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Louis Armstrong is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Louis Armstrong books and related discussion.
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- Louis Armstrong House Museum
- The Louis Armstrong House Museum is the world's foremost repository of materials relating to Louis Armstrong.
- My World With Louis Armstrong
- My World With Louis Armstrong. Charles L. Black, Jr.
- THE JAZZ AGE AND CHICAGO LOUIS ARMSTRONG
- LOUIS ARMSTRONG. Among the thousands who answered the call and joined the Great Migration north was a young trumpeter named.
- Education Kit
- Louis Armstrong was one of America's great musical geniuses—equally Louis Armstrong influenced virtually every player and singer who followed him.
- LOUIS ARMSTRONG CLASSROOM
- PRODUCTION CRITICAL MEASUREMENTS SHOULD BE CONFIRMED ON SITE. LOUIS ARMSTRONG CLASSROOM. KEY.
Suggested News Resources
- Louis Armstrong - Chapel Hill, NC (05/04/54)|Bootleg Nation
- Louis Armstrong is an interesting example in terms of jazz snobbery. He started out as just a player - and writer and inventor and genius.
- Traffic at Armstrong International airport up slightly in July
- New Orleans CityBusiness (http://bit.ly/mZR6PA) reported that passenger traffic for the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is up 6.5 percent for the first seven months of the year.
- The Day the Workaday Pros Stole the Open
- By Matthew Futterman Juan Carlos Ferrero serves against Gael Monfils at Louis Armstrong Stadium during their minor classic on Thursday.
- US Open Tennis: The 10 Greatest Matches of All Time
- From Louis Armstrong Stadium to Arthur Ashe Stadium, the show courts at Flushing Meadows have served as stages to high drama. Thrilling baseline exchanges. Aggressive serve and volley.
Suggested Web Resources
- Louis Armstrong House Museum
- Celebrating the life and work of Jazz great Louis Armstrong. Located in Queens, New York City.
- Louis Armstrong - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Louis Armstrong (August 4, 1901 – July 6, 1971), nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American jazz trumpeter and singer from New Orleans, Louisiana.
- Louis Armstrong
- Louis Armstrong biography. A history of Jazz before 1930.
- Louis Armstrong - what a wonderful world - YouTube
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- Louis Armstrong Biography - Biography.com
- Learn about the life of Louis Armstrong at Biography.com. Read Biographies, watch interviews and videos.
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