Burgundy Jazz

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Montreal’s incredible contribution to jazz is explored through the legendary black musicians of Little Burgundy. The neighbourhood was a hub of musical creativity, private clubs and speakeasies from 1920s jazz to the Golden Era in the 1940s and 50s. Oscar Peterson, Oliver Jones, Norman Marshall Villeneuve, the Sealey Brothers, Nelson Symonds and Louis Metcalf are among the greats who lived or played there.

PRODUCTION COMPANY: Radio-Canada

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Awards & Nominations

 

Applied Arts Magazine Interactive Awards

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Banff World Media Festival Rockie Awards

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Boomerang Award

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Canadian Screen Awards

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Digi Awards

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Prix Gémeaux

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