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Having achieved international renown, he moved in 1947 to New York City , and played there on 52nd Street with Jack Teagarden and Max Roach . Under the stage name Stan Hasselgard he made his acclaimed recording of Swedish Pastry , and in 1948 he joined Benny Goodman's septet , alongside Wardell Gray , Mary Lou Williams and others. His last recording session occurred on November 18, 1948; on November 23 he was killed in a car crash outside the city of Decatur in Illinois, still only 26. He was buried in the family plot of District Judge John Larson (1883-1962) in Bollnäs churchyard. Larson had become Hasselgård's stepfather when his mother remarried in 1929, six years after she had been widowed.


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