alto saxophonist

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n alto saxophonist a musician who plays the alto saxophone
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Usage


In news:

New York, NY, Apr 07, 2012 — Alto saxophonist Carl Bartlett, Jr's debut CD, Hopeful, features six original tunes and a guest appearance by the trumpeter who turned him on to jazz more than 15 years ago: his uncle Charles.
There's a cry at the heart of alto saxophonist Darius Jones' sound.
The new quartet album by alto saxophonist Miguel Zenón and pianist Laurent Coq is called Rayuela, which means "hopscotch".
Alto saxophonist was immersed in West Coast jazz scene.
Alto saxophonist Wally Shoup can go from zero to 60 in mere seconds, breaking the silence with a sustained, ear-piercing shriek.
Donald Harrison, an alto saxophonist who has played with a host of jazz legends including Miles Davis and Art Blakey, fled to Baton Rouge, La.
A newcomer on the New York scene, alto saxophonist-composer Erica von Kleist steps out from the ranks of Darcy James Argue's Secret Society to present her auspicious debut as a leader.
Bill Cole, Coltrane scholar and player of several exotic double-reed instruments, salutes his late friend and collaborator alto saxophonist Sam Furnace on this collection of extended live performances.
But the most exhilarating one I've heard is musical— "Confeddie," the debut CD of 19-year-old alto saxophonist Hailey Niswanger, and a work with the joyous feeling of the first day of spring.
The selection of alto saxophonists Irabagon and Green and tenor saxophonist Fowler as the finalists was not especially surprising, although many in the audience thought that Ronen could easily have been included.
The Grammy-nominated, New York-based composer, bandleader, and pianist Vijay Iyer and his trio are joined by the influential alto saxophonist Steve Coleman in a rare guest appearance.
Think of John Zorn, the American composer, alto saxophonist and conceptualist, as a juggler.
Sep 15, 2012 (Jazz24) — With a sweetly ferocious style, the alto saxophonist bridged the post-bop of the 1950s and '60s to the jazz fusion of the '70s and beyond.
For the band's Chicago debut, Cole leads a ten-piece lineup that includes alto saxophonist John Ellis and bassist Ricky Rodriguez, who was just in town with Ninety Miles.
The new quartet album by alto saxophonist Miguel Zenón and pianist Laurent Coq is called Rayuela, which means " hopscotch ".
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