New Orleans and New Orleans Jazz - best of New Orleans jazz music for New Orleans jazz festival 2015 and New Orleans jazz fest 2015. This New Orleans jazz band and New Orleans jazz & heritage festival 2015 playlist is composed and recorded by jazz musician David Lewis Luong. Download this album here: http://www.reverbnation.com/davidlewisluong/album/59804-feels-so-good FREE DOWNLOAD of track 'All of Me' here: http://www.reverbnation.com/davidlewisluong/song/20031082-all-of-me Featured in this New Orleans jazz playlist are: Track 1: Summer delights (starts at 00:00) Track 2: Jolly great time (starts at 4:47) Track 3: One step at a time (starts at 8:28) Track 4: Sweet Alabama (starts at 12:08) Track 5: The wild wild west (starts at 15:22) Track 6: A dog's life (starts at 17:11) Track 7: All of me (starts at 22:01) Track 8: Only you (starts at 24:41) Track 9: Joy of spring (starts at 27:50) Track 10: Feels so good (starts at 30:41) Track 11: Walking hand in hand (starts at 41:20) Track 12: Under the tranquil moon (starts at 46:58) Track 13: My Valentine (starts at 53:40) ----- * Please support me and my music by listening and sharing them on Youtube. My music is also available for downloading from Leading online music stores directly from these links: Google Play: http://tinyurl.com/zjc5jtt Reverbnation: http://tinyurl.com/jyag6js iTunes: http://tinyurl.com/z7gl4o9 Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/zlojb9t eMusic: http://tinyurl.com/zkjbcor Spotify: http://tinyurl.com/gpknd2x * Stay up to date with my latest releases by subscribing to my Youtube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/user/lewisluongrelaxation?sub_confirmation=1 * Join me on my social networks where I frequently upload music for you to download for FREE: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LewisLuongMusicPage Twitter: https://twitter.com/lewisluongmusic * For commercial use of my music, please email your enquiry to [email protected] for a quote
Views: 2456633 LewisLuong Relaxation Cafe
Vincent Gardner leads you through the history and development of New Orleans Jazz as the band demonstrates the rhythms and the collective improvisational element! Learn more at the Jazz Academy, visit http://academy.jazz.org Vincent Gardner - Trombone Marcus Printup - Trumpet Victor Goines - Clarinet Eli Yamin - Piano Noriko Ueda - Bass Alvin Atkinson - Drums Eric Suquet - Director Bill Thomas - Director of Photography Aaron Chandler - Sound Engineer Richard Emery - Production Assistant Seton Hawkins - Producer
Views: 114013 Jazz at Lincoln Center's JAZZ ACADEMY
Download: http://smarturl.it/EssentialsPMJ Sheet Music: http://bit.ly/SweetChildSheet Postmodern Jukebox on Tour! http://smarturl.it/tourpmjyt Our friend Miche Braden returned to help us show what Guns N' Roses "Sweet Child O' Mine" would have sounded like if New Orleans blues legend Bessie Smith had recorded it back in the '20s. That note at 3:58 was so powerful that the room literally shook... p.s. - those looking for the iconic opening guitar riff: it's at 2:04 Check out Miche's show, "The Devil's Music: The Life and Blues of Bessie Smith": http://devilsmusic.biz Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox: http://postmodernjukebox.com/ https://www.facebook.com/postmodernjukebox The Band: Miche Braden - vocals https://www.facebook.com/MsMicheDiva Tom Abbott - clarinet Jason Prover - trumpet Robert Edwards - trombone Adam Kubota - bass http://www.facebook.com/adamkubotabass Allan Mednard - drums Scott Bradlee - piano http://www.facebook.com/scottbradleemusic See Postmodern Jukebox LIVE: http://smarturl.it/tourpmjyt | Tickets On Sale NOW for the US/Canada, UK, Europe, Australia/NZ, Asia — find over 100 dates on sale right NOW! Postmodern Jukebox’s Home On The Web: http://smarturl.it/pmjwebyt Join the PMJ Inner circle! New Videos, Tour Dates & More: http://smarturl.it/pmjsignupyt Shop our Vintage Swag: http://smarturl.it/shoppmjyt
Views: 10533095 PostmodernJukebox
New Orleans and New Orleans music - Best of New Orleans music playlist a collection of New Orleans music for lovers of New Orleans music mix and budding New Orleans musicians celebrating New Orleans music 2015 with New Orleans music video. Featured in this New Orleans music Playlist are: Track 1: Joy of spring (starts at 00:00) Track 2: A dog's life (starts at 2:50) Track 3: All of me (starts at 7:40) Track 4: My Valentine (starts at 10:21) Track 5: Walking hand in hand (starts at 16:35) Track 6: Under the tranquil moon (starts at 22:12) Track 7: Feels so good (starts at 28:55) Track 8: Sweet Alabama (starts at 39:35) Track 9: One step at a time (starts at 42:48) Track 10: Summer delights (starts at 46:29) Track 11: Jolly great time (starts at 51:16) Track 12: The wild wild west (starts at 54:56) Track 13: Only you (starts at 56:45) Featured image in this New Orleans music video is the band, Shirt Tail Stormpers. See more information here: http://shirttailstompers.com/ --- * Take some time off each day to relax and recharge by watching and listening to the vast collection of relaxation music videos on this channel ranging from blues, jazz, new age fusion through to classical music to love ballads, and even relaxing sound effects. * The most effective way to support me and my music is by listening and sharing them on Youtube. Stay up to date with the latest releases by subscribing to my Youtube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/user/EscapeOneChannel?sub_confirmation=1 * All video footages and music on this channel are my original recordings and compositions . For commercial use of my music, please email your enquiry to [email protected] for a quote. Or visit my Official Website here: https://www.patreon.com/EscapeOne * Please join my 'Patreon Support Club' here: https://www.patreon.com/EscapeOne
Views: 496739 Escape One
Get psyched for Fat Tuesday with over 2 hours of great Mardi Gras music. Celebrate with Classic Dixiland Jazz from NOLA! Fat Tuesday in the Big Easy. Second Line in the Treme. Includes: When the Saints Go Marching In Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight My Old Kentucky Home She Wore a Yellow Ribbon Billboard In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree On the Banks of the Wabash In My Merry Oldsmobile Virginny School Days Goody Goody Swanee River Semper Fidelis The Band Played On Stars & Stripes Forever Shine On Harvest Moon Lassa's Trombone Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis Deep River Give My Regards to Broadway Bedelia My Wild Irish Rose High Society Wait Till the Sun Shines Nellie Dixieland Blues South Rampart Street Parade New Washington and Lee Swing There Is a Tavern in the Town I Dream of Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair Bicycle Built for Two Washington Post March Thunder & Blazes Bugle Call Rag Bill Bailey Goodnight Ladies Oh Susannah Dixie Bicycle Built For Two/My Sweetheart's the Man in the Moon/After the Ball Auld Lang Syne In the Good Old Summertime Shortnin' Bread Mary's a Grand Old Name The Old Grey Mare Royal Garden Blues Careless Love Ida Battle Hymm of the Republic Merry Widow Waltz Carry Me Back to Old Virginny Yellow Rose of Texas
Views: 429196 Celebration Sounds
A presentation to Epsom & Ewell University of the Third Age (U3A) explaining the origins of the style of jazz made popular in the UK where it is known as New Orleans Jazz. There are numerous UK bands still playing in this style for listeners and dancers, and many quote Ken Colyer, who brought this style back to the UK in 1953 after his visit ti the Crescent City. Part 2 will show the jazz and musucians Ken Colyer found and played with in New Orleans.
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Download the song: http://smarturl.it/EssentialsPMJ Sheet Music: http://bit.ly/SevenNationSheet Tickets: http://smarturl.it/tourpmjyt Order Scott's book on PMJ: http://smarturl.it/sboutsidethejukebox The wait is over - the phenomenal Haley Reinhart bares her soul to transform the White Stripes' Seven Nation Army into a New Orleans funeral march. Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox: http://postmodernjukebox.com/ https://www.facebook.com/postmodernjukebox The Band: Haley Reinhart - vocals http://www.instagram.com/haleyreinhart http://www.facebook.com/haleyreinhart Lemar Guillary - trombone http://www.twitter.com/lemarguillary Mike Rocha - trumpet Jacob Scesney - sax http://www.instagram.com/jsayswho Adam Kubota - bass http://www.facebook.com/adamkubotabass Tony Austin - drums http://www.instagram.com/tonyaustindrums Scott Bradlee - piano https://www.facebook.com/scottbradlee Insta / Twitter / Snap / Periscope: @scottbradlee See Postmodern Jukebox LIVE: http://smarturl.it/tourpmjyt | Tickets On Sale NOW for the US/Canada, UK, Europe, Australia/NZ, Asia — find over 100 dates on sale right NOW! http://www.facebook.com/postmodernjukebox Twitter / Insta: @PMJofficial
Views: 30480088 PostmodernJukebox
Welcome! Do visit my channel ... https://www.youtube.com/c/JulianLambert …where you’ll find these playlists: ABRSM 2017 & 2018 ABRSM Grade 1 2017 & 2018 ABRSM Grade 2 2017 & 2018 ABRSM Grade 3 2017 & 2018 ABRSM Grade 4 2017 & 2018 ABRSM Grade 5 2017 & 2018 ABRSM Grade 6 2017 & 2018 TRINITY 2018-2020 TRINITY Grade 1 2018-2020 TRINITY Grade 2 2018-2020 TRINITY Grade 3 2018-2020 TRINITY Grade 4 2018-2020 TRINITY Grade 5 2018-2020 - coming September 2017 TRINITY Grade 6 2018-2020 - on request RCM (from 2015 syllabus) RCM Level 3 - a selection RCM Level 4 - a selection RCM Level 5 - a selection RCM Level 6 - a selection RCM Level 7 - a selection RCM Level 8 - a selection TRINITY 2015-2017 TRINITY Grade 1 2015-2017 TRINITY Grade 2 2015-2017 TRINITY Grade 3 2015-2017 TRINITY Grade 4 2015-2017 TRINITY Grade 5 2015-2017 TRINITY Grade 6 2015-2017 ELISSA MILNE - a selection MANFRED SCHMITZ - a selection DUETS - including a performance and play-along You can also of course select the pieces you are working on to create your own playlist. Your thoughts & observations, questions & suggestions are always welcome. If you're interested ...my kit is: PHYSICAL STUFF Yamaha Clavinova iMac iPhone 5s - to create the overhead video Boom stand & phone holder SOFTWARE Logic Pro - to create the sound (AIFF) and MIDI files Final Cut Pro - to produce the final video Synthesia - to create the 'illuminated keys' view Quick Time Player - to make a screen recording of the above Are you still reading? HANDS Ah …the tube of L’Occitane en Provence has all gone now, but I still seem to be using up old tubes of stuff knocking around our bathroom.
Views: 3232 Julian Lambert
New Orleans and New Orleans Jazz - best of New Orleans jazz music for New Orleans jazz festival 2017 and New Orleans jazz fest 2017. This New Orleans jazz band and New Orleans jazz & heritage festival 2017 playlist is composed and recorded by jazz musician David Lewis Luong. Lead vocal by Addie Nicole (of Halocene). Download this album here: https://www.reverbnation.com/lewisluong/album/166841-pass-good-time-featuring-addie FREE DOWNLOAD of track ‘Little Wild’ here: https://www.reverbnation.com/lewisluong/song/28111320-little-wild-instrumental-edition Featured in this New Orleans jazz playlist are: Track 1: Pass a good time (starts at 00:00) Track 2: Everything will be alright (starts at 3:59) Track 3: Glamorous (starts at 8:11) Track 4: Morning coffee keeps me warm (starts at 14:41) Track 5: Little wild (starts at 19:22) Track 6: Let your spirit free (starts at 24:54) Track 7: Everything will be alright [instrumental] (starts at 29:05) Track 8: Let your spirit free [instrumental] (starts at 33:49) Track 9: Pass a good time [instrumental] (starts at 38:03) Track 10: Little wild [instrumental] (starts at 42:03) Track 11: Morning coffee keeps me warm [instrumental] (starts at 47:38) Track 12: Glamorous [instrumental] (starts at 52:23) Encore starts at: 58:56 ----- * Please support me and my music by listening and sharing them on Youtube. My music is also available for downloading from Leading online music stores directly from these links: Google Play: http://tinyurl.com/zjc5jtt Reverbnation: http://tinyurl.com/jyag6js iTunes: http://tinyurl.com/z7gl4o9 Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/zlojb9t eMusic: http://tinyurl.com/zkjbcor Spotify: http://tinyurl.com/gpknd2x * Stay up to date with my latest releases by subscribing to my Youtube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/user/lewisluongrelaxation?sub_confirmation=1 * Join me on my social networks where I frequently upload music for you to download for FREE: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LewisLuongMusicPage Twitter: https://twitter.com/lewisluongmusic * For commercial use of my music, please email your enquiry to [email protected] for a quote
Views: 37250 LewisLuong Relaxation Cafe
New Orleans-based clarinet virtuoso Evan Christopher demonstrates how a frontline of horns play together to create the sound of collective improvisation in New Orleans Jazz. Learn more at our Jazz Academy! Visit http://academy.jalc.org Evan Christopher - Clarinet Jon-Erik Kellso - Trumpet Vincent Gardner - Trombone Eli Yamin - Piano Eric Suquet - Director Bill Thomas - Director of Photography Richard Emery - Production Assistant Seton Hawkins - Producer Recorded April 7, 2013
Views: 149402 Jazz at Lincoln Center's JAZZ ACADEMY
live at "Osaka Big River Jazz Festival 2011". HIGUCHI Toshiya (Grand Marshal, Mahogany Hall Stompers) TAKENAKA Yasuo (Trombone, Mahogany Hall Stompers) AKISADA Toru (Trombone, New Orleans Four T's) KOBAYASHI Shoji (Clarinet, Mahogany Hall Stompers) TOKUDA Koji (Clarinet, New Orleans Four T's) CHIMOTO Naoko (Clarinet, New Orleans Hot Cats) YANASE Fumihiro (Snare Drum, New Orleans Red Beans) MURO Koji (Bass Drum, Mahogany Hall Stompers) Monko (Snare Drum, Osaka Hot Cats) TAKAI Toshihiro (Sousaphone, Mahogany Hall Stompers) TAMURA Koichi (Trumpet, New Orleans Four T's) MATSUBARA Aoi (Trumpet, Osaka Hot Cats) IKEMOTO Norikazu (Trumpet, New Orleans Red Beans) Original Dixieland Jazz Club: http://www.odjc.com/
Views: 249725 HHUPMANN
Fun group that was really listening to each other and blending. I may need to buy a kazoo and toilet paper roll. Updated March 2015. Leonie Evans: kazoo (UK) Ewan Bleach: clarinet (UK) Guillaume Corral: alto sax (France) Arne Wernink: trumpet (Nederlands) Alexander Keuenhof: trombone (Germany) Julien Didier: tuba (France) Joseph Vu Van: banjo (France) No specific band name, just friends jamming on "I saw your face in the moon"
Views: 2542306 Ken Jones
New Orleans Traditional Jazz Band - New Orleans style funeral procession
Views: 226452 Laurie-Anne Collins
How was Marco Polo the first Jazz musician? What made New Orleans so special? What was Congo Square? How was the solo invented? How was Jazz invented? Find out more in this video series with WKCR personality and Jazz at Lincoln Center curator Phil Schaap! Visit http://academy.jalc.org to learn more Phil Schaap - Lecturer Eric Suquet - Director Bill Thomas - Director of Photography Aaron Chandler - Audio Engineer Richard Emery - Production Assistant Seton Hawkins - Producer Theme music composed and performed by Eli Yamin Recorded September 10, 2013
Views: 4520 Jazz at Lincoln Center's JAZZ ACADEMY
Come pay your respects like we do down here in Nawlin's. Experience a real New Orleans second line jazz funeral for the lovely and talented Juanita Brooks.
Views: 1144384 kookydave
How does the trumpet player end the piece when you're playing New Orleans-style Jazz? Jon-Erik Kellso shows you a few tips and conventions for how you can end the piece. Learn more by visiting the Jazz Academy at http://academy.jazz.org Jon-Erik Kellso - Trumpet Eric Suquet - Director Bill Thomas - Director of Photography Richard Emery - Production Assistant Seton Hawkins - Producer Recorded April 7, 2013
Views: 25984 Jazz at Lincoln Center's JAZZ ACADEMY
http://bit.do/billsbook The New Orleans blues progression is definitely worth knowing about if you’re into blues piano, but also because it crops up in lots of American roots music. It’s a variant of the twelve-bar blues that uses the “circle of fifths” rather than following the usual progression. In this tutorial I take a detailed look at how the New Orleans progression can work on the piano, and at what makes a good blues piano improvisation. It worth mentioning that this video isn’t really aimed at complete beginners, as I’ll assume that you’re familiar with some basic terminology. If you’re new to improvisation and blues piano, check out some of my earlier videos. The New Orleans progression is the same as standard twelve-bar until bar eight, where it follows the circle of fifths to eventually resolve back onto the root. This creates a very distinctive sound. There are plenty of different techniques that you can use to keep the right hand improvisation interesting and varied. Try incorporating trills, runs, crush notes, and other improvisation techniques that I’ve mentioned before. For the first part of this improvisation I stick to the basic blues scale, whereas towards the end I move away from this to use pentatonic scales. It’s not always necessary to stick rigidly to the beat, either. Playing ‘rubato’ or ‘tempo rubato’ (which means ‘stolen time’) means being free and easy with timing, by playing some bars faster and some slower. This creates an expressive effect, and is common in slow blues and jazz piano. It’s worth remembering that improvisation (especially in blues and jazz) is about much more than the notes you play: rhythm, method, and approach all influence whether your improvisation is effective. If you enjoyed this video you might also be interested in my book, How to Really Play the Piano, which is a great beginners’ guide to improvisation and blues piano. You might also enjoy some of my other videos, and my website www.billspianopages.com
Views: 144007 Bill Hilton
Traditional Jazz, recorded 8th of October 2010 in New Orleans Royal St - as a special request for me! Great performance!
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The New Orleans-based Original Dixieland Jass Band (with drummer Tony Sbarbaro) makes the first official "jazz" recordings in New York City. Around the same time, other Crescent City musicians - including drummers Baby Dodds and Zutty Singleton - relocate to Chicago, where the New Orleans jazz style becomes very influential. In this 15-part series, Vic Firth and Daniel Glass will be looking at 100 years of drumming evolution. Learn about the key events and advancements that shaped the drumset we know and love today! www.vicfirth.com/drumset-history Visit the Vic Firth website today for an interactive timeline and hundreds of great photos cataloging the history of our instrument the drumset! Start from the beginning! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5-C4S0keC0&index=2&list=PLpKMeH_MXcaSL7sTLRAzOaWf6NLQgX9W4
Views: 124044 Vic Firth
Buy on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/hh1hk1 Buy on Amazon: http://smarturl.it/jq7kf5 Buy on vinyl: http://smarturl.it/6nq07t The Preservation Hall Jazz Band is: Mark Braud-trumpet Charlie Gabriel-clarinet Freddie Lonzo-trombone Clint Maedgen-tenor sax Rickie Monie-piano Walter Payton-string bass Ben Jaffe-tuba Joe Lastie-drums "Tailgate Ramble" is featured on The Preservation Hall Jazz Band album "New Orleans Preservation Vol. 1" available on Itunes, stores everywhere,and on our online store at http://www.preservationhall.com camerawork by Ralph Madison, Hubie Vigreaux, Ron Rona editing: Ron Rona Preservation Hall Live New Orleans Jazz Since 1961
Views: 662222 Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Evan Christopher and Eli Yamin talk about the techniques a clarinetist can use to capture the sounds, colors, and stylistic tricks of New Orleans Jazz. Learn more at our Jazz Academy! Visit http://academy.jalc.org Evan Christopher - Clarinet Eli Yamin - Piano Eric Suquet - Director Bill Thomas - Director of Photography Richard Emery - Production Assistant Seton Hawkins - Producer Theme music composed and performed by Eli Yamin. Recorded April 9, 2013
Views: 312998 Jazz at Lincoln Center's JAZZ ACADEMY
New Orleans style jazz band "Acoustic Jass" lead the funeral procession of Jean Hooper on the approach to Merthyr Dyfan Cemetery, Barry on Tuesday May 7th 2013. This video was shot by JGR Media Ltd (www.grjmedia.com ) as part of a series on funeral directors to be shown on S4C Acoustic Jass are available for Funerals and Wakes through out the south of England see http://www.jazz-funeral.co.uk/.
Views: 265255 acousticjass
https://www.magnolianola.com Music that is uniquely New Orleans. An experience that is uniquely Magnolia Entertainment.
Views: 3464 Magnolia Entertainment NOLA
Get this song here: http://smarturl.it/EssentialsPMJ Postmodern Jukebox tix: http://smarturl.it/tourpmjyt Folks, meet Maiya Sykes. I first heard her unbelievably powerful voice during our LA residency, and immediately asked her to join us on a video; you'll immediately see why. Here's her PMJ debut - a New Orleans jazz remake of The Darkness' cult classic, "I Believe in a Thing Called Love." More good news: Maiya will be joining us on our Spring tour! Check her Facebook page for specifics: https://www.facebook.com/MaiyaSykesEntertainment Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox: http://postmodernjukebox.com/ https://www.facebook.com/postmodernjukebox The Band: Maiya Sykes - vocals https://www.facebook.com/MaiyaSykesEntertainment http://www.instagram.com/maiyasykes Mike Rocha - trumpet Lemar Guillary - trombone Jacob Scesney - clarinet http://www.instagram.com/jsayswho Adam Kubota - bass http://www.facebook.com/adamkubotabass Chip Thomas - drums http://www.twitter.com/chipfunky Scott Bradlee - piano http://www.facebook.com/scottbradleemusic http://www.instagram.com/scottbradlee http://www.twitter.com/scottbradlee See Postmodern Jukebox LIVE: http://smarturl.it/tourpmjyt | Tickets On Sale NOW for the US/Canada, UK, Europe, Australia/NZ, Asia — find over 100 dates on sale right NOW! Postmodern Jukebox’s Home On The Web: http://smarturl.it/pmjwebyt Join the PMJ Inner circle! New Videos, Tour Dates & More: http://smarturl.it/pmjsignupyt Shop our Vintage Swag: http://smarturl.it/shoppmjyt
Views: 1698022 PostmodernJukebox
Jazz historian, ethnomusicologist and multi-instrumentalist Dr. Lloyd Miller discusses and demonstrates jazz root elements and authentic New Orleans performance on several instruments. In his teens, Miller personally listened to Alphonse Picou, Kid Ory, George Lewis and his band plus Miller met with and talked for hours with Louis Armstrong, banjoist Johnny St. Cyr, pianist Alton Purnell and other traditional jazz greats. In the 1920s, Miller's father played with Chicago Era jazzman Doc Evans at Carleton College in Minnesota. The correct method of playing early New Orleans jazz is demonstrated on various instruments by Miller who can play 100 instruments in 15 world traditions. Comparisons of Bunk Johnson and his disciple Louis Armstrong, representations of Buddy Bolden, George Lewis, Kid Ory, Jelly Roll Morton and other early jazz figures are offered by Miller who has transcribed dozens of key recorded performances and trained young musicians to correctly play early jazz in many concerts in the Salt Lake City area.
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wir suchen noch immer nach dem Namen des Sprechers, wer ihn kennt, möge es doch bitte melden. DANKE The Traditional Jazz Union -- Christmas New Orléans Style. mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Frits Bolsenbroek Ein "Live - Konzert" von 1973 Titel 1 Maryland my Maryland 2 Süsser die Glocken nie klingen 3 Winter Wonderland - Sprecher 4 O du fröhliche, o du selige 5 Jingle bells - Sprecher 6 Tochter Zion freue dich - Sprecher 7 Kommet ihr Hirten 8 Leise rieselt der schnee - Sprecher 9 Es ist ein Ros entsprungen 10 Chimes blues 11 Come all ye faithfull (adeste fideles) Die Band: Frank Nowak: Tp. Voc. Id; Klaus Wegener: Cl. Arr; Jochen Kruse: Tb.Eitel; Eitel Schwarzer: B; Wolfgang Theis: B; Knut Fischer: Dm;
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Sidney Bechet – Find the album here: http://apple.co/1NDaudJ http://bit.ly/1KHuuvO http://bit.ly/1QGyTpk http://bit.ly/1frh3XM http://amzn.to/1Ut4f1L Join us on facebook : http://on.fb.me/1yY77w3 Tracklist : 00:00 - Si tu vois ma mère 03:12 - Petite fleur 06:24 - Pattes de mouche 09:05 - Marchand de poisson 11:50 - As-tu le cafard ? 14:20 - Le fantome du blues 17:30 - Ce mossieur qui parle 21:08 - Les oignons 23:50 - Mon homme 26:47 - Ni queue ni tête 30:29 - Moulin à café 33:30 - Moustache gauloise 36:39 - Madame Bécassine 39:11 - Promenade aux Champs Elysées 42:25 - En attendant le jour 45:40 - Dans les rues d'Antibes Brought to you by The WNTS Jazz Education Program -- JazzAndBluesExperience ♫ SUBSCRIBE HERE : http://bit.ly/10VoH4l (Re)Discover the Jazz and Blues greatest hits ! ♫ JazznBluesExperience is your channel for all the best jazz and blues music. Find your favorite songs and artists and experience the best of jazz music and blues music. Subscribe for free to stay connected to our channel and easily access our video updates! ♫ Facebook FanPage : http://www.facebook.com/JazznBluesExperience ♫ Jazz & Blues on Deezer : https://lnk.to/JnB_Deezer ♫ Jazz & Blues on Spotify : https://lnk.to/JnB_Spotify
Views: 61269 Jazz and Blues Experience
Evan Christopher and Eli Yamin play the Blues, and talk about how to incorporate Blues phrasing and vocal effects into playing the clarinet. Learn more at our Jazz Academy! Visit http://academy.jalc.org Evan Christopher - Clarinet Eli Yamin - Piano Eric Suquet - Director Bill Thomas - Director of Photography Richard Emery - Production Assistant Seton Hawkins - Producer Recorded April 9, 2013
Views: 37874 Jazz at Lincoln Center's JAZZ ACADEMY
Get the MP3 on "Selfies on Kodachrome": http://smarturl.it/shoppmjyt See PMJ on tour: http://smarturl.it/tourpmjyt The incredible talent that is Casey Abrams joined us for this New Orleans remake of Sam Smith's latest hit, "I'm Not the Only One." Check out Casey's page to learn more about him: http://www.facebook.com/iamcaseyabrams and hear his solo album here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/casey-abrams/id535656695 Special thanks to our friends at Hum Music for letting us use their beautiful studio! Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox: http://postmodernjukebox.com/ https://www.facebook.com/postmodernjukebox The Band: Casey Abrams - upright bass and vocals http://www.facebook.com/iamcaseyabrams Mike Cottone - trumpet http://www.twitter.com/mikecottone Jacob Scesney - clarinet Lemar Guillary - trombone Chip Thomas - drums http://www.twitter.com/chipfunky Scott Bradlee - piano http://www.instagram.com/scottbradlee http://www.facebook.com/scottbradleemusic Postmodern Jukebox’s Home On The Web: http://smarturl.it/pmjwebyt See Postmodern Jukebox LIVE: http://smarturl.it/tourpmjyt | Tickets On Sale NOW for the US/Canada, UK, Europe, Australia/NZ, Asia — find over 100 dates on sale right NOW! Join the PMJ Inner circle! New Videos, Tour Dates & More: http://smarturl.it/pmjsignupyt Shop our Vintage Swag: http://smarturl.it/shoppmjyt http://www.facebook.com/postmodernjukebox Twitter / Insta: @PMJofficial
Views: 5251048 PostmodernJukebox
Today we're learning how to play a Stanton Moore/New Orleans jazz drum pattern that has become a huge influence over many genres and generations of musicians. Jordan West is back to walk you through the beats, and she'll be back next week with more tips and tricks. Stay tuned! Read more on Reverb: https://goo.gl/ym8yqb Check out past lessons: https://goo.gl/3nGPCw Hear more from Jordan: http://jordanwestdrums.com/
Views: 17906 Reverb
MIDI File = https://sellfy.com/p/DNIK/ PDF Sheet Music (key of Eb) = https://sellfy.com/p/mSqY/ PDF Sheet Music (Key of F) = https://sellfy.com/p/eThC/ Want more piano tutorials? Go to FunkPianoAcademy.com and start learning your favorite songs today! Subscribe!! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thenaekid A transcription of blues piano playing by Dr. John in the style of New Orleans. The first half is normal speed, and the second half is slowed down.
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Jazz funeral is a common name for a funeral tradition with music which developed in New Orleans, Louisiana. The term "jazz funeral" was long in use by observers from elsewhere, but was generally disdained as inappropriate by most New Orleans musicians and practitioners of the tradition. The preferred description was "funeral with music"; while jazz was part of the music played, it was not the primary focus of the ceremony. This reluctance to use the term faded significantly in the final 15 years or so of the 20th century among the younger generation of New Orleans brass band musicians more familiar with the post-Dirty Dozen Brass Band and Soul Rebels Brass Band funk influenced style than the older traditional New Orleans jazz. The tradition blends strong European and African cultural influences. Louisiana's colonial past gave it a tradition of military style brass bands which were called on for many occasions, including playing funeral processions. This was combined with African spiritual practices, specifically the Yoruba tribe of Nigeria and other parts of West Africa. Jazz funerals are also heavily influenced by early twentieth century African American Protestant and Catholic churches, black brass bands, and the Haitian Voudoo's idea of celebrating after death in order to please the spirits who protect the dead. Another group that has influenced jazz funerals is the Mardi Gras Indians The tradition was widespread among New Orleanians across ethnic boundaries at the start of the 20th century. As the common brass band music became wilder in the years before World War I, some white New Orleanians considered the hot music disrespectful, and such musical funerals became rare among the city's white citizens. After the 1960s, it gradually started being practised across ethnic and religious boundaries. Most commonly such musical funerals are done for individuals who are musicians themselves, connected to the music industry, or members of various social aid and pleasure clubs or Carnival krewes who make a point of arranging for such funerals for members. Although the majority of jazz funerals are for African American musicians there has been a new trend in which jazz funerals are given to young people who have died. The organizers of the funeral arrange for hiring the band as part of the services. When a respected fellow musician or prominent member of the community dies, some additional musicians may also play in the procession as a sign of their esteem for the deceased. A typical jazz funeral begins with a march by the family, friends, and a brass band from the home, funeral home or church to the cemetery. Throughout the march, the band plays somber dirges and hymns. A change in the tenor of the ceremony takes place, after either the deceased is entombed, or the hearse leaves the procession and members of the procession say their final goodbye and they "cut the body loose". After this the music becomes more upbeat, often starting with a hymn or spiritual number played in a swinging fashion, then going into popular hot tunes. There is raucous music and cathartic dancing where onlookers join in to celebrate the life of the deceased. Those who follow the band just to enjoy the music are called the second line, and their style of dancing, in which they walk and sometimes twirl a parasol or handkerchief in the air, is called second lining. Some typical pieces often played at jazz funerals are the slow, and sober song "Nearer My God to Thee" and such spirituals as "Just a Closer Walk With Thee". The later more upbeat tunes frequently include "When the Saints Go Marching In" and "Didn't He Ramble".
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Here is a New Orleans travel guide about what to do in the Big Easy. Learn about my favorite restaurants in New Orleans, the best beignets in New Orleans and the best places to shop in New Orleans. There's also a peek at New Orleans Jazz Fest 2017. Of course there is a bit on what outfits to wear and where to buy them. I hope this helps! ps. Stay tuned for the giveaway at the end!!! FIND ME: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/KARENBRITCHICK/ Twitter: @karenbritchick - https://twitter.com/KarenBritChick Snapchat: Karenbritchick Blog: Where Did U Get That - http://wheredidugetthat.com BAG GIVEAWAY + HOW TO WIN: 1. SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL 2. FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM 3. TAG A FRIEND ON MY RECENT INSTAGRAM POSTS TO FOLLOW ME 4. LEAVE A COMMENT BELOW THAT IT'S DONE! I WILL ANNOUNCE THE WINNER IN NEXT WEEK FRIDAY'S MAY 19TH VIDEO!! SHIRT I AM WEARING IN THIS VIDEO: http://bit.ly/2pIazta RE-STOCKED!! WHITE COLD SHOULDER BLOUSE IN VIDEO: http://bit.ly/2rdhwU7 COLD SHOULDER BLOUSE LOOKALIKES: STORETS: http://bit.ly/2pUHlrT ASOS: http://bit.ly/2pUMAYF RIVER ISLAND: http://bit.ly/2pUSWaq ASOS: http://bit.ly/2pMHLTt SHOPBOP: http://bit.ly/2pUF00d RAINBOW STRAPPY SANDALS: http://bit.ly/2pV785u MADEWELL BLACK SANDALS: http://bit.ly/2pHuUPy BROWN CROSS BODY BAG: http://bit.ly/2q9PNE2 H&M OFF THE SHOULDER DRESS SIMILAR: http://bit.ly/2r36yU5 NEW ORLEANS JAZZ FEST SITE: http://www.nojazzfest.com Share this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_EhjablpfA&t=400s
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Reading Music Course (and a whole lot more): https://joeraciti.com Beginner? Try this new app: http://www.joytunes.com/ytchannels?pid=ytchannels&c=joeraciti SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/JoeRacitiSubscribe Patronize Me (seriously, I'd dig that): https://www.patreon.com/JoeRaciti Jingle Bells Sheet Music: http://bit.ly/JingleBellsSheetMusic Learn Piano From Me!: http://www.joeraciti.com Request A Tutorial: http://bit.ly/PianoTutorialRequests Follow me on Google+!: http://bit.ly/YTPTGooglePlus Join My Google Group!: http://groups.google.com/group/JoeRaciti My Music!: http://bit.ly/RomanticSharkAttack T-Shirt Link: http://bit.ly/JoeRacitiTShirts In this video I am playing a jazzy version of that old holiday classic "Jingle Bells." This rendition is inspired by New Orleans style jazz when many instrumentalist play a solo at the same time. You can find my other tutorials by searching the name of the song you want to play + "Joe Raciti" or "jraciti1". If you would like different piano lessons from the ones I have posted, you can vote for the next tutorial at the Facebook link above. Otherwise, leave a comment in the comment section or thumbs up an existing comment to let me know what songs you would like me to teach you. I can't promise that I'll be able to get to them but I will at least consider your recommendations. My free online lessons are made with love and don't cost you a dime so please, let me know you appreciate what I do by leaving a comment, favoriting, sharing, and subscribing. Jingle Bells Lyrics: Dashing through the snow In a one-horse open sleigh O'er the fields we go Laughing all the way Bells on bobtail ring Making spirits bright What fun it is to ride and sing A sleighing song tonight! (chorus) Jingle bells, jingle bells, Jingle all the way. Oh! what fun it is to ride In a one-horse open sleigh. Jingle bells, jingle bells, Jingle all the way; Oh! what fun it is to ride In a one-horse open sleigh. A day or two ago I thought I'd take a ride And soon, Miss Fanny Bright Was seated by my side, The horse was lean and lank Misfortune seemed his lot He got into a drifted bank And then we got upsot. |: chorus:| A day or two ago, The story I must tell I went out on the snow, And on my back I fell; A gent was riding by In a one-horse open sleigh, He laughed as there I sprawling lie, But quickly drove away. |: chorus:| Now the ground is white Go it while you're young, Take the girls tonight and sing this sleighing song; Just get a bobtailed?bay Two forty as his speed Hitch him to an open sleigh And crack! you'll take the lead. |: chorus:| --- GEAR: Studio Projects C1 Large Diaphragm Condensor Microphones (2): http://amzn.to/PxLeJj Creative Labs E-MU Preamp: http://amzn.to/V1Euaw Monster Microphone Cables: http://amzn.to/V1EF5M Senheiser HD 280 Pro Headphones: http://amzn.to/O7NETU Keyboard: http://bit.ly/CasioPriviaPX850 Camera: I used to use a Kodak Zi8: http://amzn.to/PxNvV0 - you might also try a later model if you are interested in this camera and price point... maybe something like the Kodak Playsport: http://amzn.to/S2fi3Y. Thanks to being selected as a YouTube Next Up How To Guru, I now use a Canon 60D SLR camera: http://bit.ly/Canon60DBody My award package came with two lenses. So far I have only been using the IS USM lens: http://amzn.to/ZrGiiO but I might start experimenting with the 50 mm lens too: http://amzn.to/155jgxD I use a manfrotto tripod: http://amzn.to/ZgQFlC and a manfrotto joystick tripod head: http://amzn.to/VvZMiR My lighting gear came in a set: http://amzn.to/UIf5FS I edit my videos on an Asus U46E-BAL7 computer: http://amzn.to/OyZvKw using Adobe Premier Pro CS6: http://amzn.to/UcwGDx I edit audio using Reaper: http://www.reaper.fm/ I joined GuruFocus.com for my stock research. Great screener, charts and fundamental data: https://www.gurufocus.com
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New Orleans Traditional Jazz Band performs the Saints Go Marching In Compton. For bookings: contact Hilarion @ 323/733-1023 GO TO: www.nojazzband.com
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Recorded At The Adirondack Cafe Jinbocho Tokyo Japan, Dec 30th 2014. With Shaye Cohn.
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The Ballydehob Jazz Festival New Orleans Style Jazz Funeral
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The Definitive Jelly Roll Morton – Ragtime & Early Sounds from New Orleans Find the album here: http://apple.co/1PctaVl http://amzn.to/1bqwkqh http://bit.ly/1Fc7qWP http://bit.ly/1Jr6zQY http://bit.ly/1aPBVoH http://bit.ly/1CFWsmC http://bit.ly/1JodUVZ Join us on Facebook : http://on.fb.me/1yY77w3 Tracklist: 00:00 - Gambling Jack 02:51 - High Society 05:39 - I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say 08:53 - West End Blues 11:47 - Black Bottom Stomp 15:00 - Jelly Roll Blues 18:05 - Doctor Jazz 21:30 - Wolverine Blues 24:51 - Kansas City Stomp 27:44 - Tin Roof Blues 30:44 - Mr Jelly Lord 34:51 - Steamboat Stomp 38:00 - Georgia Swing 40:30 - Shreveport 43:46 - Mississippi Mildred 46:44 - Climax Rag 49:11 - King Porter Stomp 51:45 - The Pearls 55:00 - Shreveport Stomp 59:45 - Billy Goat Stomp 01:03:15 - Tom Cat Blues 01:06:33 - Sweet Man 01:10:03 - Wild Man Blues 01:13:18 - Beale Street Blues 01:16:30 - New Orleans Joys 01:19:16 - Grandpa's Spells 01:22:11 - Cannon Ball Blues 01:25:46 - The Pearls 01:29:09 - Maple Leaf Rag 01:31:52 - Mamie's Blues 01:34:38 - Frances 01:37:44 - Turtle Twist 01:40:55 - Maple Leaf Rag New Orleans Style 01:42:19 - Creepy Feeling 01:45:39 - Ballin' the Jack 01:47:55 - Shoe Shiner's Drag 01:51:17 - Burnin' the Iceberg 01:54:20 - New Orleans Bump 01:57:43 - Little Lawrence 02:00:40 - Imitation of Tony Jackson' Ragtime Style 02:01:33 - Sweet Substitute 02:04:27 - Mint Julep 02:07:32 - Ponchartrain 02:10:28 - Winin' Boy Blues 02:13:40 - Smilin' the Blues Away 02:16:38 - Crazy Chords -- JazzAndBluesExperience ♫ SUBSCRIBE HERE : http://bit.ly/10VoH4l (Re)Discover the Jazz and Blues greatest hits ! ♫ JazznBluesExperience is your channel for all the best jazz and blues music. Find your favorite songs and artists and experience the best of jazz music and blues music. Subscribe for free to stay connected to our channel and easily access our video updates! ♫ Facebook FanPage : http://www.facebook.com/JazznBluesExperience ♫ Jazz & Blues on Deezer : https://lnk.to/JnB_Deezer ♫ Jazz & Blues on Spotify : https://lnk.to/JnB_Spotify
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The breakout, Grammy–nominated jazz trombonist talks about his hometown and why his education will never end. Read more about Trombone Shorty here: https://goo.gl/eZ53xJ Check out Trombone Shorty's newest album "Parking Lot Symphony" here: http://www.bluenote.com/news/trombone-shorty-blue-note-debut
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