New Orleans. King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band best captured. New Orleans jazz music. Oliver played the trombone as a child. While playing in the band of Edward .
Louis Armstrong's triumphant return to Europe. Take a tour of the places where Jazz music came of age and see the spaces where early sound of Jazz would take root and spread.
This famous band consisted of some of the greatest jazz musicians. Oliver played cornet, Johnson played bass, Johnny Dodds played. Baby Dodds played on the Drums. Armstrong was immediately popular and added. King Oliver's band. They were recorded in 1. New Orleans jazz band.
Louis Armstrong was born in New Orleans, the 'Birthplace of Jazz.' Soon after Louis was born Louis' father abandoned his mother and Louis and his little sister Beatrice were sent to live with their grandmother. At the age of five, Louis and his sister returned to live. Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra was one of the most popular bands in Jazz history and one of the driving forces of Swing style that came to dominate popular music of the 1930s and 1940s. In 1928 Armstrong began fronting.
The Band played in Chicago's. Lincoln Gardens until 1. From 1. 92. 5- 1.
Oliver led the Dixie. Syncopators at the Plantation Cafe. During a disastrous tour in 1. Joe. Oliver made the biggest error of his career. He was offered a position as. New York. Oliver was unsatisfied.
As a result, The. Cotton Club hired a young man named Duke Ellington. By 1. 92. 9, Oliver's. Oliver's career. Although Oliver died in relative. Jazz Age, and his contributions to. More. On King Oliver. Edward. . His New Orleans band ( formed in 1.
King Oliver, Louis Armstrong, Johnny. Dobbs, Sidney Bechet, and many others. Ory brought the New Orleans sound. Los Angeles in 1. He became the leader of the first African American. New Orleans jazz music in 1.
This recording included. King Oliver, Louis Armstrong. Jelly Roll Morton, and was unparalleled in his mastery of the trombone. His mentor had been Joe .
Oliver. had often sent Armstrong out on jobs that he could not fit into his schedule. In 1. 92. 1, King Oliver wired. Armstrong from Chicago and asked Louis to join him in Chicago's Lincoln.
Gardens. This was a pivotal point in Armstrong's life. Armstrong felt that.
Louis Armstrong (August 4, 1901 – July 6, 1971), nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, was an American trumpeter, composer, singer and occasional actor who was one of the most influential figures in jazz. His career spanned five decades, from the 1920s to the 1960s. The story of how jazz great Louis Armstrong got his start playing in Chicago clubs, how he was framed on a drug charge, and his travels throughout Europe, where he first gained worldwide fame.
New Orleans was his home, but he admired King Oliver too much to reject. Later in life, Armstrong stated, . This awed jazz enthusiasts, and word of Louis' talent spread. While King Oliver was Armstrong's mentor, his talent. Louis'. He accepted. Fletcher Henderson, the leader of one of the most prestigious.
New York City. It was from Fletcher Henderson that Louis. Through this band, Louis. At the. Rosewood Ballroom on Broadway, Armstrong added the classic New Orleans. Amazed by Louis'.
Henderson incorporated Louis' rhythmic improvisation. From 1. 92. 5- 1.
Louis Hot Five and Hot. These works, along with several collaborative.
Earl Hines, were Louis most important works of the 1. He influenced the. Louis Armstrong was the first. His smooth sound was especially popular. Beiderbecke was sent to school in Chicago, but ended.
He joined the Wolverines. Beiderbecke then played with Frankie. Trumbauer's band in St. In 1. 92. 6, Bix joined the Jean Goldkette Orchestra.
Beiderbecke nation wide acclaim. In 1. 92. 7. he joined the Paul Whiteman orchestra. Beiderbecke's polished sound and.
Whiteman's. orchestra. Bix Beiderbecke was a true Jazz age musician. Alcoholism and. disillusionment were the causes of his death in 1. Roll Morton. Jelly Roll Morton was the first great composer of jazz music. He was also. one of the first jazz musicians to travel the country and spread the .
Having grown. up in New Orleans, Morton excelled as a jazz pianist and vocalist, and. By 1. 92. 5, Morton had settled. Chicago, and recorded his compositions. While Louis Armstrong was changing.
Jelly Roll Morton was recording with the Red. Hot Peppers in the New Orleans style, which stressed collective improvisation. Armstrong. After a move to New York in 1. Morton faded into relative obscurity. He failed to alter his style and. Paul. Whiteman was the King of symphonic jazz in the 1. Whiteman gained most.
Bing Crosby, Bix. Beiderbecke, Tommy Dorsey, Johnny Mercer, and many more. One of the most. important contributions of Whitman was his commission of Gershwin to write. Whiteman's band also recorded his own composition, . Although Whiteman's band. He added the flavor of the jazz sound without becoming. Duke. The 1. 92. 0s served as Ellington's road to fame and fortune.
Ellington was. born in Washington, DC., and began his musical career there with his first. Duke's Serenaders. In 1. 92. 3, Duke moved to New York, where he would. Between 1. 92. 3 and 1. Ellington. solidified his future in the entertainment industry of New York. The Washingtonians. Ellington's band) had regularly played Club Hollywood, which later became.
Club Kentucky. After his last season at the Club Kentucky in 1. The. Ellington Orchestra accepted a job at the Cotton Club.
They became famous. Jazz fans, both African American and white. Ellington's Orchestra. It was during this time when.
Ellington began to diligently compose music. Over the next forty years. Ellington became one of the most important composers of the twentieth century. Having played in Pittsburgh for several years, Hines moved to Chicago. In Chicago, Hines found himself in high demand with the top jazz.
Hines and Louis Armstrong became aquatinted while Hines. Carroll Dickerson's band in 1. After playing gigs together. King Oliver's duet, . His improvisation and counter rhythms.
Armstrong and other famous jazz musicians. In 1. 92. 8 Hines started.
Grand Terrace. Over the next 2. Grand Terrace Band, including. Dizzy Gillespie, Billy Eckstein, and Charlie .
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