A Jazzman Returns to New Orleans to Rebuild Home and Musical Tradition

October 6, 2005

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Donald Harrison, an alto saxophonist who has played with a host of jazz legends including Miles Davis and Art Blakey, fled to Baton Rouge, La., with his family after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans. Now living in a hotel with his family there, Harrison learns to cope with the loss of their home as he attempts to keep alive the music of his hometown.

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