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Paul Whiteman

Don Rayno

Paul Whiteman

pioneer in American music ; vol 1 : 1890-1930

by Don Rayno

  • 385 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Scarecrow Press in Lanham, MD .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementDon Rayno.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsML
The Physical Object
Paginationxxviii, 773 p. :
Number of Pages773
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22537084M
ISBN 100810845792


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Paul Whitemans fame was unmatched throughout the twenties. Bix Beiderbecke, Bing Crosby, and Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey honed their craft on his bandstand. Celebrated as the King of Jazz in in a Universal Studios feature film, Whitemans imperium has declined considerably since. Paul Whiteman was born Main Denver, Colorado.

His father Wilberforce J. Whiteman, was a highly respected music teacher whose later students included Jimmie Lunceford and his mother had been an opera singer. The younger Whiteman began playing viola when he was seven, was trained as a classical musician, and performed with the Denver Symphony Orchestra during Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins.

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Whitemans father used to lock young Paul in the house sewing room with his violin to make him practice, but his son rebelled by smashing the instrument to pieces. Career By smoothing over jazzs rough edges, Whiteman made the genre more respectable to the average listener while at the same time inviting the scorn of jazz purists.

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See media help. Paul Samuel "Pops" Whiteman (Ma – Decem ) was an American bandleader, composer, orchestral director, and : MaDenver, Colorado, U.S.  “Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra was the most popular band of the s and represented the apex of jazz to the general public.

“Over the years, critics and some musicians like Eddie Condon, have not had kind words to say about the band and have tended to represent Whiteman as a bad influence on the music in his attempts to ‘Make a lady.

Paul Whiteman's ''Experiment in Modern Music'' at Aeolian Hall in February has been remembered until now only because it introduced George Gershwin's ''Rhapsody in Blue,'' which Whiteman had.