The versatility of the long-distance trumpeter
From the February, 2017 issue
Historians may quibble, but to me the history of the jazz trumpet began in 1924, when the young Louis Armstrong joined the famed Fletcher Henderson orchestra and switched from cornet to its bigger cousin. Armed with a sound that could carry better above larger musical groups in big halls, Armstrong further developed his technically brilliant and emotionally
You might also like:
|Post Offices and Secretary of State|
|Independent Living in Chelsea|
A clickable, zoomable map
|Neighborhoods - Mitchell|
First Pres Delivers
From U-M sports concessions to a Detroit food pantry
Ann Arbor's No Longer "R" Us
Dave Brandon's new company shrinks in bankruptcy.
Fake Ad: February 2018
|Nightspots: Habitat Lounge|
Rabbits live on the edge.