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 John Falter's Jazz Portraits

        Bobby Wilber and Bud Freeman

 
Bobby Wilber
played clarinet and soprano saxophone with Eddie Condon, Bobby Hackett, the World's Greatest Jazz Band, plus his own bands.

In addition to composing, Bud Freeman played tenor saxophone and clarinet. Freeman played with Joe Haymes, Ray Noble, Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, and the World's Greatest Jazz Band and worked as a soloist.

 



Bobby Wilber and Bud Freeman

John Falter
pencil on paper

Donor: John P. Falter Collection
10,645-3576

 



Untitled (Bobby Wilber and Bud Freeman)

John Falter
lithograph, from the "Jazz from Life" series, 1971

Donor: Cliff's Notes, Inc.
10704-21

 


  

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