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Bill Dixon

Avant-garde composer and musician who was simply from the free of charge jazz motion and played the trumpet, piano, and flugelhorn. He examined visual artwork at Boston School and the Artwork Students Group and later went to the Hartnette Conservatory of Music. He trained in the Music Section at Bennington University in Vermont for pretty much thirty years. He and his family members transferred from Nantucket, Massachusetts, to Harlem when he was seven years of age. He collaborated with Cecil Taylor on Taylor’s 1966 jazz record Conquistador!

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