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  1. Maucage Reply

    Coleman Hawkins was the first important tenor saxophonist and he remains one of the greatest of all time. A consistently modern improviser whose knowledge of chords and harmonies was encyclopedic, Hawkins had a year prime () during which he could hold his own with any competitor. Coleman Hawkins started piano lessons when he was five, switched to cello at age seven, and two .

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    Series: Artist Transcriptions Artist: Coleman Hawkins One of the founding fathers of jazz sax, Coleman Hawkins blazed the trail for future generations of saxophonists. This collection features note-for-note tenor sax transcriptions for 16 highlights from Hawkins' vast repertoire, including: April in Paris • Body and Soul • Flyin' Hawk • Honeysuckle Rose • The Man I Love • Mood Indigo.

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    Find Coleman Hawkins discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Compilations Singles & EPs DVDs & Videos All. Year Album Accent on Tenor Sax: Fresh Sound Cool Groove: Drive Archive

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    The King of the "Tenor Sax" Coleman Hawkins Audio Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. EMBED. EMBED (for ldinsisinymemnamarmesuvastlerbman.coinfo hosted blogs and ldinsisinymemnamarmesuvastlerbman.coinfo item tags) Want more? Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists Song Title Versions.

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    A great assortment of material from Coleman Hawkins – sides that nicely span the mid 40s and late 50s, showing some great growth in his technique! The first four tracks are from a record by the Walter Foots All Stars – a group led by Foots on tenor, but also featuring Hawk – also with Hilton Jefferson on alto and Jonah Jones on trumpet – on tracks that include "Out To Lunch", "Every.

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    Apr 15,  · ' Coleman Hawkins Special '. Hawk being a well-paid and very influential player while still with Fletcher Henderson in the 30s(before he went to Europe as a soloist/single)*probably* had a Selmer, again in the early 30s as soon as they became available in the US. I know his [Euoprean gift] Super tenor was gold plated.

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    Produced by the jazz impressario Norman Granz and recorded in Los Angeles on October 16, , The Genius of Coleman Hawkins features the master of the tenor saxophone with a first-rate rhythm section composed of Oscar Peterson on piano, Herb Ellis on guitar, Ray /5(10).

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    Genius may not be the right word, but "brilliance" certainly fits. At the age of 51 in , Hawkins had already been on records for 35 years and had been one of the leading tenors for nearly that long. This date matches him with the Oscar Peterson Trio (plus drummer Alvin Stoller) for a fine run-through on standards. Hawk plays quite well, although the excitement level does not reach the.

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