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1. Biography of Mary Lou Williams (1910-1981), Musician, Stride Piano pioneer. Biography of Mary Lou Williams (1910-1981), Musician, Stride Piano pioneer. 1999

2. In Memory: Andy Kirk Leaves a Kansas City Legacy In Memory: Andy Kirk Leaves a Kansas City Legacy February, 1993-March, 1993 Obituary for Andy Kirk, legendary big band leader whose band, the Clouds of Joy, arrived in Kansas City in 1929-30 and immediately became rivals of Bennie Moten's band. Kirk died December 11, 1992.

3. Jazz Women at the Keyboard Jazz Women at the Keyboard //1983 Chapters of the book about Midwestern women pianists and keyboard players, mostly in the jazz style. Photos and description of Mary Lou Williams (1910-1981), a black jazz pianist born in Atlanta and coming...

4. Jazz Wouldn't Be the Same Without Her Jazz Wouldn't Be the Same Without Her May 16, 2010 Article reviews the life of Mary Lou Williams (May 8, 1901-1981) and her contribution to jazz on the occasion of her 100th birthday. "Mary Lou Williams was 19 when she played piano on the first recordings...

5. Jazz: Hot and Cool Jazz: Hot and Cool Summer//1976 Description of the jazz scene in Kansas City between 1918 and 1976.

6. Mary Lou Williams Mary Lou Williams Information on Mary Lou Williams (1910-1981), born in Atlanta as Mary Elfrieda Scruggs, a prominent black jazz pianist of Kansas City. Williams came to Kansas City in 1928 as a pioneer woman jazz musician...

7. Mary Lou Williams: Music for Peace Mary Lou Williams: Music for Peace Summer//1985 Photo and biographical article about Mary Lou Williams (1910-1981), a black jazz "pianist-composer-arranger" and "the only major jazz artist who lived and played through all the eras in the history of...

8. Morning Glory: A Biography of Mary Lou Williams Morning Glory: A Biography of Mary Lou Williams 1999 Photos and descriptions of Mary Lou Williams, a prominent black woman jazz pianist and composer in Kansas City during the 1930s, born in Atlanta in about 1910 and memorialized with a street named after...

9. The Kansas City Style of Jazz The Kansas City Style of Jazz 2005 The authors in this book have traced the history and personalities involved in the immergence of the unique style of jazz that originated in the heartland and in particular in Kansas City during the 1920s-1940s....