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Trumpet Articulations in Jazz – by Charlie Porter

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on September 23, 2017

 

 

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Animated Sheet Music – So What – by Miles Davis

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on September 15, 2017

 

Thursday, November 3rd — music clip of the day

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on November 3, 2016

Miles Davis (with Wayne Shorter, saxophones; Chick Corea, keyboards; Dave Holland, bass; Jack DeJohnette, drums), live, Paris, 1969* ********** lagniappe baseball: Chicago Cubs It’s going to take a while, maybe a year or two, for this to sink in. ***** *Setlist (courtesy of YouTube): 1. Introduction 0:00 2. Directions 0:34 3. Bitches Brew 8:33 4. […]

via Thursday, November 3rd — music clip of the day

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“Fireworks” Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five on Okeh 8597 (1928)

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on July 8, 2016
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G. Torelli – Complete Trumpet Concertos

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on July 2, 2016

Eduard Artemyev – Melody from a film “At Home Among Strangers” – Mikhail Gaiduk, trumpet

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on June 29, 2016

 

 

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Miles Davis Ballads and Blues full jazz album

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on June 11, 2016

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Trumpet Lesson 5 – SHAPE – Pitch Change

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Wynton Marsalis – Hindemith Trumpet Sonata

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on May 28, 2016

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 As controversial as he is popular, Wynton Learson Marsalis is one of the most prominent jazz musicians of the modern era and is also a well-known instrumentalist in classical music. Currently the Musical Director of Jazz at Lincoln Center Wynton Marsalis has received many awards for his musical proficiency. These awards run the gambit of Grammys to a controversial awarding of the Pulitzer Prize for Music for his three and half hour jazz oratorio CD box set Blood on the Fields, the first jazz album to win this award. Born in a musically oriented family in the New Orleans jazz scene at a young age Wynton was exposed to many legendary jazz musicians. Some of these musicians were Al Hirt, who gave Wynton his first trumpet when he was 6 years of age and Danny Barker, a legendary jazz banjoist who lead the Fairview Baptist Church band which Wynton was playing in when he was eight. Wynton was very active musically during high school and was a member in many New Orleans musical organizations such as the N.O. symphony brass quintet, the N.O. community concert band, N.O. youth orchestra, N.O. symphony and a popular local funk band called the Creators. In 1978 he had a two-year stay at the Juilliard School of Music before joining the Jazz Messengers to study under master drummer and bandleader, Art Blakey. Not long after that he toured with the Herbie Hancock quartet before forming his own band. After many concerts and workshops Wynton rekindled widespread interest in an art form that had been largely abandoned. He has invested his creative energy and status in being an advocate for a relatively small era in the history of jazz. His advocacy in this area has garnered much controversy for his “classicist” view of jazz history considering post-1965 avant-garde playing to be outside of jazz and 1970s fusion to be barren. This viewpoint was promoted strongly in Ken Burns’ documentary Jazz; a documentary Wynton was artistic director and co-producer. However despite his controversial views few disagree that his musical abilities in both jazz and classical music are high impressive and worthy of the high praise it often receives.

Warm Up and Practice Techniques on a Trumpet, Part 1

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on May 2, 2016
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Wynton Marsalis Plays Blue Note Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra 2015

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on April 26, 2016

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The Moontrane – Freddie Hubbard & Woody Shaw

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on March 10, 2016

Poulenc Trio for horn, trumpet, and trombone

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on January 6, 2016
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From Kurt Civilette’s MSU faculty recital, March 2012, featuring Rich Illman and Ava Ordman.

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Kind Of Blue – Miles Davis Documentary

Posted in Jazz Artists, Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on January 5, 2016

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Wynton Marsalis – Jazz in Marciac 2009

Posted in Genres, Jazz Artists, Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on November 29, 2015
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Jazz Trumpeter – FREDDIE HUBBARD – Crisis

Posted in Uncategorized by Higher Density Blog on October 25, 2015
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Robert Sullivan – trumpet master class

Posted in Trumpet by Higher Density Blog on August 29, 2015

Håkan Hardenberger: How To Anticipate Pitch And Breathe

Posted in Instruments by Higher Density Blog on August 29, 2015
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LSO Masterclass – Trumpet

Posted in Instruments by Higher Density Blog on August 25, 2015
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Every Day And Every Night I Dream Of You.m4v

Posted in Jazz by Higher Density Blog on May 23, 2015

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Duško Gojković-

from the album Samba Tzigane- 2006

Duško Gojković (also spelled as Dusko Goykovich, born October 14, 1931, Jajce, Yugoslavia, now Bosnia and Herzegovina), Serbian jazz trumpeter and composer.He studied in Belgrade Music Academy from 1948 to 1953. He played trumpet in a number of jazz Dixieland bands and, though only 18 years of age, joined Big Band of Radio Belgrade. After five years spent there he grew into a seasoned musician and decided to continue his career in West Germany.In 1956 he recorded his first LP as a member of Frankfurt All Stars band. Next four years he spent as a member of Kurt Edelhagen’s orchestra as a first trumpet. In these years he played with legends such as Chet Baker or Stan Getz. In 1958 he performed at Newport Jazz Festival and drew much attention on both sides of the Ocean.

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