We have known Pippo Barzizza as a cineamateur, a great experimenter of cinema in small gauge film format, but here he is now playing an orchestra. For fun and games, he plays an accordion, between the drums and the wind instruments. All it takes is for these rowdies who have brought jazz to Italy to start playing that the dancing gets wild. One understands then why this overseas novelty, foreign and even Afro-American music, is so popular. In fact, it is 24 September 1931 and the climate is not at all hostile to this wave of jazz of which Pippo Barzizza, as composer and conductor, is the absolute protagonist. And it was precisely from 1931 onwards that his recording activity for the entire decade would be in constant upsurge. So we can say it loud and clear: long live jazz and the music of Pippo!