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Michael Fitzgerald

Don Byas and Buster Harding alongside standards by Victor Herbert and Billy Strayhorn. Carter has consistently supported deserving colleagues who are not well known. In addition to working as a leader, he has participated actively as a guest performer with others. Bibliography L. Birnbaum : “Wynton and Lester Agree… on James Carter,” DB , 61/11 (1994), 34–7 E. Enright : “Deep & Lowdown,” DB , 67/8 (2000), 40–42 N. Chinen : “Big Hat’s Odyssey from D-Town to Lady Day,” JT , 33/10 (2003), 64–70 E. Nemeyer : “Interview: James Carter,” Jazz Improv

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Jennifer Doctor, Judith LeGrove, Paul Banks, Heather Wiebe and Philip Brett

Sept 1937 [orig. a radio feature] — Pacifist March (R. Duncan), chorus 2vv, orch, 1936–7 (1937) — The World of the Spirit (compiled R.E. Roberts), spkrs, S, C, T, B, SATB, orch, 1938 (2000) Aylmer, L. Genn, R. Speaight, Wyss, A. Wood, E. Bebb, V. Harding, BBC Singers and Orchestra, cond. Harvey, BBC, 5 June 1938 [orig. a radio feature] 14 Ballad of Heroes (R. Swingler, W.H. Auden), T/S, chorus, orch, 1939 (vs 1939) W. Widdop, 12 choruses, LSO, cond. Lambert, London, 5 April 1939 42 Saint Nicolas (E