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A biography of interest. I have no additional information.
Ellis Larkins (May 15, 1923 – September 30, 2002) was an African American jazz pianist, perhaps best known for his two recordings with Ella Fitzgerald, the albums Ella Sings Gershwin and Songs in a Mellow Mood. He was born in Baltimore, Maryland in 1923.
Larkins was the first African American to attend the Peabody Conservatory of Music, a well-known institute in Baltimore. He began his professional playing career in New York City after moving there to attend the Julliard School.
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