St. Louis Blues - The Dixieland Jazz Group Of NBCs Chamber Music Society Of Lower Basin Street / Lena Horne - The Birth Of The Blues (An Album Of W. C. Handy Music) (Shellac, Album)

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  2. side 1: The Dixieland Jazz Group of "NBC's Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street" with Lena Horne. Aunt Hagar's Blues; side 2: The Dixieland Jazz Group of "NBC's Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street." East St. Louis Blues (Victor ), from the album, The Birth Of the Blues: An Album Of W.C. Handy Music (Victor P 82).
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  6. The “St. Louis Blues” is perhaps the most venerable of all standards. Composed and published in by W.C. Handy, the song was not the first to incorporate the blues (Handy’s “Memphis Blues” has that honor), but it was Handy’s greatest success, recorded thousands of times by musicians of nearly every genre. Tom Lord’s online “The Jazz Discography” lists over jazz.
  7. Original Dixieland Jass Band (after mid spelling changed to Jazz) A Chicago that played the popular Dixieland Jazz style. A band which, in , was the first ever to make a jazz recording. It was also the first jazz band to achieve widespread prominence. The Original Dixieland Jass Band are often known by their initials, the O.D.J.B.
  8. Dixieland developed in the early 20th century ( – ); 1 its four main influences were ragtime, military brass bands, the blues, and gospel music. 1. The usual instrumentation of a Dixieland band was (and still is) trumpet (or cornet), clarinet, trombone, piano, string bass (or .

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