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Saxophonists


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    • Alto saxophonists
    • Baritone saxophonists
    • Saxophone players
    • Soprano saxophonists
    • Tenor saxophonists
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    • found: Work cat.: Liebman, Dave. What it is : the life of a jazz artist, 2012:p. 4 of cover (David Liebman ... has exerted great influence as a saxophonist, bandleader, composer, author, and educator) p. xv (tenor saxophonist named Dave Liebman)
    • found: Dave Liebman official website, Oct. 21, 2016:home page (Liebman is among the most important saxophonists in contemporary music) press > bios (NEA Jazz Master (2011) David Liebman's career has spanned nearly five decades, beginning in the early 1970s as the saxophone/flautist in both the Elvin Jones and Miles Davis Groups, continuing as a bandleader since)
    • found: AllMusic website, Oct. 21, 2016(Saxophonist and educator David Liebman is a forward-thinking artist whose advanced improvisational style and association with trumpeter Miles Davis in the '70s combined to make him one of the most influential and successful jazz musicians of his generation. Heavily influenced by John Coltrane, Liebman has moved from tenor saxophone to soprano and flute throughout his career and more often than not played in a progressive, post-bop style that touched on fusion and avant-garde jazz.)
    • found: Intervals (Somers, N.Y.). Intervals : the newsletter of soprano saxophonist David Liebman, fall/winter 1994.
    • found: LCSH, Oct. 21, 2016(Saxophonists. UF Saxophone players. BT Woodwind instrument players)
    • found: Wolfe, M.H. Stan Getz : forgotten Bebop tenor saxophonist, ©2009.
    • found: Evensmo, J. The tenor saxophonists of the period 1930-1942, 1969.
    • found: Gitler, I. Jazz masters of the forties, ©1966:contents (Charlie Parker and the alto and baritone saxophonists -- Dizzy Gillespie and the trumpeters -- Bud Powell and the pianists -- J.J. Johnson and the trombonists -- Oscar Pettiford and the bassists -- Kenny Clarke, Max Roach, and the drummers -- Dexter Gordon and the tenor saxophonists -- Lennie Tristano and Lee Konitz -- Tadd Dameron and the arrangers)
    • found: Owens, T. Bebop : the music and its players, 1996:contents (The beginnings -- Early classics -- The Parker style -- Alto saxophonists -- Tenor saxophonists -- Trumpeters -- Pianists -- Bassists and drummers -- Other instrumentalists -- Ensembles -- Younger masters)
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