[Dixielandjazz] Listening suggestions?
davidpalmquist at dccnet.com
Sat Mar 8 16:38:52 PST 2003
Small group work?
Dave Brubeck and Paul Desmond - Take 5 (not sure which CD's you'll find
this, but I put it in the essential category).
Ellington and Johnny Hodges - Play the Blues Back to Back
Ellington and Ray Brown - This One's for Blanton
Dick Hyman and Ruby Braff - Play Nice Tunes
Blue Reverie (from Goodman's 1938 Carnegie Hall concert)
Slightly larger ensembles?
Ellington's CD Blues in Orbit, particularly Track 360
David in Delta
At 06:22 07-03-03, dixielandjazz wrote:
>If you were going to make some suggestions of listening examples to a
>budding high school aged jazz musician, what albums (CDs) would you choose?
>I'm looking for small group (quartet, quintet, sextet) trumpet and rhythm
>section, sax and rhythm, or bone and rhythm section (or something close) CD
>suggestions and not necessarily the really old stuff...maybe 1940 - 1990.
>I'm just looking for the artist and CD title. Got any ideas for good
>listening material to inspire young musical minds? Thanks, all.
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