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Charlie Christian - The Art Of Jazz Guitar ebook

Charlie Christian - The Art Of Jazz Guitar. Charlie Christian

Charlie Christian - The Art Of Jazz Guitar

ISBN: 0793519756, | 32 pages | 1 Mb

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Charlie Christian - The Art Of Jazz Guitar Charlie Christian
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation

He jammed with many of the big name performers traveling through Oklahoma City including Teddy Wilson and Art Tatum. Like all jazz masters, he had his unique sound. Think of 20th century guitar greats—Charlie Christian, B. Christian was born in Bonham, Texas, but his guitar and had become a regional attraction. He regards himself the second His most recent releases, 2007's Ultraspontane and 2010's One Stolen Night, demonstrate the original vision of an artist who builds on a genre and creates something entirely new in the process. Compared to that of later players using an electrically amplified guitar (e.g., Charlie Christian), Lang's sound was thin and crisp. Today, John I was hearing Charlie Christian and Oscar Moore with the Nat King Cole Trio. Belgian gypsy jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt had little influence on Christian, but he was obviously familiar with some of his recordings. The big stars were the tenor sax players like Coleman Hawkins and Lester Young—likewise piano players like Count Basie, Fats Waller, Art Tatum, and scores more. King, Chet Atkins and Les Paul—they all have one thing in common. Charles Henry “Charlie” Christian (July 29, 1916 – March 2, 1942). In Woody Allen's 1999 film, Sweet and Lowdown, set in the '30s, Sean Penn plays a fictional jazz guitarist named Emmett Ray. Listening to great jazz players is a vital part of learning jazz guitar; a partial list would include: Charlie Christian; Django Reinhardt: Herb Ellis; Barney Kessel; Howard Roberts and George Benson. Artist: Charlie Christian Title Of Album: Solo Flight Year Of Release: 1995 Label: Topaz JazzPearl Genre: Jazz, Bop, Swing Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue) Bitrate: lossless Total Time: 70:27 Tot. When it comes to jazz guitar, it all comes back to Charlie Christian (1916-1942). Photo courtesy Getty Images from Paris Jazz, a Guide by Luke MIner. Bandleaders like It wasn't until 1939 when jazz starmaker John Hammond, heir to a large piece of the Vanderbilt railroad fortune, discovered a 23 year old black guitarist in Oklahoma, named Charlie Christian, who played a Gibson ES-150 “electric” guitar in a style that just blew him away. In 1939, Charlie Christian, a bluesy jazz player from Oklahoma City, and T-Bone Walker (blues, R & B), who apprenticed with Blind Lemon Jefferson in TX, plugged in and changed everything.

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