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- n. Plural form of vibraphonist.
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No pork and shellfish is on the menu and for the moment, sadly no vibraphonists or old-school comedians are either.
News and notes from around the web, including vibraphonists a-plenty and Detroit's Wendell Harrison.
Justin DiCioccio, assistant dean and chairman of the jazz department at the Manhattan School of Music, told me this week that only three vibraphonists have auditioned for application in the last 12 years.
If casual jazz listeners think about young vibraphonists, they're probably noticing that they're not pianists, or that they're not the vibraphonists they know, who are likely to be Lionel Hampton, Milt Jackson and Bobby Hutcherson.
Both are in their early 30s, and both started off as drummers, as many vibraphonists do.
Since emerging in the 1960s, Gary Burton has quickly become one of the primary litmus tests for four-mallet vibraphonists in jazz.
Peter Appleyard Arts & Entertainment – Mr. Appleyard is one of the world’s best vibraphonists, percussionists and composers.