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Trumpeters Sililoquy - Don Jacoby - Have Conns Will Travel! (CD)


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  1. Entdecken Sie Have Conns, Will Travel Medley: Napoli / Ode For Trumpet / Dramatic Essay For Trumpet / Carnival Variations / Jacob Jones / Goodnight My Someone & Seventy-Six Trombone / Trumpeter's Soliloquy / Marcheta / The Holy City von Don Jacoby bei Amazon Music. Werbefrei streamen oder als CD und MP3 kaufen bei guispurobalarinenepsatasbuejer.coinfo
  2. What I found most amazing was how the trumpet sound changed over the centuries. The clarion call of the Baroque trumpet in contrast to the sound of Anderson's A bugler's holiday for example. I do not think that any other CD provides such a vivid introduction to what the trumpet can do and how composers have used it/5(22).
  3. Features The 50 Best Jazz Trumpeters Of All Time. The best jazz trumpeters in history have been at the centre of almost every major revolution in .
  4. Trumpet-like instruments have historically been used as signaling devices in battle or hunting, with examples dating back to at least BC. Trumpets are used in art music styles, for instance in orchestras, concert bands, and jazz ensembles, as well as in popular music.
  5. Some of the first music I remember coming out of it were records by trumpeters Don Jacoby, his Have Conns Will Travel, and Rafael Mendez, featuring "Perpetual Motion." Amazing, both then and now. PT: At what age did you begin playing the trumpet? Did you have formal lessons in school or did you pick it up on your own?
  6. DON JACOBY Vinyl Records and CDs American jazz trumpeter and Band Leader Born: January 30, in York, Pennsylvania. Died: December 25, in Dallas, Texas.
  7. John Haynie and Mark Hindsley Experiment: Cornet vs. Trumpet. Compact disc. Item John Haynie Collection CD 8 (2 copies) Item 4: Have Conns, Will Travel featuring Don Jacoby Request Reading Room Access Request Duplication Services. Conn/ Stellation Records / C38B Record # Album #6.
  8. Don "Jake" Jacoby was a noted recording artist, trumpet teacher, bandleader and author who played with Benny Goodman, Les Brown, and did session work for CBS and NBC. Jacoby spent much of his life teaching and giving clinics for the Conn Corporation. He recorded Dramatic Essay for Conn under the album title Have Conns Will Travel.

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