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JELLY ROLL MORTON
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  1. Sidney Bechet (May 14, 1897 – May 14, 1959) was an American jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, and composer.
  2. Sidney Bechet was a proponent of Dixieland Jazz who played the clarinet and was the first person to play Jazz on a Soprano Saxophone.
  3. Sidney Bechet was the undisputed the king of the soprano saxophone and also one of the most innovative and original clarinetists in jazz. (Web site)
  4. Sidney Bechet is (or was) a true genius, the way he made the horn almost operatic in sound, with the wonderful throbbing vibratos.
  5. Sidney Bechet was the first important jazz soloist on records in history (beating Louis Armstrong by a few months). (Web site)

Hodges

  1. Hodges was taught and inspired by Sidney Bechet, although he soon used alto as his main ax; he would regretfully drop soprano altogether after 1940. (Web site)

Fabulous Sidney Bechet

  1. Music As producer Michael Cuscuna explains in a helpful addendum, The Fabulous Sidney Bechet is a reissue of a reissue.

Legendary Sidney Bechet

  1. I'd much more recommend "The Legendary Sidney Bechet" and "The Best of Sidney Bechet" for those looking for an intro to Bechet's special genius.

Individuals

  1. Duke used to tell me it’s always been the individuals whom others followed, and he named Sidney Bechet as an example.

Interest

  1. Sidney Bechet, one of the earliest and most enduring jazz expatriates, toured England in the mid-1920s, sparking a rush of interest in early jazz. (Web site)

Title

  1. It takes its title from a musical piece by Sidney Bechet.

Name

  1. In July 1997, The Sidney Bechet Society has been formed to perpetuate the name and fame of Sidney Bechet. (Web site)

Number

  1. Throughout the rest of the Thirties he with a number of bands, including ones lead by Roy Eldridge, Mezz Mezzrow, and Sidney Bechet. (Web site)

Couple

  1. One night I was the opening act for (reed master) Sidney Bechet, and he invited me to play on a couple of numbers. (Web site)

Concert

  1. In 1944, he recorded and appeared in concert with Sidney Bechet and Max Miller in Chicago.

Paris

  1. Jacques says: "My life changed completely after I met Sidney Bechet for the very first time in 1950 in Paris. (Web site)
  2. Somewhat later, when he was visiting relatives in Paris, he went to a concert by the legendary Sidney Bechet and was hooked for ever. (Web site)

Student

  1. Wilber himself was a student of legendary Sidney Bechet in the 1940's.
  2. At the age of 15 he became a student of the great American saxophonist Bob Wilber, himself a protégé of the great Sidney Bechet. (Web site)

France

  1. Sidney Bechet settled in France after World War II and became a huge star performer and prolific composer.

Influence

  1. He then received instruction from the legendary Sidney Bechet, one of the first important jazz soloists and perhaps Hodges's only major influence.

Wizard

  1. If so, "Sidney Bechet The Wizard of Jazz" is the book for you. (Web site)

Europe

  1. In 1958 he was at the World Fair in Brussels for concerts with Sidney Bechet, and toured Europe the following year and annually through the 1960s.

History

  1. Hodges and his teacher, Sidney Bechet, are credited as two of the most significant soprano saxophone players in the history of twentieth century jazz. (Web site)

Records

  1. Sidney Bechet, the first great jazz horn soloist to be featured on records, was a remarkable soprano saxophonist and clarinetist.

Career

  1. Like Sidney Bechet, clarinetist Albert Nicholas moved permanently to France later in his career.
  2. He considered Sidney Bechet to have had the most influence on his career.

Teenager

  1. After studying clarinet as a child, Wilber began leading his own band and while still a teenager became a student of Sidney Bechet.

Sheik

  1. Much to his dismay, Sidney Bechet used it in 1941 to play half a dozen instruments on "Sheik of Araby"). (Web site)

Jazz Music

  1. Through the years many big names in jazz music were backed by the DSC, from Sidney Bechet, Joe Venuti and Rita Reys to Teddy Wilson. (Web site)

Louis Armstrong

  1. They featured several young talents who had immigrated from the South, such as Joe "King" Oliver, Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet. (Web site)

John Coltrane

  1. Whereas most jazz musicians his age don't even go farther back than John Coltrane, Cavaseno's influences are as diverse as Sidney Bechet to James Brown. (Web site)
  2. It also brings the soprano sax back to the forefront, after the death of Sidney Bechet, and before John Coltrane mastered it.
  3. He was influenced by the great Sidney Bechet and in turn John Coltrane was influenced by Earl Bostic.

Bob Wilber

  1. Bob Wilber was a teenager in the 1940s when he became the star pupil of Sidney Bechet. (Web site)

Soprano Saxophonist

  1. Sidney Bechet (1897-1959) was a U.S. jazz clarinettist and soprano saxophonist.

Steve Lacy

  1. His interest in the straight saxophone likely arose from his admiration for Sidney Bechet and the work of his contemporary, Steve Lacy. (Web site)

Benny Goodman

  1. He played with virtually everyone in the Chicago jazz field, as well as Benny Goodman, Billie Holiday, Sidney Bechet, and even Chico Marx. (Web site)

Band

  1. In 1925, he left for Europe as a the musical director of The Revue Negre which starred Josephine Baker with Sidney Bechet in the band.
  2. In the 1930s Ladnier co-led a band with Sidney Bechet called The New Orleans Feetwarmers, with whom Ladnier made some of his best recordings. (Web site)
  3. In 1935, he even had the great Sidney Bechet in his band for a stretch. (Web site)

Composer

  1. Sidney Bechet (May 14, 1897 - May 14, 1959) was a Jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, and composer. (Web site)

American Jazz Saxophonist

  1. Sidney Bechet (May 14, 1897 - May 14, 1959) was an American jazz saxophonist, clarinetist, and composer.

Bunk Johnson

  1. Several early Jazz musicians, like Sidney Bechet (as a child musician) and Bunk Johnson, apparently played in Bolden's bands occasionally. (Web site)

Armstrong

  1. However another jazz great whose name deserves to be associated with Armstrong is Sidney Bechet.

Johnny Dodds

  1. And tone—let's face it, the old-timers, like Louis, Bunny, Bix, Sidney Bechet, Johnny Dodds—they had lovely sounds.

King Oliver

  1. British and Australian bands of this genre copied the playing style of such artists as Sidney Bechet or King Oliver. (Web site)

Jazz Greats

  1. During this time, he organized numerous sessions which advanced the careers of many early jazz greats such as Louis Armstrong and Sidney Bechet. (Web site)
  2. Soon he was professionally playing and associating with jazz greats like Sidney Bechet, Albert Nicholas, Memphis Slim, Benny Waters, Mezz Mezzrow and others. (Web site)

Duke Ellington

  1. But he also wrote essays that perfectly defined the life and work of Duke Ellington and other giants from Sidney Bechet to Ornette Coleman. (Web site)

Music

  1. The most prominent exponents of this early music, called Dixieland Jazz, included Louis Armstrong and Sidney Bechet. (Web site)
  2. We had concerts of Buddy Bolden, music that we put together, Johnny Boggs, Sidney Bechet.
  3. Everything changed in June, 1950 when Sidney Bechet returned to France, and found a new, young audience eager to embrace his music and make him a star.

Revered

  1. After moving to Europe for good, Sidney Bechet was revered by jazz fans on the continent and remained active until shortly before his death in 1959.

Greats

  1. He is inspired by all the greats, such as Chick Webb, Duke Ellington, Sidney Bechet, and Benny Goodman, to name a small few.

Bessie Smith

  1. He also produced and participated in early recordings by Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet, Bessie Smith and many others.
  2. Armstrong continued his touring and recording activities with Henderson's group and also made recordings with Sidney Bechet, Ma Rainey, and Bessie Smith.
  3. While in New York, Louis also made records with Sidney Bechet, and with Bessie Smith (1894-1937), the greatest of all blues singers. (Web site)

Playing

  1. This is recorded over, and drowns out, the sound of Sidney Bechet playing the soprano saxophone. (Web site)

Bix Beiderbecke

  1. Other influential stylists who are still revered in traditional jazz circles today include Sidney Bechet, Bix Beiderbecke and Muggsy Spanier.
  2. Along with Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet, and Bix Beiderbecke, Bubber Miley was one of the great Jazz soloists of the 1920s.

Orleans

  1. Clarinet virtuoso Evan Christopher brings the music of New Orleans to Pasadena for a tribute to Sidney Bechet and the Crescent City.
  2. For his books on Sidney Bechet and Louis Armstrong he was given the freedom of New Orleans. (Web site)

Jazz

  1. Sidney Bechet - Clarinet, Dixieland.1 st star wind player in jazz. (Web site)
  2. He is one of the three principal clarinetists of early jazz, the other two being Johnny Dodds and Sidney Bechet.
  3. He, along with Louis Armstrong and Sidney Bechet were the first great soloists in jazz. (Web site)

Jelly Roll Morton

  1. Artists such as Earl Hines, Sidney Bechet and Jelly Roll Morton brought a wider recognition of jazz through the new medium of records.
  2. In the 1920s, Baquet recorded with Bessie Smith; in 1929, he recorded with Jelly Roll Morton, and in the 1940s with Sidney Bechet.

Categories

  1. Bechet
  2. Soprano Saxophone
  3. Arts > Music > Musicians > Clarinetist
  4. Arts > Music > Composers > Jelly Roll Morton
  5. Chickens

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