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USA. 1958. Louis ARMSTRONG, trompettiste, chanteur, compositeur et chef d'orchestre américain.  Fotografía de Dennis Stock

ennis Stock Philadelphia, American trumpet player, singer, composer and band leader Louis AMSTRONG gets dressed with great care.

Duke Ellington playing for his wife in Giza, Egypt.

a 1961 new york times photo, showing louis armstrong playing trumpet for his wife, lucille, in front of the great sphinx and pyramids in giza, egypt. i wanna play for you in egypt!

Famous photo of one of my favorite guitarist, Django Reinhardt, taken by William Gotlieb in NY city c1946. Note Djangos' crippled left hand - burned in a fire in the early 1920's. With that accident, Reinhardt developed a whole new way of playing jazz using triads.

Famous photo of one of my favorite guitarist, Django Reinhardt, taken by William Gotlieb in NY city Note Djangos' crippled left hand - burned in a fire in the early With that accident, Reinhardt developed a whole new way of playing jazz using triads.

Tom Tucker Raven Brained Studio: Mega-Editor (63)

Louis Armstrong, nicknamed "Satchmo" - American jazz trumpeter and singer. Photo by Hervé Gloaguen, 1965

CHARLIE PARKER

Saxophonist Charlie “Bird” Parker, born August in Kansas City, Kans., tried heroin for the first time at Soon, “strangers began showing up.

Miles Davis, 1950

FOTOS: Miles Davis completaria 90 anos se estivesse vivo, mas seu impacto é eterno

themaninthegreenshirt: “Miles Davis was a genius innovator at the forefront of jazz and left the game as one of the most influential artists of the Century, having played a pivotal role in.

Sarah Vaughan. Knebworth Jazz Festival, 1981. © David Redfern

Sarah Vaughan. Knebworth Jazz Festival, 1981. © David Redfern

Dizzie Gillespie 1985

Dizzie Gillespie 1985

Bass_Life: RAY BROWN - Um dos grandes baixistas de jazz (1926...

Bass_Life: RAY BROWN - Um dos grandes baixistas de jazz (1926...

John Coltrane

John Coltrane

Eric Dolphy!

“Eric Dolphy was like an angel that came down to Earth, played his saxophone incredibly and passed too quickly.

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Charlie Parker and Tommy Potter - gorgeous portrait of this pair of jazz musicians on bass and saxophone.

Jazz- Jazz is a music genre that originated from African American communities of New Orleans in the United States during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Louis Armstrong (August 1901 – July nicknamed Satchmo or Pops, American jazz trumpeter and singer from New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Benny Goodman, by the great Dennis Stock

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