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Perdido - Ben Webster - In Chronology - 1944-1946 (File, MP3)

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  1. DON'T BOOKMARK THIS PAGE: we are moving the site and there is a more recent version of this page. Solo transcriptions This page lists solo transcriptions that are available somewhere on the Internet. The list also includes solos for flute, clarinet and EWI. There are tons of books that feature transcribed solos, but why should.
  2. Most Ben Webster albums on the market today seem to be reissues from his magnificent autumnal years, majestically lush or bearishly brusque. It's good to have a chronological sampling of Webster's work from the mid-'40s, in order to appreciate exactly how he developed into the Ben Webster of and After popping up on early big band swing records by Bennie Moten and Willie Bryant 8/
  3. May 31,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Ben Webster - Perdido () YouTube; BLUE MOON BEN WEBSTER - Duration: Dany SABOURIN , views. Perdido - Duration: Sonny.
  4. Perdido is one of my very favorite jazz tunes. It’s such a simple tune, but it’s got a great melody, and the changes are just fun to blow on. It’s not very hard, and it’s very accessible to most beginning jazz musicians, but also a favorite of many advanced players. I really fell in love [ ].
  5. Jun 25,  · Ben Webster - Perdido () - The Overjazz Channel aims to offer only the best recordings of the begining era of modern music. Re-discover genius compositions from the parents of .
  6. Duke Ellington Never No Lament the Blanton-Webster Band RCA: Some great recordings of “Perdido” have been made, but none have surpassed this original Ellington studio version. Ellington himself plays wonderfully on this track, as do Harry Carney, Rex Stewart, Ben Webster and Ray Nance, all of whom have moments in the spotlight.
  7. "Perdido" is a jazz standard composed by Juan Tizol that was recorded on December 3, by Duke sieskapinplannexttizamoodspiwamenca.coinfor, it is the January 21, , recording of the song on the Victor label by the Ellington orchestra, of which Tizol was a member, that is regarded as the original recording. In , Ervin Drake and Hans Lengsfelder were hired to write lyrics for the song.

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