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- 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.
- Clark Terry, the trumpeter, one of his early idols, became Mr. Davis's mentor, and his local reputation grew quickly.
- Clark Terry was another important early influence and friend of Davis's.
- Clark Terry is one of the all-time great jazz trumpeters.
- Wilder and Clark Terry were on campus prior to their gig with the Temple Jazz Band at the Kimmel Center on April 8.
- Buchanan also introduced Davis to Clark Terry, who would become his recording partner.
- He continued arranging music in collaboration with his long-time colleagues, Machito and Gillespie, and worked also with Clark Terry and Gato Barbieri.
- Monk, as all other jazzmen, honored Clark Terry for his tremendous ability as a jazz musician.
- It features three soloists: Clark Terry on fluegelhorn, Paul Gonsalves on tenor sax and Jimmy Hamilton on clarinet.
- His last recording was with Clark Terry in 2002.
- The band, which included jazz trumpeter Clark Terry, traveled with a loyal following in the military community.
- 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.
- Toward the end of the decade he toured Africa with trumpeter Clark Terry under the sponsorship of the U.S. State Department.
- His later orchestra featured such well-known artists as Doc Severinsen, Clark Terry and Maynard Ferguson.
- I also started getting into the studio scene around '68 and '69 with Clark Terry and Joe Newman, which was a very good experience.
- 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.
- 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.
- Her Band won first place and it was there she met the trumpeter Clark Terry, who after discovering her became her mentor.
- 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.
- Clark Terry and Harry "Sweets" Edison are old buddies and their interplay shines throughout.
- This orchestra's trumpet section had some of the leading trumpeters of the swing to bop era, like Clark Terry and William "Cat" Anderson.
- One introduction led to another, and before long he was working with Dizzy Gillespie, Clark Terry, and Sonny Rollins.
- But in St. Louis you come up, you know Clark Terry, you hear all his music, and you know all of Miles songs.
- Clark Terry played music at an early age, getting his start in a St. Louis drum and bugle corps.
- 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.
- Duke Ellington came to play at Florida A & M; band member, Clark Terry, had dinner at the Adderley home.
- Herbie Hancock serves as chairman; Wayne Shorter, Clark Terry and Jimmy Heath sit on the board of trustees.
- 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.
- 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.
- There is much I still need to know about it after playing with Joe Newman and Clark Terry.
- The new band featured a ''cooler'' sound, with such musicians as Stan Getz, Zoot Sims, Clark Terry, and Oscar Pettiford.
- 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.
- Clark Terry (trumpet), born 1920 and Max Roach (drums), born 1924 have been cultivating the music scene since the '40s.
- Along with Clark Terry, Farmer helped to popularize the flugelhorn among brass players.
- He began his professional career in the early 1980s playing with Art Blakey 's big band, Clark Terry, and Blakey's Jazz Messengers.
- She worked often with trumpeter Clark Terry and they briefly co-led a big band.
- Clark Terry says that though he never studied music formally, he was well-educated in the literature of the big bands.
- 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.
- If I can’t get that sound I can’t play anything."[ 1] Clark Terry was another important early influence and friend of Davis'.
- In the 1940s, '50s, and '60s, she played trombone in the big bands of Gerald Wilson, Dizzy Gillespie, Quincy Jones, and Clark Terry.
- As a performer and recording artist, Ed has been associated with the big bands of Stan Kenton, Woody Herman, Bill Watrous, and Clark Terry.
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