1 edition of tenor saxophone and clarinet of Lester Young, 1936-1942 found in the catalog.
tenor saxophone and clarinet of Lester Young, 1936-1942
|Statement||compiled by Jan Evensmo.|
|Series||His Jazz solography series ; v. 5|
|LC Classifications||ML156.7.Y7 E9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35 p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||78304246|
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Lester Willis Young (Aug – Ma ), nicknamed "Pres" or "Prez", was an American jazz tenor saxophonist and occasional clarinetist.
Coming to prominence while a member of Count Basie's orchestra, Young was one of the most influential players on his instrument. In contrast to many of his hard-driving peers, Young played with a relaxed, cool tone and used sophisticated Born: AugWoodville, Mississippi, U.S. Get this from a library.
The tenor saxophone and clarinet of Lester Young, with a critical assessment of all his known records and broadcasts. [Jan Evensmo]. (Artist Transcriptions). Nicknamed "Pres" by Billie Holiday (short for President of the Tenor Sax), jazz giant Lester Young is considered to be tenor saxophone and clarinet of Lester Young of the most important and influential saxophonists of all time.
This great tribute folio transcribes 30 of his finest standards, together with a bio and discography/5(9).
American jazz tenor saxophonist Lester Young (born AugWoodville, Mississippi, USA - died MaNew York City, New York, USA). He ranks together with Coleman Hawkins and Ben Webster as one of the three "great tenors" of the the swing era.
Occasionally, he was known to also play the clarinet. Lester Willis Young (Aug – Ma ), nicknamed "Pres" or "Prez", was an American jazz tenor saxophonist and occasional clarinetist.
Coming to prominence while a member of Count Basie's orchestra, Young was one of the most influential players on his instrument. In contrast to many of his hard-driving peers, Young played with a relaxed, cool tone and used sophisticated. Lester Young greatly influenced the course of tenor saxophone in jazz history.
Young was one of the three most influential tenor sax players along with Coleman Hawkins and John Coltrane. Lester Young ["Prez"] played a cool, laid-back tenor saxophone floating legato lines over the song instead of aggressively attacking a song with a big tone like then dominant Coleman Hawkins.
For Lester Young, a metal clarinet was a choice, maybe even a necessity. Gunther Schuller notes that when Young put down his tenor, the influential jazz artist and part-time tragic hero “played a cheap metal clarinet that he picked up somewhere on his.
Lester Young Jr., the tenor saxophone legend’s son, will present three of Young’s instruments—two Conn saxophones and a Dolnet clarinet—and a porkpie hat (Young’s sartorial trademark) to NMAH director Anthea M.
Hartig and Division of Culture and Community Life curator Theodore S. Gonzalves just prior to the performance. Lester Young He was one of the three original giants of the tenor saxophone, along with Webster and Hawkins, but Lester Young separated himself with a sweet tone and a.
For many years, I have pursued occasional jazz clarinet projects, and would like to share some of my transcriptions here. Included here are mostly clarinet solos, but also a couple of tenor saxophone solos, from Lester Young and Ken Peplowski, who are also clarinetists, and thus their tenor solos translate to clarinet really well.
Lester Young did manage to record on clarinet at times, and his work on clarinet is really worth investigating. Notice the metal clarinet on the bed in this photo.
Although he played a metal clarinet, what comes through in his recorded clarinet work is that same sense of humor, fascinating note choice and the inimitable rhythmic placement.
Lester Young rose to prominence while a member of Count Basie's played tenor sax and occasionally the clarinet. Young played with a relaxed, cool tone using sophisticated harmonies. He is also credited with inventing and popularizing some of the jargon that came to be associated with jazz.
Lester Young plays the introduction, 1936-1942 book then flies right on into the sixteen bar solo that opens the first chorus. This is quintessential late s Lester: his light tenor saxophone sound with minimal vibrato, his fluid swinging technique, his playing phrases of varying lengths flowing over bar lines.
Tenor saxophonist Lester Young played in the band with a baritone reed. This big sound was labeled the Texas sax sound. Smith's great influence in jazz and blues perpetuated the Texas sax sound.
He taught Charlie Parker saxophone during the s, and they had a relationship like father and son. Lester Young: 'The Prez' Still Rules At Young, aka "The President of Jazz," was born years ago Thursday.
He led a revolution on the tenor saxophone that influenced generations to. Nicknamed “Pres” by Billie Holiday (short for President of the Tenor Sax), jazz giant Lester Young is considered to be one of the most important and influential saxophonists of all time.
This great tribute folio transcribes 30 of his finest standards, together with a bio and discography. Lester Young considers him as the first president of the tenor saxophone. InColeman Hawkins died after succumbing to the effects of pneumonia at age 64 and is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery at the Bronx.
Sonny Rollins, the great tenor saxophonist says that Coleman was his greatest influence in his music. Learn how to play and improvise in the style of Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young, Ben Webster, Stan Getz, Dexter Gordon and other jazz greats. The book uses real jazz classics to teach you, covering scales, chord progressions, modes, soloing styles and many more ideas.
Songs include Autumn Leaves, I Remember You, Satin Doll, and Song For My Father. The alto saxophone, trumpet and clarinet of Benny Carter, With a critical assessment of all his known records and broadcasts (Jazz solography series) by Evensmo, Jan and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at America's #1 Band.
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This book of transcribed tenor sax solos is one of the best I have ever come across. The introduction by Tim Price is insightful and inspirational. The selection of solos traverses the best styles and time periods from the very best, but sometimes overlooked, masters of the tenor.
Lester Willis Young (Aug – Ma ), nicknamed “Pres” or “Prez”, was an American jazz tenor saxophonist and occasional clarinetist. Coming to prominence while a member of Count Basie’s orchestra, Young was one of the most influential players on his instrument.
This page contains jazz saxophone and flute solo transcriptions by numerous jazz masters. I view transcription of jazz solos to be an essential part of learning how to improvise. Learning the language of jazz greats such as Charlie Parker, Lester Young, Phil Woods, etc.
develops a vocabulary for use during your own improvisations. Jazz Solography Series - Volume 5: The Tenor Saxophone and Clarinet of Lester Young, - ; With A Critical Assessment of All His Known Records and.
The Lester Young/Coleman Hawkins Kansas City battle Excerpted from. Lester Leaps In: The Life and Times of Lester “Pres” Young. Douglas Henry Daniels (Lester) Young earned recognition for being not only a stylist but a saxophone “freak” – not a pejorative term at all but rather a comment on his unparalleled virtuosity.
George Russell wrote a book on music theory titled. Which composer was among the first to pay tribute in his music to great jazz musicians of the past, such as Lester Young and Jelly Roll Morton.
Charles Mingus. featuring his brother Branford Marsalis on tenor saxophone, is understood to be modeled on the. Miles Davis Quintet of the s. Herschel Evans, tenor saxophone; Lester Young, tenor saxophone, clarinet; Jack Washington, baritone saxophone, alto saxophone; Freddie Green, guitar; Walter Page, bass; Jo Jones, drums Recorded June 6, Available on CD: The Complete Decca Recordings (GRP GRD) DOGGIN' AROUND () - H.
Evans -E. Battle - Count Basie and His Orchestra. most notable tenor saxophone soloist in the Count Basie band Lester Young in the Basie Orchestra, emphasis was placed more on Solo playing accompanied. This book is tenor saxophone key, so Bb instruments will not have to transpose.
For all other instruments, special transposed supplemental books (sold separately - see the "You May Also Like" column to the right) are available. "This is an important new book. Coleman Hawkins established the tenor saxophone as a jazz solo instrument during his stint with Fletcher Henderson from to Hawkins' arpeggiated, rich-toned, vibrato-laden style was the main influence on swing era tenor players before Lester Young, and his influence continued with other big-toned tenor players into the era of modern jazz.
Lester Willis Young (Aug – Ma ),  nicknamed "Pres" or "Prez", was an American jazz tenor saxophonist and also played trumpet, violin, and drums. Coming to prominence while a member of Count Basie's orchestra, Young was one of the most influential players on his instrument, playing with a cool tone and using sophisticated harmonies.
The tenor saxophone is a medium-sized member of the saxophone family, a group of instruments invented by Adolphe Sax in the s.
The tenor and the alto are the two most commonly used saxophones. The tenor is pitched in the key of B ♭ (while the alto is pitched in the key of E ♭), and written as a transposing instrument in the treble clef, sounding an octave and a major second lower than.
LESTER YOUNG While saxophonists of the '30s and '40s opted for more of biting, edgier tone, tenor player Lester Young opted for a warmer, more. The Tenor Saxophone and Clarinet of Lester Young, With a Critical Assessment of All His Known Records and Broadcasts.
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Gordon A. Roberts A. Kaufman was recorded in New York on J Buck Clayton trumpet; Edmond Hall clarinet; Lester Young tenor saxophone; James Sherman piano; Freddie Green guitar; Walter Page bass; Jo Jones drums. Later, Eddie began using a clarinet double barrel joint in between the neck and body of the instrument causing the tenor sax to sound like a bass clarinet.
He also created a hybrid instrument with a bassoon bocal replacing the tenor sax neck. These experimental sounds are featured prominently on the album, “A Study in Jazz” on VeeJay Records. High quality Lester Young gifts and merchandise.
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All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours. Along with his splendid tenor solo, Pres plays clarinet on this tune’s opening theme and closing counterpoint. (It’s worth remembering that he grew up in New Orleans; that kind of polyphony was mother’s milk to him.) Drawn from the Basie band, this small-group session is a master class in relaxed swing, with Young’s tenor as the.
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Arranged by Jack Long. Instrumental Play-Along. Jazz, Blues and Play Along. Tenor saxophone solo book (softcover) and online audio. With standard notation and chord names. 32 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL).YOUNG, LESTER, - [Clarinet/Tenor Saxophone/Leader] Bird: the complete Charlie Parker on Verve.
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