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“Lucky Numbers” February 8, 2008

Posted by Jeff in 1929 through WWII, Dance, Jazz, Movies, Music, Nicholas Brothers, Swing.
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From The Black Network, a 1936 short, fifteen-year-old Harold and twenty-two-year-old Fayard Nicholas perform “Lucky Numbers” by Cliff Hess.


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1. Anonymous - October 23, 2008

I’m really glad you put this up. I’m doing a senior play about Harlem and I am using music from the cotton club as well. There is some Duke Ellington in there, some Cab Calloway, and I wanted to also use some Nicolas Brothers. I am also incorporating dance into the piece, live instruments, and artwork. I fell in love with this song “lucky numbers” but I am finding a hard time finding the sheet music for the musicians to play it out in my play. I am willing to pay for it but I can’t find it online. I looked up Cliff Hess but I dont see much on him. If you come across a site can you please let me know by emailing it to me. Thank you!


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