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What A Wonderful World: Jon Batiste live at the 50th Montreux Jazz Festival

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Jon Batiste performs What A Wonderful World, the song first recorded and made famous by trumpet player, singer, composer, and jazz legend Louis Armstrong, at the 50th Montreux Jazz Festival. His piano playing is not to be missed.

Follow this with Hazel Scott playing Black & White on two grand pianos, Oscar Peterson and Count Basie playing Jumpin’ At The Woodside, and Pianist Yuja Wang playing Flight of the Bumblebee.

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