Who are some famous jazz groups?
The Modern Jazz Quartet
The Jazz Messengers
Many jazz songs have lyrics. Famous jazz singers like Sara Vaughn and Ella Fitzgerald had long careers as singers. However, most jazz groups don't have a singer, so the melody is played by an instrument.
Many jazz singers are know to have come from New Orleans. Some famous jazz singers are, Louis Armstrong, Johnny Hartman, Frank Sinatra, and Ella Fitzgerald.
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Yes the song A tisket A tasket was famous, I would say the most famous. She is AWESOME!! GO ELLA FITZGERALD JAZZ JAZZ JAZZ
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Louis Armstrong .
There are several popular vocal jazz groups. One of the very popular groups, which varied their styles over the years, but remained mostly in jazz is Manhattan Transfer. New York Voices is also a popular vocal jazz group.
Louis Armstrong became famous because of his music, it was Jazz. he was called the king of jazz.
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Sing Sing Sing by Benny Goodman - look for Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, Sidney Bechet, who were famous jazz clarinet players.
New Orleans is famous for its Jazz and over here in New Zealand , Tauranga is famous for its Easter Jazz festival. We even have visiting performers from New Orleans here at times. It's fantastic !
Louis Armstrong was a famous jazz trumpeter. He is famous for really kick starting the jazz era. He was one of the first major jazz musicians, and is responsible for the start of jazz. He also sings "What a Wonderful World".
Trumpet is used in a lot of jazz songs, and many of them are famous, so it's hard to answer your question.
Wind bands, orchestras, dance bands (from my experience only in some pieces though) groups playing jazz........
There were no female jazz singers in the 1920's, only blues singers. There was however one male jazz singer, Louis Armstrong.
He is a famous jazz artist.
some of the famous artists from the jazz age in 1920 are Joe Oliver, Known as "King", Edward Ory Known as "Kid", Louis Armstrong, Bix Beiderbecke, and Jelly Roll Morton.
"Take the "A" Train" by Duke Ellington "The Ways of White Folk" by Langston Hughes Blues: Memphis Blues, Downhearted Blues, Harlem Blues, Fine and Mellow Types of Jazz: Bebop Jazz, cool jazz, fusion jazz, rock jazz, hard jazz
black people were the ones to bring jazz to the united states try googling famous jazz singers and youll get them
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A famous jazz player is Benny Goodman.
Its famous for its jazz related background.
His style of dance was jazz, he created the famous jazz hands.
That would be the vast majority of jazz pieces ever written.
Jazz began to gain populariy in the 1920's
It depends: there have been many famous clarinet jazz players, but as a whole, clarinets are not usually in jazz bands
Herbie Mann is one of the most famous. Look out for "Memphis Underground" - one of my favourites.
Some Famous types of danceing in France are: French pop French Jazz And Cabrett
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One of them is the New Orleans Jazz Historical Park.
Some famous jazz/blues singers from the 1930's are Bessie Smith Billie Holiday Fats Waller Cab Calloway Jelly Roll Morton Gertrude "Ma" Rainey ...... and Louis Armstrong
New Orleans is famous for Jazz.
he is famous for being a writer and invading the jazz poetry
for the jazz he played
IT is the jazz
The Famous Van Eps Trio in a Bit of Jazz - 1921 was released on: USA: 1921
she was a famous jazz singer in the 1920s-1930s time period
What is the name of the famous jazz photo taken on a new york city street some time in the 1950s with dozens of jazz artists in it?
A Great Day in Harlem by Art Kane
Trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie
I think George Gershwin. Louis Daniel Armstrong is the most famous Jazz player during the 1920's for sure
There are many, many, many famous jazz artists, but a very well-known one is Duke Ellington. Hope that helps! Best wishes.
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