Now until January 1st – Receive the ebook 15 Solo Transcriptions for Trumpet (a $20 value) with sheet music purchases of $45 or more.
View Cart ($0.00) |
Login | Create Account
Posted on April 27th, 2006 in Congo Square, New Orleans, Photo | Tags: congo square, new orleans, photo
Thanks to our friend Debra, we received new and exciting photos about Wynton at Congo Square parade in New Orleans. Enjoy the images in our gallery !
More images on flickr
« Wynton and Art Blakey playing Webb City
Congo Square’s behind the scenes on The Times Picayune »
Yay!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you Debra for sending in these fabulous images, and Luigi for getting them up. These are a few of the great moments with Wynton during the parade that were missing from local media. Wow!!! I am still so thrilled about that day, and so fortunate to have experienced such an important and amazing event. Wynton revived the musical heartbeat of New Orleans….
Debra, do you have any more of the parade or the concert that you can share publicly?
— From Irene on Apr 27th, 2006 at 5:43am
Yay!!!!!!!!!!!! Irene I like your energy! It’s left over from the parade! Yay!!!!!!!!!!!! The photos are fantastic, Wynton is signing his heart out and what’s more, Luigi didn’t cut off their heads in the gallery! Yay!!!!!!!!
— From Jurzy Girl on Apr 27th, 2006 at 5:51am
I didn’t know that Luigi has a rep for being a cropping master. LOL.
— From Irene on Apr 27th, 2006 at 6:05am
Thank you for sharing the wonderful photos Debra. The energy that surrounded that day is so apparent in your photos. It must have been a memorable experience watching the performance and parade.
— From Sonalii on Apr 27th, 2006 at 3:28pm
Wonderful pictures. I had the opportunity to attend the “Congo Square” concert last night in Clearwater, Fl and it was awesome. The music was spectacular and the Odadaa! drummers were amazing. Wynton gave good insight and information about each song. My favorite song was the composition titled “War”. Both groups played entirely different songs at the same time and the only thing that held the rhythm together was a cow bell beat, but somehow it managed to sound really good. Everyone in the band was on top of their game. It was a memorable performance. Bravo Wynton and Mr. Addy.
— From Michele on Apr 28th, 2006 at 2:14pm
Sorry, comments are closed.
All content © 2013 Wynton Marsalis Enterprises, All Rights Reserved. Top of Page