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 Storia del Jazz 1

 

"14 April Showers"



Paul Whiteman Orchestra. NYC, 1924

"15 Bamboo Isle"



Fletcher Henderson orchestra, t/tb/cl/as ts/ Fletcher Henderson p/bj/tuba/violin/ possibly d. NYC, 1922

"18 Charleston Crazy"



Fletcher Henderson orchestra: Elmer Chambers ct, Teddy Nixon tb, Don Redman cl, as, Coleman Hawkins ts, Billy Fowler bass sax, Fletcher Henderson p, Charlie Dixon bj, Kaiser Marshall d. NYC, 1923

"20 Shanghai Shuffle"



Fletcher Henderson orchestra, Fletcher Henderson p, Louis Armstrong, Elmer Chambers, Howard Scott tp, Charlie Green tb, Don Redman cl, as, arr, Coleman Hawkins cl, ts, Buster Bailey cl, as, Charlie Dixon bj, Ralph Escudero tuba, Kaiser Marshall d. NY Oct 13 1924

"21 Copenhagen"



Fletcher Henderson p, arr, Louis Armstrong, Elmer Chambers, Howard Scott tp, Charlie Green tb, Don Redman cl, as, arr, Coleman Hawkins cl, ts, Buster Bailey cl, as, Charlie Dixon bj, Ralph Escudero tuba, Kaiser Marshall d. NY Oct 13 1924

"22 Sunday"



Jean Goldkette and his Orchestra: Fred Farrar, Ray Lodwig (tp); Bix Beiderbecke (c); Bill Rank, Newell ‘Spiegle’ Willcox (tb); Stanley ‘Doc’ Ryker, Frank Trumbauer, Don Murray (reeds); Eddie Lang (g); Joe Venuti (vln); Irving Riskin (p); ‘Howdy’ Quicksell (bj); Steve Brown (sb); Chauncey Morehouse (dm); Nan and Taddy Keller (Keller Sisters) voc). arr: Bill Challis. NYC, October 15, 1926

 

 Analisi 1 triennio

 

"06 New King Porter Stomp"

Fletcher Henderson and his Orchestra: Fletcher Henderson p Russell Smith, Rex Stewart, Bobby Stark tp, J.C. Higginbotham tb, Russell Procope cl, as, Coleman Hawkins ts, Freddy White g, John Kirby b, tuba, Walter Johnson d, arranger Fletcher Henderson NY Dec 9 1932



"07 King Porter Stomp"

Benny Goodman and his Orchestra: Bunny Berigan Ralph Muzillo Nate Kazebier tp Red Ballard Jack Lacey tb Benny Goodman cl Toots Mondello, Hymie Schertzer as, Arthur Rollini Dick Clark ts Frank Froeba p, George Van Eps g, Harry Goodman b, Gene Krupa d Arranger Fletcher Henderson NY Jul 1 1935



"08 King Porter Stomp"

Gil Evans Orchestra - trumpet: Johnny Coles, Louis Mucci, Ernie Royal trombone: Joe Bennet, Frank Rehak, Tom Mitchell french horn: Julius Watkins tuba: Harvey Philips alto saxophone: Cannonball Adderley reeds: Jerry Sanfino piano: Gil Evans guitar: Chuck Wayne bass: Paul Chambers drums: Art Blakey Arranged and conducted by Gil Evans Produced by George Avakian Recorded in New York City on April 9, 1958



 

 Storia 2 triennio

 

"06 Crosscurrents - I Got Rhythm"

Lee Konitz (as) Warne Marsh (ts) Lennie Tristano (p) Billy Bauer (g) Arnold Fishkin (b) Harold Granowsky (d). NYC, Mar 1949



"07 Wow - You Can Depend On Me"

Lee Konitz (as) Warne Marsh (ts) Lennie Tristano (p) Billy Bauer (g) Arnold Fishkin (b) Harold Granowsky (d). NYC, Mar 1949



"09 Intuition"

Lee Konitz (as) Warne Marsh (ts) Lennie Tristano (p) Billy Bauer (g) Arnold Fishkin (b) Denzil Best (d). NYC, May 1949



"10 Digression"

Lee Konitz (as) Warne Marsh (ts) Lennie Tristano (p) Billy Bauer (g) Arnold Fishkin (b) Denzil Best (d). NYC, May 1949



"12 Line Up - All of Me"

Lennie Tristano p, Peter Ind b, Jeff Morton d. Lennie Tristano's home studio, NYC, 1954



"13 Turkish Mambo"

Lennie Tristano p, Peter Ind b, Jeff Morton d. Lennie Tristano's home studio, NYC, 1954



"14 Godchild - Mulligan"

Miles Davis, Lee Konitz, Gerry Mulligan, Junior Collins, french horn, Kai Winding tb, Bill Barber tuba, Al Haig p, Joe Shulman b, Max Roach d. WOR Studios, 21 January 1949, NY



"15 Moon Dreams"

Miles Davis, Lee Konitz, Gerry Mulligan, J.J. Johnson tb, Gunther Schuller french horn, Bill Barber tuba, John Lewis p, Al McKibbon cb, Max Roach d. WOR Studios, 9 March 1950, NY



"16 Symphony Sid Announces The Band"

Sid "Simphony" Torin, radio broadcast, live from the Royal Roost jazz club, September 4, 1948, NYC



"17 Move"

Miles Davis trumpet, Mike Zwerin trombone, Junior Collins french horn, Bill Barber tuba, Lee Konitz alto saxophone, Gerry Mulligan baritone saxophone, John Lewis piano, Al McKibbon bass, Max Roach drums. September 4, 1948 live at Royal Roost, NYC



"18 Godchild"

Claude Thornhill Orchestra Piano: Claude Thornhill Trumpet: Emil Terry, Louis Mucci, Eddie Zandy Trombone: Johnny Torick, Allan Langstaff French Horn: Walter Weschler, Sandford ’Sandy’ Siegelstein Tuba: Bill Barber Clarinet, Alto Saxophone: Danny Polo, Lee Konitz Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone: Myron ’Mickey’ Folus, Jerry Sanfino Baritone and Tenor Saxophone: Gerry Mulligan Guitar: Barry Galbraith Bass: Russ ’Savakus’ Saunders Drums: Billy Exiner arr: Gerry Mulligan NYC, 1948



"19 Polka Dots And Moonbeams"

Claude Thornhill Orchestra Eddie Zandy, Emil Terry, Louis Mucci, Clarence Willard (tp) Vahey "Tak" Takvorian, Allan Langstaff (tb) Walt Welscher, Sandy Siegelstein (fh) Bill Barber (tu) Danny Polo, Lee Konitz (cl, as) Mario Rollo (cl, ts), Bill Bushey (cl, bcl, bs), Mickey Folus (bcl, bs) Barry Galbraith (g) Claude Thornhill (p) Joe Shulman (b) Bill Exiner (dm) Gil Evans (arr) NYC , November 6, 1947



 

 Analisi 2 triennio

 

"06 King Porter Stomp"

Gil Evans Orchestra trumpet: Johnny Coles, Louis Mucci, Ernie Royal trombone: Joe Bennet, Frank Rehak, Tom Mitchell french horn: Julius Watkins tuba: Harvey Philips alto saxophone: Cannonball Adderley reeds: Jerry Sanfino piano: Gil Evans guitar: Chuck Wayne bass: Paul Chambers drums: Art Blakey Arranged and conducted by Gil Evans Produced by George Avakian Recorded in New York City on April 9, 1958



 
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