Remembering the London jazz pioneers The Southern Syncopated Orchestra

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Remembering the London jazz pioneers The Southern Syncopated Orchestra

They were a band that transformed London's jazz scene and popularised black music. But a tragedy which saw members of the Southern Syncopated Orchestra drown when their ship sank off the cost of Scotland 95 years ago meant their part in the capital's musical history has been largely forgotten - until now...

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