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Clarinet Marmalade - Various - The History Of Jazz (CD)

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  1. Gardalrajas says:
    Clarinet Marmalade Banjo – Dave Skine * Bass – Al Kunze Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Carl Irish, Carroll Thorne Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Frank Ward (3) Drums – Charlie Jondro Piano – Frank Vigneau * Trombone – Ted Ralph Trumpet – John Azevedo, Warren Hookway Trumpet, Directed By – Phil.
  2. Tole says:
    ASV/Living Era's Clarinet Marmalade: 25 Great Jazz Clarinettists delivers just what the title promises, collecting classic performances from players like Danny Polo, Artie Shaw and Buster Bailey.5/
  3. Tygorg says:
    Retrospective offers a cavalcade of, arguably, the 24 greatest vintage jazz clarinettists from the first 45 years of recorded jazz history. From Larry Shields and the Original Dixieland Jazz Band in through to the peerless George Lewis in Burgundy Street Blues in , a representative performance from each clarinet master has been.
  4. Voodoorisar says:
    Jun 04,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Clarinet Marmalade · Preservation Hall Jazz Band Sweet Emma and Her Preservation Hall Jazz Band ℗ Preservation Hall Released on:
  5. Shaktimi says:
    Clarinet Marmalade (Retrospective RTR ) presents a selection of 24 great jazz clarinettists from recordings made between and During the classic jazz era, the instrument was an integral part of the New Orleans line-up, as exemplified by Johnny Dodds, Jimmie Noone and George Lewis.5/5(2).
  6. Shakree says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Swing: The Official History Of New Orleans Jazz on Discogs.
  7. Samule says:
    However, the first 3 CDs have about 75 numbers on them, all the original recordings from the great small groups and big bands from about thru the early s. They include many numbers of the PBS History of Jazz shown in the early s(?). Thus, a curious person can get a rough intro. to jazz history thru listening and reading liner notes.4/5(9).
  8. Bajar says:
    Mar 02,  · "Clarinet Marmalade" was one of the landmark compositions of early jazz and was a very popular jazz standard in the s.

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