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Ella Fitzgerald

Fitzgerald, Ella (1918–96), U.S. jazz singer. She began her career in New York in 1935, singing in Chick Webb's orchestra. After that she toured widely abroad and was internationally known as one of the most original interpreters of jazz.

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