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  1. Daigal says:
    American jazz trumpet player and singer. Taught the world swing and spread jazz around the world. At the age 21, he raced to Chicago and his idol, King Oliver sent him a telegram to meet and play with him in Chicago. King Oliver and Louis Armstrong, and the band traveled to .
  2. Groll says:
    Aug 13,  · Beispiel für einen Jazz Index zu Louis Armstrong ————————————————-Jazz Index – created on August The following bibliographical information is drawn from periodicals and books present in the archive of the Jazzinstitut Darmstadt.
  3. Mazuru says:
    DON EWELL, piano b. Baltimore, MD 11/14/16 d. Pompano Beach, FL 9/9/ Don Ewell became interested in playing piano at age ten. While learning to play classical music, he became aware of recordings by Earl Hines, Teddy Wilson, Joe Sullivan and other swing era pianists. Ewell also discovered the music of Jelly Roll Morton, Fats Waller, and James P. Johnson.
  4. Vudonos says:
    by Peter Gerler photo by Tom Stewart “Jazz music is to be played sweet, soft, plenty rhythm.” Jelly Roll Morton “Back in the early days we used to play soft and hot,” recalled the New Orleans bassist Pops Foster. “Most of the time it was so quiet you could hear the people’s feet shufflin’ on the floor.” And so it was with the Jack Soref’s progressive gypsy jazz quartet in.
  5. Tezragore says:
    YouTube History of Music: Birth of Modern Jazz 2: Clarinet - Cornet - Flute - Trombone - Trumpet. Chronological discography of early modern jazz horn and reed players who recorded before Musician profiles, first record issues, session dates, composing credits, et al.
  6. Akigor says:
    Exact Audio Copy V beta 2 from April EAC extraction logfile from July , Louis Armstrong / The Complete Louis Armstrong Decca Sessions () Disc 1.
  7. Gazuru says:
    Best of Louis Armstrong: The Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings, The. Mandy, Make up Your Mind. Manhattan / When it's Sleepy Time Down South. Manisero (), El. Many Summers Ago. Margie. Marie. Trumpet Player's Lament (alternate take C), The. Tu mano en la mía The five pennies.

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