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Claudio Roditi Solo on “A Night In Tunisia” | Exercise of the Week #54

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For this Exercise of the Week, Bryan Davis presents a transcribed jazz solo by the late, great Claudio Roditi. It is his solo on “A Night In Tunisia” from the 1989 CD “Live At The Royal Festival Hall” by Dizzy Gillespie and the United Nations Orchestra.

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