[JPL] A cappella Horns

Jackson, Bobby Bobby.Jackson at ideastream.org
Mon Sep 8 14:11:24 EDT 2008


Hi Nick,

I loved the trumpet solo by Phillip Harper on "A Portrait of Jennie"
from their first Verve recording titled, "The Harper Brothers."  I'm
sure I'll think of more.

Bobby Jackson

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Subject: [JPL] A cappella Horns

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Attention Jazz musicologists! I'm working on a project and need your
help. Do you know any memorable sax or trumpet solos that are without
accompaniment?  A cappella.   

It can either be a complete tune or a solo from a group recording. I'm
aware of Sonny Rollins's solo sax record, and have a few choice solos of
my own.  Just lookin' for more. Any suggestions would be appreciated.


Nick Francis
Director of Music Content
KPLU-FM and Jazz24.org
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