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Au Privave – (Animated)

Charlie Parker

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Read along

Recorded for the Verve label on January 17, 1951.

Charlie Parker was the composer of “Au Privave” a tune with a French title that has no literary definition.

More than likely it is a play on words, the meaning of which only “Bird” knows for certain.

Huge props to Dan Cohen who had the idea and made it happen. (It cannot have been easy.)