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Jazz At Accrington Con Club

 Art Farmer
Art Farmer     May 1980

Art Farmer was the epitome of the professional musician. Between each set he stripped his flugelhorn down, cleaned it and lubricated the instrument instead of his own throat, which was more prevalent among his peers. The lovely rich tone of the flugelhorn was especially suited to his range of ballads.

Art Farmer at the Great Day in Harlem site, and
at the Jazz Files site.

photograph derek woodall 1975 - 1996