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Performer: Various
Genre: Jazz
Title: Famous Jazz Tenor-Saxophone Players
Country: Bulgaria
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List of greatest and famous saxophone players you should know. Discover the most famous jazz saxophonists, alto, tenor, soprano and baritone saxophone players. As one of the most sophisticated instruments in jazz, the sax is also smooth, has a lot of soul and has a way of making the sax player appear cool and dare we say it, sexy as well. The sax also has quite a unique look and there really isn’t any other instrument out there that looks like it. Don’t get us wrong, other brass instruments are great and impressive, but none has a presence quite like the saxophone. Over the years, there are numerous saxophone players that have helped to consolidate the saxophone’s place in jazz music.

Jazz saxophonists are musicians who play various types of saxophones (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone et. in jazz and its associated subgenres. The techniques and instrumentation of this type of performance have evolved over the 20th century, influenced by both movements of musicians that became the subgenres and by particularly influential sax players who helped reshape the music.

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The Great Jazz & Blues Tenor Saxophone Players. Lester Young – The Prez. The Great Jazz & Blues Tenor Saxophone Players. Herschel Evans, Eddie Miller & Lester Young. To many people the saxophone is synonymous with jazz. If it hadn’t been for jazz, would the saxophone have survived? It was invented by a Belgian in 1841, and it never really caught on as a symphony instrument, possibly due to the unpopularity of Mr. Sax amongst the right circles. The saxophone featured very little in early jazz, strangely enough the first significant jazz saxophonists.

Various – Famous Jazz Tenor-Saxophone Players Лейбл: Балкантон – ВТА 2086 Формат: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Repress Страна: Bulgaria Дата релиза: 1978 Жанр: Jazz Содержание A1 –Sonny Rollins The Bridge Мост Written-By – Sonny Rollins A2 –Lester Young I've Found A New Baby Нашел Себе Новую Зазнобушку Written-By – Larry Williams A3 –Zoot Sims I Got Rhythm Я Весь В Ритме

Artist: Various – Famous Jazz Tenor-Saxophone Players Label: Балкантон – ВТА 2086 Format: Vinyl, LP, Compila Duration: 35:11 File type: mp3. Play Pause Download. Similar songs not found. atb believe in me. nivea.

With his tenor saxophone tilted sideways in his mouth, Lester Young was the model for cool saxophonists. His skilled playing expanded the vocabulary of jazz. Most notably playing with Count Basie’s orchestra, he used linear phrases that gave birth to highly developed melodic thoughts. June 20, 1928 – June 29, 1964. Eric Dolphy was one of the most diverse jazz musicians who ever lived. Not only a groundbreaking alto saxophone player, he was also one of the first bass clarinet and flute soloists. But his work on the saxophone was what made him a legend. Along with musicians like Charles Mingus, Cecil Taylor, and Ornette Coleman, he pushed the genre of jazz into new stratospheres in the 60s with the emergence of free and avant-garde jazz. His personal sound ran the gauntlet from twelve tone scales, tonal bebop, and lifelike human and animal sound effects.

15. John Coltrane – ‘I Love You’ He’s so melodic and at the same time so lyrical. 16. Zoot Sims – ‘Oh Lady Be Good’ If you want to know how hard a saxophone can swing then this is the place to start. 17. Gene Ammons – ‘Canadian Sunset’ A perfect tenor saxophone outing from one of the most underrated players. How about Richie Cole & Phil Woods on Scrapple from the apple on their album Side by side from 1980? That one always did it for me and still does.


A1 Sonny Rollins The Bridge
A2 Lester Young I've Found A New Baby
A3 Zoot Sims I Got Rhythm
B1 Stan Getz In Your Own Sweet Way
B2 John Coltrane Bessie's Blues
B3 Joe Farrell Geo Blue


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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ВТА 2086 Various Famous Jazz Tenor-Saxophone Players ‎(LP, Comp, Yel) Балкантон ВТА 2086 Bulgaria 1977
ВТА 2086 Various Famous Jazz Tenor-Saxophone Players ‎(LP, Comp, RP) Балкантон ВТА 2086 Bulgaria 1978
ВТА 2086 Various Famous Jazz Tenor-Saxophone Players ‎(LP, Comp, Red) Балкантон ВТА 2086 Bulgaria 1977