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sábado, 28 de noviembre de 2009

Los Hot 5 actúan el próximo sabado en el bar Jazzazza en Algezares, Murcia

El concierto para acompañar la fiesta del quinto anivrsario del bar jazzazza se celebrara finalmente el próximo sábado, 5 de diciembre...
esperamos a nuestros amigos y naturalmente a todos los amantes del Dixieland Jazz
mas info tambien en el fantastico blog del Jazzazza

como llegar...

martes, 21 de octubre de 2008

domingo, 19 de octubre de 2008

miércoles, 24 de septiembre de 2008

lunes, 19 de mayo de 2008

hot5murcia improvisando en santo domingo

video

ni en la fama, ni en el jardin de centrofama....


! en santo Domingo, por lluvia....!

viernes, 9 de mayo de 2008

CONCIERTO SABADO,10 DE MAYO

TOCAMOS, SABADO, 10 DE MAYO EN EL JARDIN DE LA FAMA, 13.30 horas
"no tocamos en la plaza de las flores como anteriormente publicado"
os esperamos

miércoles, 16 de abril de 2008

viernes, 4 de abril de 2008

BLOG DE ZARANGOJAZZ

Nuevo blog de Zarangojazz!!!
http://zarangojazz.blogspot.com/
alli encontraras videos, autenticas joyas para todos los amantes del Jazz!!
me gusta mucho!

miércoles, 19 de marzo de 2008

FESTIVAL DE JAZZ DE MURCIA 2008

Los Hot5 Murcia tocaran en el proximo festival de jazz de Murcia, sabado, día 10 de mayo por la mañana en la
p l a z a d e l a s f l o r e s .
!os esperamos para el aperitivo!

sábado, 1 de marzo de 2008

video

viernes, 29 de febrero de 2008

video

jueves, 28 de febrero de 2008

video

domingo, 17 de febrero de 2008

7 de febrero en la muralla

domingo, 27 de enero de 2008

jueves, 7 d e f e b r e r o concierto de los HOT5MURCIA en el cocktailbar " l a m u r a l l a "/Rincon de Pepe
no olvideis los tirantes...

miércoles, 16 de enero de 2008

malzeit im asterix


jueves, 3 de enero de 2008

miércoles, 12 de diciembre de 2007

mas de 2000 Partituras a precio de Fotocopia!!!

Mas de 2000 partituras para pequeños grupos de Dixieland.
Mira esta pagina de Estados Unidos:
www.dixielandjazzfestival.org,
click EDUCATION, click SMALL BAND MUSIC, to find out more about who we are and the music available.

jueves, 6 de diciembre de 2007


1910 Words by William Jerome(Info) Music by Jean Schwartz (Info)
CHI-NA-TOWN, MY CHI-NA-TOWN WHERE THE LIGHTS ARE LOW, HEARTS THAT KNOW NO OTH-ER LAND, DRIFT-ING TO AND FRO. DREAM-Y DREAM-Y CHI-NA-TOWN, AL-MOND EYES OF BROWN, HEARTS SEEMS LIGHT AND LIFE SEEMS BRIGHT, IN DREAM-Y CHI-NA-TOWN

Chinatown My Chinatownfrom the album Louis Armstrong - The Early Years
Louis ArmstrongPublisher:
Everest RecordsLooking back at Louis Armstrong's remarkable career, it is sometimes difficult to realize just how significant he was to both jazz and popular music. "Satchmo" was the most important musician and singer in jazz history.

what is dixieland?

Defining Dixieland Jazz
It's rather sad to relate, but even many Americans (the land where Jazz was born) no longer understand the meaning of the expression "Dixieland Jazz". If we define 'Jazz' as the free improvisation on a melody, then "Dixieland Jazz" is that type of improvisation which we today associate with bands originally playing in America's 'Southland'. (Most folks now think of 'Southland' as New Orleans, LA, but in fact the music was being played over very large areas of the U.S.A. including, Memphis, St. Louis, Texas, Detroit etc., not to mention the lively 'Barrelhouse' music of San Francisco's Barbary Coast.) SIDENOTE: Readers interested in the use of the word "Jazz" in music, may wish to read our entry on the Art Hickman Orch., showing the word used in the old "Barbary Coast" area of San Fancisco, CA. Readers may also wish to peruse our page on Jazz Etymology, showing the word used in old New Orleans, LA.
Before -say the 1880s - composers would write a melody, which in time would be orchestrated for a small orchestra. Bands would always play the tune the same way - precisely as it was orchestrated. Eventually, small groups of musicians took it upon themselves to improvise on the melody - to "Jazz" it up. Early bands were usually very small groups, a "Frontline" of cornet, trombone and clarinet/Saxophone, and a "backline" (rhythm section) of Brass Bass (tuba), Banjo (an American invention), Drums and Piano.
In the South, these bands would play 'ensemble style' - no solos - with different instruments of the frontline varying, 'Jazzing', the melody -while the musicians all played together (no solos). This 'Ensemble Playing', with each instrument 'jazzing up' it's own part, is what came to be called "Dixieland Jazz".
When the music moved to St. Louis, MO, Detroit, MI, and to Chicago, IL, - it changed somewhat, but most notably in two ways. Firstly, due very greatly to the influence of one musician, Bix Beiderbecke, instrumental Soloing became a fixture of Dixieland Jazz. Musicians, such as Louis Armstrong and others, would take Bix's idea and expand on it by making Solos a fixed feature, along with routining the way bands would play, and some other improvements. Secondly, Dixieland changed into a 'harder driving' form. In America's South, the music seemingly 'unfurled' in front of you. A relatively gentle style of playing, - associated with the gentler days of the old South. In the North, - in Chicago - the music reflected life in Chicago, - a hard driving, hustling and bustling city of stock yards, businesses, saloons, gangsters, bootleg 'hooch', and JAZZ. Due to Bix Beiderbecke's influence, soloists were given "space" in each tune, and the music was more forcefully presented to the audience.

miércoles, 5 de diciembre de 2007

La Web de Orengo

Habeis visto:
www.orengo.net
escuchad las sampler!
que bueno es!

lunes, 3 de diciembre de 2007

Dixie-Tigers

Hola amigos,
mirad aqui la pagina de Thomas:
http://www.dixie-tigers.de/

sábado, 1 de diciembre de 2007

Los Hot5 en el Festival internacional de Jazz de Murcia 2007

Los Hot5 en el Festival internacional de Jazz de Murcia 2007
tel:696231530