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Louisiana resident pays tribute to Ellis Marsalis

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Grief in Isolation: Woman plays calliope in honor of Ellis Marsalis, New Orleans jazz pianist and teacher who died of pneumonia brought on by the new coronavirus. (April 3)
 
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News video: Jazz Pianist Ellis Marsalis Dies From Coronavirus Complications

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Ellis Marsalis, the jazz pianist and patriarch of a musical family, has died.

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