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Clark Terry and Gwen Terry

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780520268463

Published to California Scholarship Online: May 2012

DOI: 10.1525/california/9780520268463.001.0001

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Keep on Keepin' On

Keep on Keepin' On

Chapter:
53. Keep on Keepin' On
Source:
Clark
Author(s):

Gwen Terry

Publisher:
University of California Press
DOI:10.1525/california/9780520268463.003.0053

The death of Duke Ellington, his wife, and troubles with family, were all hard to bear for Clark Terry. Clark stayed with his music, recorded more albums, played more concerts, and did more interviews and in June of 1980, the Clark Terry Great Plains Jazz Camp was founded. It was the first time that Clark did his own jazz camp. In this chapter, Clark describes his experiences with his students during the preparation for the jazz camp. Whenever he could give jazz lessons to students, he did. The rest of the time, he was traveling and gigging. Between gigs in the States, Norman Granz hired Clark for a tour in Japan, and he did a lot of work around Europe. Clark also started playing in different jazz parties. During the same time, Clark faced a lot of health ailments. He had to get a microsurgery done for his back, and his vision became blurry.

Keywords:   death, jazz camp, Clark Terry Great Plains Jazz Camp, jazz lessons, gigging, health ailments

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