West End Blues - Louis Armstrongs Hot Five* / Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra - West End Blues / Dinah (Shellac)
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louis armstrong The Hot Five was Louis Armstrong 's first jazz recording band led under his own name. It was a typical New Orleans jazz band in instrumentation, consisting of trumpet, clarinet, and tro read more View full artist profile.
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56 rows · King Oliver's "West End Blues" is one of the keystones of jazz and, therefore, American .
"West End Blues", with its emphasis on soloing and improvisation, is credited with being one of the songs on which Armstrong all but invented modern jazz. The music is incredibly inventive, right from the first, very famous, cadenza. This is one of the most important singles in the entire history of jazz.
Jun 28, · On “West End Blues,” the role of Armstrong went to the fine St. Louis trumpeter Louis Metcalfe. This whole record fascinates me because it’s basically a remake of the Armstrong version. This has to be one of the first jazz recordings to completely pay tribute to an earlier recording by recreating it in an almost note-for-note fashion.
Louis Armstrong’s ‘West End Blues’, The Day Jazz Changed Forever It was 28 June , when Louis Armstrong and the Hot Five recorded one of the landmark recordings of the 20th century: West End.
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This powerpoint will analyse West End Blues by Louis Armstrong under the catagories; Form, harmony, instrumentation and timbre, melody, rhythm and metre, texture, tonality, performer/composer audience and occasion.