Jules Levy Jr.  (1889-1924)
Last updated: 17.02.23
According to the Internet source given below, According to the Internet source given below, Jules Levy Jr. was an American trumpeter and cornetist born in New York.
He was the son of pioneer cornetist Jules Levy (1838-1903) from whom he. received his first cornet lessons. Levy Jr. led his own brass quartet recording for Edison, Emerson and Pathé. He was a member of Joseph Samuels's orchestra (also known as the Synco Jazz Band) as a violinist, alto saxophonist & clarinet player making his first jazz & dance band recordings in 1919.
Of ragtime interest is his Sassafras Rag (1905) published by Arnett-Delonais Co., Chicago, Illinois, USA.
He died in New York.
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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 2 works by Jules Levy Jr. (1889-1924). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located.
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Sassafras Rag 1905  wvicon.gif
Spread Yo' Stuff 1921 Paul Crane (co-author)
Al Bernard (words)