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Jazz for Kids

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra & Wynton Marsalis

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1
Baa Baa Black Sheep
00:08:06

Wynton Marsalis, MainArtist - Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra, MainArtist

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2
Old MacDonald
00:05:37

Wynton Marsalis, MainArtist - Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra, MainArtist

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Ma Nà Mah Nà
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Wynton Marsalis, MainArtist - Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra, MainArtist

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Itsy Bitsy Spider
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Wynton Marsalis, MainArtist - Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra, MainArtist

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La Cucaracha
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Wynton Marsalis, MainArtist - Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra, MainArtist

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Wheels on the Bus (feat. Hoda Kotb)
00:09:24

Wynton Marsalis, MainArtist - Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra, MainArtist - Hoda Kotb, FeaturedArtist

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It Ain't Easy Being Green
00:06:01

Wynton Marsalis, MainArtist - Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra, MainArtist

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I Like to Take My Time
00:04:29

Wynton Marsalis, MainArtist - Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra, MainArtist

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Rubber Duckie
00:06:52

Wynton Marsalis, MainArtist - Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra, MainArtist

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Pop Goes the Weasel
00:04:26

Wynton Marsalis, MainArtist - Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra, MainArtist

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