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REF: p. 122TOP: Coleman Hawkins (1904–1969)22.Later in his career, Louis Armstrong had great success in all of the followinginternational locations EXCEPT:a.Moscowb.Londonc.Parisd.Copenhagene.Accra
REF: p. 123TOP: Satchmo’s World23.Louis Armstrong took a controversial public stand on which civil rights issue?
REF: p. 125TOP: Satchmo’s World: Africa and ArkansasTRUE/FALSE1.Louis Armstrong’s birthdate is July 4, 1900.FALSEREF: p. 108TOP: Louis Armstrong (1901–1971): Early Years
2.Louis Armstrong lived a privileged childhood and was destined for success fromthe day he was born.
REF: p. 108TOP: Louis Armstrong (1901–1971): Early Years3.When Louis Armstrong began performing with King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band,his brilliant trumpet timbre was a revelation to other Chicago musicians.
REF: p. 109TOP: Louis Armstrong (1901–1971): With Oliver and Henderson4.In 1924, Louis Armstrong worked extensively with blues singers such as BessieSmith.
REF: p. 110TOP: Louis Armstrong (1901–1971): With Oliver and Henderson5.Louis Armstrong’s Hot Five and Hot Seven bands played in public with greatfrequency in the late 1920s.
REF: p. 111TOP: Louis Armstrong (1901–1971): The Hot Five and Seven6.“Weather Bird” was an immediate hit for Louis Armstrong and Earl Hines assoon as they recorded it in 1928.
REF: p. 116TOP: Enter Earl Hines (1903–1983)7.By the end of the 1920s, white jazz musicians were scorned and ostracized byblack artists and white audiences.
REF: p. 118TOP: Enter Earl Hines (1903–1983): “Weather Bird”8.Bix Beiderbecke enjoyed a long career as the most famous jazz trumpeter inAmerica.
REF: p. 119TOP: Bix Beiderbecke (1903–1931)9.The solos by Frank Trumbauer and Bix Beiderbecke on “Singin’ the Blues” arebelieved to be the first jazz solos to which lyrics were later added by latermusicians.

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