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Jazzhus Montmartre · Coleman Hawkins

DKK575,00DKK975,00

Sizes: · 100 x 70 cm · 150 x 100 cm · 59,4 x 42 cm .
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POD · Print on demand
59,4 x 42 cm: Print on Fine Art Hahnemühle Bamboo 290 gsm, natural warm tone – using archival inks. Trimmed, 2 cm border for framing. Signed and sealed by the author. Limited print: 1-30.
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Priser DKK: 100 x 70 cm: 575 kr. + forsendelse
150 x 100 cm: 975 kr. + forsendelse
59,4 x 42 cm: 975 kr. + forsendelse ·

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For sale outside DK: Inquiry via Contact
Prices in Euro: 100 x 70 cm: 77 Euro + shipping
150 x 100 cm: 131 Euro + shipping
59,4 x 42 cm: 131 Euro + shipping

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Jazzhus Montmartre is the historic jazz hotspot of Copenhagen, presenting world class live jazz at the original intimate venue where the famous club started back in 1959.
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Coleman Randolph Hawkins (1904 – 1969), nicknamed “Hawk” and sometimes “Bean”, was an American jazz tenor saxophonist. One of the first prominent jazz musicians on his instrument, as Joachim E. Berendt explained: “there were some tenor players before him, but the instrument was not an acknowledged jazz horn”. Hawkins biographer John Chilton described the prevalent styles of tenor saxophone solos prior to Hawkins as “mooing” and “rubbery belches.” Hawkins cited as influences Happy Caldwell, Stump Evans, and Prince Robinson, although he was the first to tailor his method of improvisation to the saxophone rather than imitate the techniques of the clarinet. Hawkins’ virtuosic, arpeggiated approach to improvisation, with his characteristic rich, emotional, loud, and vibrato-laden tonal style, was the main influence on a generation of tenor players that included Chu Berry, Charlie Barnet, Tex Beneke, Ben Webster, Vido Musso, Herschel Evans, Buddy Tate, and Don Byas, and through them the later tenormen, Arnett Cobb, Illinois Jacquet, Flip Phillips, Ike Quebec, Al Sears, Paul Gonsalves, and Lucky Thompson. While Hawkins became well known with swing musicduring the big band era, he had a role in the development of bebop in the 1940s.

Fellow saxophonist Lester Young, known as “Pres”, commented in a 1959 interview with The Jazz Review: “As far as I’m concerned, I think Coleman Hawkins was the President first, right? As far as myself, I think I’m the second one.” Miles Davis once said: “When I heard Hawk, I learned to play ballads.” (from Wikipedia)

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The poster is available in offset, size 100 x 70 cm and in POD – size 150 x 100 cm.
Moreover in 59,4 x 42 cm printed on Fine Art Hahnemühle Bamboo 290 gsm, natural warm tone – using archival inks. Trimmed, 2 cm border for framing. Signed and sealed by the author. Limited print: 1-30.

Sizes

100 x 70 cm, 150 x 100 cm, 59,4 x 42 cm