Carthage Jazztet - Carthage Poetry Club - Blackness, Black History Month
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The Department of Music presents the Carthage Jazztet with the Carthage Poetry Club in "Blackness, Black History Month" on Wednesday, February 23, 2011. The program includes "Democracy", "Moten's Swing", "The Wise", "Liberty Needs Glasse", "As You Leave Me", "Alabama", and "Come Sunday".
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