As soon as the concert started I was utterly ravished by the opening number. The only popular symphonic orchestra in New York-- the New York Pops presented one of Billy Strayhorn's jazz classics, Take the a Train, took me traveling through big apple, down into the eastern Brooklyn, up into the northern Manhattan. The jazzy vibe, gosh, killed me softly. The reason why I chose a Jazz concert for my concert report was because I was also very fond of Jazz. I liked the feeling that Jazz provided.
Many consider Armstrong's ability to play the trumpet one gifted to mankind by the heavens, meaning, there was no one that ever had or ever would be able to do it like him. -Scott yanow,Although it is said Louis could master any style of playing, his was identified by its sheer power and the pure soul that he was able to incorporate. His ways served as an enormous inspiration for not only musicians to come but those of his own time as well. Throughout the majority of his career he heavily enforced solo act type performances, much reason behind this had to do with just how overpowering his sound really was. An other reason for this was his incredible improvisational skill, which allowed him to provide an audience with endless fascination.
Due to all his hard work, Oliver is recognized for having raised the bar of jazz through his famous solo piece, Dippermouth Blues (1923) which was a treat for many 1920s trumpeters and led to the arrival of Sugar Foot Stomp. Oliver also showed his vocal abilities through his blues song Sippie
The concert was held at Jazz at the Bistro. It was a tribute to the great trumpet player and St. Louis native Clark Terry. The concert was performed by contemporary trumpet virtuoso Byron Stripling and the Jazz St. Louis Big Band. Clark Terry was a well-known and highly respected trumpeter and flugelhorn player who has had a tremendous influence on jazz and jazz culture in the music’s rich history. Clark Terry’s music deeply moved numerous jazz legends like Byron Stripling, who once said, “You don’t have to be a jazz fan.
Louis Armstrong is one of the most influential jazz musicians to ever live. His trumpet defined the role of the jazz soloist and revolutionized jazz itself, and his way of singing was every bit as influential as the instrument he played. His daring trumpet style and unique vocals paved his way to fame. Armstrong style of singing was not always as well liked as it is today. In the beginning, he struggled to make his voice heard.
Langston Hughes was one of the most influential figures during the Harlem Renaissance, which was a time when African Americans were finding their role in American Society. During this era some of the best jazz musicians to this day such as Count Basie, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong heavily influenced this movement. One of Langston Hughes poems, “Trumpet Player” portrayed how these musicians used jazz to express themselves and escape from the racial inequality at the time. Part I: Scansion and Analysis Trumpet Player is a short poem with a very moving and deep message. It is composed of six stanzas, the first four stanzas consist of eight lines, and the last two stanzas are comprised of four lines and one coda.
Although the title “band nerd” doesn’t sound as impressive as being a star athlete, I wear my uniform with pride. Playing trombone in the marching band has earned the top spot on my list of favorite high school activities. Being a member of the Ardmore High School Marching Band has been both a positive and challenging experience. When I was selected to serve as band president for the 2015 marching band, I was both honored and excited for the upcoming season. Winds of change swept across our band as the season began.
The artist that I decided to write my report on is Miles Davis. Miles Dewey Davis III was born on May 26, 1926 in Alton, Illinois and passed away on September 28, 1991 in Santa Monica, California. Miles Davis is remembered as one of the greatest Jazz musicians to ever live. He was one of the most influential Jazz artist of all time. Davis played the trumpet.
Of my ultimate goals was to make one of the most exclusive bands in Nebraska. When I was selected to play in the 2015 All-State honor band, my dream transpired. Since the seventh grade I have participated in jazz band along with concert band; I now play in my high school 's most selective jazz band. Humbled by my elite group members, I accept many improvisation solos to express my ideas and find my place among
The Jazz Age is a movement in the twenties in which jazz music became popular. Fitzgerald mentions jazz music whenever Gatsby is having one of his famous parties he does this because he wanted to stick to the main things that happened in the twenties. Also Fitzgerald talks about jazz during the parties, because this is when it was most played. Fitzgerald is the man who came up with all of the sayings for