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  1. Wynton Marsalis (born October 18, 1961) is an American trumpeter and composer. (Web site)
  2. Wynton Marsalis is one of the leading jazz trumpeters over the last 30 years and has far more jazz material released than classical.
  3. Wynton Marsalis is taking new steps and in doing so achieves a sometimes-mystical radiance in his writing and performance.
  4. Wynton Marsalis (pronounced: mar-sal-us) was born to Dolores Ferdinand and Ellis Marsalis, Jr., a New Orleans-based music teacher and pianist.
  5. Wynton Marsalis was one such brilliant trumpet player whose first album under his own name was recorded when he was not quite 20 years old. (Web site)

Marcus Roberts

  1. Marcus Roberts is a phenomial pianist whom I became familiar with through the likes of Wynton Marsalis.

Famous Living Jazz Musician

  1. For 20 years, Wynton Marsalis has probably been the most famous living jazz musician.

Well-Known Piccolo Trumpet Players

  1. Maurice André, Ludwig Güttler, Wynton Marsalis, and Hakan Hardenberger are some well-known piccolo trumpet players. (Web site)
  2. Maurice André, Håkan Hardenberger, and Wynton Marsalis are some well-known piccolo trumpet players.
  3. Maurice Andre, Wynton Marsalis and Hakan Hardenberger are some of the more well-known piccolo trumpet players. (Web site)

Lincoln Center Orchestra

  1. Goines has made quite a name for himself with such seminal groups as the Wynton Marsalis Septet and the Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra.
  2. Jazz great Wynton Marsalis will be appearing with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra in its annual performance at the Chicago Symphony Center. (Web site)

Jazz Trumpeter Wynton Marsalis

  1. Marcus Roberts began his professional career performing with jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis.
  2. The following story on jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis was published in Isthmus on April 24, 1998.

Father

  1. At 12, Payton impressed Wynton Marsalis, who was calling his father, with his trumpet over the phone.

Brother

  1. An 18-year-old youngster named Wynton Marsalis, trumpet in hand, heralds the future alongside his brother in Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers. (Web site)

Group

  1. This magical first concert saw famed trumpeter Wynton Marsalis join the group during the second half.

Impact

  1. The most famous jazz musician since 1980, Wynton Marsalis made a major impact on jazz almost from the start.

Shared

  1. His European popularity continues to explode, and he has recently shared the stage with Wynton Marsalis at Lincoln Center and Diana Krall at Montreaux.

Efforts

  1. In the case of Wynton Marsalis these efforts met with critical acclaim.

Introduction

  1. Wynton Marsalis hardly needs an introduction. (Web site)

Performances

  1. ET) that also will include performances by Wynton Marsalis and Tim McGraw.
  2. Associated with this interest was the trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, who was also acclaimed for his performances of classical music.

Performance

  1. The video concludes with a performance by The Wynton Marsalis Quartet. (Web site)

Makes

  1. Wynton Marsalis, one of today's best jazz trumpeters, makes the jump to classical a resounding success. (Web site)
  2. Marsalis' Sharp Social Critiques Come with Cool Riffs Every decade or so, jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis says, he makes a political album.

York City

  1. In the late 1990s he shared an apartment in New York City with Wynton Marsalis for a brief period.

Genius

  1. Wynton Marsalis has been appropriately described as a level raiser whose breadth of talent is equated with genius.

Jazz Trumpeters

  1. With a forward by Wynton Marsalis, the book takes off on a whirlwind tour of jazz trumpeters, emphasizing the pioneers who led the way. (Web site)

Generation

  1. Even albums by this era's biggest star, Wynton Marsalis, the most famous jazz musician of his generation, have not been faring very well. (Web site)
  2. By the mid-1980's jazz begins to bounce back led by Wynton Marsalis and a new generation of musicians. (Web site)

Career

  1. During his career, Wynton Marsalis has managed to be a controversial figure despite his obvious abilities. (Web site)
  2. Early in his career, he was a protg of fellow New Orleans native Wynton Marsalis. (Web site)

Careers

  1. Over the years, Wynton Marsalis has encouraged the careers of trumpeter Terence Blanchard, pianist Harry Connick, Jr., and others. (Web site)
  2. In its later versions, the Messengers even spurred the careers of younger traditionalists, including Wynton Marsalis. (Web site)

Label

  1. Even Wynton Marsalis, perhaps the most famous living jazz musician, doesn't sell many records; he doesn't even have a label.

Year

  1. A month later, he recorded Herbie Hancock Quartet with Wynton Marsalis, released in the US the following year.

High School

  1. During a workshop in high school, Wynton Marsalis discovered him and encouraged him to study in New York City.
  2. It was there that he contacted Wynton Marsalis, whom Davenport had met in high school when he was still playing classical trumpet.

Hubbard

  1. Trumpeter Wynton Marsalis says that Hubbard was one of his main influences.

Ballet

  1. In 1993 Mr. Sadin was invited by Wynton Marsalis and Peter Martins to conduct and record the premiere of the ballet "Jazz" at the New York City Ballet. (Web site)

Jazz History

  1. Still only in his early 40s, Wynton Marsalis has made a lasting name for himself in jazz history.

Traditional Style

  1. Wynton Marsalis, Chick Corea and Ahmad Jamal had great performances playing in more of the traditional style.

Couple Years

  1. But within a couple years he would develop a style all his own, one that would influence generations of musicians, including Wynton Marsalis. (Web site)

First

  1. It was here that he first met and studied with master drummer Max Roach, leading trumpeter and educator, Wynton Marsalis and Jazz historian Martin Williams. (Web site)

Long List

  1. He had a long list of notable friends, including Hunter Thompson and Wynton Marsalis.

Willie Nelson

  1. What Willie Nelson and Wynton Marsalis have created is a compilation of jump-blues standards with arrangements that compliment both genres. (Web site)

American Culture

  1. A trumpeter, composer, bandleader and educator, New Orleans native Wynton Marsalis has helped propel jazz to the forefront of American culture. (Web site)

Band

  1. Each band that sent in a recording received a detailed critique of their performance and a certificate signed by Wynton Marsalis. (Web site)

Orleans Jazz

  1. Dr. Michael White has been the guest director at several Jazz at Lincoln Center concerts relating to New Orleans jazz, often working with Wynton Marsalis. (Web site)

Traditionalists

  1. Today, most casual jazz listeners and even traditionalists like Wynton Marsalis consider late-period Coltrane unlistenable. (Web site)

Artists

  1. Many of these artists, notably Wynton Marsalis, called what they were doing jazz and in fact strove to define what the term actually meant.
  2. In 1980 Plaxico moved to New York and soon began to appear with such artists as Chet Baker, Dexter Gordon and Wynton Marsalis.

Branford Marsalis

  1. Wynton Marsalis recorded one side of an album with his father Ellis and Branford Marsalis, called For Fathers and Sons. (Web site)

Kenny Barron

  1. She started her solo career in 1994, and began playing with some of jazz's luminaries: Brown, Kenny Barron, Wynton Marsalis and Cassandra Wilson. (Web site)

Terence Blanchard

  1. Two of the leading trumpeters of the 1980s Jazz Resurgence, Wynton Marsalis and Terence Blanchard signed with the label in 2003.
  2. He started playing trumpet in the fourth grade and knew Wynton Marsalis (a major influence) and Terence Blanchard when he was a child.

Herbie Hancock

  1. Talks about Wynton Marsalis, Herbie Hancock, Pat Metheny, and, through adaptation of traditional arrangements, leaving a legacy of jazz.

Hargrove

  1. Hargrove has played primarily with jazz musicians with stellar careers, from Wynton Marsalis to Herbie Hancock.
  2. Hargrove was born in Dallas, Texas, and was discovered as a potential jazz talent when Wynton Marsalis visited his high school. (Web site)
  3. Encouraged by no less than Wynton Marsalis, Hargrove was young and sharp enough to be included in the '80's "Young Lions" hype.

Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra

  1. The group was a featured guest artist at the Apollo Theater with the Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra.
  2. He has contributed a large percentage of the arrangements performed by Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra. (Web site)
  3. Their fortuitous meeting resulted in Gordon joining the Wynton Marsalis Septet, as well as the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, in 1989. (Web site)

Wynton

  1. Wilner has worked with Wynton Marsalis on a ballet piece composed by Wynton and choreographed by Zhongmei Li that was performed at the Library of Congress. (Web site)

Orleans

  1. Q: New Orleans has a rich jazz tradition and an impressive reputation for jazz trumpeters, from Louis Armstrong to Wynton Marsalis. (Web site)
  2. His definitive recording is a solo set for Orleans; Barker can also be heard late in life on records by Wynton Marsalis and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band.

Work

  1. Trombone player Wycliffe Gordon is best known for his work with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, under the direction of jazz maestro, Wynton Marsalis. (Web site)

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  2. Culture > Arts > Music > Jazz
  3. Culture > Arts > Music > Trumpet
  4. Arts > Music > Musicians > Miles Davis
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