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Business In Q - Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra - Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra 1931-1932

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  1. The following ten sides are all in the volume Frankie Trumbauer & His Orchestra - the first three hits were instrumentals, Beiderbecke is featured in the first five hits and their B-sides, and guitarist Eddie Lang in the first four hits and their B-sides:5/5(2).
  2. Explore releases from Frankie Trumbauer at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Frankie Trumbauer at the Discogs Marketplace. Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra, Jean Goldkette And His Orchestra, Joe Venuti's Blue Four, Paul Whiteman Frank Trumbauer, Frank Tumbauer, Frankie Trumbaner, Franky Trumbauer, Tram, Trumbauer, Ф.
  3. In , Armstrong recorded with this pianist from Pittsburgh, whose single-line improvisations matched his ability to create new melodic lines. Earl Hines. In addition to being a leading exponent of the "Chicago style," Frankie Trumbauer was. a saxophonist whose delicate solos influenced later black soloists.
  4. Singin' the Blues Frankie Trumbauer (with Bix Beiderbecke) date: style: Chicago-style jazz form: bar popular song (ABAC) Trumbauer begins his solo on C-melody saxophone, scooping up to his first note, accompanied by Lang on guitar (with the pianist distantly in the background).
  5. C-melody saxophonist Frankie Trumbauer finally received his due in TOM's series, which reissued not only all of his early sessions as a leader (other than the very familiar selections with cornetist Bix Beiderbecke), but his features with Paul Whiteman's Orchestra and other groups.8/

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