1 edition of trumpet of Roy Eldridge, 1929-1944 found in the catalog.
trumpet of Roy Eldridge, 1929-1944
|Statement||compiled by Jan Evensmo.|
|Series||Jazz solography series ;, vol. 10|
|LC Classifications||ML156.7.E4 E9 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||47 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||81111055|
Roy Eldridge chronology; Happy Time () The Trumpet Kings at Montreux '75 () Professional ratings; Review scores; Source Rating; Allmusic: The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide: Happy Time is a studio album by Roy Eldridge. Track listing "Sweethearts on Genre: Jazz. May 4, - One of the greatest of trumpet players - one in a wonderful historic line of Louis Armstrong, Roy Eldridge, Dizzy Gillespie, Clark Terry, Miles Davis, Lee Morgan, Roy Hargrove // (see my board "Bird 'n Diz BeBop" for earlier pics and graphics). See more ideas about Dizzy gillespie, Miles davis and Roy eldridge pins.
Dizzy Gillespie: 'Roy and Diz' August 1, • Dizzy Gillespie once said that he heard Roy Eldridge playing trumpet and uttered, "That's the job I want." Later, the two musicians were bitter. Performer: Roy Eldridge And His Orchestra; Roy Eldridge Writer: George Gershwin; Ira Gershwin Instrumental; Fox Trot; Trumpet Solo. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are mil truncated eliptical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated eliptical.
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David Roy Eldridge, nicknamed "Little Jazz", was an American jazz trumpet player. His sophisticated use of harmony, including the use of tritone substitutions, his virtuosic solos exhibiting a departure from the dominant style of jazz trumpet innovator Louis Armstrong, and his strong impact on Dizzy Gillespie mark him as one of the most influential musicians of the swing era and a precursor of bebop.
A child prodigy, Eldridge began his professional career in when, on New Year’s Eve, he played the drums in his elder brother’s band. He went to New York City in and played in the trumpet sections of bands led by Cecil Scott, Elmer Snowden, and Teddy Hill.
1) Songs from the same sessions as: "Dizzy Gillespie & Roy Eldridge - Diz & Roy LP" (VE2 ), recorded in Oct. '54 with Gillespie and Eldridge on trumpets, Oscar Peterson on piano, Herb Ellis on guitar, Ray Brown on bass and Louis Bellson on drums. 2) One extra Ballad Medley, more like a battle between Roy and Diz, recorded in Nov.
' Trumpet, Soloist – Dizzy Gillespie: B3: Can't We Be Friends Trumpet, Soloist – Roy Eldridge: B4: Don't You Kown Piano, Soloist – Oscar Peterson: B5: I Don't Know Why I Love You Like I Do Trumpet, Soloist – Dizzy Gillespie: B6: If I Had You Trumpet, Soloist – Roy Eldridge.
Tenor Saxophone – Stan Getz Trumpet – Roy Eldridge: Clo's Blues Tenor Saxophone – Coleman Hawkins: Phil's Tune Trumpet – Roy Eldridge: Mic's Jump Trumpet – Dizzy Gillespie: Crazy Hamp Bass – Buddy Banks (2) Clarinet – Milton "Mezz" Mezzrow* Drums – Lionel Hampton Piano – André Persiany 5/5(1).
Trumpet – Roy Eldridge Vocals – Anita Love (tracks: A1 to A6), Roy Eldridge (tracks: A1 to A6). Roy Eldridge, a jazz trumpeter who was the connecting link in the line that went from the pioneering Louis Armstrong to the modernist innovator Dizzy Gillespie, died Sunday at Franklin General Hospital in Valley Stream, L.I.
He was 78 years old. A nursing supervisor contacted last. The Trumpet of Roy Eldridge with a critical assessment of all his known records and broadcasts EVENSMO, Jan (comp.) Published by Jan Evensmo nd.
s, [Hosle, Norway] (). He was able to use little pressure because he created compression with the tongue. In Jerome Callet's Trumpet Secrets book it says in a section, 'Listen to some of the great trumpeters who played with the forward tongue: Roy Eldridge (who lost all.
Roy David Eldridge was a jazz trumpet player in the Swing era. His sophisticated use of harmony, including the use of tritone substitutions, resulted in him sometimes being seen as the link between Louis Armstrong-era swing music and Dizzy Gillespie-era bebop.
Mostly small bands under Roy's leadership, ss. Dazzling stuff; Roy was always intense, both on the pyrotechnical numbers and the ballads, and this is first-rate Eldridge. I hadn't heard any recordings of Roy Eldridge in his prime, so I'm glad I got this CD.
Truly one of the all-time greats on trumpet.5/5(6). Happy Birthday # to Roy Eldridge, who in addition to being one of the great trumpet players of his time, is known as the "bridge" between Armstrong and Dizzy.
I loved the brightness of his playing, and for contributing to one of the great moments in jazz -- his vocal duet with Anita O'Day, leading into a seldom-in-a-generation trumpet solo on "Let Me Off Uptown."When I was a kid, my dad.
A stroke in stopped him from playing the trumpet, but Eldridge continued to make music as a singer and pianist until his death in Selected Discography.
After You've Gone, GRP/Decca, Little Jazz: The Best of the Verve Years, Verve, Roy and Diz, Verve, Just You Just Me, Stash, Montreux '77, Original Jazz Classics, Roy Eldridge was a virtuoso trumpeter who extended the trumpet's range and its playing style and his playing led to the development of be-bop.
"Little Jazz" was born on. Eldridge, Roy - - Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & 5/5(2). Allmusic awarded the album 4½ stars stating "This release features the swing-inflected trumpet of Roy Eldridge combined with the always cosmopolitan-sounding alto sax of the venerable Benny Carter.
This combination was quite fortuitous because Eldridge took his main inspiration not from Louis Armstrong, but from saxophonists Carter and Coleman Hawkins, transposing that rapid arpeggio style Genre: Jazz.
Roy Eldridge (born JanuPittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - died FebruValley Stream, New York, USA) also known as "Little Jazz", was an American jazz trumpeter. He was a prominent soloist with the bands of Fletcher Henderson, Gene Krupa and Artie Shaw as well as featured in Norman Granz 's Jazz at the Philharmonic events.
The Trumpet Kings Meet Joe Turner is an album by vocalist Big Joe Turner with trumpeters Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge, Harry "Sweets" Edison and Clark Terry Genre: Jazz.
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Roy is featured in big and small band settings in the first set ().A few songs from the Delta four start things off and the rest of the disc is all Roy's big band recordings from Many of these tracks can be found on Decca's "after you've gone" ng big band at it's best.5/5(2).
The novel, according to one definition, is a lengthy piece of prose that has something wrong with it. Jazz, according to a similar formulation by the trumpeter Roy Eldridge, "is supposed to .John Birks "Dizzy" Gillespie (/ ɡ ɪ ˈ l ɛ s p i /; Octo – January 6, ) was an American jazz trumpeter, bandleader, composer, and singer.
He was a trumpet virtuoso and improviser, building on the virtuoso style of Roy Eldridge but adding layers of harmonic and rhythmic complexity previously unheard in jazz.
His combination of musicianship, showmanship, and wit made him a Born: OctoCheraw, South Carolina, U.S.