I couldn’t attend Wynton Marsalis’s four 50th birthday concerts in which he presented repertoire from his 30+ years in the music business. All accounts state — no doubt accurately — that to witness them was an extraordinary experience. Keep reading »
The first series of Wynton’s most famous trumpet solos is now available for purchase. The solos are available in B Flat and in concert pitch.Keep reading »
They cost $5 only and are in PDF format. Following your purchase you will be able to download the music to your computer and print right in your home. The available solo transcriptions are: Black Codes, Delfeayo’s Dilemma, Later, Big Fat Hen and Free to Be.
Due to overwhelming requests, we are pleased to announce that we will be making some of Wynton’s most famous trumpet solos available for purchase.Keep reading »
The solos will be available in B Flat and in concert pitch. They will cost $5 only and will be in PDF format. Following your purchase you will be able to download the music to your computer and print right in your home.
When Wynton Marsalis first emerged as a 19-year-old prodigy in Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, the trumpeter’s ardent defense of acoustic jazz was heartening. Here was a musician with enough technique to win classical Grammys and enough charisma to land on magazine covers, and he was devoting himself to a tradition whose rewards were more esthetic than financial. Keep reading »