Play the Blues Compact Disc Learn How To Play Blues Trumpet - Simple easy to understand explanation of the Blues along with a musical backgrounds on compact disc. The Play the Blues! CD has six songs (each in a dramatically different style). Each song has 12 choruses! Sep 19, · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Blue Trumpet Blues · Roger Roger Retrospection Vol. 3 the Jazz Files ℗ Smith & Co Released on: Music Publisher: Chappell Music Ltd. This is the album that I own, but I see that there is a version with more tracks. My version has six tracks, the original LP, recorded in with Buck Clayton, Hank Jones, Ray Brown and Mickey Sheen. The music is pretty staight forward stuff: blues and popular songs. Mainstream jazz at its very best/5(7). b)Roy Eldridge (tp), Hank Jones (p), M. Lowe (g), L. Gaskin (b), D. Lamond (dm) The third album (recorded in '59) is the most modern sounding (no, nothing far-out, just a touch of advanced swing and maybe even occasional cool); it's a marvelously arranged "Ruby Braff and his Trumpet" with/5(21). Extended range, scat singing, blues scale, expanded repertory, imporv soloist, swing style. Famous jazz musicians would battle and play concerts. Were made into CDs. Louis Armstrong. 1st great improvising soloist. Bix Beiderbecke. First white jazz star, a trumpet player, who learned jazz from recordings. Roy Eldridge. Trumpet, helped. ii) Originally from Cheraw, South Carolina, he was self-taught on the trumpet and had unusual technique. He earned a music scholarship to attend Laurinburg Institute in North Carolina, where he studied trumpet and piano. He first heard jazz on the radio, including players like Roy Eldridge. He left to play jazz in Philadelphia, then in New York.
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