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  1. Handy, W. C.

    • IPA[ˈhandē]


    • ph.
      (1873–1958), US composer and musician; full name William Christopher Handy; known as the Father of the Blues. As a cornetist he led the Mahara Minstrels band 1896–1903. Many of his works, including “St. Louis Blues” and “Memphis Blues,” were multistrain jazz compositions that utilized elements of the blues.