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Masters Of Jazz: Clark Terry~ Recorded Performance


This compilation includes three recordings (Clark Terry's Serenade To A Bus Seat, Thelonious Monk's Pannonica and Dizzy Gillespie's Ow) from a Paris recording session on 1959. Incudes new liner notes by Chris Albertson.

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Jazz Piano Solo Volume 1: Miles Davis~ Instrumental Album (Piano)
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  • SeriesJazz Piano Solos
  • BrandHal Leonard

New piano solo arrangements of 17 classic tunes by the great Miles Davis.

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The Henry Allen Collection - Volume 6 1941-1946~ Recorded Performance


The recordings on this compact disc have been transferred as far as possible from the original 78 rpm records and processed in analogue form to present all of the recorded information at correct pitch.

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Clark Terry/Ernie Wilkins: Live At Montmartre~ Recorded Performance
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This previously unreleased music was recorded live by the Danish Radio at the famous jazz club Montmartre, in Copenhagen, in June, 1975.

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Ben Webster: Live At Kings And Queens Providence, Rhode Island~ Recorded Performance
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Recorded at the ”Kings & Queens”, Providence, Rhode Island, December 7, 1963 The wonderful Ben Webster Session gives us an insight into the most productive and yet turbulent period of his life.

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Aebersold Volume 7: Miles Davis~ Backing Tracks (All Instruments, Melody Line & Chords)
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Eight classic jazz originals written by Miles Davis. This is a unique way to learn eight of the most popular songs of the Fifties. These tunes are considered jazz classics because most all jazz musicians around the world have learned them. And the reason so many jazz musicians have learned them is because they are all such interesting vehicles for improvising and interesting chord changes, altered bridges and logical melodies that have been quoted in many compositions throughout the music world. Gain an insight into early Miles and gain an understanding of the transitional bop to post-bop period.


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