sousaphone, Jason Lawrence on Banjo, Max Bien Kahn and Greg Sherman on Guitar, Barnabus Jones on Trombone, and Ewan Bleach on Clarinet.

Next, watch Jazz Fundamentals: What Is Improvisation? What Are the Blues? from Jazz Academy series by Jazz at Lincoln Center.

Plus: Louis Armstrong and Jewel Brown sing ‘When the Saints Go Marching In’.

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