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Ziggy Elman
Nationalität: US
Instrumente: tb tp
Ziggy Elman (born Harry Finkelman) had an influence on both big band, swing, jazz, and klezmer music. His interpretation of the klezmer tune "Fralich in Swing," recorded in 1939 with vocalist Martha Tilton as "And the Angels Sing," became a major hit and still remains a classic of the swing era. Although he recorded more than two dozen tunes as a bandleader, Elman is best-remembered for his work with the Benny Goodman & His Orchestra in the 1930s and the Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra in the 1940s. In an interview published in the February 25, 1939, edition of Collier's, Goodman recalled "Back in 1934 while we were playing for a convention hall in Kansas City, Ziggy Elman reached for his trumpet, turned it toward heaven and swung into a head arrangement for a chorus of 'Whispering.' A head arrangement, should you be interested, means merely that Ziggy took the deathless, if played-to-death, melody of 'Whispering' and embroidered it with a fanciful filigree of musical decoration, every note of which came into his head the instant before he blew it. Thus, by gifted improvisation, Ziggy put life and head into the song, gave it wings. In musical slang, he put rock into it." Elman first attracted attention in 1932, when he played trombone on a recording by Alex Bartha. Four years later, he joined Benny Goodman's orchestra. Elman found his pleasure through music. When Harry James joined the group, Elman was content with supplying harmony lines for James' soloing. His most ambitious period came in 1938 and 1939 when he recorded 20 tunes as a bandleader. He continued to play with Goodman until leaving to join Tommy Dorsey's band in 1940. He remained a featured member of the group until 1947. Although he alternated work with Dorsey's group and leading his own band between 1947 and 1952, Elman fell into obscurity with the passing of the swing era. For the rest of his life, he surfaced occasionally to play on various studio sessions.
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Label Label-Nummer Recording  
 Art Tatum  —  Stran ge as it seemsCollectors items0111932-51LP
 Benny Goodman  —  16 Most Requested SongsColumbia/LegacyCK 537741938-52CD
 Benny Goodman  —  Bach Goes To TownMGM63 0091937-38EP
 Benny Goodman  —  Best Of Big BandsCBSCBS 466620 21939-45CD
 Benny Goodman  —  Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert, Vol. 2ColumbiaCL8151938LP
 Benny Goodman  —  ClassicsClassics RecordsClassics 8991937/38CD
 Benny Goodman  —  Compl.Small Combinations Jazz Tribune #22RCA-VictorND 897541937-39CD
 Benny Goodman  —  Complete Legendary 1938 Carnegie Hall ConcertsDefinitive RecordsDRCD 113781938CD
 Benny Goodman  —  On The AirColumbia/LegacyCOL 472990 21937/38CD
 Benny Goodman  —  Pure GoldBluebirdND906841935-39CD
 Benny Goodman  —  Second Carnegie Hall Jazz ConcertJazz BandEB 4011939LP
XBenny Goodman  —  Sing,Sing,SingNaxos Jazz Legends812 07681937-40CD
 Benny Goodman  —  That's Good .... man!Philips429 175 BE1938-47EP
 Benny Goodman  —  The Complete Goodman Vol. 6RCA VictorAXM2-55661938LP
 Benny Goodman  —  The Complete Small Combinations Volumes 3/4 /1937/1939)RCAPM 436841937 - 1939LP

     

Tracks auf denen "Ziggy Elman" mitwirkt:
Track-Titel Album erhältlich
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Label  
 Harry James & His Orchestra & The Boogie-Woogie Trio  —  Harry James Young ...CBSLP
 Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra  —  Live At Casino GardensJazz HourCD
"Wizzin" The Wizz Lionel Hampton  —  's Best Records (1938-1939)RCALP
's Wonderful ( 2 Takes) Benny Goodman  —  The Complete Small Combinations Volumes 3/4 /1937/1939)RCALP
'tain't No Use Benny Goodman & His Orchestra & Trio & Quartet  —  Benny Goodman & His Orchestra The Complete Goodman Vol.3 1936RCA VictorLP
'Tain't What You Do Benny Goodman & Glenn Miller  —  Live At The Carnegie HallJazz BandCD
'way Down Yonder In New OrleansXVarious  —  This Is Tommy Dorsey & His Clambake SevenRCALP
10 Ritchie Drive Gene Krupa & His Orchestra  —  Gene Krupa 1945 - 1946IAJRCLP
11:60 P.M. Harry James & Orch.  —  Bandstand MemoriesHindsightCD
12th Street Rag Lionel Hampton  —  's Best Records (1938-1939)RCALP
1937 Medley Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra  —  Live From The PaladiumJazz HourCD
29th And DearbornXZiggy Elman & His Orchestra  —  And The Angels SingSunbeamLP
9:20 Special Harry James & Orch.  —  Bandstand MemoriesHindsightCD
A Home In The Clouds Benny Goodman & His Orchestra & Quartet  —  Benny Goodman & His Orchestra The Complete Goodman Vol.7 1938 - 1939RCA VictorLP
A Home In The Clouds Benny Goodman & His Orchestra & Quartet  —  1939 Swingin' Down The Lane Vol.2Giants of JazzLP