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Archie Shepp Concert

Archie Shepp Concert
Archie Shepp Concert
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Description of the photograph

Archie Shepp Composer, Uzeste Festival 1997 by patricia huchot-boissier. Analogue / Leica. Note: Archie Shepp, born May 24, 1937 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is an American jazz saxophonist. He plays mainly tenor saxophone but also soprano saxophone, clarinet and piano; he is also a singer, jazz composer and playwright.

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patricia huchot-boissier

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Your photograph is printed on a high quality satin photo paper in 250g thickness. Thanks to our high-performance printing systems and a sharpness of up to 1440 dpi, we guarantee you a product worthy of the greatest art galleries. If, despite our expertise and precautions, you notice something wrong with your product, we will send you a new photograph at our expense.

Keywords used by Patricia Huchot-boissier to describe this photograph:

concert, music, jazz, archie shepp, festival, uzeste, 1997, film, leica, new york, free