jazz, music, cultural exchange
This is how Leonard Malone, an American writer who lived in Denmark until his death in 1998, described Dexter Gordon's first appearance at Jazzhus Montmartre. "Harold Goldberg had arranged for Dexter to appear at the Montmartre, beginning the first week in October ... On the ninth of October 1962, Dexter finally appeared .. .late. Thin. Very thin. Tall. Very tall. Charismatic...When he finished playing ... the audience was in a state that could best be characterized as a delightful state of shock.Dexter was in town and was burning! From that evening on, Dexter became "' our man in Copenhagen."'
von Eyben, Merete
"The Impact of American Jazz on Denmark: From the 1950s to the 1970s,"
The Bridge: Vol. 27
, Article 11.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol27/iss1/11