Jazz musician Louis Armstrong during performances after the formation of Louis Armstrong All Stars group in the United States.
United States USA Date:1960 Duration:1 min 48 sec Sound:Yes
Jazz musician Louis Armstrong in the United States. Louis Armstrong playing with a band that includes drummer, Cozy Cole, who has his name on his bass drum. Two men playing a trombone and a clarinet. Louis Armstrong playing the trumpet is flanked by jazz trombonist Jack Teagarden and jazz clarinetist Barney Bigard, during a performance after the formation of the group 'Louis Armstrong All Stars'. A large crowd at one of Armstrong's performances. Louis Armstrong performs with his band of musicians on an open stage. A trombonist and a double bassist on either side of Armstrong and a drummer behind him. Louis Armstrong seated in an open car moving along a street waving to the crowd on the sides. Armstrong with his musicians on a stage during another performance. 'Armstrong' written on the backdrop of the stage. Louis Armstrong smiles and shakes hands with the musicians at the end of the performance. The crowd applauding. Armstrong performing with a trombonist and a clarinetist. The crowd applauds. Louis Armstrong and his wife Lil Hardin Armstrong and their daughter at a ceremony. Men playing instruments. Louis Armstrong seated in a chair and speaking. He says that he enjoys working anywhere in the world. Even if the people do not know English they understand his records. The front cover of a book titled 'Salute to Satch'.
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