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  1. The Modern Jazz Quartet (MJQ) was a noted jazz ensemble whose original members—John Lewis (piano and director), Milt “Bags” Jackson (vibraphone), Ray Brown (bass) and Kenny “Klook” Clarke (drums)—first performed together in Dizzy Gillespie’s big band in 1. Lewis (), Jackson (), Brown (
  2. Roland, who had also played with George Shearing's popular earlys quintet, had already done his own jazz-with-a-string quartet date in , leading a group that he called The Symphonette.
  3. The Modern Jazz Quartet had its beginning in when Milt Jackson, who played the vibraphone and vibraharp, John Lewis, a piano player who sometimes played the harpsichord, Ray Brown, a bass player, and drummer Kenny Clarke first got together as the rhythm section of the Dizzy Gillespie Orchestra. Milt "Bags" Jackson was born Milton Jackson.
  4. The Modern Jazz Quartet was a major jazz institution, a band that, counting a seven-year “vacation,” lasted 43 years. During a time when jazz musicians were stereotyped as unreliable, rarely sober and erratic, the MJQ played at concert halls while wearing tuxedos. They are not known to have ever been late, missed a gig, or disappointed an audience.
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  6. By 30, he made his first recordings with Coleman Hawkins' quartet, and later recorded with John Coltrane. Influence on Jazz: Along with pianist Bud Powell, Thelonious Monk is regarded as a father of bebop. Monk is known as one of the most unique improv pianists of all time. Influence on Jazz: Ahmad Jamal’s sound was clean and trimmed, yet.
  7. Jun 28,  · Modern jazz quartet and jazz quartet. 2 hours of the best smooth jazz quartet music. Featured in this playlist collection are: Track 1: Daisy dream (starts at ) Track 2: .
  8. Quartet/Quintet/Sextet is an album by jazz saxophonist Lou Donaldson featuring his earliest recordings as a leader on the Blue Note label performed by Donaldson's Quartet with Horace Silver, Gene Ramey and Art Taylor, his Quintet with Silver, Blue Mitchell, Art Blakey, and Percy Heath, and a Sextet with Heath, Blakey, Kenny Dorham, Matthew Gee, and Elmo Hope.

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