- n. One who plays the flugelhorn.
“Mancio will be winding up the last night on 14 October with fellow UK vocalist Ian Shaw and Belgian singer-songwriter David Linx, and flugelhornist Kenny Wheeler's appearance with Italian singer Diana Torto is also a major highlight.”
“Harry Beckett, the Barbados-born trumpeter, flugelhornist and composer, who lived in London from 1954 and who has died after a stroke aged 75, made blindfold tests easy.”
“For this Telarc CD, Hall teams up with five major players on two numbers apiece: Guitarists Bill Frisell and Mike Stern, Joe Lovano on tenor, flugelhornist Tom Harrell, and Gil Goldstein on accordion.”
“I didn't listen to music," says the flugelhornist.”
“Trumpeter, flugelhornist, composer and bandleader Claudio”
“In the latest batch of beautifully filmed "Jazz Icons" DVDs, Art Farmer (England, 1964) plays with serene subtlety on ballads like "Darn That Dream," but on "Bilbao Song" and others, the great flugelhornist is on fire.”
“Unlike anything else in his catalog, Aura is a ten-part suite composed by Danish flugelhornist Palle Mikkelbourg as a tribute.”
“Guest musicians include guitarist Rodney Jones, violinist Mads Tolling, saxophonist Teodross Avery, flugelhornist Marvin Stamm, trombonist Wycliffe Gordon and percussionist Emedin Rivera.”
“She will joined on the CD by pianist Ted Rosenthal, bassist Jay Leonhart, drummer Victor Lewis, guitarist Rodney Jones, violinist Mads Tolling, saxophonist Teodross Avery, flugelhornist Marvin Stamm, trombonist Wycliffe Gordon, and percussionist Emedin Rivera.”
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