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RISING STAR HENRY
FIRST-RATE SOLOS
FIRST IMPORTANT GIG
PLAYING EXCITING SOLOS
AMAZING SAXOPHONIST
PLAY IMPROVISED SOLOS
LONG GUITAR SOLOS
ELECTRIC GUITAR SOLOS
CURRENT ALBUMS
STRONG SOLOS
TASTY SOLOS
MEMORABLE SOLOS
TRADEMARK RIFFS
BROOKMEYER
CHET BAKER
DAZZLING SOLOS
SAX SOLOS
DANCE SOLOS
EXTENDED SOLOS
SAXOPHONE SOLOS
OWN SOLOS
VOCAL SOLOS
HEAVY METAL STYLE GUITAR SOLOS
FAMOUS SOLOS
ORIGINAL SOLOS
BRILLIANT SOLOS
JAZZ TRUMPET SOLOS
SHORT SOLOS
LONG SOLOS
INTRICATE SOLOS
GREAT SOLOS
STEVE GADD
DRUM SOLOS
PART
FRED
BASSIST
BANDS
PIECES
PLAY
INFLUENCE
ORIGINAL RECORDINGS
LOT
WRITTEN
VARIETY
HORACE SILVER
QUINTET
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Definitions

  1. Solos is a distinct language within the North Bougainvillean Austronesian family, and Halia and Solos are not mutually intelligible.
  2. Solos are offered for alto sax, tenor sax, trumpet, and trombone, but can also be played by guitar and piano if desired.
  3. Solos are written out (opt.) for tenor saxophone, trumpet and piano. (Web site)
  4. Solos are by trumpeter Conte Candoli (1927-2001), Mulligan, Buddy Clark and Mel Lewis, all of whom acquit themselves with aplomb.
  5. Solos are by trumpet Art Farmer playing the fluegelhorn, alto saxophonist Lee Konitz and Swedish trombonist Ake Persson.

Rising Star Henry

  1. Coleman's first recordings were with the Luis Russell orchestra, but all solos on record went to the rising star Henry "Red " Allen.

First-Rate Solos

  1. Throughout, first-rate solos from the likes of saxophonists Gary Foster and Nino Tempo and trombonist Chauncey Welsch add vital flavors.

First Important Gig

  1. His first important gig was with Lionel Hampton (1940-1943) although, due to Illinois Jacquet also being in the sax section, Gordon did not get any solos. (Web site)

Playing Exciting Solos

  1. Before long you'll be playing exciting solos in the style typified by Django Reinhardt, Birelli Lagrenne, and other hot players of this dynamic genre.

Amazing Saxophonist

  1. Charlie Parker was an amazing saxophonist who gained wide recognition for his solos and innovative improvisations. (Web site)

Play Improvised Solos

  1. He helped redefine the process used by musicians to play improvised solos based on chord extensions and their relationships to similar melodies.

Long Guitar Solos

  1. Nor has a guitarist been able to rip such insane, long guitar solos.

Electric Guitar Solos

  1. The songs includes traditional percussions, flutes and electric guitar solos. (Web site)

Current Albums

  1. In addition, many solos recorded on the current albums and played live by guitarist John Frusciante are improvised, as well as Flea's bass solos.
  2. In addition, many guitar solos recorded on the current albums and played live by Frusciante are improvised, as are several of Flea's bass solos.

Strong Solos

  1. The band is in great form, with a number of strong solos (though none are credited) and excellent section work.

Tasty Solos

  1. Straight ahead trio done in an easy listening style (a la Vince Guaraldi) with short, but tasty solos, plus a couple vocals and accordion.
  2. Steve Turre has some tasty solos; a lot of us are forgetting that he is a trombonist that doubles on shells and not the other way around.

Memorable Solos

  1. Only Azucena does not have the traditional two-part aria, but she has some of the most memorable solos and duets in the entire opera.

Trademark Riffs

  1. Learn the trademark riffs and solos behind the country-influenced blues playing of Duane Allman and Dickey Betts.

Brookmeyer

  1. After more challenging ensemble playing, it's time for first-rate solos by Mulligan, Brookmeyer, Ferrara and Quill (on alto) over a 32-bar, AABA format.
  2. It has a few written sections by Brookmeyer that were combined with solos and "head" backgrounds by the band.

Chet Baker

  1. JazzTrumpetSolos.com: Chet Baker - Biography, discography, and transcribed solos for free download. (Web site)

Dazzling Solos

  1. But even here, the musicians are obviously inspired by each other and deliver dazzling solos, each more jaw-dropping than the last. (Web site)

Sax Solos

  1. Moondance is that rare rock album where the band has buffed the arrangements to perfection, and where the sax solos instead of the guitar. (Web site)

Dance Solos

  1. In 1944, with music by Cage, he presented a performance of dance solos that he later regarded as the true beginning of his career as a choreographer. (Web site)
  2. Five types, consisting of dancing by whole troupes, as well as dance solos and duets, deal with a story about Krishna. (Web site)

Extended Solos

  1. The original guitarists in the Allman Brothers Band - Duane Allman and Dickey Betts – broke that barrier with soaring, extended solos. (Web site)

Saxophone Solos

  1. The resemblance is mostly in contrapuntal lines between brass and reeds, a succession of rowsing, even rowdy, saxophone solos and a masterly drum solo.

Own Solos

  1. When he was portrayed in "Bird," Clint Eastwood's film biography of Charlie Parker, he played his own solos for the soundtrack.

Vocal Solos

  1. He also, on occasion, wrote new part-songs and vocal solos, and in 1911 he became the first composer to write music for a British film. (Web site)

Heavy Metal Style Guitar Solos

  1. GISM often used heavy metal style guitar solos and riffs, something uncommon in punk bands at that time.

Famous Solos

  1. Although the band recorded numerous sides for Victor during this period, none of them showcases Beiderbecke's most famous solos.
  2. He choreographed several ballets for Carlotta Grisi, probably including the famous solos in Giselle. (Web site)

Original Solos

  1. Also included are two brilliant drum solos by Steve in tribute to Max Roach ("Drums Unlimited" and "For Big Sid"), plus two new original solos. (Web site)

Brilliant Solos

  1. In these brilliant solos, Armstrong laid down the basic vocabulary of jazz improvising, and became its founding and most influential exponent.
  2. In 1935, The Benny Goodman Trio created a style of "chamber jazz" that emphasized highly developed ensemble playing and technically brilliant solos.

Jazz Trumpet Solos

  1. But by this point, Mongo's new music was geared to jazz trumpet solos. (Web site)

Short Solos

  1. Listen to all of the big band hooks, the full brass, sax soli and short solos by Ron Kischuk on trombone and Dwight Adams on trumpet. (Web site)
  2. The flow and grace of his short solos on records with the band make them stand out like diamonds in a tin setting. (Web site)
  3. Basic rhythms, variations, fill-ins, short solos for the bolero, cha-cha, merengue, mambo, guaracha, rumba, modern jazz and more. (Web site)

Long Solos

  1. His later playing included a great deal of free jazz, long solos and influences from world music from Africa and India. (Web site)

Intricate Solos

  1. As the genre developed, more intricate solos and riffs became an integral part of the style. (Web site)

Great Solos

  1. Grailler (piano) and Moriconi (bass) contribute some great solos, but that night belonged to Chet.
  2. There are great solos here by Gregory Herbert, Frank Tiberi, Bill Stapleton, Tony Klatka, a great rhythm section, and excellent lead trumpet by Dave Stahl. (Web site)
  3. Much more than just another book of licks, Fast Forward Lead Guitar Solos is a new approach that will teach you how to make great solos of your own.

Steve Gadd

  1. Musicians had a field day with the title track, which had powerful solos from Wayne Shorter and Steve Gadd. (Web site)
  2. Tape Two features classic performances and solos by Vinnie Colaiuta, Steve Gadd, and Dave Weckl along with the band.
  3. Musicians had a field day with the title tack, which had powerful solos from Wayne Shorter and Steve Gadd.

Drum Solos

  1. By the end of the 1970s, Steve Gadd was an accomplished drummer, with transcriptions of his drum solos on sale in Japan. (Web site)
  2. It took the drummer a while to realize with his band that drum solos were not required on every song. (Web site)
  3. The guitar and drum solos, but one of Upchurch's three guitar solos, a sultry seductive piece, hushed the lawn-chair crowd to a whisper.

Part

  1. He was one of the first jazz drummers to take solos and he developed many types of playing that became part of the basic vocabulary of jazz drummers. (Web site)
  2. He then was a part of Cab Calloway's band, but was criticized for his solos, calling them “Chinese music”.
  3. For his part, Byrd was one of the first American musicians to master bossa nova's difficult, bubbling syncopations, and his solos are light and lilting. (Web site)

Fred

  1. Just for fun, Fred includes the rarely-heard introductory verses to the songs, as well as ad-lib instrumental solos. (Web site)
  2. Fred offers instruction in: 1)Solos, backup licks, turnarounds and fills in three tunings - open G, open D and standard.

Bassist

  1. In addition to the horn solos, which are never pretentious or overbearing, bassist, Art Davis, offers refreshing front stage performances. (Web site)

Bands

  1. Tony Rice showcased elaborate lead guitar solos, and other bands followed. (Web site)

Pieces

  1. The cellos are a critical part of orchestral music; all symphonic works involve the cello section, and many pieces require cello soli or solos. (Web site)

Play

  1. There are some unusual parts, like when they introduce the band and have them play solos.
  2. Brownie was a main influence to me and i can play some of his solos on my guitar till now. (Web site)

Influence

  1. His solos, rich in syncopation and spiced with high notes and flashy phrases, would exert an influence over all later jazz.
  2. Acid rock is characterized by long solos and its influence from Indian Ragas and the use of Wah-Wah pedals.

Original Recordings

  1. These solos can be played with or without the original recordings.

Lot

  1. A lot of his band's music sounds dated, but when you listen to his playing and his solos - you certainly don't feel it.
  2. Here are some artists that played a lot of solos that meet these requirements: Chet Baker, Davis, Stan Getz, Red Garland, Charlie Haden.
  3. As he told Feather, "I've seen a lot of bands fall into a trap of spreading the solos around so everybody can play.

Written

  1. All high notes on the recording are optional and all solos are written out.
  2. The "Afro-Cuban Jazz Suite" includes solos by Bird but was not written with the altoist in mind. (Web site)
  3. Sung by Hepburn herself, it was written to her singing range based on the vocal solos she had performed in 1957's Funny Face.

Variety

  1. Wes Montgomery, Grant’s more famous contemporary, would use a variety of techniques in his solos to build intensity and interest. (Web site)
  2. He performed with Charles Dutoit and the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, playing clarinet and a variety of saxophone solos. (Web site)
  3. In drum solos the drummer will almost always use most or all of his kit to achieve variety.

Horace Silver

  1. Also included are transcribed solos by Thelonious Monk and Horace Silver, an invaluable source of authentic jazz techniques. (Web site)

Quintet

  1. Gillepie with pianist Bud Powell and a rhythm section take solos that uplift this date; two songs feature his quintet (with James Moody on alto). (Web site)
  2. The quintet is also in quite good form, with the pianist and the bassist taking the most impressive solos of the evening. (Web site)

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