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Folder 15 Turrentine, Stanley interviewed by Charles E. Austin, November 23, 1997

Turrentine, Stanley, a saxophone player who began performing at a young age, performed in Pittsburgh, around the United States, and in Europe.

[T1S1] Musical family and childhood; playing professionally; learning from musicians; touring with Max Roach’s band; brother Tommy Turrentine’s influence; importance of Musicians’ Club; changes in music; touring; expression through music; New York; Tommy’s support; advice to younger musicians.

[T1S2] Other musicians; changes in music; significance of jazz history; AAJPSP Oral Histories Project.