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World preimere: Pipes of Peace, Rufus Harley documentary
(Published: August 07, 2007)

World Premiere of the Rufus Harley documentary, "Pipes of Peace," will take place Thursday September 27, 2007 @ the Wildwood By The Sea Film Festival, in North Wildwood, NJ.
Phone contact: 609-SAY-WILD

A independent documentary of the worlds first jazz bagpipe player, Philadelphia musician, Rufus Harley.

Pipes of Peace is a multifaceted intimate portrait of Harley's music, spirit and philosophy... a man who ignores conventional musical genres.

In the history of the jazz landscape, you will find eccentric geniuses who create music to a different drum... and Rufus Harley was such an individual.

Pipes of Peace interweaves a rare intimate interview with Rufus Harley in his home along with insights and memories from family members, friends and many great musicians.

More Information: http://www.pipesofpeacemovie.com

Submitted By: George Manney

Email: gsound@verizon.net

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