Lee Konitz, Jazz Pioneer and Acoustic Experimentalist Claimed by Covid19 Complications at 92

The Chicago-born, nonagenarian American saxophonist and composer Leon “Lee” Konitz, known most notably for his pioneering playing on Miles Davis’ 1950 Birth of the Cool album, passed away on Thursday night from complications with the Covid-19 virus . . .

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