Charlie Parker
Charles Parker, Jr. (August 29, 1920 – March 12, 1955), also known as "Yardbird" and "Bird", was an American jazz saxophonist and composer.Parker was a highly influential jazz soloist and a leading fi...
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Charlie Parker
Charlie Parker (alt. sax), Herbie Williams (tromp.), Rollins Griffith (Piano), Jimmy Woode (bass), Marquis Foster (drums) Dec. 1953.
Charlie Parker - All the things you are - YouTube
Jun 25, 2008 ... Charles "Bird" Parker, Jr. (1920.08.29.-1955.03.12.) All The Things You Are.
Charlie Parker - Sessions
Charlie Parker Sessions.
Charlie Parker discography
This is a list of Charlie Parker's recordings. Parker recorded extensively for three labels: Savoy, Dial, and Verve. His work with these labels has been chronicled in box sets. Charlie Parker's Savo...
Charlie Parker on Dial
Charlie Parker on Dial: The Complete Sessions is a 1993 four-disc box set collecting jazz saxophonist and composer Charlie Parker's 1940s recordings for Dial Records. The box set, released by the Engl...
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Swedish Schnapps (album)
Swedish Schnapps is an album recorded by two different groups, on two different dates in 1951, led by Charlie Parker, for Verve Records. The two sessions feature either Max Roach or Kenny Clarke on dr...
Complete Charlie Parker on Dial
Complete Charlie Parker on Dial is a 1996 box set release of jazz saxophonist and composer Charlie Parker's 1946-1947 recordings for Dial Records. The box set, released by Jazz Classics, features 89 s...
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Barbados (composition)
"Barbados" is a jazz tune composed by Charlie Parker. It is a twelve-bar blues set to a mambo rhythm. Parker first recorded it on 29 August, 1948, with Miles Davis (trumpet), John Lewis (piano), Curly...
Bird changes
The Blues for Alice changes, Bird changes, Bird Blues, or New York Blues changes, is a chord progression, often named after Charlie Parker ("Bird"), which is a variation of the twelve-bar blues.The pr...
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Bloomdido
"Bloomdido" is a 1953 jazz standard. It was written by Charlie Parker. It was originally recorded on 6 June 1950 and was released on Clef Records.
Birdland (jazz club)
Birdland is a jazz club started in New York City on December 15, 1949. The original Birdland, which was located at 1678 Broadway, just north of West 52nd Street in Manhattan, was closed in 1965 due to...
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Charlie Parker's Savoy and Dial sessions
This article lists Charlie Parker's Savoy and Dial sessions as leader, which were recorded between 1945 and 1948.Also included is Miles Davis's first session as leader in 1947, with Parker on tenor sa...
Charlie Parker Omnibook
The Charlie Parker Omnibook is a collection of transcriptions of recordings by the saxophonist Charlie Parker. It is available for E-flat, B-flat, C and bass-clef instruments. It includes 60 pieces, t...
Bird Symbols
Bird Symbols is an album (LP) by Charlie Parker, released on Summit Records in 1961. It was reissued by Verve around 1966. The tracks were originally made for Dial in 1946–7.
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The Rise and Fall of Charlie Parker
The Rise and Fall of Charlie Parker is a Jazz compilation featuring the works of Charlie Parker. It features 40 tracks on two compact discs, many of which feature other influential bebop artists such ...
Cheryl (composition)
"Cheryl" is a 1947 jazz standard. It was written by Charlie Parker.
Bird: The Complete Charlie Parker on Verve
Bird: The Complete Charlie Parker on Verve is a 1990 box set by jazz musician Charlie Parker. It features every extant note Parker recorded for the Verve label as well as his appearances at Jazz at t...
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Charlie Parker 10th Memorial Concert
The Charlie Parker 10th Memorial Concert was recorded March 27, 1965, 10 years after the death of Charlie Parker, at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Its A&R director was Bobby Scott and it was rel...
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Bird Gets the Worm
"Bird Gets the Worm" is a composition by alto saxophonist Charlie "Bird" Parker. Like many of Parker's compositions, this tune features an original melody composed by Parker, superimposed over the ch...
Charlie Parker Jazz Festival
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Donna Lee
"Donna Lee" is a bebop jazz standard composed by either Charlie Parker or Miles Davis (the composer's identity is disputed). It was written in A-flat and is based on the chord changes of the tradition...
I Remember Charlie Parker
I Remember Charlie Parker is a 1979 (see 1979 in music) album by American jazz guitarist Joe Pass. A solo-guitar tribute to jazz musician Charlie Parker, it was re-issued in 1991 on CD by Original Jaz...
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Jazz at Massey Hall
Jazz at Massey Hall is a live jazz album featuring a performance by "The Quintet" given on 15 May 1953 at Massey Hall in Toronto. The quintet was composed of several leading 'modern' players of the d...
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Confirmation (composition)
"Confirmation" is a bebop standard composed by saxophonist Charlie Parker in 1946. It is known as a challenging number due to its long, complex head and rapid chord changes, which feature an extended ...
Ko-Ko
"Ko-Ko" is a 1945 bebop recording featuring Charlie Parker on alto saxophone, with trumpeter Miles Davis, double bassist Curley Russell and drummer Max Roach. Due to the absence of Bud Powell, Dizzy G...