The latter unhesitatingly named George Lewis as his clarinetist and the familiar series on the Jazz Man and Jazz Information labels were the result ... Down
THE SOLO STYLE OF JAZZ CLARINETIST JOHNNY DODDS: 1923 – 1938 ... (1878-1961), George Lewis (1900-1968), Jimmie Noone (1895-1944), Johnny Dodds (1892 ... Down
such as clarinetist George Lewis have contributed heav- ily to church music. His album George Lewis Plays Hymns (1964) is an example. A deeply religious man, Lewis ... Down
such as clarinetist George Lewis have contributed heav- ily to church music. His album George Lewis Plays Hymns (1964) is an example. A deeply religious man, Lewis ...www.jstor.org/stable/30188697
Jazz clarinetist George Lewis,composer of “Burgundy St. Blues,”lived here in the 1930s and 1940s,when this was a poor African American neighborhood. Turning left,www.prcno.org/neighborhoods/brochures/VieuxCarre.pdf
Jazz Revival in the 1950s and 1960s, clarinetist George Lewis. It is as close to ... Lewis who were classed as black in the city’s social hierarchy. 656doddcenter.uconn.edu/asc/findaids/charters/ChartersArchive_IIID.pdf
While George Russell was developing his theories of Lydian composition and ... Orleans clarinetist George Lewis (not to mention Louis Armstrong),www.allenlowe.com/alpress/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/Lost...