Title: Gerald Wilson Commercial Recordings and Ephemera,
Date (inclusive): 2002-
Collection number: 2008.02
University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Ethnomusicology Archive
Los Angeles, California 90095-1490
Abstract: Gerald Wilson (1918- ) is a jazz trumpeter, conductor, composer/arranger, and educator. He taught jazz history as an adjunct
assistant professor at UCLA for over 13 years. Wilson is often regarded as one of the most influential artists in modern jazz.
This collection contains Gerald Wilson LP and CD commercial recordings and ephemera such as articles, programs, and periodicals
relating to or about Gerald Wilson. This is an open collection that is periodically updated with new materials.
Language of Material: Collection materials in English (ENG)
Collection is open for research.
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[Identification of item], Gerald Wilson Commercial Recordings and Ephemera, 2008.02, Ethnomusicology Archive, University of
California, Los Angeles.