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9 thoughts on “ St. Louis Blues - James P. Johnson* - The Original James P. Johnson (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Mar 21,  · James P. Johnson, master and virtual inventor of Stride piano, performing his "Jingles" in
  2. 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.
  3. James P. Johnson song lyrics collection. Browse 11 lyrics and 49 James P. Johnson albums.
  4. James P. Johnson was the finest popular pianist of his time, the seminal creator of the stride style bridging ragtime and jazz, the composer of “The Charleston,” and the creator of long-form classical works that incorporated African American motifs.
  5. St. Louis Blues By James P. Johnson. • 1 song, Featured on The Original James P. Johnson. More by James P. Johnson. Father Of The Stride Piano. Classic Sessions Vol. 1. Classic Sessions Vol. 2. Classic Sessions Vol. 3. Blue Moods, Sex & Charleston. More James P. Johnson. Listen to James P. Johnson now. Listen to James.
  6. € Add to cart Buy the book James P. Johnson - The Piano Rolls - 17 Piano Solos, with the transcriptions listed below. After payment with Paypal, you will be able to download the book in PDF format or receive the book by postal services if you choose this delivery mode.
  7. Seventy-four minutes of solo piano from the father of Harlem stride piano. Includes eight previously unreleased tracks, including Yamekraw and Jazzamine Concerto. 20 vibrant performances, including Joplin and Handy, a Gershwin hit, and Johnson's own compositions— Classic rags, a .
  8. James P. Johnson is one of the most influential and neglected figues in 20th century American music. Best known as the teacher of Fats Waller, he was the composer of "Charleston", THE song that exemplified the s, a writer of serious orchestral works, a magnificent accompanist of Bessie Smith and others, and the leading figure in the Harlem stride piano style/5(9).
  9. During the s, James P. Johnson's career developed in four distinct areas: stride pianist, vocal accompanist, songwriter and sideman. A new set from Mosaic features Johnson's recordings in all these areas during his peak years of Because the recordings are presented in chronological order, the music of those distinct areas get mixed together. In his Retro Review, Thomas Cunniffe.

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