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Various - Famous Jazz Trumpet Players album

Various - Famous Jazz Trumpet Players album
  • Performer Various
  • Title Famous Jazz Trumpet Players
  • Date of release 1976
  • Country Bulgaria
  • Other formats AAC VOC DMF WAV MIDI XM MMF
  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 1379 mb
  • Size FLAC 1782 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 217

Possibly the most famous jazz trumpet player of all time, right behind Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis stands tall at on our list of best jazz trumpet players. To those unfamiliar with Miles Davis, there may be some confusion as to why he’s placed so high up on the list. When you listen to one of his most famous songs, ‘So What,’ you aren’t immediately struck by what makes him so amazing. However, it is the simplicity in the chart creation and his solos which made them so revolutionary. Remember, this is before an era of ‘smooth jazz’ or any related concept.

Do not enter names that lack articles. Do not enter names that lack sources. Asmund Bjorken (born 1933). Stian Carstensen (born 1971). Gabriel Fliflet (born 1958). Richard Galliano (born 1950). Frode Haltli (born 1975). Pete Jolly (1932–2004). Frank Marocco (1931–2012). Mat Mathews (1924–2009). Eivin One Pedersen (1956–2012).

A steady stream of trumpet players emerged in the 60s, including innovators such as free jazz maven Don Cherry and micro-tone experimentalist Don Ellis. In the 70s, when jazz-fusion and jazz-funk came to the fore, Miles Davis led the way once more, closely followed by Woody Shaw and Eddie Henderson. No small number of the world’s best jazz trumpeters have emerged in the last 30 years, the most significant of which has been Wynton Marsalis. From the birthplace of jazz, New Orleans-born Payton was a child trumpet prodigy (he started playing professionally at the age of 10) who, in his early 20s, was playing with drumming legend Elvin Jones and Hammond hero Jimmy Smith. Just 19 when he released his debut album, New Orleans-born Adjuah – the nephew of Crescent City saxophonist Donald Harrison Jr – has risen to become one of today’s young trumpet gods.

American jazz trumpet player, singer, composer and bandleader, Gillespie was very significant in the development of bebop and modern jazz. His trumpet playing influenced such players as Miles Davis, Clifford Brown and Fats Navarro. After spending time in Cuba and coming back to America, Gillespie also greatly helped in the advancement of Afro-Cuban Jazz. He was characterized by his horn rimmed glasses, bent trumpet and uniquely puffy cheeks when playing. A great improviser, Dizzy added a certain layer of harmonic complexity to his music, something previously unknown in jazz

Every genre of music is different with a unique style of its own. Originally from the African American communities in the Southern United States, jazz was invented in the early 20th century from a fusion of African and European music traditions. The typical music instruments used in jazz music include saxophone, trumpet, trombone, bass guitar, clarinet, flute, piano, guitar, double bass, tuba, drums, vocals, vibraphone and banjo

Best jazz trumpet players - Classical flamenco guitar. Best Jazz Trumpet Players. Trumpet player) The trumpet is the musical instrument with the highest register in the brass family. Trumpets are among the oldest musical instruments, dating back to at least 1500 BCE. best jazz trumpet players - The World. The World of Jazz Trumpet: A Comprehensive History and Practical Philosophy. One of the most famous jazz musicians of the 20th century, he was first known as a cornet player, then as a trumpet player, and toward the end of his career he was best known as a vocalist and became one of the most influential jazz singers. When you see someone truly passionate about what they do you sit in awe.

Tracklist

A1 Louis Armstrong Royal Garden Blues
A2 Clark Terry Return To Swahilli
A3 Dizzy Gillespie Birks Works
B1 Freddie Hubbard The Things We Did Last Summer
B2 Bill Chase Close Tight
B3 Maynard Ferguson Fiesta

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ВТА 1963 Various Famous Jazz Trumpet Players ‎(LP, Comp, Whi) Балкантон ВТА 1963 Bulgaria 1976
ВТА 1963 Various Famous Jazz Trumpet Players ‎(LP, Comp, dak) Балкантон ВТА 1963 Bulgaria Unknown
ВТА 1963 Various Famous Jazz Trumpet Players ‎(LP, Comp, Red) Балкантон ВТА 1963 Bulgaria Unknown
ВТА 1963 Various Famous Jazz Trumpet Players ‎(LP, Comp, Ora) Балкантон ВТА 1963 Bulgaria 1978