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Francy Boland

Belgian pianist and composer Francy Boland teamed with American drummer Kenny Clarke to lead the Clarke-Boland Big Band, widely cited because the finest all-star ensemble of its kind ever assembled beyond your U.S. Delivered November 6, 1929, in Namur, Belgium, François Boland started playing piano at age group eight, later …

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Bobby Jaspar

An excellent bop-oriented soloist similarly skilled in his cool-toned tenor and flute, Bobby Jaspar’s early death from a center ailment was a tragic reduction. As an adolescent, he performed tenor within a Dixieland group with Toots Thielemans in Belgium. He documented with Henri Renaud (1951 and 1953) and used touring …

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Christian Kellens

Sprouting not definately not Brussels, Christian Kellens spouted low-end brass noises through the entire European music scene such as a fountain, although his bodily appearance is normally more such as a guy fighting cases to get a trombone, bass trombone, and euphonium. A huge enthusiast of American jazz experts such …

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René Thomas

Among the finest Western european jazz guitarists to emerge through the 1950s, René Thomas appeared on many classes with Americans through the following few decades. Affected as you might anticipate by Django Reinhardt, Thomas was mainly self-taught and by the 1950s he was a significantly in-demand cool-toned guitarist, playing in …

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