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  1. New Wave! is an album by Dizzy Gillespie consisting of live and studio performances recorded in and released on the Philips label in Reception. In his Down Beat magazine review of March 14, jazz critic Don DeMichael wrote that "Dizzy plays marvelously on this record There's a spirit evident that is all too often missing from.
  2. Dizzy Gillespie was a giant in the jazz world--a virtuoso player, composer, arranger, innovator of bebop, and forerunner of Afro-Cuban music. While he received musical training as a child, he taught himself to play trumpet. In he joined a Philadelphia band where he picked up the “Dizzy.
  3. Dizzy Gillespie, American jazz trumpeter, composer, and bandleader who was one of the seminal figures of the bebop movement. A noted composer, his songbook is a list of bebop’s greatest hits; ‘Salt Peanuts,’ ‘Woody ’n’ You,’ ‘Con Alma,’ ‘Groovin’ High,’ and ‘A Night in Tunisia’ all became jazz standards.
  4. Die CD Dizzy Gillespie: The Complete Big Band Studio Sessions jetzt probehören und portofrei kaufen. Mehr von Dizzy Gillespie gibt es im Shop. The Complete Big Band Studio Sessions auf 7 CDs Sometimes I'm happy (, New York) 7. Hörprobe Track 7: Quincy's tune ( 3/5(3).
  5. The audacity, the elan of Dizzy Gillespie at his peak — with his ideas amplified by a big band considered revolutionary in its day — still dazzle 46 years after these live concert recordings.
  6. Oct 19,  · Dizzy's Blues. The Dizzy Gillespie big band assembled for this Newport Jazz Festival recording featured many members that had just been touring together internationally as .
  7. The Dizzy Gillespie Big Band is the direct descendant of these ventures and happily, the tradition lives on, nurtured by Gillespie alumnus, executive director and producer, bassist John Lee. Together they continue to delight audiences around the world with the enduring power and freshness of Dizzy Gillespie’s music.
  8. The All Stars perform as an ensemble of , and the program material is based on the music of the 40s and 50s. This includes tunes such as “A Night In Tunisia”, “Anthropology”, “BeBop”, “Birks Works”, “Blue ‘N’ Boogie”, “Con Alma”, “Dizzy Atmosphere”, “Groovin’ High” “Hot House”, “Oop-Pop-Sh’-Bam”, “Ow”, “Salt Peanuts” and many others.

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