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    Charlie Parker - Jam Session Full Album

    1:1:32

    Jam Session is an album compiled from a 1952 jam session which brought together three of history's greatest alto saxophonists; Parker, Johnny Hodges and Benny Carter, as well as Ben Webster and Flip Phillips on tenor sax.

    Track listing

    00:00 - 01. Jam Blues (Norman Shrdlu)
    14:44 - 02. What Is This Thing Called Love (Cole Porter)
    30:37 - 03. Ballad Medley
    48:02 - 04. Funky Blues (Johnny Hodges)

    Personnel

    Alto Saxophone – Benny Carter, Charlie Parker, Johnny Hodges
    Bass – Ray Brown
    Drums – J.C. Heard
    Guitar – Barney Kessel
    Piano – Oscar Peterson
    Tenor Saxophone – Ben Webster, Flip Phillips
    Trumpet – Charlie Shavers

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    Charlie Parker - The Best of Charlie Parker volume 1

    2:11:34

    THE BEST OF CHARLIE PARKER VOL.1

    1. Cool Blues 00:00
    2. No problem 3:34
    3. Satan in Hight Heels 12:26
    4. What’s Right for you 15:52
    5. Montage 19:03
    6. Shawnuff 21:15
    7. You and The Night and The Music 25:42
    8. Cheryl 29:02
    9. Lost and Lonely 35:14
    10. Sidewinder 38:51
    11. Abstract Art 41:12
    12. Bongo Bop 44:05
    13. Easy Side Drive 48:56
    14. Jazz Vendor 51:46
    15. Coffee Coffee 56:37
    16. Over the rainbow 1:00:06
    17. Subway Inn 1:02:25
    18. The Hymn 1:06:27
    19. All the things you are 1:12:04
    20. Communion 1:15:25
    21. Lake in the woods 1:21:31
    22. The Feeling of Love 1:25:01
    23. Bongo Beep 1:32:14
    24. From Mundy On 1:36:55
    25. Pittfall 1:40:15
    26. Impulse 1:43:50
    27. Long Knife 1:49:16
    28. Melancholy Madeline 1:51:35
    29. Stop and Listen 1:54:18
    30. Blues For A Stripper 1:59:05
    31. Born Again 2:02:30
    32. Gabriel 2:08:14

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    Charlie Parker - All the things you are

    3:09

    Charles Bird Parker, Jr.
    (1920.08.29.-1955.03.12.)
    All The Things You Are

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    Charlie Parker - Bird The Savoy Recordings full album

    41:24

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    Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie Hot House 1951

    4:23

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    Charlie Parker and Coleman Hawkins

    4:30

    Charlie Parker and Coleman Hawkins. Recorded in 1950.

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    Charlie Parker - Greatest Hits

    1:33:13

    TRACKLIST
    01- 52nd Street Theme 00:11
    02- A Night in Tunisia 05:03
    03- All The Things You Are 08:07
    04- Embraceable You 15:21
    05- Hot House 19:14
    06- Now's The Time 28:24
    07- Perdido 31:34
    08- Salt Peanuts 37:52
    09- Visa 41:47
    10- Wee 44:53
    11- Ballad Medley I Cover The Waterfront 51:40
    12- Scrapple From The Apple 01:01:05
    13- Star Eyes 01:03:53
    14- What's New 01:07:30
    15- Confirmation 01:10:16
    16– Smoke Gets in Your Eyes 01:13:16
    17- I Didn't Know What Time It Was 01:17:58
    18- Out of Nowhere 01:21:12
    19- Ornithology 01:24:30
    20- Things to Come 01:27:28

    Charlie Parker - GREATEST HITS (FULL ALBUM)
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    Charles Charlie Parker, Jr. (August 29, 1920 – March 12, 1955), also known as Yardbird and Bird, was an American jazz saxophonist and composer. Parker was a highly influential jazz soloist and a leading figure in the development of bebop, a form of jazz characterized by fast tempos, virtuosic technique and advanced harmonies. Parker was a blazingly fast virtuoso, and he introduced revolutionary harmonic ideas including rapid passing chords, new variants of altered chords, and chord substitutions. His tone ranged from clean and penetrating to sweet and somber. Parker acquired the nickname Yardbird early in his career. This, and the shortened form Bird, continued to be used for the rest of his life, inspiring the titles of a number of Parker compositions, such as Yardbird Suite, Ornithology, Bird Gets the Worm, and Bird of Paradise. Parker was an icon for the hipster subculture and later the Beat Generation, personifying the jazz musician as an uncompromising artist and intellectual rather than just an entertainer. In the late 1930s Parker began to practice diligently. During this period he mastered improvisation and developed some of the ideas that led to bebop. In an interview with Paul Desmond, he said that he spent three to four years practicing up to 15 hours a day. Bands led by Count Basie and Bennie Moten certainly influenced Parker. He played with local bands in jazz clubs around Kansas City, Missouri, where he perfected his technique, with the assistance of Buster Smith, whose dynamic transitions to double and triple time influenced Parker's developing style. In 1937, Parker played at a jam session at the Reno Club in Kansas City. His attempt to improvise failed when he lost track of the chord changes. This prompted Jo Jones, the drummer for Count Basie's Orchestra, to contemptuously throw a cymbal at his feet as a signal to leave the stage. However, rather than discouraging Parker, the incident caused him to vow to practice harder, and turned out to be a seminal moment in the young musician's career when he returned as a new man a year later. In 1938 Parker joined pianist Jay McShann's territory band. The band toured nightclubs and other venues of the southwest, as well as Chicago and New York City. Parker made his professional recording debut with McShann's band. As a teenager, Parker developed a morphine addiction while hospitalized after an automobile accident, and subsequently became addicted to heroin. He continued using heroin throughout his life, and it ultimately contributed to his death.

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    Charlie Parker - Ornithology

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    Charlie Parker - Bird and Diz

    24:41

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    Charlie Parker - Bird and Diz (1952)

    00:00 Bloomdido
    03:23 My Melancholy Baby
    06:44 Relaxin' With Lee
    09:28 Passport
    12:21 Leap Frog
    14:48 An Oscar for Treadwell
    18:09 Mohawk
    21:41 Visa

    Bird and Diz is a studio album by jazz saxophonist Charlie Parker and trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie. It was recorded primarily on June 6, 1950 in New York City. Two tracks featured on the original pressing, Passport and Visa, were recorded by Parker, without Gillespie and with a different personnel than that of the other tracks, in March and May 1949. The album was originally issued in 1952 in 10 format as a collection of 78 rpm singles on the Verve subsidiary label Clef Records.
    Although produced by Norman Granz, known for large ensembles at the time, the album contains compositions performed with the standard bebop instrumentation of saxophone, trumpet, piano, bass, and drums. In a 1952 four-star review of Bird and Diz, a Down Beat magazine columnist wrote of Granz's contribution to the album's sound, stating Though there is no mention of bop in Norman Granz' notes, we owe him a salvo for reminding us through this LP that this music is still very much alive. It is the final collaborative studio recording by Parker and Gillespie, and has been reissued several times by Verve and PolyGram Records.

    Alto Saxophone – Charlie Parker
    Bass – Curly Russell
    Cover – David Stone Martin
    Drums – Buddy Rich
    Piano – Thelonious Monk
    Supervised By, Liner Notes – Norman Granz
    Trumpet – Dizzy Gillespie

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    Charlie Parker - Summertime

    2:51

    Summertime, Version instummental

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    Confirmation / Jackie McLean /(映像Charlie Parker)

    5:04

    VERVE RECORD 創立50周年記念 カーネギーホール・JAZZフェスティバル
    Verve 50th Anniversary Concert「ジャズの先駆者たちに捧げる」1994年4月6日

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    Charlie Parker- Confirmation

    3:01

    A Classic

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    April In Paris - Charlie Parker

    3:16

    April In Paris - Charlie Parker
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    Charlie Parker-Lover Man

    3:21

    Charlie Parker-Lover Man

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    Charlie Parker - I Cant Get Started

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    Charlie Parker - I Can't Get Started (1952)
    Arranged by Joe Lipman

    I do not own this music. No copyright infringement intended.

    This arrangement was recorded on March 25, 1952 in a studio on East 44th Street in New York.
    Featured on the recording were:
    Jimmy Maxwell, Carl Pool, Al Porcino, and Bernie Privin on trumpets
    Bill Harris, Lou McGarity, Bart Varsalona on trombones
    Charlie Parker, Harry Terrill, Murray Williams on alto saxophones
    Flip Phillips and Hank Ross on tenor saxophones
    Danny Bank on baritone saxophone
    Oscar Peterson on piano
    Freddie Green on guitar
    Ray Brown on bass
    Don Lamond on drums

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    Miles Davis & Charlie Parker - A Night In Tunisia

    3:07

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    Charlie Parker Dial 201

    23:52

    Charlie Parker 201 on Dial

    Taken out of my personal collection. No editing done to the audio whatsoever. Just the pure vinyl sound.

    Side A:
    1. A Night in Tunisia 00:00 D1013-4
    2. Yardbird Suite 3:08 D1011-1
    3. Moose the Mooche 5:49 D1010-1
    4. Ornithology 8:49 D1012-4

    Side B:
    1. Loverman 11:53 D1022-A
    2. Bebop 15:16 D1024-A
    3. The Gypsy 18:11 D1023-A
    4. Max Making Wax 21:17 D1021-A

    Miles Davis (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Lucky Thompson (tenor saxophone) Dodo Marmarosa (piano) Arvin Garrison (guitar -2/4) Vic McMillan (bass) Roy Porter (drums)
    Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA, March 28, 1946
    A Night in Tunisia, Yardbird Suite, Moose the Mooche, Ornithology

    Howard McGhee (trumpet) Charlie Parker (alto saxophone) Jimmy Bunn (piano) Bob Kesterson (bass) Roy Porter (drums)
    C.P. MacGregor Studios, Los Angeles, CA, July 29, 1946
    Loverman, Bebop, The Gypsy, Max Making Wax

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    Charlie Parker - Nows The Time

    3:10

    NOW'S THE TIME
    original sound track

    Brano dell'omonimo album di Charlie Parker del 1945

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    Charlie Parker - Ive Got Rhythm

    5:55

    I've got rythm by G.Gershwin performed by Charlie parker

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    Charlie Parker - Cherokee 1942 - solo transcription

    3:13

    Non ending debate between many musicians : did Bird already say everything about Cherokee in september 1942 ? Make up your mind with this solo transcription (for Eb instruments)
    Another Bird jewel : Home cooking I in Feb 1947 :
    Transcription : Hubert Cropsal

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    Charlie Parker - Passport

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    Passport by Charlie Parker from the album Bird and Diz
    Released 2015-05-08 on Not Now Music
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    By any yardstick, alto saxophonist Charlie Parker and trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie were musical innovators. The harmonic and rhythmic revolution known as bebop in which they played major roles succeeded the big-band swing era of the Thirties and Forties and is considered the first kind of modern jazz. Enjoy Bird and Diz together and solo, at their brilliant best, both live and in the studio with these 3 albums: Bird And Diz, Jazz At Massey Hall and Diz 'N' Bird In Concert.
    © 2015 Not Now Music
    ℗ 2015 Not Now Music

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    Mr. Phil Woods on playing with Charlie Parker.

    3:28

    This short selection is taken from extensive interviews that are being produced and archived for the Artists of Jazz project.

    Artists of Jazz, directed by Robert Wagner and produced by Joan Babchak, was undertaken to preserve the reminiscences of those whose careers played an integral part in the greatest era in jazz history.

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    Charlie Parker ‎– Montréal Full Album

    47:58

    -Reccorded:
    (tracks 1-7) Chez Parée, Stanley St., Montréal, February 7, 1953
    (tracks 8-12 )CBC Studios, Dorchester Blvd., Montréal, February 5, 1953
    _________________________________________________________________
    -Tracklist:
    1 Intro Chez Parée 0:52
    2 Ornithology 4:08
    3 Cool Blues 7:32
    4 I'll Remember April 5:39
    5 Moose The Mooche 5:14
    6 Embraceable You 3:42
    7 Now's The Time 7:41
    8 Intro TV Program 0:24
    9 Cool Blues 1:58
    10 Bernie's Tune 3:13
    11 Don't Blame Me 3:24
    12 Wahoo (Perdido) 3:28
    13 Closing 0:17
    _________________________________________________________________
    -Personnel:
    Alto Saxophone – Charlie Parker (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 9, 11, 12)
    Bass – Bob Rudd (2) (tracks: 5 to 7), Hal Gaylor* (tracks: 1 to 4), Neil Michaud (tracks: 9 to 12)
    Drums – Billy Graham (5) (tracks: 1 to 4), Bobby Malloy (tracks: 5 to 7), Ted Paskert (tracks: 9 to 12)
    Guitar – Dick Garcia
    Piano – Paul Bley (tracks: 9 to 12), Steep Wade (tracks: 5 to 7), Valdo Williams (tracks: 1 to 4)
    Tenor Saxophone – Brew Moore (tracks: 10, 12)
    _________________________________________________________________

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    Charlie Bird Parker - Yardbird Suite

    3:01

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    Charlie Parker - A Night in Tunisia

    3:04

    From the 2005 Membran box set Now's The Time.
    Disc 2, Track 15.
    The Famous Alto Break from 1:17.

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    7 Great Charlie Parker licks | Charlie Parker Transcription

    3:16

    7 Great Charlie Parker lines | Charlie Parker Transcription
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    Ornithology by Charlie Parker

    2:59

    I do not own any of the pictures or the song. Here is the AMAZING Charlie Parker playing Ornithology.

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    How To Learn a CHARLIE PARKER Solo

    13:17

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    Parkers Mood - Charlie Parker

    3:10

    From the album 'Bird'.

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    Charlie Parker - Groovin High

    6:08

    Charlie Parker (alt. sax),
    Herbie Williams (tromp.), Rollins Griffith (Piano), Jimmy Woode (bass), Marquis Foster (drums)
    Dec. 1953

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    Charlie Parker - This Is The 5 Way He Uses Arpeggios

    13:01

    Everybody can play a Cmaj7 arpeggio, but not everybody can do it like Charlie Parker.

    Knowing and using arpeggios is a part of jazz, but there are a lot of ways to create great melodies with them. In this video I am going to go over 5 ways that Charlie Parker uses arpeggios in his solos. If there is one place you want to learn this then it is probably the father of Bebop.

    An you do want to have some ideas that are not just running up and down the arpeggio or up the arpeggio down the scale which is exactly what this video can show you.

    We often forget that a the difficult part is not what notes to play over a chord, it is how t play them. For me this is something that I have learned from transcribing and analyzing solos like I am doing in this video.

    Content:

    0:00 Intro
    0:29 It's about how you play the arpeggio not what notes are in it
    1:05 #1 The Bebop Arpeggio
    1:28 What is the Bebop Arpeggio and How To Practice it
    2:32 How You can use The Bebop Arpeggio in your solos
    3:06 #2 Honeysuckle Rose Arpeggio
    4:11 Two Ways to use the Honeysuckle Rose Arpeggio
    5:27 #3 Melodic Trail off
    6:45 Using Melodic off in a II V I lick
    7:27 #4 Voice-Leading Arpeggios
    8:44 How To Use this principle in your own lines
    9:27 #5 Rhythmic Displacement
    9:50 How Charlie Parker sets up the Rhythmic idea
    12:03 Explaining the Poly-rhythm
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    Sonny Rollins - Why Charlie Parker Is Still Important

    1:54

    From his Google Hangout Sonny Rollins Meets His Fans, the Saxophone Colossus offers his thoughts on Charlie Parker. Sonny's new recording, Road Shows, vol. 3 is here:

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    Charlie Parker Autumn in New York

    3:31

    Autumn in New York composed by Vernon Duke in 1934 for the Broadway musical Thumbs Up! was recorded by Charlie Parker as part of his album, Charlie Parker with Strings, on the Clef label on November 30, 1949. It is available on a Verve CD, Charlie Parker with Strings, The Master Takes. Personnel on the album included Mitch Miller on oboe, Ray Brown on bass, and Buddy Rich on drums. Charlie Parker was the greatest saxophone player of all time. Bird lives! I do not own the right to the song, audio, or images contained in this video. The sound recording is administered by Kontor New Media & AdShare MG for a Third Party . No copyright infringement is intended. This purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.

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    Charlie Parker - Donna Lee - Full transcription

    2:37

    Score for C instruments.
    Charlie Parker All Stars - Harry Smith Studios, New York, 8/5/1947.
    Charlie Parker (alto sax),
    Miles Davis (trumpet),
    Bud Powell (piano),
    Tommy Potter(bass),
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    Charlie Parker and Buddy Rich 1950 Celerity

    1:41

    Charlie Parker and Buddy Rich 1950

    this is back before you could videotape live audio and simultaneous video. If you watch closely they are lip syncing, but who cares?, it's real Bird! Recorded in a music studio, and videotaped later.
    (update Oct 2, 2014: there is now a title I didn't put here Celebrity which I think is wrong. I'm trying to delete it. What is the title? Anybody know?)

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    Charlie Parker - Ornithology

    3:01

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    Charlie Parker - Bird Symbols

    36:19

    Tracks A1–A4: Charlie Parker, alto sax; Miles Davis, trumpet; Lucky Thompson, tenor sax; Dodo Marmarosa, piano; Arvin Garrison, guitar; Vic McMillan, bass; Roy Porter, drums; 28 March 1946, Hollywood.

    Tracks A5 & A6: Charlie Parker, alto sax; Erroll Garner, piano; Red Callender, bass; Doc West, drums; 19 February 1947, Hollywood.


    Tracks B1 - B5: Charlie Parker, alto sax; Miles Davis, trumpet; Duke Jordan, piano; Tommy Potter, bass; Max Roach, drums; 4 November 1947, New York City.



    A1 Moose The Mooche 0:00
    A2 Yardbird Suite 2:58
    A3 Ornithology 5:45
    A4 A Night In Tunisia 8:40
    A5 Bird's Nest 11:38
    A6 Cool Blues 14:19
    B1 Bird Of Paradise 16:36
    B2 Embraceable You 19:44
    B3 My Old Flame 23:32
    B4 Scrapple From The Apple 26:39
    B5 Out Of Nowhere 29:30
    B6 Don't Blame Me 33:35




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    Charlie Parker Quintet - Ill Remember April

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    Charlie Parker - Scrapple from the apple

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    Charlie Parker with Strings - Just Friends

    3:34

    Charlie Parker - alto saxophone; Mitch Miller - oboe; Bronislaw Gimpel, Max Hollander, Milton Lomask - violins; Frank Brieff - viola; Frank Miller - cello; Myor Rosen - harp; Stan Freeman - piano; Ray Brown - double bass; Buddy Rich - drums; Jimmy Carroll - arranger and conductor


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    Charlie Parker - Confirmation

    3:03

    Confirmation by Charlie Parker from the album 100 Essential Jazz Classics - Very Best Of
    Released 2014-05-23 on AudioSonic Music
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    Parker was a highly influential jazz soloist and a leading figure in the development of bebop. He introduced revolutionary harmonic ideas including rapid passing chords, new variants of altered chords, and chord substitutions. His tone ranged from clean and penetrating to sweet and somber. Many Parker recordings demonstrate his virtuoso playing style and complex melodic lines, sometimes combining jazz with other musical genres, including blues, Latin, and classical. Featured here are 100 of his best and most memorable recordings.
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    Wynton Marsalis plays Dizzy Gillespie & Charlie Parker’s Music @Jazz_in_Marciac 2019

    11:11

    Le quintet de Wynton Marsalis s'attaque aux répertoires de Dizzy Gillespie & Charlie Parker ! La chanteuse Véronica Swift vient s’associer à cette formation qui aime les exécutions parfaitement maîtrisées. Le groupe déploie de brillantes relectures de Bird & Diz, parfaitement adaptées au style de la vocaliste...

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    Wynton Marsalis - trompette
    Walter Blanding Jr - tenor
    Dan Nimmer - piano
    Carlos Henriquez - contrebasse
    Francesco Ciniglio - batterie
    Véronica Swift - voix

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    Charlie Parker Parkers mood

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    Charlie Parker - Sweet Georgia Brown

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    Charlie Parker & Lester Young - Embraceable You

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    Jazz at the Philharmonic 1949

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    Charlie Parker - All the Things You Are

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    All the Things You Are by Charlie Parker from the album 100 Essential Jazz Classics - Very Best Of
    Released 2014-05-23 on AudioSonic Music
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    Parker was a highly influential jazz soloist and a leading figure in the development of bebop. He introduced revolutionary harmonic ideas including rapid passing chords, new variants of altered chords, and chord substitutions. His tone ranged from clean and penetrating to sweet and somber. Many Parker recordings demonstrate his virtuoso playing style and complex melodic lines, sometimes combining jazz with other musical genres, including blues, Latin, and classical. Featured here are 100 of his best and most memorable recordings.
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    Charlie Parker - Marmaduke

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    The passion of Charlie Parker - Melody Gardot The King of 52nd Street

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    The Passion of Charlie Parker » est une œuvre musicale à part entière consacrée à Bird, à sa vie et à son œuvre, à ses anges comme à ses démons.

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    Charlie Parker Honeysuckle Rose Lick for Jazz Guitar

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    Learn a classic Charlie Parker bebop lick which features the famous Honeysuckle Rose motif.

    I hope you enjoy this video, let me know what you think by leaving a comment below.

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    Charlie Parker - Laird Baird

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    Laird Baird by Charlie Parker from the album 100 Essential Jazz Classics - Very Best Of
    Released 2014-05-23 on AudioSonic Music
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    Parker was a highly influential jazz soloist and a leading figure in the development of bebop. He introduced revolutionary harmonic ideas including rapid passing chords, new variants of altered chords, and chord substitutions. His tone ranged from clean and penetrating to sweet and somber. Many Parker recordings demonstrate his virtuoso playing style and complex melodic lines, sometimes combining jazz with other musical genres, including blues, Latin, and classical. Featured here are 100 of his best and most memorable recordings.
    © 2014 Nordic Entertainment Ltd
    ℗ 2014 AudioSonic Music

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