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Tea For Two - Mary Lou Williams - The Best Of Mary Lou Williams (Vinyl, LP)

02.10.2012 / / Classical

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  1. Mary Lou Williams, Soundtrack: Boy! What a Girl!. Mary Lou Williams was born on May 8, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA as Mary Elfrieda Scruggs. She died on .
  2. Nov 18,  · Best of YouTube Music Sports Gaming Movies TV Shows News Mary Lou Williams Mass For Peace AKA Mary Lou's Mass KYRIE ELEISON by Henry Garcia.
  3. Mary Lou Williams recorded through the years as a leader for many labels including Brunswick (a pair of piano solos in ), Decca (), Columbia, Savoy, extensively for Asch and Folkways during , Victor, King (), Atlantic, Circle, Vogue, Prestige, Blue Star, Jazztone, her own Mary label (), Chiaroscuro, SteepleChase.
  4. Oct 30,  · Mary Lou Williams Trio - Baby Man - Duration: Brother John 7, views. Relaxing Tea Jazz - Elegant Intrumental JAZZ Music For .
  5. Mary Lou Williams With Don Byas, Alvin Banks, Gerard Pochonet* / Alix Combelle Et Son Orchestre Avec Buck Clayton: Mary Lou Williams With Don Byas, Alvin Banks, Gerard Pochonet* / Alix Combelle Et Son Orchestre Avec Buck Clayton - Messin' 'Round In Montmartre ‎ (LP, Album, Mono) Storyville (3) US: Vender esta versión.
  6. Aug 07,  · Shocking Omissions: Mary Lou Williams' Choral Masterpiece, 'Black Christ Of The The jazz composer and pianist wrote the devotional work after .
  7. It contained her LP, which had a pen and ink drawing of praying hands on a pink background and large black letters proclaiming MARY LOU WILLIAMS presents. A second, much smaller recording, showing a chiaroscuro black-and-white photograph of Mary Lou Williams was called Music for the Soul and contained selections from the LP.
  8. The amazing Mary Lou Williams started out as a stomping stride pianist during the s and went on to put her stamp on practically all forms of acoustic jazz before her death in Williams was a keen observer who changed with the times, but more importantly, she was also an innovator who influenced the work of everyone from Benny Goodman.
  9. Williams, Mary Lou (–)African-American jazz pianist, arranger, and composer who absorbed and influenced the changing style of jazz—from boogie-woogie to Kansas City swing, bebop, symphonic and avant-garde—through six decades. Name variations: Mary Elfrieda Scruggs; Mary Elfrieda Winn; Mary Burleigh (or Burley). Source for information on Williams, Mary Lou (–): Women in.

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