tenorist


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Synonyms for tenorist

a musician who plays the tenor saxophone

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Only one other tenorist could hold his own next to Gordon, and that was Wardell Gray.
Trumpeter Guy Barker and alto saxophonist Peter King were the outstanding soloists, but tenorist Mornington Lockett won overall, his astounding efforts succeeding on both technical and emotional levels.
Alan Nicholls turns up as a Texas-styled tenorist and pianist Mike Sanchez and Aisha Kahn will supply the vocals in this session.
Born Julian Clifford Mance, Junior was raised in Chicago, still a teenager when he joined the band of tenorist Gene Ammons.
On I Thought About You the tenorist also demonstrated that he is a master of the art of relaxed swing.
Happily, the session has been re-arranged for this Wednesday and the line-up remains the same except for tenorist Alan Nicholls, who has an engagement in Paris.
Happening at roughly the same time, back at the Leofric Hotel, tenorist Spike Robinson's quartet mixes Sunday lunch with some golden old honey-coated pre-bop.
Ruddick's band has some fine soloists, notably tenorist Andy Shillingford and Ruddick Senior on trumpet.
And tenorist Mike Mulray unspooled slippery, adventurous lines that bode well for his future.
The London-based alto saxophonist Mike Williams shared his sextet's front line with tenorist Julian Siegel and trombonist Jeremy Price, the rhythm team including bassist Orlando LeFleming.
Where Tailgater's Tales was pretty tightly plotted, Structure IV-vibraphonist Karl Berger, pianist Geri Allen, bassist Anthony Cox, altoist Carlos Ward, tenorist Dewey Redman and drummer Lewis Nash-was a blowing session that unfortunately went slack.