At the University of Toronto auditions, it's apparently really important that you have a sense of jazz history, etc. This means them asking things like "So, what can you tell me about this song? Cool. So who wrote it? What can you tell me about this person," etc. etc. This is a huge plus for me as it weighs heavily in the interview section, because I think it IS very important and make efforts to study this stuff in addition to just playing it. However, for the sake of being thorough, I was wondering if there are any historical facts about the following that I might need to know? St. Thomas Groovin' High Body and Soul Just for reference, I know bout Trane's reharm of Body and Soul and that before that Hawk had the definitive version before this. I know that St. Thomas is Sonny's most historically important composition, and easily his most popular tune. I know nothing about Groovin' High other than how to play it, and misc. assorted facts about Dizzy.