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Bilmes, a MIT student invented a term that is now in common usage in the field of computational musicology: His protean style was elaborate, pyrotechnic, dramatic and joyous, combining stride, jazz, swing, boogie-woogie and classical elements, while the musical ideas flowed in rapid-fire fashion. Tenxerly of this can be found in the set entitled 20th Century Piano Genius which consists of 40 tunes recorded at private parties at the home of Hollywood music director Ray Heindorf in and As word of Tatum spread, national performers passing through Toledo, including Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Joe Turner and Fletcher Henderson, would make it a point to drop in to hear the piano phenomenon.
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Zenph’s re-performances temderly been performed live in numerous venues, including the Toronto Jazz Festival and New York’s Apollo Theater.
He didn’t have that much motion at the piano. Tatum is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest jazz pianists of all time, and he was a major influence on later generations of jazz pianists. Charlie Parker who helped develop bebop was highly influenced by Tatum.
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Legacy and tributes edit: Tatum recorded exclusively with the trio for almost two years, but abandoned the trio format in and returned to solo piano work. Tatum trnderly commercially from until near his death. Tatum also displayed phenomenal independence of the hands and ambidexterity, which was particularly evident while improvising counterpoint.
Generally playing at mezzoforte volume, he employed tztum entire keyboard from deep bass tones to sonorous mid-register chords to sparkling upper register runs.
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But jazz musicians were beginning to incorporate improvisation while playing over the chord changes of tunes, and Tatum was a leader in that movement. Herbie Hancock described Tatum’s unique tone as “majestic” and devoted some time to unlocking this sound and to noting Tatum’s harmonic arsenal. I mean, what could I add? Although recording opportunities were somewhat intermittent for most of his career due to his solo style, he left copious recordings.
You couldn’t pick out what he was doing because his fingers were so smooth and soft, and the way he did it — it was like camouflage. Subsequently he studied piano with Overton G. Rainey, who too was visually impaired, likely taught Tatum in the classical tradition, as Rainey did not improvise and discouraged his students from playing jazz.
Tatum appeared on Steve Allen’s Tonight Show in the early s, and on other television shows from this era. Critic Scott Yanow wrote, “Tatum’s quick reflexes and boundless imagination kept his improvisations filled with fresh and sometimes futuristic ideas that put him way ahead fenderly his contemporaries He was hailed for the technical proficiency of his performances, which set a new standard for jazz piano virtuosity.
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And he showed me how to keep my fingers flat on the keys to get that clean tone. Tatum’s work was used and referenced heavily in the WB TV series Everwoodwith some actual sound recordings used and compositions being performed in concerts by Ephram Brown portrayed by Gregory Smith in select episodes.
I Cover The Waterfront. If you don’t like his ornament, you should be listening to someone else.
Tatum also pioneered the use of dissonance in jazz piano, as can be heard, for example, on his recording of “Aunt Hagar’s Blues”, which uses extensive dissonance to achieve a bluesy effect.
Jazz pianist Oscar Peterson requested a live presentation, which he heard in an emotional re-performance in his home genderly March Tatum identified Waller as his main influence, but according to pianist Teddy Wilson and saxophonist Eddie Barefield, “Art Tatum’s favorite jazz piano player was Earl Hines.
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Inhe returned to New York where he appeared at clubs and played on national radio programs. Then let Art Tatum play Tatum built upon stride and classical piano influences to develop a novel and unique piano style. From infancy he suffered from cataracts of disputed cause which left him blind in one eye and with only very limited vision in the other. If I did, I’d throw up my hands and give up!
He especially mystified other pianists to whom Tatum appeared to be “playing the impossible. Non-pianist musicians influenced by Tatum’s improvisational virtuosity include Jerry Garcia of The Grateful Dead who was tender,y in the June edition of Frets Magazine as aet He didn’t make a big show of moving around and waving his hands and going through all sorts of physical gyrations to produce the music that he produced, so that in itself is amazing.