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  1. Earl Kenneth Hines, universally known as Earl "Fatha" Hines, (28 December – 22 April ) was a jazz musician, often referred to as "the first modern jazz pianist". In (on his 25th birthday) Hines began leading his own big band. For over 10 years his was "The Band" in Al Capone's Grand Terrace Cafe — Hines was Capone's "Mr Piano.
  2. Art Tatum, an African American pianist, and one of the greatest jazz pianists of all time, was born on this date in , in Toledo, OH. Tatum was blind in one eye and visually impaired in the other. A child prodigy with perfect pitch, Tatum learned to play by ear, picking out church hymns by the age of three, learning tunes from the radio, and copying piano-roll recordings his mother owned.
  3. Jan 01,  · The runs that Hines played were really akin to the breaks a soloist in the 20's would play between two band riffs. He developed and expanded on that idea. I hear Hines in Teddy Wilson and Nat King Cole, not Tatum. Tatum's piano is based on Harlem stride all the way. With Tatum Reviews:
  4. Early life. Tatum's mother, Mildred Hoskins, was born in Martinsville, Virginia, around , and was a domestic worker. His father, Arthur Tatum Sr., was born in Statesville, North Carolina, and had steady employment as a mechanic. In , they made their way from North Carolina to begin a new life in Toledo, Ohio. The couple had four children; Art was the oldest to survive, and was born in.
  5. Art Tatum is known to the world of jazz piano as the supreme master of the keyboard, the pianist whose virtuosity baffled classical and jazz musicians alike. Nearly blind and mostly self-taught, Tatum played with the speed of light, adding complex chordal combinations to a swing that was exceptionally powerful, even without the support of a.
  6. Teddy Wilson was born in Austin, TX in He went on to become one of the most famous and influential jazz pianists in the Swing Era. Wilson said his style evolved from listening to three great piano players—Fats Waller, Earl Hines and Art Tatum. was a landmark year in Wilson’s career.
  7. Blues In Thirds ‎ (CD, Album, RE, RM) Black Lion Records, Da Music: CD Germany: Sell This Version: 28 U: Earl Hines: Tea For Two ‎ (LP) Intercord: 28 U: Switzerland: Sell This Version: BKC Earl Hines: Tea For Two.
  8. Earl Hines: Tea For Two ‎ (LP, Album, RP) Black Lion Records: France: Unknown: Sell This Version: CD Earl Hines: Blues In Thirds ‎ (CD, Album, RE, RM) Black Lion Records, Da Music: CD Germany: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release3/5(1).
  9. Apr 25,  · Art Tatum: Memories Of You Updated April 25, – By Jack Sohmer Whenever the subject of the roots of modern jazz piano is raised, disputation among informed theorists ceases upon the mention of Earl Hines, whose playing in set the ball in motion.

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