Masters of American Music: Sarah Vaughan

Subject: Arts
Grade Level: 9-12
Source: Ovation

This documentary recounts the Vaughan’s singing career from her childhood at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church to her debut at the Apollo Theater to her preeminence in the world of jazz through live footage and interviews.

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60-minute runtime; one-year copyright clearance

Feb 7 at 4am ET/PT

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