Young Man with a Horn Again

Ferguson, Otis
November 1940
New Republic;11/18/40, Vol. 103 Issue 21, p693
Presents an account of the life and times of Iowa-based jazz musician Bix Beiderbecke who died shortly before his twenty-eighth birthday. Sense of harmonic structure inherent in the works of Beiderbecke; Things that worried Beiderbecke; Inspiration drawn by Beiderbecke from Douglas Fairbanks; Information on the book "Jazz Men" which outlines the story of his musical career; Factors which led to his decline as a musician.


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