MCY 124 song list
MCY 124 song list MCY 124
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MCY 124 SONG LIST ARTIST SONG MISC. NOTES John Phillip Sousa Stars and Stripes Forever Scott Joplin Maple Leaf Rag Debut of Ragtime music Bessie Smith St. Louis Blues Composer: W.C Handy th Louis Armstrong Mac the 9 one of three versions from the 3 Penny Opera (story about Jack the Ripper) Original Dixie Jazz Band Dixie Jazz Band One Step all white band 1917 made first ever Jazz recording Louis Armstrong West End Blues Virtuoso Trumpet high pitch The Hot Five (Louis Gut Bucket Blues Early recording Armstrong’s Band) Louis Armstrong Mack the Night Trumpet player & singer Louis Armstrong Hello Dolly From Broadway show “Hello Dolly” in late 1950s #1 song in America in 1964 Armstrong scores a #1 hit What a Wonderful World Still listened to today Louis Armstrong Popular Duke Ellington Things Ain’t What They Used To Be Duke Ellington Concerto for Cootie Soloist: Cootie Williams Williams Wrote song specifically for Cootie Williams Cootie WilliamsTrumpet player Duke Ellington Prelude to a Kiss Soloist: Johnny Hodgessax player Duke Ellington Cotton Tail Use of counterpoint Count Basie 1 O’Clock Jump Count Basie Taxi War Dance Coleman Hawkins Body and Soul Classic early solo; slow Lester Yong Lester Leaps In Fast Ella Fitzgerald A Tisket A Tasket Huge hit; signature hit; nursery rhyme; shows her personality; energetic Ella Fitzgerald Mack the Night 1958 Her version Billie Holiday God Bless the Child She wrote it Kind of autobiographical Signature song Deep; you can feel her pain/emotions Billie Holiday Strange Fruit Slow & depressing She wrote it herself Benny Goodman Sing, Sing, Sing 1938 1 to be played in Carnegie Hall *ONLY NEED TO KNOW THE ARTISTS OF THE SONGS, NOT THE TITLE!*
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