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- Wynton Marsalis (born October 18, 1961) is an American trumpeter and composer.
- Wynton Marsalis is one of the leading jazz trumpeters over the last 30 years and has far more jazz material released than classical.
- Wynton Marsalis is taking new steps and in doing so achieves a sometimes-mystical radiance in his writing and performance.
- Wynton Marsalis (pronounced: mar-sal-us) was born to Dolores Ferdinand and Ellis Marsalis, Jr., a New Orleans-based music teacher and pianist.
- 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.
- Marcus Roberts is a phenomial pianist whom I became familiar with through the likes of Wynton Marsalis.
- For 20 years, Wynton Marsalis has probably been the most famous living jazz musician.
- Maurice André, Ludwig Güttler, Wynton Marsalis, and Hakan Hardenberger are some well-known piccolo trumpet players.
- Maurice André, Håkan Hardenberger, and Wynton Marsalis are some well-known piccolo trumpet players.
- Maurice Andre, Wynton Marsalis and Hakan Hardenberger are some of the more well-known piccolo trumpet players.
- Goines has made quite a name for himself with such seminal groups as the Wynton Marsalis Septet and the Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra.
- Jazz great Wynton Marsalis will be appearing with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra in its annual performance at the Chicago Symphony Center.
- Marcus Roberts began his professional career performing with jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis.
- The following story on jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis was published in Isthmus on April 24, 1998.
- At 12, Payton impressed Wynton Marsalis, who was calling his father, with his trumpet over the phone.
- An 18-year-old youngster named Wynton Marsalis, trumpet in hand, heralds the future alongside his brother in Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers.
- This magical first concert saw famed trumpeter Wynton Marsalis join the group during the second half.
- The most famous jazz musician since 1980, Wynton Marsalis made a major impact on jazz almost from the start.
- His European popularity continues to explode, and he has recently shared the stage with Wynton Marsalis at Lincoln Center and Diana Krall at Montreaux.
- In the case of Wynton Marsalis these efforts met with critical acclaim.
- Wynton Marsalis hardly needs an introduction.
- ET) that also will include performances by Wynton Marsalis and Tim McGraw.
- Associated with this interest was the trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, who was also acclaimed for his performances of classical music.
- The video concludes with a performance by The Wynton Marsalis Quartet.
- Wynton Marsalis, one of today's best jazz trumpeters, makes the jump to classical a resounding success.
- Marsalis' Sharp Social Critiques Come with Cool Riffs Every decade or so, jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis says, he makes a political album.
- In the late 1990s he shared an apartment in New York City with Wynton Marsalis for a brief period.
- Wynton Marsalis has been appropriately described as a level raiser whose breadth of talent is equated with genius.
- With a forward by Wynton Marsalis, the book takes off on a whirlwind tour of jazz trumpeters, emphasizing the pioneers who led the way.
- Even albums by this era's biggest star, Wynton Marsalis, the most famous jazz musician of his generation, have not been faring very well.
- By the mid-1980's jazz begins to bounce back led by Wynton Marsalis and a new generation of musicians.
- During his career, Wynton Marsalis has managed to be a controversial figure despite his obvious abilities.
- Early in his career, he was a protg of fellow New Orleans native Wynton Marsalis.
- Over the years, Wynton Marsalis has encouraged the careers of trumpeter Terence Blanchard, pianist Harry Connick, Jr., and others.
- In its later versions, the Messengers even spurred the careers of younger traditionalists, including Wynton Marsalis.
- Even Wynton Marsalis, perhaps the most famous living jazz musician, doesn't sell many records; he doesn't even have a label.
- A month later, he recorded Herbie Hancock Quartet with Wynton Marsalis, released in the US the following year.
- During a workshop in high school, Wynton Marsalis discovered him and encouraged him to study in New York City.
- It was there that he contacted Wynton Marsalis, whom Davenport had met in high school when he was still playing classical trumpet.
- Trumpeter Wynton Marsalis says that Hubbard was one of his main influences.
- 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.
- Still only in his early 40s, Wynton Marsalis has made a lasting name for himself in jazz history.
- Wynton Marsalis, Chick Corea and Ahmad Jamal had great performances playing in more of the traditional style.
- But within a couple years he would develop a style all his own, one that would influence generations of musicians, including Wynton Marsalis.
- 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.
- He had a long list of notable friends, including Hunter Thompson and Wynton Marsalis.
- What Willie Nelson and Wynton Marsalis have created is a compilation of jump-blues standards with arrangements that compliment both genres.
- A trumpeter, composer, bandleader and educator, New Orleans native Wynton Marsalis has helped propel jazz to the forefront of American culture.
- Each band that sent in a recording received a detailed critique of their performance and a certificate signed by Wynton Marsalis.
- 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.
- Today, most casual jazz listeners and even traditionalists like Wynton Marsalis consider late-period Coltrane unlistenable.
- Many of these artists, notably Wynton Marsalis, called what they were doing jazz and in fact strove to define what the term actually meant.
- In 1980 Plaxico moved to New York and soon began to appear with such artists as Chet Baker, Dexter Gordon and Wynton Marsalis.
- Wynton Marsalis recorded one side of an album with his father Ellis and Branford Marsalis, called For Fathers and Sons.
- She started her solo career in 1994, and began playing with some of jazz's luminaries: Brown, Kenny Barron, Wynton Marsalis and Cassandra Wilson.
- Two of the leading trumpeters of the 1980s Jazz Resurgence, Wynton Marsalis and Terence Blanchard signed with the label in 2003.
- He started playing trumpet in the fourth grade and knew Wynton Marsalis (a major influence) and Terence Blanchard when he was a child.
- Talks about Wynton Marsalis, Herbie Hancock, Pat Metheny, and, through adaptation of traditional arrangements, leaving a legacy of jazz.
- Hargrove has played primarily with jazz musicians with stellar careers, from Wynton Marsalis to Herbie Hancock.
- Hargrove was born in Dallas, Texas, and was discovered as a potential jazz talent when Wynton Marsalis visited his high school.
- Encouraged by no less than Wynton Marsalis, Hargrove was young and sharp enough to be included in the '80's "Young Lions" hype.
- The group was a featured guest artist at the Apollo Theater with the Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra.
- He has contributed a large percentage of the arrangements performed by Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra.
- Their fortuitous meeting resulted in Gordon joining the Wynton Marsalis Septet, as well as the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, in 1989.
- 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.
- Q: New Orleans has a rich jazz tradition and an impressive reputation for jazz trumpeters, from Louis Armstrong to Wynton Marsalis.
- 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.
- Trombone player Wycliffe Gordon is best known for his work with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, under the direction of jazz maestro, Wynton Marsalis.
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