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A History of Glasgow Jazz Festival – Alison Eales


Just added to the Live Music Exchange YouTube channel, this 20-minute / 20-image Pecha Kucha presentation by University of Glasgow PhD student Alison Eales gives a lively introduction to to the history of the Glasgow Jazz Festival.

Click here to watch the video on youtube.

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