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Freddy Gardner

Frederick James Gardner

Группа в интернете: http://www.allmusic.com/artist/freddy-gardner-p25582, http://books.google.com/books?id=I5wrGL-a-Q8C&pg=PR3-IA180&dq=freddy+gardner&hl=en&ei=yZtOTqKuNIWCgAeAtszvBg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=2&ved=0CEMQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=freddy%20gardner&f=false, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freddy_Gardner, http://blogcritics.org/music/article/freddy-gardner-made-music-to-swoon/

Дискография Freddy Gardner:

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1 Freddy Gardner And His Golden Tone Saxophone 8 audio iTunes Columbia
2 The Immortal Freddy Gardner And Al Gallodoro 12 audio iTunes 1954 Columbia
3 Valse Vanite / Body And Soul 2 audio iTunes Columbia
4 Freddy Gardner 6 audio iTunes 1951 Columbia
5 Freddy Gardner 6 audio iTunes Columbia
6 The Unforgettable 8 audio iTunes
7 Freddy Gardner And His Golden Tone Saxophone 8 audio iTunes Columbia
8 Freddy Gardner And His Golden Tone Saxophone 8 audio iTunes Columbia
9 Freddy Gadner 4 audio iTunes Columbia
10 Roses Of Picardy / These Foolish Things 2 audio iTunes Columbia
11 Sweet Sax 12 audio iTunes 1962 Brunswick
12 Freddy Gardner With Peter Yorke And His Concert Orchestra 8 audio iTunes 1953 Columbia
13 The Unforgettable 8 audio iTunes
14 Freddy Gardner - England`s Most Fabulous Saxophone Star 12 audio iTunes 1972 Monmouth Evergreen

British jazz saxophonist (Dec. 23, 1910, London - July 26, 1950). Gardner was a self-taught musician with minimal coaching. He formed the semi-professional New Colorado Band in 1928, and a year later entered the band in a contest at Chelsea Town Hall, and won. He was spotted by the founding editor of Melody Maker magazine, and had secured his first regular professional position later that year. In 1933, Freddy was taken under the wing of [a503363] and recorded with [a1363213]. He developed his technique by working in bands led by Syd Lipton, [a1787775], and [a1787696]. As a skilled clarinetist, alto, tenor, and baritone saxophonist, Gardner became a prolific recording session player. He can be heard on numerous recordings by the Four Stars, [a399308], [a2192655], [a258701], [a1396265], [a307402], [a503363], Ike "Yowse Suh" Hatch, Mario "Harp" Lorenzi, and the internationally famous team of pianist [a258423] and singing tap dancer John "Bubbles" Sublett ([a1678807]). Gardner led small groups in 1936-37, on the Interstate label, distributed by Interstate Music in East Sussex, England. Toward the end of 1937, he began to be billed as "Freddy Gardner and his Swing Orchestra' with which he made many recordings. The band included such musicians as [a324534] and [a307263]. After serving in World War II he was featured as a soloist with [a2294205]. Gardner was tragically felled by a stroke in 1950, and passed away at the age of 39 on July 26, 1950.

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