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When The Saints Go Marching In - Louis Armstrong - The Essential Louis Armstrong (CD)

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  1. Aug 03,  · This CD contains two disks with a total of 37 different tracks of music. Much of it is early Louis. Some of the recording dates were in while others appear to be more recent. To the student of Louis Armstrong, this CD is a great opportunity to feel his solos and what he /5(42).
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  5. Even at two discs and 37 tracks, it's difficult to say that this set contains everything that is truly essential from Louis Armstrong's monumental five-decade career. It does, however, do a great job of touching down at key points, and nicely balances Armstrong's various guises as a groundbreaking sideman, soloist, bandleader, singer, and ultimately, American legend, icon, and the very.
  6. Louis Armstrong was among the first to introduce "When the Saints Go Marching In" to the wider public in the s. This is a free sheet music for guitar and piano duet. All All Free sheet music Sheet music books Digital sheet music Musical equipment.
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  8. Louis Armstrong (born in New Orleans, dead in New York) very often performed When The Saints Go Marching In in various instrumentations. The jazzinotes version is based on a YouTube video probably recorded in the sixties. Towards the end of the video Louis Armstrong presents the members of his orchstra (please inform us if we didn't understand well the names): Jules Brown (piano), Jo .

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