1 edition of guitars of Charlie Christian, Robert Normann [and] Oscar Aleman (in Europe) found in the catalog.
guitars of Charlie Christian, Robert Normann [and] Oscar Aleman (in Europe)
|Statement||compiled by Jan Evensmo.|
|Series||Jazz solography series -- vol. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
(Guitar). The concepts and fingerings in this book have been developed by analyzing the licks used by Charlie Christian. Chord shapes are moveable; thus one can play the riffs in virtually any key without difficulty by simply moving the shape, and fingerings used to play them, up or down the fingerboard/5(2). Guitar: Frank Christian. J Credit The New York Times Archives. See the article in its original context from J , Section C, Page 6 Buy Reprints. ROBERT PALMER.
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Here I like to put focus on a famous session from Septem that unites Benny Carter, Coleman Hawkins, Chu Berry and Ben Webster as the dream sax section with a young Dizzy Gillespie (trumpet), Clyde Hart (piano), Charlie Christian (guitar), Milt Hinton (double bass) and Cozy Cole (drums); Hampton leads the session and contributes both. Norman Lebrecht (born 11 July in London) is a British commentator on music and cultural affairs and a novelist. He was a columnist for The Daily Telegraph from until and assistant editor of the Evening Standard from until /5.
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Get this from a library. The guitars of Charlie Christian, Robert Normann, Oscar Aleman (in Europe): with a critical assessment of all their known records and broadcasts.
[Jan Evensmo]. favourite jazz guitar players, Charlie Christian, our Norwegian treasure Robert Normann, and “of course” the fabulous Oscar Marcelo Aleman, which I had learnt to know in Oslo Jazz Circle.
At that time we were only familiar with his European recordings, not even all of them, and the solography contained only three Size: KB. Career. Normann was an autodidact performer on the accordion and tenor saxophone, and eventually on the guitar as his main instrument.
He was one of the swing era's most sought guitar soloists in Norway, and was also a pioneer of electric guitar.
His first electric guitar was enabled in by constructing a pickup of copper wire, magnets and pitch, stolen from public phones. The guitars of Charlie Christian, Robert Normann, Oscar Aleman (in Europe): with a critical assessment of all their known records and broadcasts by Jan Evensmo (Book) Charlie Christian: [a step-by-step breakdown of the styles and techniques of the father of modern jazz guitar] by Charlie Christian (Visual).
Product description. Oscar Aleman - Swing Guitar Masterpieces - Cd Lingering in the Robert Normann [and] Oscar Aleman book of prebebop guitar legends such as Django Reinhardt, Oscar Alemán has been rendered to barely a blip in jazz reason is his non-American, non-European status, as precious few jazzers from outside these regions ever garnered acclaim/5(22).
The Guitars of Charlie Christian, Robert Normann, Oscar Aleman (in europe): with a critical assessment of all his known records and broadcasts EVENSMO, Jan (comp.) Published by Jan Evensmo nd. s, [Hosle, Norway] (). Volume 2: Jazz" (R.
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4, n. Charlie Christian () was one of the leading jazz guitarists of his generation, comparable to other greats such as Eddie Lang, Django Reinhardt or Joe Venuti. Before Christian's untimely death in at the age of 26, his career really only lasted through the years of and ; this disc contains music ranging throughout this period.5/5(3).
The Oscar Alemán Play-Along Book Vol. 1 is the first book dedicated to the music of Swing-era guitar master, Oscar Alemán. The book includes: Thirteen accurate transcriptions of melodies, harmonies and chords as played by Oscar Alemán from his recorded repertoire;Location: Seattle, WA.
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18, - First Half: Jazz Session III Second Half: Books and Ephemera from Estates & Consignments. Noon Start, am Preview. Page 7. (Book). Charlie Christian is regarded by many jazz historians as one of the major voices who shaped modern jazz in the early s. Although he made only a few records before his tragic death at his brilliant improvisations, phenomenal rhythmic drive, and blues-influenced guitar playing had already changed the course of jazz and the guitar's place in jazz for all/5.
By Russ: While Eddie Durham is often cited as the first to record an electric guitar solo in jazz music, Charlie Christian was the first important soloist on the instrument. He was called the "Genius of the Electric Guitar" - Charlie Christian is generally recognized as the person who changed everyone's thinking about how jazz could be.
The Tenor Saxophone Of Coleman Hawkins by Jan Evensmo and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at (Book). Charlie Christian is regarded by many jazz historians as one of the major voices who shaped modern jazz in the early s.
Although he made only a few records before his tragic death at his brilliant improvisations, phenomenal rhythmic drive, and blues-influenced guitar playing had already changed the course of jazz and the guitar's place in jazz Author: Charlie Christian.
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This is the case of jazz revolutionary Charlie Christian, who gave his name to the first Gibson electric pickup. As a member of Benny Goodman’s band, he decided the guitar should be a solo instrument, and therefore experimented with the earliest attempts to make it louder.
The second extraordinary guitarist is none other than Oscar Alemán. Although he was well known in his native country, widespread fame eluded Alemán. Perhaps this was because Paris, in the '30s, just wasn't big enough for two swinging guitars; or perhaps it was because Alemán chose to return to his home in instead of touring the United.
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