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Fri Mar 21 17:09:34 2014 UTClccn-n831214940.00Teagarden, Jack0.441.00Big gate : a chronological listing of the recorded works of Jack Teagarden from 1928 to 1950 /29719516Jack_Teagardenn 83121494957558Big T.Big T., 1905-1964Teagarden, Weldon John 1905-1964Teagarden, Weldon Leo.Teagarden, Weldon Leo, 1905-1964The Swingin' Gate.Weldon, John T. 1905-1964Weldon, Leo, 1905-1964lccn-n50001506Armstrong, Louis1901-1971othsngprfvoccnditrcmplccn-n81139256Goodman, Benny1909-1986cndprfitrcmplccn-n81013286O'Day, Anitasngprflccn-n81020082Hines, Earl1903-1983cndprfitrcmplccn-n81071132Russell, Pee Weecndprfitrlccn-n81072985Bigard, Barneycmpsngprfitrvoclccn-n82025132Giuffre, Jimmyprflccn-no94037810New Yorker Video (Firm)pbllccn-no2001000738Raven Filmsprolccn-n83174965Hackett, BobbyprfitrcmpTeagarden, Jack1905-1964BiographyJazzJazz vocalsBig band musicNewport Jazz FestivalBlues (Music)United StatesSwing (Music)Trumpet music (Jazz)Dance orchestra musicPopular musicTeagarden, Jack,Dixieland musicTrombone music (Jazz)Motion picture music--ExcerptsJazz musiciansMotion picturesAlternate takes (Sound recordings)Musicals--Excerpts, ArrangedTrombone with bandLive sound recordingsTrumpet with jazz ensembleMusiciansJazz festivalsRhode Island--NewportHayes, IsaacLaine, CleoJoplin, Scott,Yearwood, TrishaGraham, Bill,Judas Priest (Musical group)Lockwood, Robert Jr.,En Vogue (Musical group)Williams, Vanessa,Burton, GarySoul Asylum (Musical group)Valli, Frankie,Reeves, JimJesus & Mary Chain (Musical group)Jolson, Al,Sugarcubes (Musical group)Ertegun, Ahmet MHendricks, BarbaraChilton, AlexBiz Markie,Iron Maiden (Musical group)Cave, Nick,Morgan, LorrieCaruso, Enrico,Gordon, Dexter,Marsalis, Branford19051964192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220131161619552770781.65M1366ocn043814555ocn029767730ocn021936547ocn003362680ocn032638105ocn049591484ocn037362449ocn052542933ocn042461587ocn045617668ocn026215193ocn026270322ocn153318324ocn006750524ocn034580289ocn041672860ocn693823056ocn156873057ocn156991065ocn027776485ocn026270322ocn004343623ocn033322900ocn181762566ocn028877665ocn051982409ocn027807855ocn244487881ocn028109600ocn030324172ocn658518464ocn765901861ocn764983426ocn762776306ocn763797223ocn765918070ocn659005229ocn764880271ocn765474810ocn765474544ocn008660153ocn030119973ocn026881120ocn027807855ocn176629410ocn180764941ocn027776485ocn046661618ocn173819645ocn174143844ocn027354952ocn030464360ocn698388919ocn796848840ocn795450432ocn795450968ocn795459481ocn795460752ocn795460015ocn795456153ocn038187751ocn055218692ocn661196123ocn766741269ocn4274355797237ocn043814555visu19870.24Jazz on a summer's dayEnshrined in the National Film Registry in 1999, Bert Stern's 1959 film offers precisely what its title promises. Along with a wealth of great music, the film subtly conveys the economic differences between the music's origins and Newport's wealthy citizens, and highlights the concentration and playfulness of great musicians by photographing them as intimately as possible. Despite the title, this concert film's performances--captured over the course of a weekend during the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival--really shine when night falls. As a documentary, it stylishly immortalizes transcendently beautiful music played on a glorious day, suggesting in the process that film might have no higher purpose+-+135558210632430843ocn006202580rcrd19500.70Teagarden, JackJack TeagardenBiographySolomon Jazz Collection2452ocn029767730rcrd19930.21An anthology of big band swing (1930-1955)2223ocn046327803visu20010.35The best of jazz & blues"Musicals shorts, produced to merely fill out the film program, have in many cases acquired more value than the features they once supported. Filmed at the Paramount Studios in Astoria, Queens, these films offer unparalleled opportunities to see and hear great artists in action -- and sometimes present surprisingly gutsy subject matter via truly innovative film technique." -- Container1882ocn037605459rcrd19970.19Armstrong, LouisNow you has jazz Louis Armstrong at M-G-M1841ocn026215193rcrd19910.25Goodman, BennyThe birth of swing1791ocn003362680rcrd19700.53Smith, BessieBessie Smith the world's greatest blues singerSolomon Jazz Collection14216ocn810127938rcrd19510.37Armstrong, LouisSatchmo at Symphony HallSolomon Jazz Collection1205ocn032638105rcrd19920.28Goodman, BennyB.G. and Big Tea in NYC1132ocn024530156rcrd19880.21The first Esquire concert1089ocn022970885rcrd19600.53Jack Teagarden's Big EightJack Teagarden's Big Eight ; Pee Wee Russell's Rhythmakers10713ocn004423635rcrd19550.70Teagarden, JackThe Golden horn of Jack Teagarden with Red Nichols, Adrian Rollini, Lang-Venuti, Eddie Condon and Louis Armstrong Orchestras981ocn026270322rcrd19920.33Armstrong, LouisThe California concerts9712ocn689533646rcrd19510.63Armstrong, LouisSatchmo at PasadenaRecorded at Pasadena, 30th January 1951964ocn689529148file19990.73Teagarden, JackJack Teagarden and his orchestra meet me where they play the blues9615ocn785988703file19760.73Teagarden, JackBasin Street blues9511ocn689533694rcrd19610.70Teagarden, JackMis'ry and the blues9520ocn022813229rcrd19330.50Teagarden, JackI gotta right to sing the blues893ocn049591484rcrd20010.73Beiderbecke, BixThe complete OKeh and Brunswick Bix Beiderbecke, Frank Trumbauer and Jack Teagarden sessions (1924-36)8310ocn004864798rcrd19630.70Teagarden, JackKing of the blues trombone3929ocn002089664book19600.53Smith, Jay DJack Teagarden : the story of a jazz maverickBiography+-+9778531585582ocn000191287book19600.63Waters, Howard JJack Teagarden's music : his career and recordingsBiographyDiscography351ocn015360439book19860.86Mückenberger, HeinerMeet me where they play the blues : Jack Teagarden und seine MusikBiography151ocn527365966book19940.20Contemporary musicians. profiles of the people in musicBiographyProvides comprehensive information on musicians and groups from around the world. Entries include a detailed biographical essay, selected discographies, contact information, and a list of sources122ocn052121644book20020.96Gerber, AlainJack Teagarden : Pluie d'étoiles sur l'AlabamaBiographyEvocation d'un jazzman mort à la Nouvelle-Orléans en 1964 et qui a donné au trombone ses lettres de noblesse111ocn039136346rcrd19960.84Kalitzke, JohannesBericht über den Tod des Musikers Jack TiergartenDrama51ocn040308238book19930.97Garrod, CharlesJack Teagarden and his orchestraDiscography41ocn222233268rcrd19970.28Teagarden, JackTexas tea party41ocn026682170book19790.28Guttridge, Leonard FJack TeagardenCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography42ocn073332883book20050.97Lambert, David DuaneA comparison of three divergent jazz trombone styles from 1953 : Jack Teagarden, J. J. Johnson, and Frank Rosolino : a doctoral essayCriticism, interpretation, etc41ocn000168744book19511.00Smith, Jay DBig gate : a chronological listing of the recorded works of Jack Teagarden from 1928 to 1950Discography21ocn181101325rcrd19751.00McRee, JohnsonFat Cat's tribute to Jack Teagarden11ocn166265020art19660.10American Society of Composers, Authors and PublishersBauduc, Ray11ocn680646878art19790.10Teagarden, Jack. 58Periodicals11ocn243608024score19410.47Robinson, RosaOur Navy to-dayPortraitsMusic11ocn042743222rcrd19691.00Gottlieb, Robert Edward MRobert Edward M. Gottlieb oral history interviewRobert Edward M. Gottlieb discusses his recording collection and plays some of his old records of Big Bands11ocn069222320visu1.00Beach, EdEdward Beach collectionPortraitsThe collection consists exclusively of photographs and other iconography of musicians. Primarily, the images are of jazz musicians; also represented are a few notable figures from other musical and artistic disciplines. The bulk of the material dated from the 1950s through the mid-1970s; one photograph is dated 1940. Of particular interest are images of: Louis Armstrong; William "Count" Basie; Sidney Bechet; Leon Bismarck "Bix" Beiderbecke; Bennett Lester "Benny" Carter; John Coltrane; Miles Davis; Roy "Little Jazz" Eldridge; Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington; Bill Evans; John Birks "Dizzy" Gillespie; Benny Goodman; Coleman Hawkins; John Cornelius "Rab" Hodges; Billie Holiday; Henry "Hank" Jones; Charles Mingus; Thelonious Monk; Bessie Smith; Art Tatum; Jack Teagarden; Lester Young. There are images of composers: Benjamin Britten; Aaron Copland; Frederick Delius; Paul Hindemith; Leoš Janáček; Bohuslav Martinu; Darius Milhaud; Carl Orff; Serge Prokofiev; Maurice Ravel; Dmitri Shostakovich; Karol Szymanowski; Ralph Vaughan Williams. Also included is a large poster of Vaslav Nijinsky11ocn068449028art1999Teagarden, JackBiography11ocn849906359book19631.00Scott, PatrickJTBiography11ocn081023180rcrd1.00Hammond, JohnJazz giants [radio broadcast]John Hammond, an executive at Columbia Records and producer of the Columbia Records jazz series, recounts his experiences in the jazz music industry. He discusses the major figures in jazz from the 1930's through the 1950's, and the social background of jazz. A questions-and-answer session follows+-+1355582106324+-+1355582106324Fri Mar 21 15:57:15 EDT 2014batch57891