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The number of casualties due to terror acts and rioting was quite high, involving people from all walks of life. Although alteration or transformation of jazz by new influences has often been initially criticized as a “ debasement,” Andrew Gilbert argues that jazz has the “ability to absorb and transform influences” from diverse musical styles. Although many saw the commercial as selling out, it is said to have boosted his popularity among a younger audience. The National Endowment for the Arts will honor the 2017 NEA Jazz Masters--Dee Dee Bridgewater, Ira Gitler, Dave Holland, Dick Hyman, and Dr.

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