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TENOR SAX
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DUKE ELLINGTON ORCHESTRA
TRUMPETER
DOC SEVERINSEN
JOE NEWMAN
PLAY
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DUKE ELLINGTON
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ZOOT SIMS
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CLARK TERRY
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Definitions

  1. Clark Terry (born December 14, 1920) is an American swing and bop trumpeter, a pioneer of the fluegelhorn in jazz, educator, and NEA Jazz Masters inductee.
  2. Clark Terry, the trumpeter, one of his early idols, became Mr. Davis's mentor, and his local reputation grew quickly.
  3. Clark Terry was another important early influence and friend of Davis's.
  4. Clark Terry is one of the all-time great jazz trumpeters.
  5. Wilder and Clark Terry were on campus prior to their gig with the Temple Jazz Band at the Kimmel Center on April 8.

Davis

  1. Buchanan also introduced Davis to Clark Terry, who would become his recording partner.

Gillespie

  1. He continued arranging music in collaboration with his long-time colleagues, Machito and Gillespie, and worked also with Clark Terry and Gato Barbieri.

Jazz Musician

  1. Monk, as all other jazzmen, honored Clark Terry for his tremendous ability as a jazz musician.

Tenor Sax

  1. It features three soloists: Clark Terry on fluegelhorn, Paul Gonsalves on tenor sax and Jimmy Hamilton on clarinet.

Last Recording

  1. His last recording was with Clark Terry in 2002.

Band

  1. The band, which included jazz trumpeter Clark Terry, traveled with a loyal following in the military community.

Duke Ellington Orchestra

  1. Clark Terry, for example, is an old friend and idol of Davis' from St. Louis, and the Duke Ellington Orchestra has always been on Davis' preferred list.

Trumpeter

  1. Toward the end of the decade he toured Africa with trumpeter Clark Terry under the sponsorship of the U.S. State Department.

Doc Severinsen

  1. His later orchestra featured such well-known artists as Doc Severinsen, Clark Terry and Maynard Ferguson.

Joe Newman

  1. I also started getting into the studio scene around '68 and '69 with Clark Terry and Joe Newman, which was a very good experience.

Play

  1. Clark Terry, who in Ellington's words was "one of the greatest soloists to play in the band," has said that Ellington taught you who you are.

Bill Watrous

  1. Pickley was a band leader for five years on various cruise ships and has performed with Clark Terry, Wynton Marsalis, Bill Watrous and Ed Shaughnessy.

Mentor

  1. Her Band won first place and it was there she met the trumpeter Clark Terry, who after discovering her became her mentor.
  2. Like his mentor at the time, Clark Terry, Davis began using a Heim mouthpiece, which produces a higher quality tone but is much more difficult to play.

Sweets

  1. Clark Terry and Harry "Sweets" Edison are old buddies and their interplay shines throughout.

Bop Era

  1. This orchestra's trumpet section had some of the leading trumpeters of the swing to bop era, like Clark Terry and William "Cat" Anderson.

Dizzy Gillespie

  1. One introduction led to another, and before long he was working with Dizzy Gillespie, Clark Terry, and Sonny Rollins.

Music

  1. But in St. Louis you come up, you know Clark Terry, you hear all his music, and you know all of Miles songs.
  2. Clark Terry played music at an early age, getting his start in a St. Louis drum and bugle corps.

Duke Ellington

  1. Clark Terry, who was born in 1920, is one of the elite group of jazz artists still alive who played with both Duke Ellington and Count Basie.
  2. Duke Ellington came to play at Florida A & M; band member, Clark Terry, had dinner at the Adderley home.

Jimmy Heath

  1. Herbie Hancock serves as chairman; Wayne Shorter, Clark Terry and Jimmy Heath sit on the board of trustees.

Harry James

  1. This will be a tribute to four of the most famous trumpet players for the last 50 years: Louis Armstrong, Harry James, Clark Terry and Herb Alpert.

Playing

  1. By age 15, he was already playing with jazz artists such as Clark Terry and Kenny Clarke and put out his first album, "Flash," when he was only 17.
  2. There is much I still need to know about it after playing with Joe Newman and Clark Terry.

Zoot Sims

  1. The new band featured a ''cooler'' sound, with such musicians as Stan Getz, Zoot Sims, Clark Terry, and Oscar Pettiford.
  2. Buddy Clark and Conte Candoli had returned to California after the tour, replaced by Bill Crow and Clark Terry, and Zoot Sims departed for good.

Trumpet

  1. Clark Terry (trumpet), born 1920 and Max Roach (drums), born 1924 have been cultivating the music scene since the '40s.

Flugelhorn

  1. Along with Clark Terry, Farmer helped to popularize the flugelhorn among brass players.

Big Band

  1. He began his professional career in the early 1980s playing with Art Blakey 's big band, Clark Terry, and Blakey's Jazz Messengers.
  2. She worked often with trumpeter Clark Terry and they briefly co-led a big band.

Big Bands

  1. Clark Terry says that though he never studied music formally, he was well-educated in the literature of the big bands.
  2. He also wrote charts for Dizzy Gillespie's famed State Department big band and later for big bands led by trumpeters Harry James and Clark Terry.

Clark Terry

  1. If I can’t get that sound I can’t play anything."[ 1] Clark Terry was another important early influence and friend of Davis'.
  2. In the 1940s, '50s, and '60s, she played trombone in the big bands of Gerald Wilson, Dizzy Gillespie, Quincy Jones, and Clark Terry.
  3. As a performer and recording artist, Ed has been associated with the big bands of Stan Kenton, Woody Herman, Bill Watrous, and Clark Terry.

Categories

  1. Arts > Music > Jazz > Big Bands
  2. Jazz Artists
  3. Flugelhorn
  4. Music > Jazz > Jazz Musicians > Zoot Sims
  5. Music > Musicians > Bandleaders > Maynard Ferguson
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