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tenor saxophones of Budd Johnson, Cecil Scott, Elmer Williams, Dick Wilson 1927-1942

Jan Evensmo

tenor saxophones of Budd Johnson, Cecil Scott, Elmer Williams, Dick Wilson 1927-1942

with a critical assessmentof all their known records and broadcasts

by Jan Evensmo

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Published by Jan Evensmo in Hosle, Hosle .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Johnson, Budd.,
  • Scott, Cecil.,
  • Williams, Elmer.,
  • Wilson, Dick.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by Jan Evensmo.
    SeriesJazz solography series -- vol.7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21023402M

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      Just found a fantastic video of Flying Home, as played in in The Netherlands at the North Sea Jazz Festival during a tenor-battle with Budd Johnson, Dexter Gordon, Illinois Jacquet, Arnett Cobb and Buddy Tate. I was there as a 17 year old non playing jazz lover and it turned me to start playing tenor a few years later. Nicest moment for me is when Dexter starts his solo: he plays a part.   Elvis Presley for Tenor Sax: Instrumental Play-Along Book/CD Pack (Hal Leonard Instrumental Play-Along) Paperback – December 1, by Elvis Presley (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and Reviews: 4.

    A complete book of jazz technique studies and exercises for al! instrumentalists. This text deals with many technique issues jazz musicians encounter in the real world. Eric is one of the hottest saxophonists in the world today. This book gives away al! of Eric's secrets for success. Topics covered in the book . Saxophone with one other instrument, or sax & electronic recording, or and alto & tenor duo (Top of Page). ALIEN LOOP DE LOOPS for sax (Bb soprano or tenor) and electronic recording by Howard J. Buss is a playful fantasy piece designed to appeal to a wide range of audiences. The title refers to both programmatic and technical elements in the work.


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Get this from a library. The tenor saxophones of Budd Johnson, Cecil Scott, Elmer Williams, Dick Wilson, with a critical assessment of all their known records and broadcasts. [Jan Evensmo]. Budd Johnson, a versatile saxophonist and arranger who was a catalytic figure in the movement of jazz from swing to be-bop during the 's and.

American jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, arranger and singer. Brother of jazz trombonist Keg Johnson and grandfather of Hip-Hop artist Prodigy. Born: Decem in Dallas, Texas - Died: Octo in Kansas City, Missouri. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Dick Johnson Plays Alto Sax & Flute & Soprano Sax & Clarinet on Discogs/5(5).

The saxophone remains an iconic instrument in jazz, mastered by many musical geniuses. uDiscover Music celebrates the 50 best jazz saxophonists of all time. There’s no doubt that, if he were. In Gus Buescher left Conn to start his own company, The Buescher Band Instrument Company.

For many years, Buescher saxophones, as well as their other brass and wind instruments, competed well with Conn, Martin, King and Selmer.

Buescher saxophones are. Then, as time went, Scott needed a better tenor, and Kenny Davern sold Scott that BA that is on that 1st record that was posted here. When Davern heard it he freaked, (in a good way) and wanted it But for sure Scott had to be touched by a Arthur.

These guys lie Arthur, or Mickey or Vance Wilson in Philly are what set jazz straight. Tenor saxophone Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young 1st bebop tenor player to be popular "album" Gil Evans. Piano Quintet worked with Cecil Scott Davis "Miles Ahead" Sonny Rollins () Harlem Piano & Alto sax, before tenor sax Monk, Powell, Davis, Brown/Roach quintet joined in Hard bop.

Horace Silver () Marylou Williams (KC pianist. tenor saxophones of Budd Johnson, Cecil Scott, Elmer Williams, Dick Wilson, - Sunday, J AM Remarks On Mans Physical And Intellectual Progress.

Budd Johnson was a talented and valuable jazz musician for many decades, a behind-the-scenes player and writer who uplifted a countless number of sessions from the s into the '80s. Johnson started off playing in Kansas City in the late '20s, including with the bands of Terrence Holder, Jesse Stone, and George E.

Lee. Instruments key: s, Sopranino; S, Soprano; A, Alto; T, Tenor; B, Baritone; b, Bass; c, Contrabass; sc, Subcontrabass (or tubax); Indicators key: X, instrument has been used by person or group; X, instrument has been used by person or group, but much less often than other X-marked instruments; C, person or group uses a C melody saxophone (either as primary instrument, or in addition to the.

Jazz Solography Series Vol. 7; The Tenor Saxophones of Budd Johnson, Cecil Scott, Elmer Williams, Dick Wilson (). With a critical assessment to all their known records and broadcasts. Evensmo, Jan; Hrsg. Jazz saxophonists are musicians who play various types of saxophones (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone etc.) in jazz and its associated subgenres.

The techniques and instrumentation of this type of performance have evolved over the 20th century, influenced by both movements of musicians that became the subgenres and by particularly influential sax players who. Joe Henderson As the hottest young tenor saxophonist during the height of the golden Blue Note era of modern jazz, Joe Henderson recorded for.

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Budd Johnson was a very interesting musician with a long career, his roots back in the twenties but his style modernizing as time went by, giving him a position as an important and professional tenorsax player for more than half-a-century.

Budd Johnson was a talented and valuable jazz musician for many decades, a behind-the-scenes player and writer who uplifted a countless number of sessions from the s into the '80s.

Johnson started off playing in Kansas City in the late '20s, including with the bands of Terrence Holder, Jesse Stone, and George E.

made his recording debut while with Louis Armstrong's big band ( The two most influential saxophone soloists (and stylists) to emerge from the swing era and to effect the new generation of saxophonists _____. Coleman Hawkins and Lester Young Bassists begin to move away from the 2beat stridederived pattern of early "jazz" to a more lyrical and flexible 4beat bass approach as swing evolved.

The saxophone was invented to add a power and projection to military bands that was lacking, mainly in the oboes and bassoons. So when Adolphe Sax assembled his blueprints for a new instrument, he increased the angle of the conical bore of the oboe and bassoon (around. Find Budd Johnson bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - Primarily a saxophonist, he led and arranged for.

United States (USA) ( - ) sheet music MP3 MIDI. Adolphe Sax was born on Nov. 6,in Dinant, Belgium. His father, Charles, was a maker of musical instruments. During his youth, Adolphe studied the clarinet and flute at Brussels Conservatory.

His father's passion for creating musical instruments influenced him greatly and he began plans to improve the tone of the bass he came up with was a single-reed instrument .Free Sheet Music FREE SHEET MUSIC | NEW ADDITIONS | COMPOSERS | INSTRUMENTATIONS | CONTEST | ADVANCED SEARCH | ADD / MEMBER AREA.

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