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KING TROMBONE SWING JAZZ - (by Pete Bax)  Year: 2009
Pete Bax 1894 the first "King" trombone came from Mr. White's tiny workshop. But it wasn't "just another trombone, that first trombone was a revelation to the musical world. King trombone is the tune I used to demonstrate The King Trombone range. Instrumental, Jazz, Folk Jazz
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Full Track - Jazz, Folk Jazz  
343024 1:10 Very Fast 180   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: King Trombone Swing Jazz
Catalog ID: 343024  ISRC: US5UL0787478
Description: 1894 the first "King" trombone came from Mr. White's tiny workshop. But it wasn't "just another trombone, that first trombone was a revelation to the musical world. King trombone is the tune I used to demonstrate The King Trombone range.

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Artist or Group: Pete Bax

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Keywords: King Trombone Swing Jazz Henderson N. White brass band trumpet

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Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:10   Tempo: Very Fast   BPM: 180
   Arrangement: Jazz Ensemble
   Instruments: Drum Kit, Piano, Trombone, Double Bass
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Bouncy, Bright, Buoyant, Celebratory, Confident, Delighted, Driving, Dynamic, Fast, Fiery, Happy, Hopeful, Jolly, Joyful, Lively, Primitive, Sprightly, Swinging, Thrilling, Vibrant

Styles: 1930s (Thirties), 1940s (Forties), 1950s (Fifties), 1960s (Sixties), Anthem, Backwoods / Folksy, Entertainment, Jazzy, March, Soundscape

Extended Keywords: Kid Ory was a banjo player during his youth and it is said that his ability to play the banjo helped him develop "tailgate, " a particular style of playing the trombone. In "tailgate" style the trombone plays a rhythmic line underneath the trumpets and cornets. He was at the time the best player of rhythmic counter point on any instrument in the world.

The House on Jackson Avenue, New Orleans, was Ory's residence in the 1910s.
He had one of the best-known bands in New Orleans in the 1910s, hiring many of the great jazz musicians of the city, including, cornetists Joe "King" Oliver, Mutt Carey, and Louis Armstrong; and clarinetists Johnny Dodds and Jimmie Noone.

Kid Ory was white and taught "Tailgate" Trombone to the every other trombonist.

This Melody, King Trombone is written around one of his compositions but played in my own style.

Ory created tailgating which is playing rhythmic counterpoint not just glissing the trombone like mo


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